aREA MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
Many factors contribute to a person's mental health. It can be difficult to locate help when you need it. The resources below are just a few of the services available in our area.
Counseling, prescribing, and prescription assistance
Catholic Charities of Central Texas - Austin
Counseling for individuals and families. Sliding scale offered for those who qualify.
Family Eldercare - Travis and Williamson Counties
Provides counseling services for seniors and adults with IDD billed through Medicaid. Counseling can be provided through telehealth or in the client's home. Can also assist with financial counseling and advocacy services.
Mobile Outreach Team - Williamson County
Free services. For use when a person is in need of immediate mental health care and/or admission to inpatient facility. They can provide transport to a hospital. Dispatch available from 8 am - 8 pm Monday -Saturday.
STARRY - Round Rock
Free counseling services to families with children 0-17, or youth older than 17 who are still enrolled in high school.
Taylor Psychotherapy - Taylor
Works with Medicaid (including STAR plans) and Medicare. Individual self pay options start at $95. Trained in EMDR and DBT. Practice offers help with PTSD, personality and psychotic disorders. Individual and family sessions available.
Thriveworks - Pflugerville
At least one provider works with Medicare. Self pay sessions begin at $140.
Counseling and Prescribing
Bluebonnet Trails Community Services - Round Rock
Low cost or free mental health services to adults and children. 24/7 crisis line, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse issues. Works with Medicaid or on a sliding scale.
Kinghaven Counseling - Texas Telehealth
Counseling for youth and adults. Works with Medicaid. Appointments are through telehealth.
Lonestar Circle of Care - Hutto
Provides medical and behavioral health services to underserved and uninsured patients in the area. Works with Medicaid.
Williamson County Prescription Discount Cards
Discounts for uninsured or underinsured consumers at the register. There are no restrictions on use and no application or registration forms. Cards can be obtained from any of the four WilCo public health center locations.
A database to help patients learn ways to use pharmaceutical company programs to help reduce medication costs.
Texas Drug Card
Offers savings on prescriptions not covered by health insurance, or possibly greater savings than offered through insurance.
For more information regarding area resources, please call our office at 512-688-0162.