Adult Behavioral Health Outpatient Services
For help with behavioral health crises and emergencies, please call our Crisis Line at 1-800-692-4039.
Assessment services are designed to determine eligibility, treatment needs, and treatment preferences of the individual seeking services.
- SERVICE COORDINATION
Service Coordination provides linkage to medical, social, educational, and other services or supports that help achieve community participation acceptable to each individual. Service Coordination involves assessment, service planning, monitoring and crisis-management.
- MEDICATION-RELATED SERVICES
Medication Related Services are for evaluating prescriptive need and monitoring medication used for psychiatric disorders. Services include pharmacological management, medication monitoring, medication administration and medication training.
- SKILLS TRAINING
Skills Training expands an individual’s independent living and community skills. This training is designed and adapted to the individual’s needs for skill acquisition and is accomplished through face-to-face contact with the individual.
- COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy are face-to-face problem resolution services provided by a licensed practitioner to individual consumers.
- PATH – Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness
The PATH program provides services to an individual of any age who is:
1) Suffering from a serious mental illness or from serious mental illness and has a substance abuse disorder; and is
2) Homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless.
- SUPPORTED HOUSING
Supported Housing services assist individuals with severe and persistent mental illness choose, obtain and keep regular integrated housing (not
agency owned or operated housing). Services also include temporary rental assistance; intensive in-home rehabilitation services, coordination
activities that facilitate access to resources and services that support the consumer with choosing, obtaining or maintaining affordable housing.
- SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT
Supported Employment services provide individualized assistance in choosing employment, integrated work sites in regular community jobs,
long term supports to assist individuals in keeping employment and finding an additional job if necessary.
- ASSERTIVE COMMUNITY TREATMENT (ACT)
The ACT Team is a self-contained program that provides treatment, rehabilitation, and support services. Persons with a chronic or persistent
mental illness, who have a history of multiple hospitalizations, involvement with the judicial system, homeless shelters or community residential
homes are eligible.
- INTENSIVE CRISIS RESIDENTIAL– CRISIS STABILIZATION
Crisis Stabilization is a short-term hospitalization service provided to individuals who are demonstrating a psychiatric crisis which cannot be
stabilized in a less restrictive setting.
- INPATIENT SERVICES
Inpatient Services involve extended hospitalization, which provides 24-hour security during acute psychiatric crisis. The Agency contracts with
Big Spring State Hospital to provide inpatient services when short-term crisis stabilization has not been effective.
- FAMILY EDUCATION
Family Education is a program providing consultation and education to individual families or groups of families regarding mental illness.
Education is also provided to the public in a classroom setting at various locations throughout the 21-county catchment area.
- FIRST EPISODE PROGRAM
Like other health conditions, the sooner symptoms are identified and a treatment program is put into action, the more likely it is for a patient’s overall condition and health status to improve.
- The First Episode Program serves individuals between 15 and 30 years of age.
- The Program is for individuals who are within two years of receiving a diagnosis with psychosis present.
- FEP is for those who are willing to work with a team to achieve their life goals.
- FEP serves individuals who reside in the Amarillo or Hereford area.
- OUTPATIENT SUBSTANCE USE SERVICE
Outpatient substance use treatment emphasizes alcohol, and drug use prevention, through education, counseling, peer supports and other interventions to help individuals maintain sobriety.
For more information, contact:
TPC Amarillo Behavioral Health Clinic
1501 S. Polk
Amarillo, TX 79101
Or your Regional Clinic
Or call our Crisis Line at 359-6699 (toll free 1-800-692-4039)