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.
In addition to the resources below, the Office of Injured Employee Counsel (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.
Explore support services in your community to help you with welfare, government resources, housing and more.
Dial 211 from any phone
Texas Health and Human Services
Find organizations that specialize in job searching and placement, vocational rehabilitation services for individuals with physical or cognitive disabilities, and more.
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.
Get counseling and mental health support specifically for veterans, substance abuse, or speak with a crisis counselor.
All services rendered from the resources offered above are the responsibility of the organization that offers them and not Texas Mutual.