May is Mental Health Awareness Month! Check the calendar to see our Public Events!
At ACCESS, we provide services to children and adults living with mental illness. Living with a mental illness can seem to be an immovable obstacle to the person diagnosed, as well as to their family and friends...
The IDD Authority services strive to assess, monitor, provide crisis intervention and coordinate services for children and adults with developmental disabilities, intellectual developmental disabilities, related conditions, and pervasive developmental disorders such as Asperger’s and Autism.
MCOT provides immediate response to individuals experiencing suicidal thoughts, homicidal thoughts, psychosis, or other perceived crises. The MCOT team works closely with law enforcement, local agencies, judges, hospitals and schools to provide assistance when called upon.
The Y.E.S. Waiver’s vision is to see communities across Texas make a commitment to better serve children and youth with serious mental health conditions and their families. The Y.E.S. Waiver a Medicaid Waiver that allows for more flexibility in the funding of intensive community based services for children and adolescents with severe emotional disturbances and their families.
ACCESS provide PASRR services to individuals who are seeking placement to a nursing facility or reside in a nursing facility (NF). An individual must have a diagnosis of an intellectual disability, related condition, or a mental illness. Here is how it works.
The services for the Substance Abuse Program at ACCESS include screenings, treatment plans, individual and group counseling. We are here to assist individuals recovering from alcohol and other drug addictions. Referrals are made from Probation, CPS, Parole, ACCESS, medical facilities, treatment facilities and from the community.
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