Care for Mental Health Conditions
For more than 50 years, Northwest Texas Healthcare System Behavioral Health has provided mental health treatment to people coming from Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Kansas and Colorado. Located on the campus of Northwest Texas Healthcare System in Amarillo, Texas, we offer treatment services for children, adolescents, adults and seniors.
Whether you or a loved one are experiencing a mental health problem for the first time or have lived with a mental health problem or an addiction for many years, we offer confidential, professional and compassionate care on an inpatient or outpatient basis.
Learn More About Northwest Texas Healthcare System Behavioral Health
Call 800-537-2585 or 806-354-1810 to learn more, or visit our website.
Treatment for Military and First Responders
NWTHS Behavioral Health is honored to serve those brave individuals who serve the public every day. The Uniformed Services Program offers services for active duty military, veterans, law enforcement, fire fighters, emergency medical technicians and uniformed first responders who work in dangerous situations, including some healthcare professionals and those who work in security.
National Law Enforcement Suicide Awareness Day
Northwest Texas Healthcare System Behavioral Health hosted a special event in recognition of National Law Enforcement Suicide Awareness Day.
Each person’s treatment is overseen by a team of licensed mental health professionals including psychiatrists, clinical social workers, master’s prepared licensed counselors, certified recreational therapists and psychiatric nurses. Treatment is designed to provide security and structure while simultaneously finding crisis resolution, developing self-awareness, learning coping skills, improving social skills and promoting patient responsibility and autonomy.
The goal of treatment is to teach patients to better manage their emotions, resolve grief over past traumas, express feelings, improve relationships and live their lives with purpose, direction and fulfillment.
What Can You Do for Stress and Anxiety Right Now?
Northwest Texas Healthcare System's Dustin Ho-Gland sat down to talk about dealing with stress and anxiety: