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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.

Youth Services

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EHN services clients with different levels of intellectual/developmental
disabilities including dualdiagnosis, Down syndrome and autism. Our goal
is to ensure that our IDD consumers have the best possible opportunity to
be active and productive members of the El Paso community. The IDD
services offered at EHN help to foster their development and help them
live as independently and efficiently as possible through a wide array of
programs.

Developmental Disabilities Services

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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 a situation. Individuals can access the services
by calling the EHN Crisis Hotline, going to our Extended Observation
Unit, or by visiting the Crisis and Emergency location at 1600 Montana.
EHN has mental health professionals ready to help when life becomes
overwhelming.

Crisis Services

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EHN provides a wide array of mental health services for adults and
children who have schizophrenia, major depression disorder, bipolar
disorder, substance use disorder and other severely disabling mental
health conditions.

Mental Health Services

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Millions of people in the United States struggle with the abuse of
alcohol and legal/illegal drugs. With appropriate treatment long
-term recovery is possible. EHN and its Licensed Chemical
Dependency Counselors understand the challenges that face
individuals with addiction problems.

Addiction Services

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EHN now offers more options when it comes to meeting the mental
health and substance abuse treatment needs of the community
through its Alternatives at Emergence Health Network center located
in Northeast El Paso.

Alternatives at EHN

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Emergence Health Network invites you to view its 2017 Annual Report which highlights the growth and expansion of programs created to better serve our community.  EHN is proud of its efforts to expand the possibilities when meeting the needs of our population with mental health, intellectual/developmental disabilities, and substance use disorder diagnosis.

Click here to view the http://ehnannualreport.org/17

Emergence Health Network will be auctioning office furniture, computer equipment, one 8-passenger van, five 12-passenger vans, appliances, and other miscellaneous items. Terms of payments will be cash or card.  No previews allowed prior to the auction date. Purchased items and vehicles are required to be picked up or towed same day.  Items not picked up or towed will be disposed of by end of the day at seller’s discretion  Available parking located in front of the building.

EHN Public Auction
Saturday, March 3, 2018
9:00 am 
9609 Carnegie Ave, El Paso, TX 79925

By the Numbers

Emergence Health Network (EHN) is the largest provider for mental health, intellectual/developmental disabilities, and substance abuse treatment services in El Paso County. As one of the 38 Local Mental Health Providers in Texas, EHN is committed to meeting the needs of El Paso residents through a wide array of programs, at more than 20 service locations throughout the area. The “By the Numbers” section reflects up-to-date data of the care provided.

Mental Health Services
Mental Health Services
7,634
Consumers who received mental health services last month at either our Outpatient Clinics and/or through EHN Crisis and Emergency Services.
Intellectual Developmental Disability (IDD) Services
Intellectual Developmental Disability (IDD) Services
1,216
Consumers who received IDD services last month through our EHN IDD programs.
Hospital Diversion Services
Hospital Diversion Services
8,786
Consumers who were diverted last month from care in an inpatient setting and instead redirected to receive appropriate mental health, IDD, substance abuse services.
Individuals on IDD Interest List
Individuals on IDD Interest List
1,732
Number of El Paso residents with an intellectual/developmental disability interested in receiving EHN services but placed on an interest list until services are available.
Jail Diversion Services
Jail Diversion Services
8,782
Number of clients receiving services through EHN who were diverted from unnecessary incarceration and reoffending.
Consumer Satisfaction Results
Consumer Satisfaction Results
90.9%
This percentage shows the number of EHN clients who are satisfied with their care, through monthly satisfaction surveys.
Percentage of Fund Balance
Percentage of Fund Balance
30%
This number represents the percentage of fund balance to annual expenditures as of last month.

Spotlight on Success

IDD Crisis Services

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For El Pasoans with IDD and a co-occurring mental health diagnosis, accessing crisis services can at times be challenging. Their needs are often complex and require specialized intervention.

Emergence Health Network (EHN) has focused clinical resources to help divert dozens of EHN clients with an intellectual/developmental disability (IDD) from a psychiatric hospital and provide more appropriate treatment to assist them in living stable, productive, lives as citizens of our community.

El Pasoan Delfina Martinez is one of them. Delfina has suffered from depression and mild IDD from an early age and experienced many challenges with anger and aggression; often she was misunderstood. Now, thanks to EHN’s specialized IDD programs, life is looking up.

The EHN Team members go through extensive training to learn how to strengthen systems linkages, fill service gaps for IDD consumers and recognize the cause behind the behavior. Most importantly, they work to prevent unnecessary hospital stays. “Prior to this service being established in El Paso, individuals who had a developmental disability that went into crisis would go through exactly the same system as an individual with a mental health diagnosis that experienced a crisis. They would go to an emergency room and again our emergency rooms are not equipped to really handle physiatrist crisis, not to mention a developmental disability behavioral crisis,” said Kristi Daugherty, CEO Emergence Health Network.

Delfina has gone from being hopeless to hopeful. “Before I was thinking that nobody cared about me, my family or anything and when START got involved there was a lot of people who did care about me and they helped me fight my depression,” said Delfina Martinez. “Now that I feel better I can communicate with my kids, with my family. When I was doing bad they didn’t want to be around me so now they go and visit.”

Click on the link to learn more our EHN IDD Programs https://emergencehealthnetwork.org/intellectualdevelopmental-disabilities-idd-services/

915 Cares Campaign

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Emergence Health Network is proud to be a part of a new city-wide initiative in El Paso to help prevent suicides.  EHN has teamed up with local school districts to create the 915 Cares Campaign which includes suicide prevention posters that are now displayed in schools throughout the city and display the EHN Crisis/Suicide Prevention Hotline number. “The collaboration between our school districts has been amazing. Suicides are on the rise in our city, but together we can make a difference and as a community we can work to save lives and offer hope. EHN is honored to be involved in such an important initiative,” said Kristi Daugherty, CEO Emergence Health Network.

The awareness campaign will also include several short videos featuring parents, students, and behavioral health experts from El Paso who all want to share their message and make sure residents of all ages know that help is available and that suicide is preventable. To learn more click on the 915 Cares social media sites below.

Spotlight Video

Emergence Health Network launched a innovative mobile phone application called Mental Health and You.  It was created to improve access to mental health services in the area and to help the El Paso community as a whole, better understand mental illnesses. To get the app, just go to the mobile app store and download it for free.  To learn more about the app and its purpose click on the video.

Did you know?

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Did you know that Emergence Health Network offers a Coordinated Specialty Care Program for First Episode Psychosis?  First episode psychosis simply refers to the first time someone experiences symptoms. Of the majority of people who experience psychosis, the first symptoms typically occur between the ages of 16 and 25, yet it is common for a person to have the symptoms for several months, sometimes more than a year before receiving treatment. However, reducing this time of untreated psychosis is important for a better recovery.

To learn more click here Coordinated Specialty Care Program

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Please call us at 1-844-225-7254 or 915-877-3410.
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