Crisis Situations

Amarillo crisis hotline: (806) 359-6699

Toll-free crisis hotline: (800) 692-4039

Crisis text line: Text “GO” to 741741

Online crisis chat

The following listing is for residents of Parmer, Castro, Swisher and Briscoe counties:

Crisis Situations - (800) 687-1300 (toll-free)


Mental Health Services

Texas Panhandle Centers Crisis Hotline-Amarillo
(806) 359-6699
Toll Free: (800) 692-4039

The Pavilion at Northwest Texas Hospital
Psychiatric Hospital
1501 S. Coulter St.; Amarillo, TX
(806) 354-1810
(800) 537-2585

TPC Respite Center in Amarillo
Adult respite care for people with a mental health diagnosis
(806) 351-3277 for information

Texas Panhandle Centers
First episode psychosis, mental health screening and psychiatric services
1501 S. Polk; Amarillo, TX
(806) 337-1000

Heal the City
Free medical clinic
609 S. Carolina St.; Amarillo, TX
(806) 231-0364

Northwest J.O. Wyatt Clinic
Services for low-income individuals
1411 East Amarillo Blvd.
Amarillo, TX 79118
(806) 351-7200

The following listing is for residents of Parmer, Castro, Swisher and Briscoe counties:

Central Plains Center
Services for adult and children
715 Houston St.
Plainview, Texas
(806) 351-7200

The following listing is for residents of Hartley, Dallam, Sherman and Moore counties:

Dallam Hartley Counties Hospital District
320 E Texas Blvd
Dalhart, TX 79022
(806) 244-5668

Pastor at the First United Methodist Church
Anger management and substance abuse.
401 Binkley Ave
Dumas, TX 79029
(806) 935-7200

The Refuge
Provides shelter, classes, food and clothing
1009 S. Maddox Ave
Dumas, TX 79029
(806) 934-4673

Samaritan Counseling Center
Counseling for children, adults, marriage and family
(806) 930-0548

Drug and Alcohol Support

Amarillo Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (ACADA)
Drug and alcohol abuse support
803 S. Rusk: Amarillo, TX
(806) 374-6688

Local inpatient and outpatient rehab facility;
30-day outpatient program for individuals in shelters
(806) 350-2723

Young People in Recovery (YPR Amarillo)
Drug/alcohol abuse support

Alcoholics Anonymous (Amarillo)
Alcohol abuse support
24 Hour Help Line: (806) 373-4600

Al-Anon (Amarillo area)
Family support for alcohol abuse

Narcotics Anonymous (Amarillo area)
Drug abuse support
24-hour local addictions helpline: (806) 429-2171

Nar-Anon (Amarillo area)
Family support for drug abuse

The following Drug and Alcohol Support listings are for residents of Parmer, Castro, Swisher and Briscoe counties:

Reed Adolescent Center
Residential and outpatient services for males 12 to 18 years of age
404 Floydada
Plainview, Texas
(806) 291.4425

Recovery Solutions Center
Adult treatment and recovery coaching
(806) 293-9722

Driskill Halfway House
1202 US-87
Tulia, Texas
(806) 995-4552

Counseling and Support Groups

Amarillo Mental Health Consumers – The Agape Center
Free peer-support program with social/educational activities
Polk Street United Methodist Church-4th Floor; 1401 S. Polk St.; Amarillo, TX
(806) 373-7030

TPC Peer Support Groups
Free peer-support groups and classes
2002 Hardy (at Hardy and Wolflin Ave.); Amarillo, TX
(806) 351-3268

NAMI - National Alliance on Mental Illness – Texas Panhandle
Free support groups and classes for individuals living with mental illness, as well as their family members and loved ones.
Polk Street United Methodist Church-Room 105; 1401 S. Polk St.; Amarillo, TX
(806) 678-7385

Family Support Services
Affordable counseling (sliding scale fee), equine therapy, domestic violence support group, sexual assault support group and domestic violence shelter
1001 S. Polk St.
(806) 342-2500

The Hope and Healing Place

Free support groups for those who have lost loved ones.  806-371-8998 or 1-800-381-4606
1721 S Tyler, Amarillo, TX 79102

The following Counseling and Support Group listings are for residents of Parmer, Castro, Swisher and Briscoe counties:

Recovery support for Community Supervision and Corrections Department
(806) 291-5221 ext. 111 – office
(806) 292-3970 – cell

Recovery support for Recovery Solutions residents
(806) 291-0388 – office
(806) 292-4005 – cell


Veterans Support

Veterans Crisis Line
Call (800) 273-8255
Text 838255

Veterans Resource Center at Family Support Services
Veterans resources; peer support groups; individual, family and marital counseling; equine therapy and other services
Verlene Dickson, US Army-Retired
(806) 342-2509

VA Hospital
The Mental Health Service collaborates with community agencies and advocacy groups to enhance the care and services provided to veterans.
6010 Amarillo Blvd West
Amarillo, TX 79106
(806) 355-9703
(800) 687-8262 (toll-free)

The following listing is for residents of Parmer, Castro, Swisher and Briscoe counties:

Veterans Peer Specialist
(806) 291-0388 – office
(806) 729-6772 – cell


Services for Children

Texas Panhandle Centers Behavioral and Developmental Health
Services for children
1500 S. Taylor; Amarillo, TX
(806) 337-1000

AISD Mental Health Services
Free mental health services for Amarillo ISD students (at school or in your home)
Student and Family Advocates: (806) 326-2057

Family Support Services
Multitude of programs for children that address mental health, bullying and suicidality, as well as reduce problem behaviors, delinquency and alcohol and drug abuse in children and improve social competencies and school performance.
(806) 342-2500

The following listing is for residents of Parmer, Castro, Swisher and Briscoe counties:

Early Childhood Intervention Services
710 Quincy St.
Plainview, Texas
(806) 291-4416


Downtown Women’s Center
Housing assistance
(806) 372-3625

TPC Homeless Services
Housing assistance
(806) 371-7716

Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
Housing assistance
(806) 342-6154
(806) 372-2531

Other Resources

Legal Aid of Northwest Texas
Free legal help
Amarillo Petroleum Building
203 SW 8th Ave. #600; Amarillo, TX
(806) 373-4309

Texas Workforce Solutions - Vocational Rehabilitation
Help getting a job with supportive employers
5809 S. Western St. - Suite 255; Amarillo, TX
(806) 351-3833

Jail Diversion to Mental Health Services After Arrest
Maira Argomaniz
(806) 468-5816

Okay to Say
Public awareness campaign about mental illness
Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute

Mental Health First Aid
Classes for providing first aid in mental health crises.

The following listing is for residents of Parmer, Castro, Swisher and Briscoe counties:

LEAF (Llano Estacado Alliance for Families)
This community collaborative offers a comprehensive list of resources.