Mental Health Resources

Approximately 1/5 adults will experience mental illness each year. Everyone can benefit from having strategies to address mental health needs. From depression and anxiety to a recent specific trigger, finding an outlet is key in establishing and maintaining mental wellness. UCC is committed to our community by helping to make these connections to local resources. You are also welcome to seek counseling from UCC’s ministerial staff, who are willing conversation partners. They will also default to referrals for everyone who requires a higher degree of professional care.


UT Counseling and Mental Health Services

Student Crisis Line: 512-471-2255
General Line: 512-471-3515
Student Services Building, 5th Floor


Integral Care Mobile Crisis Outreach Team

Crisis Line: 512-472-4357
Or call 911

Crisis Chat

Need to talk but phone calls aren’t an option? Online, text-based communication is available at

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

1-800-273-8255 (English)
1-800-784-2432 (Spanish)

The Trevor Project

Mental Health Counseling specifically for the LGBTQ+ Community


Apps for mental health crisis management

Apps can support you with information on warning signs, crisis care, and resources. Free and located in your app store.
Android: ReachZ
Apple: ASK
Both: Operation Reach Out


For a handout version of this information, download here: Mental Health Services Handout


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