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Behavioral Health at the Resource Center

If you or someone you love is struggling with a mental health or substance abuse issue, help is available.


Leading the way, Resource Center's Behavioral Health program bridges our communities by providing compassionate, cost-effective and high quality mental health care and services to all people. We are working toward a healthier community.


The Behavioral Health program offers a range of outpatient mental health and substance abuse services for youth, adults, seniors and their families, in a comfortable, safe and healing environment. Striving to ensure services are accessible, the program offers an outpatient location and flexible appointments with same or next day confidential assessments conducted by specialty trained clinical staff.


Resource Center Behavioral Health program is dedicated to improving your overall health and well-being, and believes everybody deserves a happy and satisfying life.

Programs & Services

Medication Management

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Adult Mental Health

Adult Substance Abuse

Adolescent Mental Health

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Individual Counseling

Transgender Counseling

Support Groups

CE Training, Seminars & Workshops

Take the first step - call to speak with one of a resource center healthcare professionals during office hours, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Flexible appointments, in a comfortable, safe, and no pressure environment are offered.


The Behavioral Health Department accepts most major insurance providers and helps you navigate coverage options to ensure you maximize your available benefits. Based on the program or service, with some insurances plans, there may be no out-of-pocket cost to you


Contact Resource Center

Behavioral Health: 214-393-3640

Fax: 214-261-2317

Location

Resource Center Community Center

5750 Cedar Springs Road

Dallas, TX 75235

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For all medical or mental-health emergencies, call 911 immediately, or please safely get to the nearest emergency room. Resource Center Behavioral Health does not offer crisis assessments or crisis-related services.

My Health My Resources (MHMR) has been a provider of quality mental health and intellectual and developmental disability services in Tarrant County since its inception in 1969. It is the second-largest community center in Texas, offering services in the following areas:

Mental health

Intellectual & developmental disabilities

Substance use

Early childhood intervention

Criminal justice system support

Homelessness

Veterans


All of these services are provided in collaboration with our community partners in the public and private sector.

MHMR is one of 39 community centers in Texas.


Originally a small center offering only mental health services, MHMR now provides services at more than 100 sites throughout Tarrant County and surrounding counties. The staff of more than 2,000 includes psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, therapists, case managers, dieticians, volunteers and many others. All are committed to providing services in a way that respects the dignity and basic human rights of the people we serve.

MHMR Visions is the 501c3 nonprofit that raises funds to support people with serious mental health challenges and intellectual disabilities.

MHMR is an independent, local unit of government, as designated in Health & Safety Code Chapter 534.001 – not a state, federal, or county agency. Our work is directed by Susan Garnett, CEO, and a local volunteer board of trustees appointed by the Tarrant County Commissioners Court.

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Core Beliefs 

Respect for persons and families who are active in planning and evaluating their services

Recovery as a life-long process of better health and well-being

Success as positive outcomes for each person

Choice and participation of persons and their families in the planning process

Inclusion in the community through services that promote growth and independence

Safe, ethical and cost-effective services

Best practices in current research in medical, psychosocial and organizational fields such as being trauma-informed

Collaboration with other organizations for better services and efficiencies

HOW TO GET HELP:

Mental health and Substance Use Disorder emergency support is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Call our ICare Crisis Line:

Call or text us 817-335-3022

1-800-866-2465 (Toll free)

817-569-4488 (TTY-TDD number for Hearing Impaired)


If you are in a crisis, the Mobile Crisis Outreach Team provides a combination of face-to-face, 24-hour crisis services to children, adolescents and adults in Tarrant County, including:

Emergency assessment for treatment at a clinic or a community location

Call 911 services if you are dangerous to yourself or others

Urgent care

Crisis follow-up

Relapse prevention