Texas Mental Health Information
Even though the Hogg Foundation is passionately devoted to mental health, we are not a direct provider of mental health services. We are, however, part of a vibrant ecosystem of behavioral health services and systems in Texas. Below you’ll find links to some of our allies and partners in Texas.
The best portal for accessing information about services in Texas is mentalhealthtx.org, which is maintained by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission. If you are in need of immediate assistance, call 911 or the 24-Hour National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
How to Find Services
A web portal for Texas residents who may have mental health related needs or who want to support someone who does.
Find Texas mental health services including crisis helplines, counseling, support groups and more.
Texas Veterans Portal
A resource for veterans, their families and their survivors, with helpful information from many government agencies here so you can find the assistance, services and benefits you need.
Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator
SAMHSA’s online source of information for persons seeking treatment facilities in the United States or U.S. territories for substance abuse/addiction and/or mental health problems.
Aunt Bertha is a national search engine where you can find and connect with social services like mental health care in your area.
Info for Consumers and Families
Mental Health America – Texas
MHA Texas is the state’s largest and longest-serving mental health education and advocacy group.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Texas (NAMI Texas) has a variety of education and support programs for individuals living with mental illness, family members, friends, professionals, other stake holders, and the community at large.
Provides training, technical assistance and consultation to individuals in recovery from mental health concerns, their family members, youths who are interested in mental health, and mental health professionals throughout Texas.
Public Awareness Campaigns
Speak Your Mind Texas
Find out how to support teens and young adults who have mental health and substance use issues.
One in Five Minds
One in Five Minds was created to raise awareness about mental illness, to break down stigma, and to increase access to treatment for children regardless of their ability to pay.