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Austin Texas Community Resources

The following information is provided to help facilitate access to a variety of national and community resources related to physical, emotional, and mental health concerns. Plumeria Counseling Center offers this information for convenience alone and is in no way affiliated or responsible for the information provided by these programs and links. If you are in immediate danger or crisis, please do not hesitate to call 9-1-1.

Austin Travis County MHMR 24/7 Crisis Hotline 
(512) 472-HELP (4357)MHMR Emergency Psychiatric Services 
(512) 472-8996
Seton Shoal Creek Hospital 
(512) 324-2000Austin Lakes Hospital at St. David’s 
(512) 544-5253

National Resources

AIDS Hotline
1-800-342-AIDSAIDS Hotline in Spanish
1-800-344-SIDAAdolescent Suicide Hotline
1-800-344-2666Alcohol Abuse and
Crisis Intervention

Alcohol and Drug Abuse
Helpline and Treatment

Child Abuse Hotline

Cocaine Help Line

Domestic Violence/Child Abuse/
Sexual Abuse Hotline

Drug Information Treatment &
Referral Hotline


Eating Disorders Center

Elder Abuse Hotline

Family Violence
Prevention Center


Food Addiction
1-800-872-0088GLBT National Hotline
1-888-843-4564Marijuana Anonymous
1-800-766-6779Planned Parenthood

Pregnancy Hotline

Rape Crisis Hotline

Prescription and Non-Prescription Drug Information

Sexual Assault Hotline

Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Suicide & Crisis Hotline

Teen Helpline

Texas Runaway/Youth Hotline

Youth Crisis Hotline

Youth Help Line / LifeWorks
(512) 472-HELP

Parent Hotline

Austin Community Resources
Alcoholics Anonymous, Hill Country Intergroup
(512) 444-0071Austin Al-Anon/Alateen
(512) 441-8591Austin Pregnancy Resource Center
(512) 476-7774Narcotics Anonymous
(512) 480-0004SafePlace
(512) 267-SAFE

Texas Department of Assistive
& Rehabilitative Services 


Texas Department of Family & Protective Services

Volunteer Healthcare Clinic
(512) 459-6002

Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas
(512) 476-5550


ACC & UT Informal Classes 
Smorgasborg of non-credit classes in everything from martial arts to business management, salsa dancing to salsa making.

Asian American Cultural Center 
Variety of classes and programs related to Asian culture, including many program for kids.

Austin Bike Routes 
Learn how to get around Austin safely on two wheels.

Austin Civic Wind Ensemble (ACWE)
If you used to play an instrument in high school, you can join this informal fun group. Practice on Tuesday nights and play several concerts during the year, including Zilker Park Christmas Tree Lighting and Lakeway 4th of July.

Austin Fit
Run with a training group on Saturday mornings to prepare for a marathon, half-marathon, lesser distanced race, or just to get in shape and have fun doing it. Couch potatoes welcomed.

Austin Sports and Social Club 
Year-round opportunities for individuals to play a variety of team sports.

Austin Toastmasters 
Improve your public speaking skills in a supportive environment.

Citizen Gardener 
Learn to garden and then volunteer/apprectice to help Austin become more green.


Dog Parks Listing 

Locate some of Austin’s many dog-friendly
Discover community-organized groups and “meet up” with others who share your interests.Mexican American Cultural Center 
learn and participate in classes and programs that will foster a meaningful understanding and appreciation of not only Mexican American but also Native American, Chicano, and other Latino cultures.Michael’s Craft Store 
Affordable classes in arts and crafts, such as knitting, crochet, cake decorating, and much more.Parks & Playgrounds 
The City of Austin’s comprehensive directory, including maps and amenities list for all parks.Yellow Bike Project 
Free educational facilities open to anyone who wants to learn about fixing and riding bikes.

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