• COVID-19 Information

    With rare exception, crisis support from a counselor occurs remotely via secure Zoom video conferencing.

 

Tell us your location

Identifying where you are will help you access the resources you need. Your current location:

 

What are you experiencing?

If you are in immediate crisis and one of the following applies to you:

  • I am contemplating suicide 
  • I experienced a sexual assault
  • I am experiencing a mental health crisis
 

 

Every Tiger matters

We urge any enrolled student who is at imminent risk for ending their life to seek prompt prevention services from us. Upon learning that a student is thinking about ending their life, one of our counselors will want to speak with that student as soon as possible.


 

On-Campus Crisis Support

(Includes City Vista Apartments)
 

Talk to someone now and obtain help quickly.


 

Business Hour Options

When the office is open:

  Call

210-999-7411. Call the office immediately. We are committed to providing the help you need.

  Virtual Visit

Enrolled Trinity students
We offer tele-counseling via secure Zoom video conferencing by appointment. When you call let us know your immediate need.

  In-person Visit

If a virtual visit is not possible, call and tell us that you need to talk with a counselor promptly because you are contemplating suicide, that you are located on or near campus, and you cannot meet with a counselor virtually. We will immediately arrange for a counselor to see you that day.

 


 

After Hours and Weekends Options

When the office is closed and during weekends:
 

  Call

210-999-7000. Call the Trinity University Police Department. Tell the dispatcher you need to speak with the on-call counselor. The dispatcher will contact the on-call counselor who will call you.

 

We stand with survivors. Access urgent counseling services.

If you have been sexually assaulted, on-campus support resources are available. 

Confidential Services: Counseling Services’ counselors, Health Services’ medical providers, University Chaplain

Non-Confidential Services: Residential Life, Trinity University Police Department, Title IX Coordinator, and every other Trinity employee not listed above


 

Business Hour Options

When the office is open:

  Call

210-999-7411. Call the office to arrange an urgent appointment.

  Virtual Visit

Enrolled Trinity students
We offer tele-counseling via secure Zoom video conferencing by appointment. When you call let us know your immediate need.

  In-person Visit

If a virtual visit is not possible, call and tell us that you need to talk with a counselor promptly because you are contemplating suicide, that you are located on or near campus, and you cannot meet with a counselor virtually. We will immediately arrange for a counselor to see you that day.


 

After Hours and Weekends Options

When the office is closed and during weekends:
 

  Call

Option 1:
210-999-7000. Call the on-call counselor, dispatched by the Trinity University Police Department. Tell the dispatcher you need to speak with the on-call counselor. The dispatcher will contact the on-call counselor who will call you. 

Option 2:
Contact any Residential Life staff member for support. With your permission, Residential Life may facilitate your connection with  the on-call counselor. (Residential Life staff are mandated to report sexual assault to the University’s Title IX Coordinator.)

 

Talk to someone now.


 

Business Hour Options

When the office is open:

  Call

210-999-7411. Call the office immediately. We are committed to providing the help you need.

  Virtual Visit

Enrolled Trinity students
We offer tele-counseling via secure Zoom video conferencing by appointment. When you call let us know your immediate need.

  In-person Visit

If a virtual visit is not possible, call and tell us that you need to talk with a counselor promptly because you are contemplating suicide, that you are located on or near campus, and you cannot meet with a counselor virtually. We will immediately arrange for a counselor to see you that day.

 


 

After Hours and Weekends Options

When the office is closed and during weekends:

  Call

Option 1:
Call the on-call counselor, dispatched by the Trinity University Police Department. Tell the dispatcher you want to speak to the on-call counselor. They will immediately call you. 

Option 2:
Contact any Residential Life staff member for support. Residential Life may decide to contact the on-call counselor who will then call you.

 


 

Off-Campus Crisis Support

 

Talk to someone now and obtain help quickly.


 

Business Hour Options

If you believe that you might act upon your thoughts of ending your life, you have several options:

 

  Call

210-999-7411. Call the office immediately. We are committed to providing the help you need.

  Virtual Visit

Enrolled Trinity students
We offer tele-counseling via secure Zoom video conferencing by appointment. When you call let us know your immediate need.

  In-person Visit

If a virtual visit is not possible, call and tell us that you need to talk with a counselor promptly because you are contemplating suicide, that you cannot meet with a counselor virtually, and that you can travel to campus to met with a counselor. We will immediately arrange for a counselor to see you that day.

 


 

After Hours and Weekends Options

If you believe that you might act upon your thoughts of ending your life, you have several options:

 

  Visit

Go to a hospital Emergency Department. The hospital nearest campus is Metropolitan Methodist Hospital at 1310 McCullough Avenue, just north of downtown. The preferred Emergency Department is at Methodist Specialty and Transplant Hospital, 8026 Floyd Curl Dr.

  Call

Option 1: Call the Trinity University Police Department (210-999-7000) and ask to speak with the on-call counselor. The dispatcher will contact the on-call counselor who will then call you

Option 2: Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) for English or 888-628-9454 for Spanish

  Text

Text "home" to 741-741 to initiate text-based assistance from CrisisTextLine.org.

  Chat

Chat online with a counselor at Lifeline Chat.

 

We stand with survivors. Access urgent counseling services.

If you have been sexually assaulted, on-campus support resources are available. 

 

  Call

Option 1: The San Antonio Rape Crisis Center,  210-349-RAPE (7273) 

Option 2: RAINN, the National Sexual Assault Online Hotline, 800-656-HOPE (4673) 

  Text

Text “home” to 741741 to initiate text-based assistance from CrisisTextLine.org.

  Chat

Option 1: Chat online with a counselor from the San Antonio Rape Crisis Center through their website

Option 2: Chat online with a counselor from RAINN, the National Sexual Assault Online Hotline through their website

 

Talk to someone now.


 

Business Hour Options

When the office is open:

 

  Call

210-999-7411. We are committed to providing the help you need.

  Virtual Visit

Enrolled Trinity students
We offer tele-counseling via secure Zoom video conferencing by appointment. When you call let us know your immediate need.

  In-person Visit

If a virtual visit is not possible, call and tell us that you need to talk with a counselor promptly because you are contemplating suicide, that you cannot meet with a counselor virtually, and that you can travel to campus to met with a counselor. We will immediately arrange for a counselor to see you that day.

 


 

After Hours and Weekends Options

When the office is closed and during weekends:

 

  Call

Option 1: Call the Trinity University Police Department (210-999-7000) and ask to speak with the on-call counselor. The dispatcher will contact the on-call counselor who will then call you. 

Option 2: Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) for English or 888-628-9454 for Spanish. NSPL offers support to non-suicidal persons experiencing emotional distress.

  Chat

Chat online with a counselor at Lifeline Chat.

  Text

Text "home" to 741741 to initiate text-based assistance from CrisisTextLine.org