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Suicide Prevention and Resiliency

Are You In Crisis?

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, call 911. If you urgently need to speak with a Counselor, please call 713-500-3327 or 800-346-3549 or click below to fill out our contact form.

National Suicide Crisis call or chat 988

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Support for You

At times, it may feel as if you are the only one who feels overwhelmed with thoughts of doubt about patient care, grief about outcomes, or life’s stressors, but you’re not. You do not have to struggle alone. UTEAP can help you address personal health conditions, including mental health and substance use issues which can make life feel overwhelming. We are here to listen, provide or navigate resources, and help support you in this time of need. Call UTEAP now for assistance at 713-500-3327 or toll free 800-346-3549.

If you are currently having thoughts of harming yourself call 911, or the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 988.

Support for Others

It’s also crucial to take action if you’re worried that a colleague is in distress or is thinking about suicide. You don’t need to have all the answers or solutions in order to help someone. UTEAP is available for help. Call UTEAP now for assistance at 713-500-3327 or toll free 800-346-3549.

If you know someone who is in immediate danger, don't leave them alone and call 911.

Help is Available

Each counselor can help you with numerous issues or concerns. Call us at 713-500-3327 or complete our Contact Form. Below are some common reasons to contact UTEAP:

Depression and Anxiety
Relationship and Parenting Issues
Parenting & Family Concerns
Feeling Overwhelmed
Balancing School, Work, Home Life
Adjusting to College Student Life
Abuse or Drug/Alcohol Problems
Study Tips/Getting Organized

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