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Mental health - Finding Help in Austin

American Psychologist Association. Finding a Psychologist.

Enter a zip code or a city or state.

Austin Travis County Integral Care (ATCIC). Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities Services

Services can include psychiatric evaluations, 24-hour crisis interventions, medication treatment, inpatient treatment employment and vocational seravices, family support and respite care, housing, information and referral, supported living and residential services.

ATCIC. 24/7 Crisis Hotline

(512) 472-4357

Provides access to licensed counselors.  Callers receive immediate assessments, crisis intervention services if needed and referral to additional community resources.

ATCIC. Support/Educational Groups

 

211 Texas Community Resource Database

In this database you can search service agencies by word, agency name, or category. 211 provides information about housing, clothing, health care, child care, education, employment, counseling, government resources, volunteer opportunities, and disaster information.

Dial 211 on any Austin phone

Trained, knowledgeable staff members answer the phones, listen, assess what health or human service(s) the caller needs, then provide information and referrals regarding the most appropriate place(s) in the community to get help. All information is free and confidential.

Find a Therapist

Search by Texas county or city.

NAMI TEXAS. National Alliance on Mental Illness. Texas Support Groups

Click on Discussion Groups or Education and Support in the orange area on the left.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

800-273-TALK(8255)

Texas Department of State Health Services

Search for your local Mental Health Authority. Search by county, city or zip code.

University of Texas Behavior Concerns Advice Line

The purpose of this service is to provide UT faculty, students and staff an opportunity to discuss their concerns about another individual's behavior.  Trained staff members will assist the caller in exploring available options and strategies. 512-232-5050