Where to Start
Individuals seeking help or services should start by calling the 24/7 Crisis Hotline, 512-472-HELP (4357). The Crisis Hotline is a uniform telecommunications system that links all of ATCIC's services. Hotline clinicians offer support to anyone seeking help, identifying how they can best be served and quickly linking them with the most appropriate resources and ensuring they receive the best care possible.
ATCIC strives to serve the local community through our many dedicated, professional staff and wide array of quality and innovative services. Individuals are treated in a comfortable setting, providing confidential assistance in a variety of capacities. Click below to learn more about each of our service divisions.
Click the link above for a listing of adult behavioral health programs and services including substance use, services and supports, family support groups, medical and pharmacy, psychiatric and counseling, residential and housing.
Click the link above for a listing of programs and services for children and their families including the Infant Parent Program, intensive Case Management, family support groups, family preservation program, outpatient services, and juvenille diversionary programs.
Click the link above for a listing of intellectual and developmental disabilities programs and services including employment services, family support groups and services, home health services, residential supports, service coordination, waiver enrollment and interest list management.
Click the link above for a listing of psychiatric crisis programs and services including the 24/7 Crisis Hotline, psychiatric emergency services, Mobile Crisis Outreach Team, crisis residential services, and crisis respite programs.