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Stay Safe and Well
Flash flooding is a real danger. But you can stay safe if you follow a few important tips like:
Disasters big and small can also cause significant physical and mental stress on the people who experience them and those that care about them. If you are experiencing mental stress or anxiety, you can always call our 24/7 Hotline at 512-472-HELP (4357). If you have a physical health emergency or are in physical danger, please call 9-1-1.
You can find more helpful information and tips at the National Weather Service's Flood Safety page. You can also click here to view an extensive list of local resources and information compiled by the Austin Chronicle.
Construction Manager-at-Risk Request for Proposals (RFP)
A public log is kept of the names of all offerors who submitted proposals in response to Austin Travis County Integral Care’s RFP dated April 27, 2015. In accordance with Section 2.B.5. of the RFP: “contents of any proposal shall not be disclosed to competing Offerors prior to Contract award, with the exception of the Offeror names and proposed fees that will be read aloud at the Proposal Public Opening on May 20, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. CT.” The public log may be accessed here.
Children's Mental Health Planning
Click here to view the new Travis County Plan for Children's Mental Health.
Child & Family Services Clinic on Riverside has Moved
Integral Care's Child & Family Services Clinic moved to 2410 E. Riverside Dr., Suite G-3 (click here for driving directions). There are nearby Capital Metro stops for the 100 Airport Flyer and 20 Manor Road bus routes (you can also find the most convenient bus route with Capital Metro's trip planner). Please feel free to call the clinic's front desk at 512-804-3000 if you have any additional questions. Click here for a downloadable flyer with a map and reference photos for the new location.