Mental Health Connection puts you in touch with job openings and internships in the mental health field at member agencies.
Wide range of services for children and families in crisis, including: Residential care; respite care; prevention services; emergency shelter.
Assessments, case management and group counseling for confirmed victims of child abuse and their protecting parents.
Service driven organization with focus to end poverty. Children’s services, clinical counseling, emergency financial assistance and case management.
Diagnostic and treatment services for children who have or are at risk for developmental disabilities and related behavioral and emotional problems. Dental services and special education for children with disabilities.
Inpatient treatment for children 2 years through 12 years; partial hospitalization program for children and adolescents 6 years through 17 years; outpatient services.
People united through God to enhance the physical, emotional, and spiritual well being of at-risk children and families. Adoption and foster care services, post adoption services, and behavioral health services.
Four locations link FWISD students and their families to mental health resources: FRC Northside; FRC Forest Oak; FRC Riverside; FRC Western Hills.
Multi-site program serving girls in our community. Initiatives include: Literacy; self-esteem; peer relationships; bullying; career/college readiness.
24-hour psychiatric emergency room, crisis stabilization, short-term treatment and family education for adults and adolescents ages 13 through 17. Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinics located in Stop Six, Northeast and Viola M. Pitts/Como.
Family, individual, and group counseling. Outpatient substance abuse treatment and parenting groups. School and community based services; Early Learning Center program for children ages 2 ½ to 5 years old; Chapel Hill Academy Charter School for grades pre-K through 5th; Juvenile Justice Alternative Education.
Mental health information and referral available by phone and on the web site.Community education and training, peer support and supported employment services for persons with mental illness. Advocacy and long-term-care ombudsman services.
72-bed behavioral health hospital offering inpatient and outpatient mental health and addiction treatment to adults, adolescents and their families. Evidence-based treatment using a program-centered approach. Program curriculum includes: Web-based COGNIT; Good Days Ahead; Hazelden Co-Occurring Disorders Program.
Serves Tarrant County citizens with mental illness, mental retardation, autism, addiction and early childhood developmental delays. Services include: Crisis line; mental health; early childhood intervention; intellectual development; addiction services; training; transportation; veteran.
Inpatient and outpatient mental health and chemical dependency care for children, adolescents, adults and senior adults; specialty programs; research department; ECT.
Provides a link between substance abuse services and adults, youth and families in need.Case management and behavioral health services to those seeking help with substance abuse and mental health issues.
Welcomes refugees, immigrants, and other displaced people. Supports them in integrating and thriving in their new communities.
Provides shelter and supports for adults and children who are victims of domestic violence 24-hour care at two emergency shelters in Arlington and Fort Worth to families fleeing violent situations. After shelter housing programs, life skills education, and employment assistance.
A supportive community providing housing and resources for positive change in the lives of persons living with HIV/AIDS and other special needs. Housing services, case management, substance abuse counseling, employment and life skills assistance.
Substance abuse prevention, intervention and counseling services for adolescents and their families.
Inpatient and outpatient program for children ages 5 to 18 years and their families. Programs address eating disorders, aggressive behavior, anxiety, depression, Bipolar Disorder, sexual abuse, self-injury, family conflict, grief and loss, suicidal thoughts, school problems, ADHD and dual diagnosis.
Urban county in northeast Texas with approximately 1.8 million citizens. Fort Worth serves as the county seat.
Coordinates efforts throughout the county to prevent and treat the disease of addiction: Needs assessment; community education; advocacy; resource mobilization; collaboration.
Individual clinical art therapy, ongoing art therapy groups, and therapeutic arts program.
Counseling, including play therapy for children, parent education, case management and a telephone Parenting Advice Line (P.A.L.).
Crisis counseling, rape crisis and victims services, problem solving assistance, information and referral, individual and group counseling.
Partner with organizations and agencies through evidence-based programs that make a measurable impact on the Tarrant County community. Focus on education, income, and health in our community.
Graduate academic medical centers, with five schools that specialize in patient-centered education, research and health care, dedicated to training tomorrow's health care providers.
Educating leaders to create community partnerships for promoting a just society. Recruit, retain and graduate high quality BSW, MSSW and Ph.D. students.
Serves individuals and families across a continuum of needs, but specializes in working with those who are at highest risk. Focus on serving the most marginalized youth, adults and their families, those most at-risk of or currently in out-of-home placements, such as secure detention, jails, residential treatment centers, group homes, etc.