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Crisis Information

Crisis Information

In case of medical or mental health life threatening emergency, call 911.


Suicide Prevention

Suicide Prevention

24 Hour Crisis Hotline: 1-877-466-0660 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

GETTING HELP

During Business Hours (8-5,  M - F)

Call the counseling center 512-245-2208.

After Business Hours

San Marcos campus  - Avail Crisis Hotline   1-877-466-0660

Round Rock campus - Bluebonnet Trails Crisis Hotline  1-800-841-1255

Sexual Assault/Harassment

Find resources for hotlines, advocacy, reporting, counseling, Title IX.

Hays and Caldwell Counties - Call the Hays Caldwell Womens Center

Williamson County - Call Hope Alliance

24 HOUR CRISIS HOTLINES

 

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HELPING A STUDENT IN DISTRESS

 

At-Risk Training

At Risk is an online, self paced training for faculty, staff and students that will help you recognize signs of distress and ways to approach students to offer support and resources.

 

Login for Faculty/Staff Training  Use Net ID and Enrollment key: txstate

Login for Student Training   Use Net ID and Enrollment Key: txstate


  • Texas State is committed to the holistic well-being of its students. In an effort to encourage Texas State students to call Emergency 911 in case of a drug or alcohol related medical emergency, a student will be granted amnesty from formal university disciplinary procedures if:

    -The student requested medical assistance in response to the possible alcohol or drug overdose of another person;

    -The student was the “first” person to make a request for medical assistance;

    -The student remained on the scene until medical assistance arrived; and

    -The student cooperated with medical assistance and law enforcement personnel.

    The reporting student will be expected to provide an account of the episode/event to a university official regardless of the amnesty standard being applied