Sabine Valley Center was established in 1970 and was originally created as a result of a need in the community to provide services for individuals with mental illness and mental retardation. The original service area of Gregg and Harrison Counties was expanded in 1976 to include Marion, Rusk, Panola and Upshur Counties. In December, 2006, the center merged with Northeast Texas MHMR Center to become Community Healthcore. This merger added Red River, Bowie and Cass Counties to our catchment area. Community Healthcore provides addiction recovery services to 23 counties in Northeast Texas.

Community Healthcore has expanded from a service system of 12 staff members and an operating budget of $2,180,000 in 1970 to employing over 468 staff members and a budget of over $21 million. The center manages contracts with public, private for-profit and private non-profit providers. More than 75,000 individuals have accessed Community Healthcore’s network of mental health, mental retardation and chemical dependency services since 1970.

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