Mental Health

Texas Health and Human Services 

 

Emergency Mental Health Support

Crisis and Suicide Prevention Information

If you or someone you know is feeling overwhelmed by the covid-19 pandemic, help is available 24/7. Speak with a mental health professional (resources below) for help dealing with anxiety, depression, stress, grief and/or worry.

 

Counseling and Mental Health Wellness Resources

Teletherapy Services through Life Clinic (Vida Clinic)

  • A school-based mental health partner that is offering teletherapy services to the Austin ISD community beginning Wednesday, Mar. 18th
  • These services will allow adults and students to access quality mental health services right from their own homes
  • To learn more or schedule services, contact our Vida Clinic Care Team at 512-518-2209 or by email at vidacare@vidaclinic.org.

For Emergency Help with Temporary Housing to Escape Domestic Violence

If you or someone you know is in an abusive household, the City of Austin is providing assistance with temporary apartments for families in need.

Where to get help:

 

List of Further Wellness Sources 

Catholic Charities Counseling Services

512-651-6150

 The Good Samaritan

512-439-0700

 Capital Area Mental Health Center

512-302-1000

 YWCA Austin

512-326-1222

 Austin Child Guidance Center

512-451-2242

 Lifeworks

512-735-2100

 SAFE Austin Counseling

512-267-7233

Waterloo Counseling Center

512-444-9922, ext 204

 Samaritan Center

512 451-7337

 Center for Survivors of Torture

512-358-4612

 Gramercy Specialty Clinic

512-766-3627

 Texas Child Study Center at Dell Children's Medical Center

512-324-3315

 Hospice Austin

512 342-4700

 The Christi Center

512-467-2600

 Capital Area Counseling

512 302-1000

 Plumeria Counseling Center

512 344-9181

 Austin Counseling Connection

512-329-9455

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