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Academic Problems

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    Sanger Learning Center
    www.utexas.edu/ugs/slc
    The university's main resource for academic support helping students achieve their academic potential.

    Services for Students with Disabilities
    ddce.utexas.edu/disability
    Can help to determine eligibility and implement reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities.

    UT Libraries
    www.lib.utexas.edu
    17 libraries on campus provide students with resources and services to support academic endeavors.

    University Writing Center
    uwc.utexas.edu
    Provides free, individualized undergraduate writing assistance on a drop-in basis.

    Vick Center for Strategic Advising and Career Counseling
    www.utexas.edu/ugs/csacc/career
    Provides confidential career counseling to both undergraduate and graduate students from all colleges and disciplines.

    Wayfinder
    www.utexas.edu/ugs/wayfinder
    Assisting students consider their educational options.

Addiction

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    Center for Students in Recovery
    www.utexas.edu/student/studentaffairs/recovery
    Provides a safe, healthy and welcoming environment for students to cultivate life skills and celebrate recovery successes.

    Counseling and Mental Health Center
    cmhc.utexas.edu
    Counselors provide individual, group, and crisis counseling to all students who are currently enrolled in classes.

  • Community

    2-1-1 Texas
    www.211texas.org
    Connects callers anywhere in Texas with health and human service providers in their community. This is a free, confidential service available 24/7.

    Community Meetings for Addiction Recovery
    www.utexas.edu/student/studentaffairs/recovery/resources.html
    The Center for Students in Recovery provides a list of community meetings and resources for students in recovery.

    Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
    www.samhsa.gov/
    A government agency with a mission to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on American's communities.

Death of Friend or Family Member

  • Campus

    Counseling and Mental Health Center
    cmhc.utexas.edu
    Counselors provide individual, group, and crisis counseling to all students who are currently enrolled in classes.

    Student Emergency Services
    deanofstudents.utexas.edu/emergency
    We provide students at the university with resources and support during times of personal or family crisis or emergency.

  • Community

    2-1-1 Texas
    www.211texas.org
    Connects callers anywhere in Texas with health and human service providers in their community. This is a free, confidential service available 24/7.

    My Healing Place
    www.myhealingplace.org
    Working with individuals and families who have experienced the loss of a loved one due to death, divorce or separation.

    The Christi Center
    christicenter.org/
    Free, ongoing grief support to Central Texans who have experienced a loss of a loved one, regardless of circumstances.

Family Emergency / Care for a Family Member

  • Campus

    Counseling and Mental Health Center
    cmhc.utexas.edu
    Counselors provide individual, group, and crisis counseling to all students who are currently enrolled in classes.

    Student Emergency Services
    deanofstudents.utexas.edu/emergency
    We provide students at the university with resources and support during times of personal or family crisis or emergency.

  • Community

    2-1-1 Texas
    www.211texas.org
    Connects callers anywhere in Texas with health and human service providers in their community. This is a free, confidential service available 24/7.

    CareGivers4Cancer
    www.caregivers4cancer.com
    Develops onsite support groups to help the cancer patient caregiver through the difficult journey of caregiving.

    National Alliance on Mental Illness
    www.nami.org
    A mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. They advocate for access to services and treatment as well as raising awareness about mental health issues. Local chapters provide support groups for friends and family who have a loved one coping with mental illness.

Financial Emergency

  • Campus

    Office of Student Financial Services
    finaid.utexas.edu
    Offer advice and assistance related to financial aid and funding your college education.

    Student Emergency Services
    deanofstudents.utexas.edu/emergency
    We provide students at the university with resources and support during times of personal or family crisis or emergency.

  • Community

    2-1-1 Texas
    www.211texas.org
    Connects callers anywhere in Texas with health and human service providers in their community. This is a free, confidential service available 24/7.

    Austin Energy Customer Assistance Programs
    www.austinenergy.com/wps/portal/ae/residential/your-bill/customer-assistance-programs/
    The City of Austin offers programs to help customers facing temporary and long-term financial difficulties as well as serious medical problems.

    Austin-Travis County Department of Health and Human Services and Veteran Services
    www.traviscountytx.gov/health-human-services
    A government agency with the goal of maximizing quality of life for all people in Travis County by protecting vulnerable population, investing in social and economic well-being, promoting healthy living, and building a shared understanding of our community.

    Caritas of Austin
    www.caritasofaustin.org
    Supports clients by diminishing poverty and homelessness.

    City of Austin Neighborhood Centers
    www.austintexas.gov/department/neighborhood-centers
    Provides a variety of social services to low- and moderate-income families in need.

    Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (DARS)
    www.dars.state.tx.us
    Administers programs that help provide the same opportunities to people with disabilities and children who have developmental delays.

Housing Issues

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    Division of Housing and Food Service
    www.utexas.edu/student/housing
    Offers on-campus housing for students as well as dining options for all students, faculty and staff.

    Office of Student Financial Services
    finaid.utexas.edu
    Offer advice and assistance related to financial aid and funding your college education.

    Student Emergency Services
    deanofstudents.utexas.edu/emergency
    We provide students at the university with resources and support during times of personal or family crisis or emergency.

  • Community

    2-1-1 Texas
    www.211texas.org
    Connects callers anywhere in Texas with health and human service providers in their community. This is a free, confidential service available 24/7.

    Austin Energy Customer Assistance Programs
    www.austinenergy.com/wps/portal/ae/residential/your-bill/customer-assistance-programs/
    The City of Austin offers programs to help customers facing temporary and long-term financial difficulties as well as serious medical problems.

    Austin Tenants' Council
    www.housing-rights.org
    Protects tenants' rights and educates the community on fair housing.

    Austin-Travis County Department of Health and Human Services and Veteran Services
    www.traviscountytx.gov/health-human-services
    A government agency with the goal of maximizing quality of life for all people in Travis County by protecting vulnerable population, investing in social and economic well-being, promoting healthy living, and building a shared understanding of our community.

    Caritas of Austin
    www.caritasofaustin.org
    Supports clients by diminishing poverty and homelessness.

    City of Austin Neighborhood Centers
    www.austintexas.gov/department/neighborhood-centers
    Provides a variety of social services to low- and moderate-income families in need.

    Front Steps – Austin Resource Center for the Homeless (ARCH)
    www.frontsteps.org
    Provides a pathway home through shelters, affordable housing, and community education.

    Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (DARS)
    www.dars.state.tx.us
    Administers programs that help provide the same opportunities to people with disabilities and children who have developmental delays.

Medical

  • Campus

    Services for Students with Disabilities
    ddce.utexas.edu/disability
    Can help to determine eligibility and implement reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities.

    Student Veteran Services
    deanofstudents.utexas.edu/veterans
    Their office assists student veterans and dependents of veterans with navigating the university.

    University Health Services
    healthyhorns.utexas.edu
    Health services offers comprehensive health care services to current students including services such as general medicine, women's health, immunizations/allergy shots, urgent care, travel health, sports medicine, laboratory services, radiology and health education.

  • Community

    2-1-1 Texas
    www.211texas.org
    Connects callers anywhere in Texas with health and human service providers in their community. This is a free, confidential service available 24/7.

    AIDS Services of Austin
    www.asaustin.org
    Provides food, case management, HIV prevention and outreach, dental clinic, legal services, emergency finances for food, utilities, rent, medication and advocacy.

    Lone Star Circle of Care
    www.lscctx.org/
    A community health center serving underserved and uninsured Central Texans

    Medical Assistance Program (M.A.P.)
    www.medicalaccessprogram.net
    Assistance for Austin/Travis County residents, that don't have health insurance.

    NeedyMeds
    www.needymeds.org
    A national resource to identify program assistance for affordable medications and other healthcare cost.

    People's Community Clinic
    www.austinpcc.org/
    Improves the health of medically underserved and uninsured Central Texans by providing high, quality, affordable healthcare with dignity and respect.

    Planned Parenthood
    plannedparenthood.org/
    Provides emergency contraception, birth control, abortion, and sexually transmitted infections testing and treatment

Mental Health

  • Campus

    Counseling and Mental Health Center
    cmhc.utexas.edu
    Counselors provide individual, group, and crisis counseling to all students who are currently enrolled in classes.

    Services for Students with Disabilities
    ddce.utexas.edu/disability
    Can help to determine eligibility and implement reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities.

    Student Veteran Services
    deanofstudents.utexas.edu/veterans
    Their office assists student veterans and dependents of veterans with navigating the university.

  • Community

    2-1-1 Texas
    www.211texas.org
    Connects callers anywhere in Texas with health and human service providers in their community. This is a free, confidential service available 24/7.

    Austin-Travis County Integral Care
    www.integralcare.org
    Provides community-based behavioral health and developmental disabilities services in Travis County.

    Capital Area Counseling
    www.cacaustin.org/
    Provides low cost, effective and accessible psychotherapy to Central Texans.

    Life Works
    www.lifeworksaustin.org
    Several locations around town. Advocate for youth, young adults, and families seeking their path to self-sufficiency.

    Medical Assistance Program (M.A.P.)
    www.medicalaccessprogram.net
    Assistance for Austin/Travis County residents, that don't have health insurance.

    NeedyMeds
    www.needymeds.org
    A national resource to identify program assistance for affordable medications and other healthcare cost.

    Waterloo Counseling
    www.waterloocounseling.org
    Provides individuals, couples, and families effective and affordable counseling with expertise in gender, sexual, and cultural diversity.

Military Service

  • Campus

    Student Veteran Services
    deanofstudents.utexas.edu/veterans
    Their office assists student veterans and dependents of veterans with navigating the university.

  • Community

    2-1-1 Texas
    www.211texas.org
    Connects callers anywhere in Texas with health and human service providers in their community. This is a free, confidential service available 24/7.

    Austin-Travis County Department of Health and Human Services and Veteran Services
    www.traviscountytx.gov/health-human-services
    A government agency with the goal of maximizing quality of life for all people in Travis County by protecting vulnerable population, investing in social and economic well-being, promoting healthy living, and building a shared understanding of our community.

    Central Texas Veterans Health Care System
    www.centraltexas.va.gov
    One of the largest integrated health care systems in the US and provides a full range of services including medical, surgical, psychiatric, and rehabilitation with inpatient medical/surgical hospital beds, a hospice unit, and community living center beds.

Natural Disaster

  • Campus

    Student Emergency Services
    deanofstudents.utexas.edu/emergency
    We provide students at the university with resources and support during times of personal or family crisis or emergency.

  • Community

    2-1-1 Texas
    www.211texas.org
    Connects callers anywhere in Texas with health and human service providers in their community. This is a free, confidential service available 24/7.

    American Red Cross
    www.redcross.org
    Non-for profit organization that provides disaster assistance locally, statewide, nationally and internationally.

    Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
    www.fema.gov
    Federal agency under the Department of Homeland Security responsible for managing federal response to disasters. Each state has a connection or liaison to the federal level and the Governor can request federal assistance or declaration of disaster.

Transportation Issues

  • Campus

    Office of Student Financial Services
    finaid.utexas.edu
    Offer advice and assistance related to financial aid and funding your college education.

    Student Emergency Services
    deanofstudents.utexas.edu/emergency
    We provide students at the university with resources and support during times of personal or family crisis or emergency.

  • Community

    2-1-1 Texas
    www.211texas.org
    Connects callers anywhere in Texas with health and human service providers in their community. This is a free, confidential service available 24/7.

    Capital Metro
    capmetro.org/
    Austin's public transportation and is free for UT students.

Victim of Crime or Interpersonal Violence

  • Campus

    Counseling and Mental Health Center
    cmhc.utexas.edu
    Counselors provide individual, group, and crisis counseling to all students who are currently enrolled in classes.

    Legal Services for Students
    deanofstudents.utexas.edu/lss
    Offers free legal advice and services including lawyer referral for currently enrolled students.

    Student Emergency Services
    deanofstudents.utexas.edu/emergency
    We provide students at the university with resources and support during times of personal or family crisis or emergency.

    University of Texas Police Department
    www.utexas.edu/police
    An accredited police department serving the university campus that provides criminal investigation, crime prevention in addition to traditional law enforcement. All members of the UTPD are trained as mental health officers.

  • Community

    2-1-1 Texas
    www.211texas.org
    Connects callers anywhere in Texas with health and human service providers in their community. This is a free, confidential service available 24/7.

    Asian Family Support Services of Austin
    www.saheli-austin.org
    Provides assistance to Asian and other immigrant families dealing with domestic violence, sexual assault, and trafficking.

    Austin Police Department Victim Services
    www.austintexas.gov/department/victim-services
    Works with Austin Police Department officers to respond to crime victim's psychological and emotional needs through crisis intervention, counseling, advocacy, criminal justice support, and much more.

    SafePlace
    safeplace.org/
    Provides services related to ending sexual and domestic violence through safety, healing, prevention, and social change.

    Texas Association Against Sexual Assault
    taasa.org/
    Supports survivors on their paths to hope, healing and justice. The organization is a unifying force bringing together parties involved in and affected by sexual assault as a catalyst for change.

    Travis County Protective Order
    www.traviscountytx.gov/county-attorney/family-violence/protective-order
    Protective orders are a component of safety planning to outlines what an offender cannot do. The Travis County Attorney Office will assist individuals in applying for an order of protection.

    Travis County Sheriff's Office Victim Services
    www.tcsheriff.org/victim-services
    Provides services to individuals affected by crime and crisis circumstances in an effort to reduce the impact of trauma and enhance the ability for individuals to rebuild their lives.