Psychiatric and Related Services

Aliviane-Men’s Facility

10690 Socorro Rd.

(915) 858-6208 (Inpatient facility)

(915) 779-3764 (Outpatient facility)

(915) 782-4000 (Admin M-F)

M-F 8:00am – 5:00pm for admission aliviane.org

Residential Program – Open 24 hours/day Intake: Mary Molinar (depends on clinic)

Accept: Sliding scale and Medicaid; insurance

Services: Individual and group therapy for drug/alcohol issues and dual diagnosis. Intense case management, individual, and group therapy.

Family therapy upon request and only if related to drug/alcohol problem.

Inpatient average stay: 60 days; Max 90 days Bilingual therapists available.

Army Community Services

Family Advocacy Program

2494 Ricker (on Ft. Bliss)

(915) 568-9129

(915) 568-9134

M-F 7:30am – 4:30 pm

bliss.armymwr.com

Family Advocate Program: Anyone affiliated with the military must present military ID. Services provided on a walk-in basis.

Domestic Violence hotline: (915) 269-2013

Sexual Assault hotline: (915) 245-8991

Services: Classes are provided. Times and dates vary each month. These include marriage, stress management, life skills, parenting classes. Individuals must call for class times and dates. Check website for more info.

New Parent Support Program (NPSP): parent education and support services

Aliviane Women and Children Treatment Program

7722 North Loop

(915) 782-4014

M-F 8:00am – 6:00pm (for assessment)

Pregnant Postpartum Intervention (PPI) (915) 782-4032

aliviane.org

Residential Program – Open 24 hours/day Director: Ricki Estrada

Accept: Medicaid. Insurance, and sliding fee scale

Services: Individual and group therapy for drug/alcohol issues, and dual diagnosis. Intense case management, individual and group therapy. Family therapy is provided at the Behavioral Health.

Bilingual therapists available. Inpatient average stay: 30-90 days

Accept children with their mother, however, the limit is 2 children, ages 12 and under. Children’s therapist available. Must have custody of child and be TX resident.

Pregnant Postpartum Intervention (PPI): Program provides case management. The program follows the patient for 12 months within the community.

Community Counseling Center

785 Anthony Dr. Anthony, NM (575) 882-5100

M-F 8:00am – 5:00pm

Accept: Only New Mexico insurances. If paying out of pocket, inquire if payment plan available.

Psychiatric services also available. Call for an appointment.

El Paso Psychiatric Center

4615 Alameda

(915) 532-2202

Open 24 hours      http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/mhhospitals/ElPasoPC/

Accept: Medicaid, Medicare and insurance Services: Inpatient treatment for adults and children under 17 & under.

First assessed at Emergence Health Network on Montana St.

Emergence Health Network Outreach, Screening, Assessment and Referral

To schedule a confidential appointment, please call:

(915)747-3605 Ext. 15155

Fax: (915) 757-2621

OSAR@ehnelpaso.org 9565 Diana Drive

El Paso, Texas 79924 Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Services: Through the OSAR program, which is the first point of contact for those who are seeking substance abuse treatment, individuals can receive free confidential services by licensed chemical dependency counselors. Regardless of pay source, OSAR will provide a screening, assessment, referrals, placement, and follow up for drug treatment services to 13-years and older Texas residents.

Services are available for adults ages 18 or older and to minors ages 13-17 with parental consent.

A qualified professional Licensed Dependency Counselor is available to conduct assessments and will be able to help you with a treatment plan. When applying you will need the following documents:

  • Texas Identification Card (Parent’s ID for minors)
  • Current utility bill, rental lease contract, or monthly mortgage statement
  • All proofs of income: 2 current paycheck stubs
  • SNAP (Food Stamp) Benefit letter
  • Medical Insurance Cards (Medicaid, Medicare, or Private Insurance)
  • Social Security Benefit Information

El Paso Vet Center

1155 Westmoreland Suite 121

(915) 772-0013

M 8:00am – 4:30pm T-F 8:00am – 7:00pm

Sat 8:00am – 12:00pm

www.VetCenters.va.gov

Services: Mainly deal with combat veterans. Individual, group, couple’s and family therapy. Assistance with claims for benefits. Bilingual therapists available.

Call for appointment.

Requirements: Bring in a copy of DD214

Emergence Health Network

1600 Montana

24 hour Crisis Line (915) 779-1800

(915) 887-3410 (Central administration office and customer relations number)

Please visit website for updated info: www.emergencehealthnetwork.org

Outpatient Clinics in various areas (8am-5pm) Accept: Medicaid, Medicare and most insurances Services: Depends on diagnosis and state mandates. Crisis screenings are free of charge.

Medication monitoring and case management are offered if person qualifies for services.

Therapy groups are provided as needed.

Person is screened and evaluated to determine if they are sent to EPPC, PEAK (in Santa Teresa, NM) or EPBHS (formerly UBH).

La Clinica de Familia New Mexico

100 West Gridds Las Cruces, NM (575) 647-2800

Crisis Line 1-800-964-1542

M-F 8:00am – 5:00pm

www.lcdfnm.org

Accept: Sliding scale, Medicaid, and private insurance.

Services: Individual, group, family & childern’s therapy. Outpatient mental health therapy & outpatient substance abuse program. Bilingual therapists available.

Other programs:, Anger management and parenting classes. Mobile crisis services and case management. Call to schedule an intake appointment.

Walk-in available.

BHSB Grant: if no money and no insurance

University Medical Center

OSAR Alcohol and Drug Screening and Assessment 5959 Gateway West Suite 520

(915) 521-7818

M – F 8:00am – 5:00pm

Hotline: 877-966-3784

Referrals are done as needed

Individuals placed on waiting list, first come first serve basis

Can call to make an appointment Screenings/Interviews are free 13 years and older

Documents required: I.D., proof of residence and a work stub or proof of any source of income Program Manager: Armando Salas (915) 521-7026

Contact Person: Sandra Rodriguez srodriguez@umcelpaso.org

Texas Tech Department of Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

4615 Alameda (within EPPC) (Basement)

(915) 215-5850

M-F 8:00a.m – 5:00pm

Contact: (915) 215-5867

Services: Psychiatric evaluations and medication monitoring

Intake done by phone, not a walk-in clinic; appointment is set up if criteria is met.

Bilingual services.

University Medical Center Emergency Room

4815 Alameda

Open 24 hours

(915) 521-7700

If an individual is in need of immediate psychiatric services:

The individual will be evaluated by an ER physician who will then determine the need for psychiatric services. A Texas Tech psychiatrist from EPPC will be contacted to further evaluate the individual and

provide the necessary follow-up.

Trinity Center of El Paso

8716 Independence St. El Paso, TX 79907 (915) 772-9111

homewardboundinc.org

Services: Provide rehabilitation services through detox programs such as Residential Detoxification and Ambulatory Detoxification. Government Funded: Sliding scale available

Intensive Residential Services: 28 day treatment in our residential setting that facilitatates recovery from substance dependence. Also for patients who experience mental disorders and substance abuse simultaneously.

Outpatient Services: Group Meetings, relapse prevention, and individual group sessions. Individuals are referred out for outpatient services.

Accepts: Sliding scale; state funded

 

VA Behavioral Healthcare Center>

5001 N. Piedras

(attached to William Beaumont Army Medical)

(915) 564-6100

Press 2 for Appointment & Scheduling Press 4 for Eligibility Inquiries

Eastside Community-Based Outpatient Clinic

2400 Trawood

(915) 217-2428

Las Cruces Community-Based Outpatient Clinic

1635 Don Roser

(575) 522-1241

M-F 8:00am – 4:45pm

elpaso.va.gov

Services: Individual, and group counseling for veterans and their families.

Drug/alcohol counseling, military sexual trauma, PTSD, some support groups for Iraq and Afghanistan returning veterans CWT (Counseling and work therapy) is provided as needed

Disabled American Veterans Commission provides transportation, rehabilitation for those with disabilities Bilingual therapists

Documents needed: DD214, another form of identification.

Call for an intake.