We believe every individual deserves to be treated with dignity and have the opportunity to achieve goals and dreams. We also understand that life can be difficult. We provide services to give our friends and neighbors the tools to pursue independence, live fulfilled lives, and enjoy meaningful relationships in families and communities.

Good mental health is a building block for well-being.

Mental Health Services

Mental health affects physical and emotional health as well as relationships with others. Mental health concerns are common. Mental health services help people progress toward improvement and recovery. Our services help people deal with mental health issues and achieve improved mental health and well-being.

Early Psychosis & Intervention Counseling (EPIC)

For individuals ages 15-30, newly-diagnosed with schizophrenia, schizoaffective and schizophreniform disorders, delusional disorder, and psychosis NOS.

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Children & Adolescent Mental Health Outpatient

Ages 3-17

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Adult Mental Health Outpatient Services

Adult Mental Health Outpatient Services offers behavioral health services including initial intake assessments, medication...

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Intensive Services - Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) & IST

The ACT and IST treatment team focuses on client individualized recovery plans to address...

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Texas Correctional Office on Offenders with Medical or Mental Impairments (TCOOMMI)

For clients on probation or parole

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A healthy community creates opportunities for everyone to share their gifts and talents and make meaningful contributions.

Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services

Individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (IDD) should be treated with dignity and have opportunities to accomplish their dreams. Our services help individuals with IDD develop skills, achieve greater independence, and live meaningful lives in their families and communities.

Pre-Admission Screening Resident Review (PASRR)

For individuals diagnosed with IDD before the age of 18 and living in a nursing facility

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Community Living & Support Services (CLASS)

Community Living &Support Services (CLASS) is a program for individuals with an IDD diagnosis...

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Texas Home Living (TxHmL)

Texas Home Living is a Medicaid Waiver program providing services to individuals with Intellectual...

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Community First Choice (CFC)

Community First Choice (CFC) is a Medicaid Entitlement program for individuals with intellectual or...

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ICF/IID Residential Group Home

An ICF/IID program is a residential group home, providing intermediate care facilities for individuals with...

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Home & Community Based Services (HCBS)

Home & Community Based Services (HCBS) is a Medicaid Waiver program for individuals with...

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Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC)

Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs) support the Texas No Wrong Door system by...

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Day Habilitation/Vocational

Person-centered opportunities, skills development, and vocational training

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Heavenly Scent Soap

Heavenly Scent Soap was established in 2018 through a unique partnership between the East...

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Vocational Apprenticeship Program (VAP)

The Vocational Apprenticeship Program seeks to provide training to individuals with intellectual and developmental...

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Healthy families are the cornerstone of a strong community.

Substance Use Services

Continuous or chronic substance use can have harmful effects on individuals and families. Substance use services help individuals overcome chemical dependency and promote recovery.

The Beginning Treatment Center - Longview

Outpatient treatment for Texas residents with substance use disorder diagnosis

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The Beginning Treatment Center - Texarkana

Outpatient treatment for Texas residents with substance use disorder diagnosis

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The Beginning Treatment Center - Tyler

Outpatient treatment for Texas residents with substance use disorder diagnosis

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Kirkpatrick Family Center

90-day treatment center for women and their children

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Co-Occurring Psychiatric Substance Use Disorders (COPSD)

For individuals experiencing both mental health and substance use disorders

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Crisis Services

Life is stressful—and sometimes that stress can be overwhelming. Crisis services can help someone who is in danger of self-harm or harming others or is becoming unable to care for basic self needs like shelter, clothing, and food.

Crisis / Mobile Crisis Team

Assessment to determine services needed by an individual in crisis

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Crisis Intervention Services (CIS)

Out-of-home crisis respite to help individuals with IDD remain in the community

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Regional Crisis Stabilization Unit

The Regional Crisis Stabilization Unit is an inpatient program serving individuals experiencing a mental...

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Mental Health First Aid

One in five US adults and one in six US children and teens (ages 6-17) experience a mental illness or disorder every year. Mental health issues affect individuals and the people who love and care for them. Mental Health First Aid provides training that equips people to recognize and provide initial help to individuals experiencing mental health or substance use disorders. Mental Health First Aid training is for people who care about their family members, friends, and others and want to help their communities become safer and healthier for everyone.

Veteran Mental Health First Aid

Teaches people how to notice and respond to signs of mental health and addiction challenges with a specific focus on cultural factors related to military life

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Adult Mental Health First Aid

Teaches people how to recognize signs of mental health or substance use challenges in adults ages 18 and over, offer initial help, and guide a person toward appropriate care

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Teen Mental Health First Aid

Teaches high school students how to identify, understand, and respond to signs and symptoms of mental health or substance use issues in their friends and peers

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Youth Mental Health First Aid

Teaches family members, school staff, and others how to help an adolescent (age 12-18) who is experiencing a mental health or addictions challenge or is in crisis

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Primary Care Services

Maintaining physical health is important to the well-being of individuals and to the community as a whole. Primary care offers convenient, affordable health care services.

CORE Health Systems

Preventive and comprehensive healthcare services for children and adults

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Individual and community well-being is built just like a house is built.

Prevention and Early Intervention Services

Prevention & Early Intervention (PEI) services provide support for individuals and families who are experiencing stress along with risks and early indicators of issues that could lead to negative outcomes. PEI helps individuals and families reduce causes of these issues and achieve more positive outcomes.

Youth Empowerment Services (YES)

The Youth Empowerment Services (YES) program helps children and youth with serious mental, emotional...

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Early Childhood Intervention (ECI)

For families with children birth through age 3 who have developmental delays, disabilities, or medical diagnoses that may impact development

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Family & Youth Success (FAYS)

Preventive, short-term services for youth and their families

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Parents As Teachers (PAT)

Voluntary, no-cost program for families that are pregnant or have children birth through age 5 not enrolled in full-time school

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Prevention Network for North East Texas (PREV-NET)

Community coalition to reduce and prevent substance use among ages 9-20

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Serving those who have served us.

Veteran Services

Veterans face unique challenges after military service. We’re here to help our veterans live better lives. We are honored to serve those who serve and protect all of us.

East Texas Veteran's Resource Center

Helping East Texas veterans and their families

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Supportive Housing Services

Everyone has the right to live in a stable, accessible home. Stable housing contributes to mental, physical, and emotional health and well-being. Supportive housing services assist people who are experiencing or facing homelessness and may also be experiencing additional health problems.

Tenant-based Rental Assistance (TBRA)

The Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) Program provides funding through general local governments, public housing...

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Cypress Manor and Pegues Place

Cypress Manor and Pegues Place are HUD subsidized properties for individuals with low income...

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Fredonia Rapid Rehousing

For individuals with mental illness who are experiencing homelessness

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HHSC Supportive Housing Rental Assistance

HHSC Supportive Housing Rental Assistance helps qualifying clients of Community Healthcore who are homeless...

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Housing Navigator

Works with housing authorities, builders and developers to increase the amount of affordable and...

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