Emergency Resources

If this is an emergency, call 911 immediately.

24 Hour Crisis & Substance Use Hotline (Bexar County & San Antonio)
601 N. Frio
San Antonio, TX 78201
(210) 223-7233 & (800) 316-9241
Crisis Text Line  (24/7) Text "Hello" to 741-741 Text "Steve" to 741-741 to indicate the need for cultural considerations.
Family Violence Prevention Services
7911 Broadway
San Antonio, TX 78209
(210) 733-8810
Methodist Hospital
8026 Floyd Curl Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78229
(210) 575-0500
Red Nacional de Prevencion del Suicidio (888) 628-9454
San Antonio Behavioral Health Hospital
8550 Huebner Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78240
(877) 514-0010
Southwest General Hospital 7400 Barlite Blvd. San Antonio, TX 78224 (210) 927-8948
The Rape Crisis Center 4606 Centerview Dr, #200 (210) 349-7273
The Trevor Project TrevorText: Text "Start" to 678-678 (available M-F, 2-9pm) TrevorLifeline (24/7): 1-866-488-7386 
Texas Suicide Prevention Hotline (800) 273-8255
University Family Health Center - Southwest
2121 SW. 36th Street
San Antonio, TX 78237
(210) 358-8881
Veterans Suicide Prevention Hotline (800) 273-8255 & press 1

Community Resources

Catholic Charities (Archdiocese of SA)
202 W. French Place
San Antonio, TX 78212
(210) 222-1294
(210) 261-1200
The Family Health Center (downtown, Robert B. Green) - UT Health Science Center
903 W. Martin
San Antonio, TX 78207
(210) 358-3985
United Way of San Antonio & Bexar County (210) 227-4357

After Hours Response for Students in Crisis

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After Hours Response for Students in Crisis

To file a CARE Report, please click here.

Impaired Behavior:

    • Suicidal
    • Para-suicidal (extreme cutting, eating disordered)
    • Individuals engaging in risk taking and/or dangerous behaviors
    • Hostile, aggressive, relationally abusive
    • Lacks skills that regulate emotions, thoughts, behaviors, and relationships

Disruptive Behavior:

    • Behaviorally rowdy, unusual, and/or bizarre acting
    • Destructive
    • Substance abusing

Concerning Behavior:

    • Emotionally troubled
    • Individuals impacted by situational stressors and traumatic events

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Search by County

The Texas Council of Community MHMR Centers has a list of Texas crisis lines supported by local mental health authorities on a county by county basis: TXCouncil.com. The Texas Department of State Health Services, Community Mental Health Services division maintains an easy to use listing of local mental health authorities and their 24/7 crisis lines. You are able to search by county, city or zip code to find the one nearest you, click here.

Sexual Assault 

Every day tragedy meets someone who is victimized by sexual violence. The Rape Crisis Center for Children & Adults is there, providing immediate crisis care, support, and hope to those individuals and families afflicted by this horrific crime: Rape Crisis Center.

The Texas Association Against Sexual Assault (TAASA) is committed to ending sexual violence in Texas through education, prevention and advocacy. In the meantime, we desire to support survivors on their paths to hope, healing and justice. TAASA is the voice of the sexual assault movement in Texas. We are a unifying force bringing together parties involved in and affected by sexual assault as a catalyst for change. Click here to learn more.

A&M-SA aims to support victims of crime (and their loved ones) through advocacy, education and awareness. If you are a victim or family member of a victim of homicide, assault, vehicular homicide, vehicular assault, robbery, or burglary, free counseling services are available to you.  When you don't know where to turn, when you are feeling overwhelmed and you just need someone to talk to, we are here to listen and help.  Our services are designed to meet your needs as a crime victim and assist you in your journey from victim to survivor. Please click here to visit our on-campus victim support services.

Suicide Prevention

The Jed Foundation is the nation's leading organization working to promote emotional health and prevent suicide among college students, The Jed Foundation is protecting the mental health of students across the country.  With your support, we will continue to lead the way and protect the potential of tomorrow's leaders.

A&M-SA offers a two hour suicide prevention training called QPR, which stands for question, persuade, refer - 3 simple steps that anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide. Please click here for more information and workshop schedule.