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Crisis can strike any time, day or night. When feelings of hopelessness, isolation, shame, and anxiety lead people to think that suicide is their only option, they can't wait for help. They need to talk to someone at our suicide and crisis hotline...now.


2020 Fashion Stars for a Cause (FSFAC) Event Postponed

Thank you for joining Suicide and Crisis Center (SCCenter) in our very important mission to help so many in our communities through suicide prevention and crisis intervention. We feel in the current environment with COVID-19 that the responsible thing for SCCenter to do is postpone the Fashion Stars for a Cause (FSFAC) event until a more appropriate time.

This was not an easy decision as this event raises much needed funds for our programs (Teens Can Survive and Survivors of Suicide) as well as our 24/7 Crisis line which receives 2,000 calls a month. We believe this is a correct and responsible decision. Our primary concern in postponing the event is the health, safety and welfare of our generous donors, sponsors and participants.

Our 2020 Fashion Stars for the Cause join us in thanking you for your understanding. We pray for the safety of all during this time. We will be back with more information on rescheduling the FSFAC event.

24/7 Suicide & Crisis Hotline

mobile-phone-text-42x75pxIf you are in crisis or have suicidal thoughts, please call our suicide crisis hotline at 214-828-1000. You can also text "CONNECT" to 741741 anytime to reach trained, caring volunteers at the National Crisis Text Line.


Guidelines for Media Reporting of Suicide

Suicide is a public health issue that should be handled with care and sensitivity when it comes to reporting by various news and media outlets. This is especially true in regard to headlines that may sensationalize or glamorize death, whether it be intentional or not. While such headlines may capture the reader's attention, an unintentional effect can be a higher risk of additional suicides. If you are a member of the media or press reporting on a suicide, please click the View Guidelines button to download best practices for reporting on this tragic public health issue.

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Stay In Touch

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Programs and Services

24-Hour Crisis Line

The crisis line is staffed by trained, caring volunteers who are available to talk and listen 24/7.

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Crisis Debriefing

We offer crisis debriefing to groups such as businesses and other organizations in the aftermath of suicide.

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Survivors of Suicide

This unique program helps those who have experienced the tragedy of losing a loved one to suicide.

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We offer crisis intervention training to community groups.


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Teens Can Survive

We offer mental health screenings for youth as well as suicide awareness training for schools.

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Debriefings for Youth

Our staff facilitates debriefing sessions for suicidal incidents in schools and other organizations that serve youth.

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News & Events

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Did you know...

Suicide is the 2nd Leading cause of Death for ages 15-34 in Texas.

Suicide is the 11th Leading Cause of Death in Texas.

More than twice as many people die by suicide in Texas annually than by homicide.