24/7 Mental Health Crisis Hotline

1 (800) 633-5686

Adult Mental Health Specialized Programs

We deliver life-changing mental health specialized services to those who need them most.

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)

If eligible for ACT, a clinical team will provide intensive monitoring and follow-up addressing your current needs including assistance in accessing medical, social, educational, housing, employment and other support services. Your team will work with you to develop a recovery plan to help stabilize symptoms, improve functioning, increase natural supports and develop necessary skills to help you succeed in the community. You will receive additional training on self-administration of medication, determining the effectiveness of your medication and help identifying side effects with the medication you are taking. These services are intensive and community based. A team member will be meeting with you at least weekly and more often as needed.

Coordinated Specialty Care for First Episode Psychosis

Coordinated Specialty Care (CSC) is designed to meet the needs of individuals with an early onset of psychosis. Research shows that if an individual gets the right help within the first year, there is a good chance they will learn to manage the illness and live a more normal life. CSC emphasizes shared decision-making and a recovery-focused approach. The CSC model is team-based and provides a comprehensive selection of treatment and support services to keep individuals on the path to recovery.
Coordinated Specialty Care is for individuals ages 15-30 who have a psychotic disorder diagnosed within the past two years.

Home and Community Based Services – Adult Mental Health (HCBS-AMH)

Home and Community Based Services – Adult Mental Health is a program that provides home and community based services to adults with serious mental illness.  The program provides an array of services to meet each individual’s needs.  This helps the individual to live and experience successful tenure in their chosen community.  Services are designed to support long term recovery from mental illness.  Although Texana Center is not a provider for HCBS-AMH, Texana Center does manage the inquiry line for Texana’s six county catchment area and make referrals to the HCBS-AMH program.

Texans 18 or older with a mental illness and Medicaid, may be eligible if they meet one of the following criteria:

  • Spent three or more of the past five years in a psychiatric hospital
  • Had four or more arrests in the past three years and a history of mental health crisis
  • Had 15 or more emergency room visits in the past three years and a history of mental health crisis

If you would like to be assessed for HCBS-AMH, call the Inquiry Hotline at (281) 239-1485 and press option 2.

Criminal Justice Involved Projects

Adult TCOOMMI Project

The Adult Project works collaboratively with the Adult Probation Departments in Colorado and Fort Bend counties and with the Rosenberg District Parole Office to jointly provide intensive case management services to clients with a serious and persistent mental illness who are currently on probation or parole. The focus of intensive services is to keep individuals in treatment to stabilize their mental illness, meet probation/parole requirements, integrate into the community, and prevent hospitalization, recidivism and incarceration.

SB292 Fort Bend County Project

Texana Center received a grant from the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) in collaboration with Fort Bend County to provide services to those individuals who have been incarcerated in the last 12 months with high propensity for recidivism and who are Fort Bend County residents. This program serves adults with serious and persistent mental illness who have experienced multiple psychiatric hospitalizations. This project expands the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) to the forensic (criminal justice involved) population also known as Forensic Assertive Community Treatment (FACT). Additionally, Texana collaborates with Fort Bend Regional Council to meet the substance use needs of those served. In addition to FACT services, the team has access to flexible funds to use for transportation, transitional housing, emergency food, clothing, etc. to meet the needs of those in the project.