In case of medical or mental health life threatening emergency, call 911.
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
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|
Mental Health Crisis Hotlines - Please indicate if you a Texas State Student when calling the hotlines below
Hays County 1-877-466-0660
Crisis Text Line Text START to 741-741
Travis County - Austin Travis County Integral Care 1-844-398-8252 or 512-472-4357
Williamson County 1-800-841-1255
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK (8255) For Veteran's Crisis Line - Press 1
Red Nacional de Prevención del Suicidio
Cuando usted llama al número 1-888-628-9454, su llamada se dirige al centro de ayuda de nuestra red disponible más cercano.
Hays/Caldwell Women's Center / Rape Crisis Hotline 1-800-700-4292 Safe Place - Austin / Travis County 512-267-7233 Hope Alliance - Round Rock / Williamson County 1-800-460-7233
http://www.thetrevorproject.org/ Crisis and Suicide Prevention Helpline for LGBTQ Youth 1-866-4-U-TREVOR (1-866-488-7386)
http://www.translifeline.org/ This line is primarily for transgender people experiencing a crisis 1-877-565-8860
http://www.ulifeline.org/ An anonymous confidential online resource center for college students to get information regarding emotional health. 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)
- Military Crisis Line for Veterans, Active Duty Military, and Family and Friends.
HELPING A STUDENT IN DISTRESS
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