Crisis Hotline: (915) 779-1800
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 2022 Annual Report by clicking on the following link http://www.ehnannualreport.org
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Emergence Health Network Videocast/Podcasts
Emergence Health Network is proud to bring you its Mindful of Your Health videocast. Watch and learn about EHN services and hear valuable tips from our experts on a variety of mental health issues. To access the vodcast click on the Learn More button.
This is Wellness podcast explores a variety of topics aimed at enhancing the mental well-being of you and your family. Season Two is dedicated to all things “real-life” wellness as discussed with our mental health experts. To access the podcast click the Learn More button.
EHN Featured on KFOX Vodcast
Chief Clinical Officer at Emergence Health Network, Celeste Nevarez was the guest on the KFOX Vodcast “The Breakdown” hosted by Brad Montgomery.
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.
2022 Mental Health Awareness Month
Emergence Health Network together with its community partners at El Paso County Commissioners Court and NAMI El Paso presented a resolution declaring May 2nd the start of Mental Health Awareness Month 2022.