Hill College encourages students to make healthy lifestyle choices, advocates for a campus community that supports students’ well-being, and provides referrals to meet students’ health needs. College can be stressful and demanding, and students may need assistance with personal, social, emotional, financial and adjustment concerns.


AbuseLawsuit.com 844.210.7054
Disability Rights of Texas 800.252.9108
Domestic Violence Hotline 800.799.7233
Family Crisis Center for Johnson County, 660 CR 903, Cleburne, TX 817.558.7171
Family & Protective Services 800.252.5400
Human Trafficking Hotline 888.373.7888

Alastair's Recovery Quarters, Cleburne, TX 817.818.9900


OSARS, Blue Bonnet Trails, Alcohol and Drug Referral 800.841.1255

Cenikor 888.236.4567

College Binge Drinking

College Drinking - Changing the Culture


Foundation for a Drug-Free World

Narcotics Anonymous 888.629.6757

National Institute on Drug Abuse

Substance Abuse Hotline 800.662.4357

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission

Texas Inpatient Drug Rehab Centers

Texas state law states that beginning January 1, 2012, all entering students 22 years of age or younger are required to show evidence of an initial bacterial meningitis vaccine or a booster during the five-year period preceding and at least 10 days prior to the first day of the first semester in which the student initially enrolls at an institution.

Human coronaviruses most commonly spread from an infected person to others through:

  • respiratory droplets release into the air by coughing and sneezing; 
  • close personal contact, such as touching or shaking hands;
  • touching an object or surface with the virus on it, then touching your mouth nose or eyes; and
  • rarely, fecal contamination
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Texas Department of State Health Services
COVID -19 Mental Health Support Line, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: 833.986.1919
Dental Referral Service 800.511.8663
Texas Help Steps Program, under age 21: 877.847.8377
Center for Discovery 855-668-8035
Eating Disorder Solutions 469-291-0736
Eating Recovery Center of Dallas 972-362-2429

Ebola is spread through direct contact with a person or animal with the Ebola virus.  A patient must have the symptoms to spread the disease.

Texas Department of State Health Services

Family Abuse Center 800.283.8401
Homeless Veteran Outreach 877.424.3838
Mission Waco, Meyers Center 254.296.9866
Salvation Army 254.756.7271
Alvarado Helping Hands for Jesus, 404 N. Parkway, Alvarao, TX 817.783.2701
Food Stamp Application: yourtexasbenefits.com
Food Stamp Fraud 800.436.6184
Food Stamp Inquiry Hot Line 877.541.7905
Food Stamps/SNAP, Bosque County 254.435.2302
Food Stamps/SNAP, Hill County 254.582.5321
Replacement/Lost Food Stamp Card 800.777.7328
Harvest House, 349 NW Renfro St, Burleson, TX 817.295.6252
Operation Blessin, 105 George St, Cleburne, TX 817.645.8511
Promises Community Ministry, 140 NW Renfro St, Burleson, TX 817.295.9384

Hill College supports students by providing information, services and resources that will help students make good decisions about their health and well-being. 

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

AIDS/HIV Hotline 800.299.2437

American Cancer Society 800.227.2345

American Diabetes Association 888.342.2383

American Heart Association 888.433.7220

Americans with Disabilities 800.514.0301

American Red Cross

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 800.232.4636

Family Doctor.org

Go Ask Alice!

National Institutes of Health

Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services

United States Consumer Product Safety Commission

Web MD

National Do Not Call Registry 888.382.1222
National Runaway Safeline 800.786.2929
Runaway Hotline 800.421.8336