Texas Crisis Resources

Texas Crisis Resources

Alma is not an emergency service. If you or someone you know is in crisis or needs immediate help, please use the list of resources below. Caring professionals are available to provide you with support and understanding.


24-Hour Hotlines

Organization Name

Service Type

Contact Information

Services offered: Free, 24/7 help for those who are in crisis or experiencing distress. 

Who they serve: Anyone.

For more national resources, see National Crisis Resources.

Call or text 988 to reach a live representative

2-1-1 Texas 

For anyone experiencing a mental health crisis or wanting to connect with mental health services.

Service Type: Crisis assessment, crisis intervention services, and access to additional mental health services.

Call: 211 or 877-541-7905

Crisis Text Line

For anyone experiencing a mental health crisis or thoughts of suicide.

Service Type: 24-hour text hotline

Text: TX to 741-741 

Visit: crisistextline.org

Hay’s/Caldwell Women’s Center 

For anyone who is a victim of family violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and child abuse who lives, works, or attends school in Hays and Caldwell Counties. 

Service Type: 24-hour hotline and counseling center. Services are available in Spanish and English.

Call: 1-800-700-4292 

Visit: https://www.hcwc.org/

Hope Alliance – Round Rock / Williamson County

For anyone seeking help for sexual assault and domestic violence.

Service: 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, housing

Call: 1-800-460-7233

Visit: https://www.hopealliancetx.org/

North Texas Crisis Line

For anyone experiencing a mental health crisis or thoughts of suicide.

Service: 24-hour hotline

Call: 214-828-1000

Text: text CONNECT to 741-741

Safe Place – Austin/Travis County

For anyone who is experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault, sex trafficking, or child abuse 

Service: Confidential 24-hour hotline

Call: 512-267-SAFE (7233)

Text: 737-888-7233


Other Resources

Organization Name

Service Type

Contact Information

Texas Health and Human Services (Online Only)

For anyone seeking mental health or substance use services, including families and people of all ages.

Service Type: Mental health services

Visit: https://www.hhs.texas.gov/services/mental-health-substance-use 

The Steve Fund

For young people of color seeking mental health support.

Service: Access to services with a trained crisis counselor.

Text: STEVE to 741-741


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