We have compiled a comprehensive list of mental health resources available across the state of Texas. These resources cater to specific groups, such as BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and young people, and provide ways to locate treatment centers and mental health information.
This site offers a range of resources from general mental health needs to specific needs for children, youth, and families, crisis services, substance use referrals, veterans, and more.
Texas Health and Human Services contracts with 37 local mental health authorities and two local behavioral health authorities to deliver mental health services in communities across Texas. This resource allows you to put in your zip code to locate services in your area.
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 in the United States.
This site offers a range of resources, including general mental health needs and specific needs for different populations. It also provides crisis services, substance use referrals, and information on finding mental health treatment facilities in Texas.
This resource guides readers through the process of getting mental healthcare and explains insurance coverage for mental health services.
This site provides a compilation of mental health resources for addiction, anxiety, therapy, and specific populations, including BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and young people.
This comprehensive document includes mental health resources specifically for Native and Indigenous people, including crisis support, general and specific mental health needs, therapist locators, and mental health facts and information.
This resource booklet provides various resources for suicide prevention, including crisis support, finding a therapist, apps and interactive tools for keeping yourself safe, and resources for clinicians.
This site provides information and resources for families of children and young adults with disabilities or special healthcare needs in the state of Texas. The site offers resources related to education, healthcare, legal services, financial assistance, and more. It also provides a directory of service providers and a community forum for families to connect and share information.
This international online database allows you to quickly locate a helpline relevant to your needs, such as suicidal thoughts, domestic violence, abuse, or something else.
This site offers a helpline, chat, screening tool, information, and resources for eating disorders, including a database of treatment providers across the country.
This site is a resource for LGBTQ+ people and includes a crisis phone, text, and chat line where you can talk to a trained counselor. It also offers educational resources on LGBTQ+ topics and mental health.