Resources to help you with your recovery

Your well-being is important to us at Texas Mutual. To help provide you with a safe and positive healing experience, find resources below that can assist you on your journey.

Office of Injured Employee Counsel (OIEC)

OIEC can help you with your workers’ compensation and offers a comprehensive list of resources for 20 cities in Texas to help with your needs. Find education, employment, food/clothing, housing, legal services, mental health/counseling, physical health and transportation resources.

Human services

Explore support services in your community to help you with welfare, government resources, housing and more.

United Way
Dial 211 from any phone

Texas Health and Human Services

(512) 424-6500

Individual County Support Services

Travis County

(512) 854-9020

El Paso County

(915) 546-2000

Webb County

(956) 523-4000

Hidalgo County

(956) 318-2372

Nueces County

(361) 888-0111

Bexar County

(210) 335-2011

Williamson County

(512) 943-1100

McLennan County

(254) 757-5000

Dallas County

(214) 653-7011

Collin County

(972) 548-4100

Tarrant County

(817) 531-5620

Harris County

(832) 927-4700


Find organizations that specialize in job searching and placement, vocational rehabilitation services for individuals with physical or cognitive disabilities, and more.

Office of Injured Employee Counsel (OIEC)
(512) 804-4170

Texas Workforce Solutions

(800) 628-5115

Texas Workforce Solutions: Vocational Rehabilitation Services

(800) 628-5115

Texas Workforce Commission

(512) 463-2222

National Job Corps Center

(800) 733-5627

Goodwill Industries

(800) GOODWILL / (800) 466-3945

Physical health

Connect with groups for catastrophic injury support, or find organizations that can help you improve your physical health such as smoking cessation and diabetes management.

Health Care
Your Texas Benefits
Dial 211 from any phone

Poison Control

Texas Poison Center Network

(800) 222-1222

Cancer Prevention and Treatment

American Cancer Society

(800) 227-2345

Aging and Disability

Department of Aging and Disability (DADS)

Help with health care services, caregivers, transportation and financial services
(855) YES-ADRC / (855) 937-2372

Smoking Cessation

Department of State Health Services -

Tobacco Prevention and Control Branch

(512) 776-7111

American Lung Association


Obesity Prevention

State Obesity Prevention Program

(512) 776-7111

Center for Disease Control and Prevention

(800) CDC-INFO / (800) 232-4636
(888) 232-6348

Diabetes Management

Texas Diabetes Prevention & Control Program

(512) 776-7490

American Diabetes Association

(800) DIABETES / (800) 342-2383

Heart Disease & Stroke

Texas Health and Human Services -  

Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention

(512) 776-7111

American Heart Association

(800) AHA-USA-1 / (800) 242-8721

Catastrophic Injury Support Groups
Amputee Coalition
(888) 267-5669, ext. 1

Get Your Limb On

(830) 433-9188

Lone Star Paralysis Foundation

Texas Burn Survivor

(210) 824-8499

VisionAware Support Group

Mental health

Get counseling and mental health support specifically for veterans, substance abuse, or speak with a crisis counselor.

Suicide and Crisis Hotlines and Chat
(800) SUICIDE / (800) 784-2433

Substance Abuse

(877) 541-7905


Dial 211 from any phone

Veterans Crisis Line

(800) 273-8255

Other resources

All services rendered from the resources offered above are the responsibility of the organization that offers them and not Texas Mutual.