Talk to someone today. If you are in crisis or contemplating suicide, please call us at 214-828-1000. Our hotline is staffed 24/7 with trained volunteers. You can also text our trained, caring volunteers who are ready to listen every Saturday and Sunday evening from 6PM-10PM at 972-533-3323.
Our staff is available to provide training to professional groups that may need to learn effective crisis intervention skills. We provide consultation to groups such as school counselors, hospital staff, social workers, and undergraduate and graduate classes at local universities.
The Suicide and Crisis Center offers a unique program for those who have experienced the loss of a loved one to suicide. All of our services are free to the community.
One of the most important objectives of the Teens Can Survive is to educate the community on teenage depression and suicide. The SCCenter promotes awareness by speaking directly to youth in community organizations such as schools, church youth groups, and other youth organizations.
We organize support group meetings for friends, employees, peers and/or family members of loved ones who have committed suicide.
Our staff facilitates debriefing support groups for youth in schools and community organizations in the event that a youth commits suicide.