Crisis Services
EHN Mental Health Crisis and Emergency Services are available 24-hours, seven days a week for anyone who is having a difficult time coping with life challenges. Services can be accessed at our 1601 Yandell Dr. location or by calling the 24-hour crisis hotline at 915-779-1800.
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Addiction Services
EHN offers multiple programs to assist individuals with substance misuse and achieve long term recovery. This includes a Medicated-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Program which uses medication along with counseling and behavioral strategies to help treat substance use disorders.
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Mental Health Services
EHN provides a wide array of mental health services for adults and children who have schizophrenia, depression, bipolar disorder, substance use disorders and other behavioral health conditions.
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Counseling Services
EHN offers counseling services for individuals, families, groups, and couples that includes children who may need help with behavioral issues, eating disorders, grief and loss, marriage counseling, PTSD, anxiety, and other challenging life experiences.
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Developmental Disabilities Services
EHN provides a wide array of services to individuals with different levels of intellectual/developmental disabilities and helps to foster their development and skills needed to live as independently and efficiently as possible.
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EHN Integrated Primary Care Clinic
Emergence Health Network’s Westside Clinic offers Integrated Care that includes a team of primary care and behavioral health providers who coordinate mental health, substance misuse, and primary care services at this one location. Integrated care is the most effective approach to caring for people with co-occurring healthcare needs.
Youth Services
EHN is dedicated to ensuring children have the opportunity to achieve their fullest potential. We accomplish this by providing access to an array of effective high quality mental health and counseling services through partnerships with family members, professionals and the community.
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Listen to the Podcast
This is Wellness with Emergence Health Network' is hosted by EHN’s mental health professionals and will address topics related to helping residents improve their overall well-being.
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Mental Health First Aid
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is a free course designed to help participants learn how to respond and assist individuals experiencing a behavioral health concern/crisis.
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El Paso Strong Initiative
Emergence Health Network, along with the El Paso Office of Emergency Management and other local agencies, is proud to be a part of the El Paso Strong community initiative developed to help our community heal following the tragic events of August 3, 2019.

Crisis Hotline: (915) 779-1800
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Covid-19 Community Resources
As global concern with the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Emergence Health Network and its staff continue to assist our community with their mental health, substance use treatment and primary care needs while ensuring safety is a priority.
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Emergence Health Network

Emergence Health Network (EHN) provides trauma-informed care centered around the needs of individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities, behavioral health and/or substance use treatment needs. Designated as the Local Mental Health Authority (LMHA) and Local Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities Authority (LIDDA) in El Paso County, EHN offers a wide array of programs at multiple locations throughout the area. EHN is Joint Commission Accredited and recognized as Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics.  To learn more about EHN and how we serve our community, check out our EHN 2021 Annual Report by clicking on the following link at http://www.ehnannualreport.org 

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2021 Annual Report

Did you know in 2021 Emergence Health Network dedicated more than $8 million dollar to services to help individuals experiencing a mental health crisis? To view our 2021 Annual Report and learn more about how EHN is working to serve our community click on the Read More button.

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