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Mental Health

Mental Health

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7703 N Lamar Blvd. Suite 500 Austin, TX 78752
For info and Appointments: (512) 302-1000 Ext.100

• Provide low-cost, accessible, and effective psychotherapy
• Fees range from $15 to $60 per session and are based on income and household size. All intake sessions (your first session) are $20
• No restrictions on session limits
• Counseling in English or Spanish for individuals, couples, families, children, and groups in a variety of areas including, but not limited to, anxiety, depression, anger, relationship issues, substance use, emotional trauma, and sexual abuse.

607 Rathervue Place Austin, TX 78705
(512) 469- 9447, Email:
Mon - Fri 9:00am – 1:00pm, May call till 7:00pm
• Provide professional therapy services to those in emotional or spiritual need regardless of ability to pay.
• See clients of any age, race, sex, spiritual/religious belief, sexual orientation, gender identity, political affiliation, and national/cultural background.
• Who: individuals, couples, family, group, children
• Help with:
o Individual, family, relationship and marriage counseling for improving marital/couple, parent-child or other family relationships
o Grief and bereavement counseling for those wrestling with loss
o Support for those wanting to find meaningful work or to resolve work-related problems
o Counseling for those in transitions such as divorce, remarriage and retirement
o Counseling for overcoming anxiety and depression
o Support for making better choices in relationships
o Psychological testing
o Psycho-spiritual

o Guidance for adults, children and teens
o Counseling for Attention Deficit Disorder for
adults and children
o Healing and forgiveness
o FEE: depends on income and household size
• No one is turned away for financial reasons

2501 W. William Cannon Drive, Building 6 Suite A,
Austin, TX 78745
(512) 344- 9181, Fax: (512) 344- 9135, Email:
Mon - Fri. 9:00am- 9:00am
Sat. 10:00am- 5:00pm
• Low-Cost – Call for more information
• Client-centered counseling
• WHO: individuals, children, teens, couples, families, groups
• Helps with:
o Psychological & emotional issues, including: depression/mood disorders, anxiety/panic attacks, trauma/grief/loss, eating disorders/body-image, fears/phobias, obsessions/compulsions, life transitions/major life changes, self-esteem issues, spiritual/existential concerns, relationship stress and much more
o Couples, premarital & marriage counseling
o Substance abuse addiction recovery, smoking cessation & alcohol counseling
o Anger management & stress management
o Social anxiety disorder treatments
o Parenting issues & learning disorders
o Career and vocational counseling
o Grief therapy
o Life Transitions – young adult, mid-life, and aging related issues
o Sexuality and Gender issues
o Mindfulness training

8956 Research Blvd. bldg. 2
Hope for Hero’s- (877)426- 4673
(512) 451- 7337, Fax: (512) 451- 8729, Email:
Mon-Fri 9:00am- 5:00pm
• WHO: individuals, groups, children (older than 3 years), adults,, older adults, couples, and families
• PROVIDES: groups and counseling
• Helps with but is not limited to: anxiety, depression, anger, relationship issues, substance use, family
violence, impulse control disorders, career counseling, women's counseling and resources, and congregation and clergy care, debriefing for individuals working in high stress situations
• Faith-based. One does not have to be religious to use resource
• Provides educational workshops, seminars, and training for business groups, congregations, clergy, counselors, and other organizations.
• INTAKE: call for appointment
• DOCUMENTS: intake forms (downloaded online), financial documentation for scholarships and
reduced fees
• FEE: depends. Accepts Medicare, Medicaid, CHIP and private insurance; reduced fees and
scholarships available for income eligible clients

810 W 45th Street 78751
(512) 451-2242
Mon-Thurs 8:00am - 8:00pm, Fri. 8:00am - 6:00pm
Walk-in clinic Fri. 2:00pm - 4:00pm – fee based
• Counseling services in English and Spanish
• WHO: individual, group, family, children
• Helps with: family therapy; social skills, anger management groups as well as other various forms
of group therapy, Psychological evaluations for children, parent education classes (ADHD parenting)
• Accepts insurance, fees are on a sliding scale
• DOCUMENT NEEDED: proof of residency/income; if divorced, must see divorce decree

E. AUSTIN WELLNESS CENTER @ St. James Episcopal Church
1941 Webberville Rd. Austin, TX 78721
(512) 926-6339 (Press 1 to leave message for EAWC)
• Psychological Counseling
– Professional counselors and therapists provide counseling services in both affordable and flexible based on the client’s financial need.
• Health Education & Screenings
– Regular health screenings (i.e. blood pressure testing) and health education programs provided by certified nurse.
• Care Giver U
– Caregivers learn how to care for themselves while taking care of an elderly loved one (spouse, parent, sibling, friend, etc.).
• The Happy Kitchen
– Program offers nutritional education classes: learn how to prepare healthy and affordable meals for their families through hands on cooking demonstrations.
• Live Well Series
– Health and fitness professionals address various health and fitness issues, exposing attendees to healthier lifestyles through both discussion and active exercises.
• Mind-Body YOUniveristy
– Focuses on body systems and mind connections: learn both the physiology and the mental health aspects of one’s body systems

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