Self Help & Resources

Anonymous Online Mental Health Screenings

The Student Counseling Center offers free and anonymous mental health self-screenings to currently enrolled Texas A&M University–San Antonio students. These screenings assess several areas of mental health, including depression, anxiety, academic distress, eating concerns, frustration, family distress, and alcohol use.

 Once you complete an anonymous mental health screening, you will be provided a profile report that includes detailed feedback and guidance regarding your results. Local and national mental health resources are also provided in this report. Click below to begin your free and anonymous mental health self-screening.

 Anonymous Online Mental Health Screenings



24 Hour Crisis Hotlines and Text Lines

For 24/7 crisis support, please call the Student Counseling Center, 210-784-1331 (after-hours select option “2” to speak with a licensed clinician)

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Getting Help

No matter how much pain you’re experiencing right now, you’re not alone. Many of us have had suicidal thoughts at some point in our lives. If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts at this time, please reach out for help.


Alcohol and Other Drugs Prevention


Suicide Prevention

Sexual Assault Awareness Ribbon

Sexual Assault/Harassment Resources

(SCC) staff stand with survivors of sexual assault and/or harassment. SCC created a Violence Prevention and Support Card, which includes confidential and reporting resources.

The Center for Health Care Services

Local Mental Health Authorities

Texas Health and Human Services contracts with 37 local mental health authorities (LMHA) and two local behavioral health authorities to deliver an array of mental health services in communities across Texas.


Tellus App

TELUS is an online, student support app that allows you as a student 24/7 access to professional counseling by phone or chat in multiple languages


Military Veterans and Family Members


Undocumented / DREAMERS

The success of current and prospective DREAMERS at Texas A&M University-San Antonio is strongly supported by community collaborations and a culture of supportiveness