MHMR of Tarrant County information provided by: Tarrant Cares

My Health My Resources of Tarrant County (MHMR) provides behavioral health, ECI and intellectual and developmental disability (IDD) services for Tarrant and surrounding counties.

MHMR provides crisis services 24/7 by text or by phone at 817-335-3022 or 800-866-2465.

To get started, call us at 817-335-3022 or 800-866-2465.

MHMR Programs and Services with locations across the county include the following:

Behavioral Health: Mental Health
• 24-hour crisis support and call center
• Assessment and screening
• Behavioral health services for special populations such as veterans and people in the criminal justice (forensic) system such as jail and on parole / probation with mental illness as well as juvenile offenders.
• Bipolar disorder
• Case coordination, case management and service coordination
• Community Center, a day drop-in center
• Competency restoration
• Counseling
• Depression
• Dual diagnosis
• In-home intervention for ages 3-17 years
• Inpatient services in connection with community hospitals
• Intake, screening and referral
• Medically supervised detoxification, or detox, for adults
• Medication management
• Mental health warrants
• Mobile crisis outreach
• Psychiatric evaluation
• Rehab
• Residential treatment and training
• Respite
• Schizophrenia
• Short-term crisis respite for adolescents, women and men
• Short-term residential treatment and intensive outpatient counseling
• Suicide awareness and prevention
• Supported employment
• Supported housing
• Telemedicine
• Transportation, My Ride, navigation services
• Children’s trauma services
• Clinic and community services for youth, children
• Group therapy
• Integrated health care clinic for people living in homelessness
• Peer support and services
• Psychiatric Evaluation and Treatment
• Psychiatric inpatient units
• Transition living support
• Youth medication management for disorders such as ADHD, mood disorders, and psychosis, and diagnoses of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Behavioral Health: Substance Use Disorder
• Medically supervised detoxification, or detox, for adults
• Residential treatment and training
• Short-term residential treatment and intensive outpatient counseling
• Substance Use Disorder services for people with addiction and drug use and abuse
• The Campus: residential treatment for substance use disorder and chemical dependence
• Bilingual services
• Clinic and community services for youth, children
• Group therapy
• HIV case management
• HIV outreach
• Peer support and services
• Transition living support
• Transportation (My Ride) navigation services

Intellectual and Developmental Disability Services (IDD)
• Adult Day Activity for adults with IDD, or “day hab’
• Group homes for adults with IDD
• Peer support and services
• Service coordination for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) for diagnosis such as Down Syndrome, CP and Autism (formerly diagnoses for mental retardation)
• Supported employment for adults with behavioral health diagnosis and IDD
• Transportation (My Ride) navigation services

Early Childhood Services (age 0-6)
• Access to ECI Services (817-446-8000)
• Audiology/Hearing
• Assistive Technology
• Behavioral Intervention
• Case Management or Service Coordination
• Counseling
• Early Childhood Intervention (ECI)
• Family Education
• Family Strengthening
• Health Services
• Infant Massage
• Nursing
• Nutrition and Feeding
• Occupational Therapy
• Pediatric Therapy
• Physical Therapy
• Social Work
• Specialized Skills Training
• Speech & Language Therapy
• Transition to Services Beyond ECI
• Translation/Interpretation

Alias:
My Health My Resources of Tarrant County

Area(s) Served:
Tarrant County; some programs provides services outside of Tarrant County

Target Group:
Varies according to program

Fees:
Fees vary by service; if no insurance, fee assessed based on the ability to pay; families may be asked to pay a Family Cost Share for The Early Childhood Intervention Program if no insurance, Medicaid

Application Process:
Varies according to program

Eligibility Requirements:
Varies according to program

Record last updated: Aug 11 2017 12:08PM
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Addresses

  • 3840 Hulen St
    North Tower
    Fort Worth, TX 76107
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Phone Numbers

  • Toll Free
    800-866-2465
    24/7
  • 817-335-3022
    24/7

FAX

  • Administration Fax
    817-569-4499

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