If serious harm is about to happen to any person, including one's self, call the Police at 911 immediately.
24 Hour Crisis Hotline
1-877-466-0660 (Toll Free)
Serving Texas State University and Hays County
(Indicate if you are a Texas State student when calling.)
Texas State University Police- Emergency After Business Hours Contacts
On Campus: 911
Off Campus: (512) 245-2890
San Marcos Police Department
Physical/Sexual Assault Or Abuse
HCWC Crisis Hotline
The Trevor Helpline (Crisis and Suicide Prevention Helpline for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Youth)
If you are a transgender person in crisis call:
The BPSF Jeremy O. Torres Emergency Stabilization Fund provides monetary support to emerging adults (ages 18 to 24), who have minority sexual and gender identities (LGBTQIA+), residing in the Greater San Marcos area.
Community is about connections. Here are other Facebook pages that can connect you to the Texas State and Hill Country LGBTQIA community:
Texas State University students in need of emergency funding assistance, please see the Dean of Student's office website for on-campus assistance.
Texas State University Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion
LGBTQIA+ Persons and Allies Resources including Student Organizations.
Search for Student Organizations by searching for, “LGBT”