Intensive and Crisis Services
Crisis Services provides mental health emergency support
24-hours a day, 365 days a year and is the first point of contact to begin eligibility
Call 817-335-3022 or 1-800-866-2465. Staff provides support, information, referrals,
and/or crisis intervention referals, if needed. More Information
Intensive Services Team (IST) provides crisis intervention
for persons experiencing psychiatric emergencies and with the goal of maintaining
them in the community.
Inpatient Services are provided by MHMRTC through contracts
with area hospitals.
Safe Haven Supportive Services Program is a collaborative
effort between Homeless Services of MHMRTC, Presbyterian Night Shelter and the Safe
Haven Project. The people who are served by this program are seriously mentally
ill and homeless, but who currently reside at the Safe Haven. The program is geared
towards those who have been unable or unwilling to participate in supportive services
and who have also been difficult to engage into treatment.
Simon Transitional Housing Supportive Services is a
collaborative effort between MHMRTC Homeless Services and The Salvation Army Simon
Transitional Housing Project. The focus is psychiatric treatment, transitional housing,
and therapeutic rehabilitation services to residents of the Simon Project.
Bryan Avenue Clinic Outpatient services are provided
for individuals who are homeless in the Tarrant County Area. The services provided
include, symptom management, rehabilitation therapies, case management, supportive
housing, eligibility determination and patient and family education.