Other Resources

SOS-AUSTIN SURVIVORS OF SUICIDE

Helping those who have lost a loved one to suicide.

OTHER RESOURCES

 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in
distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.

1-800-273-8255

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Trevor Lifeline

866-488-7386

The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide
prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) young people ages
13-24. If you’re thinking about suicide, you deserve immediate help The Trevor Lifeline is available –
24/7/365. Call now.

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Austin Travis County Integral Care (ATCIC) Mobile Crisis Outreach

Team (MCOT) —512-472-HELP (4357)
• Composed of medical and mental health professionals, MCOT responds immediately on-site
where a psychiatric crisis is occurring. MCOT is available 24/7 and responds to calls from the
home, school, street or clinic.
• Note: This resource is NOT for an immediate emergency, but rather for a crisis that is not an
immediate threat; the team may take a couple of hours to get to you.

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Travis County Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) — 512-854-3430
The Travis County Sheriff’s Office (TSCO) Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) is a group who is specifically
trained to respond to persons in mental crisis. The Crisis intervention team has two primary purposes:
• Responding to emergency calls involving mental health consumers in a mental crisis
• Diverting consumers from the criminal justice system and connecting them with mental health
services.

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APD Austin Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) office — 512-854-3450

Youth Helpline/Lifeworks 24-hr hotline — 512.735.2400
If you are a youth in crisis or a parent of a youth under the age of 18 trying to access (STAR) services.
United Way Information on Health and Human Services — Call 211

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Youth Helpline/Lifeworks 24-hr hotline — 512.735.2400
If you are a youth in crisis or a parent of a youth under the age of 18 trying to access (STAR) services.
 
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United Way Information on Health and Human Services — Call 211
 

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NAMI is the largest grassroots organization dedicated to building better
lives for millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
Thousands of volunteer members and supporters in communities across the country are the face and voice
of the NAMI movement. Our families, individuals, and friends come together to give and
receive help and hope. NAMI is families and individuals who have experienced mental illness, who work
each day to raise awareness and provide essential—and free—education.
We offer no-cost classes and support group programs for people affected by mental illness and their loved
ones as well as education and training for schools, workplaces, faith communities and neighborhoods.
With more than nine education programs— including support groups, community meetings, and other
outreach—NAMI Austin is a vital resource for individuals and families when they need a place to turn –
Austin State Hospital
4110 Guadalupe St.
Bldg. 781, 4th Floor, Room 419
Austin, TX 78751
512-420-9810

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Bluebonnet Trail Community Services — 512-255-1720
24-hour Crisis Hotline — 1-800-841-1255
1009 N Georgetown Street
Round Rock, TX 78664

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AUSTIN CLUBHOUSE
Austin Clubhouse exists to provide acceptance and empowerment so adults
living with mental health diagnoses can pursue personal goals and play a meaningful
role as co-workers, 
colleagues, family members and friends
Hours:
Monday through Friday 9AM-5PM and
Thursday evenings 5PM-8PM.

Location
610 E 45th Street
Austin, TX 78751
(Inside Hyde Park Christian Church)
512.925.5877
info@austinclubhouse.org

Austin Clubhouse exists to provide acceptance and empowerment so adults living with mental
health diagnoses can pursue personal goals and play a meaningful role as co-workers,
colleagues, family members and friends.

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Find Meetings In Other Places

My Healing Place

1406 Camp Craft Rd.

Ste. 200

West Lake Hills, TX 78746

Phone: 512-347-7878

www.myhealingplace.org

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San Marcos, Texas  78666
Contact:
Joe Flores, LMSW
(512) 754-0322
joe.floresjr@ahss.org

Meeting Place:

CTMC Hospice Care Office, 1315 IH-35 North, San Marcos, Texas

Meeting Day(s)/Meeting Time:
1st meeting Wednesday Oct 1, 2008, 7:00pm-8:30pm; Initially will meet for

six weeks on Wednesdays and group will decide further meeting date/times
Facilitated by: Staff/Peer
Charge: No
Newsletter: No
Counties Served: All are welcome

CTMC San Marcos Survivors of Suicide
1315 IH-35 North

 

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Recovery International.
Our groups help people deal with anxiety, depression, anger, fears and other emotional problems.
You can learn more about us at our website:

www.recovery-inc.org

The meetings are ongoing.  Currently we have two different groups in Austin:

The north Recovery group meets every Monday from 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm at: 

Unity Church of the Hills
(check white board in church foyer for room number)
9905 Anderson Mill Rd.
Austin, Texas

Directions:

Take Highway 183 to Anderson Mill Road

Go west on Anderson Mill Road about 4/10ths of a mile. The Unity Church is on your left.

The south Recovery group meets every Thursday, from 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm at: 

St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church
Parish Office Building, Room 210
4800 Convict Hill Road
Austin, TX

Directions:

Take Mopac to William Cannon.

Go west on William Cannon for 3/10ths mile, then turn left (at the light) on Brush Country Road.

Go 1/2 mile south on Brush Country Road, then turn right (4-way stop) on Convict Hill Road.

Go 2/10ths mile west on Convict Hill Road. St. Catherine of Sienna Church will be on your right.

If you have additional questions, let me know.

NEED TO TALK TO SOMEONE?

Call Linda at 512-560-6115

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