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The El Paso Veterans One Stop Center in Northeast El Paso is located in the heart of the city with the highest concentration of veterans in the community. The “one-stop” concept was created to help veterans and their family’s access support services at a centralized location. EHN received grant money from the Texas Veterans Commission (TVC) and Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) for the development of the resource center in the El Paso area.
These agencies at the center include programs such as The Veterans Business Association, The Military Veteran Peer Network, DAV Chapter 187, Grand Canyon University and National University. Along with these organizations, the Veteran One Stop can provide Veterans, dependents and surviving family members with referrals to partnering agencies who also provide supportive services.
This program is supported by grants from the Texas Veterans Commission Fund for Veterans’ Assistance and Health and Human Services. The Fund for Veterans’ Assistance, through TVC, provides grants to organizations serving veterans and their families.
A variety of EHN Counseling Services are available for veterans and their families.. This includes services for children ages 3-17 and adults 18 and over who may help with behavioral issues, eating disorders, grief and loss, marriage counseling, PTSD, depression, anxiety, ADHD, LGBTQ and anger issues, family conflict ,self –esteem and other life experiences.
Peer support specialists are people in recovery who work to help others get well. Peer support specialists are different than therapists or doctors because they have lived personal experience. Peer support specialists are living proof that recovery is real. Their role at Emergence is to share their experience with clients to inspire and assist with their own recovery.
The EHN MVPN program is a state funded program offered through EHN that is dedicated to supporting and empowering Texas veterans and their families through fellowship, peer support and the sharing of community resources.
Location: 7760 Alabama Street
EHN offers a variety of programs to help our veterans achieve long-term recovery. Through the EHN Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program clients receive individualized treatment based on individual needs. Treatment is provided in a confidential environment by a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor. This includes free screenings to assess whether an individual needs to be referred to a substance abuse treatment program for help.
EHN also provides a treatment program for people addicted to opioids, along with services such as a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
To learn more click here EHN Addiction Services
Location: 7760 Alabama Street
Emergence Health Network now offers more options when it comes to meeting the mental health and substance abuse treatment needs of veterans in the El Paso community. Alternatives Centre began operating in El Paso in 1995 and is now part of EHN’s system of care. The programs at Alternatives at EHN are offered to adults dealing with depression, anxiety, and other problems that impact an individual’s work, family or daily functioning. This includes family violence, substance abuse, parenting challenges and anger issues. Many of the programs at Alternatives at EHN also satisfy court mandated attendance.
To learn more click here Alternatives at EHN