Location: 8500 BOEING DR.
Through the ChAMHPs clinic, EHN provides mental health services for children and adolescents ages 3 years to seventeen who suffer from a variety of emotional disturbances which cause severe emotional and/or social disabilities. Through ChAMHPs, children who turn 18-years-old are also assisted with transitioning to EHN adult mental health clinic if the individual wants to continue with services.
Those services include:
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The YES program is a Medicaid Home and Community Based service waiver that allows for more flexibility in the funding of intensive services to assist children and adolescents with serious emotional disturbances to remain living with their families. It helps in situations where parents have turned to state custody for care when they feel they have reached or exceeded their financial, emotional or health care support resources and are unable to cover the costs of their child or adolescent’s mental health treatment.
Location: 8730 BOEING DR.
EHN provides services to families with young children with developmental delays to make sure these children have the resources and support they need to reach their potential. Research shows that growth and development are most rapid in the early years of life. The earlier problems are identified, the greater the chance of reducing the impact of them
Location: 7760 ALABAMA STREET
EHN offers addiction screening services through the Texas Department of State Health Services’ OSAR (Outreach, Screening, Assessment and Referral) program. Regardless of ability to pay, OSAR staff will meet with an individual, in a confidential setting, to assess whether he or she needs to be referred to a substance abuse treatment program for help. Our Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors ensure that each person is then connected to community drug treatment services. The screening, assessment and referral is free to any Texas residents 13-years and older.
EHN offers counseling services for individuals, families, and groups. This includes children ages 3-17 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.
Our licensed clinicians are trained in several therapeutic approaches to serve the community. All EHN therapists are certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and reflect the principles of a recovery focused model. Our clinical staff is also trained in EMDR, DBT, TF-CBT, Play Therapy, among other modalities.
Location: 1600 Montana Ave.
Multi-Systemic Therapy is offered to juvenile offenders dealing with a behavioral health problem. The service provides comprehensive outreach to address variables such as family, school, and peer groups. EHN therapists are also available to youth and their families 24/7.
915-599-6600 Ext. 12553 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Through its Coordinated Specialty Care (CSC) Program, EHN has mental health providers specially trained in First-Episode Psychosis Treatment. CSC clients are provided with psychotherapy, family support and education, medication management, supported employment, housing, and education, along with case management. The use of Coordinated Specialty Care has shown to more effective at reducing symptoms, improving quality of life and increasing involvement in work and school.
Of the majority of people who experience psychosis, the first symptoms typically occur between the ages of 15 and 25, yet it is common for a person to have psychotic symptoms for several months, sometimes more than a year. However, reducing this time of untreated psychosis is important for a better recovery.
First episode psychosis simply refers to the first time someone experiences psychotic symptoms. During this first time episode, an individual may not understand what is happening because the symptoms can be highly disturbing, confusing and unfamiliar.
The word psychosis is used to describe conditions that affect the mind when a person loses contact with reality because of the onset of a mental illness such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder. These individuals may hear or see things that others do not. Feel fearful or suspicious of others, have difficulty concentrating, withdrawal from family and friends, and/or have disorganized speech, behavior and/or thoughts.