What is a Safe Zone? 

Safe Zone Workshops are wonderfully unique opportunities for people to talklearn, and ask questions about sexuality and gender in a non-judgmental, safe, educational environment.

Safe Zone Spaces are to allow for talking, but not to replace a licensed counselor or therapist.

Request a Safe Zone training.

Safe Zone Resources 

Local Resources
Counseling Center at MSU Texas

  • (940) 397-4618; Location: Corner of Hampstead and Louis J. Rodriguez Drive
Psychology Clinic at MSU Texas
  • (940) 397-4791; psychology.clinic@msutexas.edu; Location: O’Donohoe
Opal Center
  • The Opal Center currently offers much-needed support groups and mental health support services to the LGBTQ community in Texoma.
  • (940) 386-9111, theopalcenterwf@gmail.com; Location: 909 8th St Suite 402, Wichita Falls, TX 76301


  • MSU is now offering free virtual counseling for students who are looking for
    evening appointments. To register and sign-up using your my.msutexas.edu email address
Micah Boyer, MD: Requires consultation & psychiatric evaluation before medical treatment.
  • (940) 716-5058; Location: 3901 Armory Road Wichita Falls, TX 76302
Dr. Adam Butera: Requires consultation & psychiatric evaluation before medical treatment.
  • (940) 766-4482; Location: 1714 10th St, Wichita Falls, TX 76301
Wichita County Health
  • (940) 761-7800; Location: 1700 3rd St, Wichita Falls, TX 76301

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