If you are in crisis, dial 911 or another emergency organization immediately! Your Safety is Important!
2-1-1 TexasDial 211 if you are in the state of Texas.1 (877) 541-7905 (toll free)2-1-1 Texas is a program of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission and is committed to helping Texas citizens connect with the services they need.
Adapt America Mobile CrisisAdapt of Texas provides community support and clinic services within a 7-county area in and around Dallas, Texas. Adapt has clinics located in the following Texas communities: Dallas, Corsicana, Kaufman, McKinney, Plano and Waxahachie.
BEITZBring Everyone In The Zone is a non-profit organization made up of trained professional facilitators who volunteer so they can help people. They are not counselors but look at themselves as travel companions, helping you to get back in the zone.
DoD Safe HelplineDoD Safe Helpline, a new resource for members of the Department of Defense (DoD) community, is a secure, anonymous and confidential support service that connects users with live sexual assault professionals.
Continuing Education Resources for VeteransProvides Veterans with tons of information about using the money awarded to them by the GI Bill for a university education.
Grace After Fire's Table Talk™: Color Me CamoGrace After Fire's Table Talk™Program is designed to address the unique needs of women Veterans through a structured and positive interaction with facilitators and peers.
Grace's GardenA Grace After Fire website as an online community of women Veterans supporting one another. When women Veterans hurt, women Veterans help.
La Paloma Treatment Center – 1 (877) 345-1887 In-patient dual diagnosis recovery and trauma program for Veterans.·
Loyola Recovery Foundation –1 (877) 519-7705 Community-based medically supervised withdrawal 5-7 day detox specialty program for Veterans located in Bath, New York.·
Lots A Helping Hands· - Lotsa Helping Hands provides a free caregiving and volunteer service that allows for the creation of private web-based communities to organize help for people in need.
Mary Lind Foundation – Residential Abuse recovery service to homeless Veterans in Los Angeles County.·
Michelle Gatto, Certified Trauma Sensitive Yoga Instructor
Military Veteran Peer NetworkA Network of Texas Veteran Service ProvidersThe Military Veteran Peer Network is a networking site for organizations and people serving Texas veterans and their families. Here, they can stay connected, share knowledge, post events and develop best practices to help support Veterans as they make the transition to life after service.
MilitaryVetJobs.comMilitaryVetJobs.com acknowledges diversity as an asset in the workplace and works to connect job seekers and employers with easy-to-use tools, providing one of the most efficient mediums for job search in an increasingly competitive job market.
Minnesota Recovery Connection ··www.minnestoarecovery.org.
National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence Hope Line1 (800) 622-2255
National Domestic Violence Hotline1 (800) 799-7233 (1-800-799-SAFE)
National Suicide Prevention Hotline1 (800) 784-2433 (1-800-SUICIDE)
The National Veterans Foundation Hotline1 (888) 777-4443
Rape, Abuse, and Incest National (RAIN) Network - 1 (800) 656-4673 (24-Hour)Connects caller to the nearest counseling center which provides counseling for rape, abuse, and incest victims.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)-This is a national ·database of alcohol and drug treatment providers.
Texans Helping Texans - 1 (800) 362-6477Texans Helping Texans is a service developed by Grace After Fire to provide supportive services for men and women Veterans and their families who are living in Texas.
Trauma Sensitive Yoga for Survivors of Trauma ·- Remedy Center for Healing Arts, 4910 ·Burnet ·Rd. Austin, Texas.
Veteran Suicide Prevention Lifeline1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255) Veterans press "1"