Local Resources

Local Resources

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Mental Health Resources San Marcos, Texas

Emergencies

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline         1-800-273-8255

Crisis Text Line Text HOME to 741741 to connect to a crisis counselor from anywhere in the USA https://www.crisistextline.org/

Trevor Project: Saving LBGTQ Lives 1-866-488-7386 https://www.thetrevorproject.org/

Digital Resources for Mental Health at All Ages https://techbootcamps.utexas.edu/blog/digital-resources-for-mental-health-at-all-ages/

Veterans Crisis Line  800-276-8255 and press 1

Memory Care in Texas https://www.memorycare.com/memory-care-in-texas/

Poison Control  1-800-222-1222

Mental Health Emergency Services (800) 841-1255

Texas State University Crisis Line for students  512-245-2208 between 8 am and 5 pm

Texas State University Crisis Line after hours  1-877-466-0660

RAINN (Rape Abuse and Incest National Network)  800-656-HOPE (4673)

Battering Intervention and Prevention Program   1-800-525-1978

National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-SAFE

Lifeworks Youth Crisis Hotline 512-414-8336

SAFE Austin   24/7 SAFEline  512-267-SAFE (7233)  SAFE Cares,   Counseling 

San Marcos Community

Aunt Bertha   https://www.findhelp.org/search_results/78666

THHS 211  https://www.211texas.org/search/

Community Action, Inc. of Central Texas
215 So. Reimer Avenue  Suite 130
P.O. Box 748
San Marcos, TX 78667-0748
(512) 392-1161

Southside Community Center518 S Guadalupe St. San Marcos, TX   78666 512-392-6694 

Communicare San Marcos     512-392-1718   1340 Wonder World Drive Suite 200, San Marcos, TX 78666

Communicare Kyle   512-268-8900  2810 Dacy Lane  Kyle, TX  78640

Communicare Wimberley   512-268-8900 South River Center (next to Wimberley City Hall)

Scheib Center    512-392-7151 1200 N. Bishop Street  San Marcos, TX 78666

Hays Caldwell Women’s Center   serves victims of family violence, sexual assault and child abuse in Caldwell County and Hays County in central Texas      512-396-HELP (4357)   24 hour       800-700-4292  Toll free     800-700-24-hour  Helpline      Youth 512 396-3404 ext 245

Hill Country Community MHDD Center   512-558-2000     1901 Dutton Dr. San Marcos, TX 78666

Local Hospital Number – Seton Medical Center Hays   512-504-5125

Police, Sheriff, Fire Medical Emergency 911

WellBridge Hospital of San Marcos /Oceans Behavioral Hospital for ages 55 and older   512-353-0194

Oceans Behavioral Outpatient for ages 18 and older

Austin State Hospital (ASH)  512-452-0381

Seton Shoal Creek  512-324-2000

NAMI Austin  512-420-9810

NAMI Texas  512-693-2000

Mental Health  America of Texas (MHAT)  512-454-3706

Texas Department of State Health Services  (DSHS) – 211

Care Counseling Services Cenikor Foundation   512-396-7695

Lifeworks/ACTS Program 512-735-2425 or 1-800-414-5457

Austin Area Mental Health Consumers Inc.   512-442-3366

Addiction

Alcoholics Anonymous  http://www.aa.org/

Hill Country InterGroup  https://austinaa.org/

Al-Anon       http://texas-al-anon.org/

Al-Anon Meetings  http://austinalanon.org/meetings.htm

Mesothelioma http://www.mesotheliomahub.com/mesothelioma/complications/mental-effects/

San Marcos Treatment Center    512-396-8500 ext 3245    Intake  512-396-8500 ext 3202  or 800-848-9090

ww.drugrehab.com/addiction/alcohol/

www.drugrehab.com/recovery/relapse/

TRS The Right Step Wimberley  512-847-6179

River City Rehabilitation  New Braunfels   830 – 620- 0282

Pegasus Schools  Lockhart   512-376-2101  ext 113       Intake  512-376-2101

Cindi Leveridge at Wake Up to Joy Counseling

 

 

 

 

 

 

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