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Organization Phone Number Address Services
Arlington Memorial Hospital 817-960-6100 800 W. Randol Mill Rd.,
Arlington, TX 76012
Services
Contact Crisis Line 972-233-2233
Dallas County MHMR 214-743-1200
Dallas Suicide Hotlines 214-828-1000 (emergency)
866-672-5100 (emergency)
214-824-7023
John Peter Smith Hospital 817-921-3431
817-927-1088 (emergency)
1500 S. Main St.,
Fort Worth, TX 76104
Services
Millwood Psychiatric Hospital 817-261-3121 1011 N. Cooper St.,
Arlington, TX 76011
Services
Parkland Memorial Hospital 214-590-8000
214-590-8761 (24-hour psychiatric emergency services)
5201 Harry Hines Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75235
Tarrant County Mental Health Mental Retardation 817-569-4300
817-335-3022 (crisis)
3840 Hulen St.,
North Tower,
Fort Worth, TX 76107
Services
Tarrant County Women's Center Rape Crisis 24-Hour Hotline: 817-927-2737
Safe Haven 24-Hour Hotline (dating domestic violence): 877-701-7233
Rape Crisis and Victim Services: 817-927-4039
Counseling Services: 817-927-4000
Ft. Worth Office: 817-927-4040
Arlington Office: 817-548-1663
Rape crisis hotlines and counseling services
Texas Suicide & Crisis Hotlines 1-800-273-TALK
214-828-1000
Crisis prevention
Victim's Outreach 214-358-5173 Dallas, TX 75205 Crisis counseling

Arlington Memorial Hospital

Health Center Services:

  • Certified mammography facility as designated by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
  • Outpatient physical and occupational therapy with specialties including pediatrics, orthopedics and hand therapy
  • Outpatient speech therapy
  • Outpatient nutrition counseling
  • Outpatient cardiovascular rehabilitation services including access to the AMH Fitness Center
  • Outpatient general laboratory
  • AMH Physician Services

Rehab Services:

Speech Pathology/Pediatric Speech: No specific mental health services provided.

John Peter Smith Hospital

Wellness and Health Education:

Health education is provided by nine registered nurses and includes instruction on health promotion, disease prevention, and self-management skills. Topics include but are not limited to diabetes, asthma, hypertension, heart failure, smoking cessation, as well as prenatal, childbirth, breastfeeding, newborn care, and child passenger safety (car seat) education.

Psychiatry:

Psychiatric nursing.

Psychiatric Emergency Center:

Psychiatric evaluation, short-term intervention, short-term follow-up and referral services.

Adult Inpatient Services:

Evaluation, stabilization, treatment, and support and education for patients and family members.

Adolescent Inpatient Services:

Ages 13 through 17. Psychiatric evaluation, stabilization and treatment, medication management, and group, individual and family therapy sessions.

Outpatient Behavioral Health Services:

Children, adolescents and adults. Services include evaluation and medication management counseling.

Millwood Psychiatric Hospital

  • Crisis atabilization
  • Inpatient hospitalization
  • Partial day hospitalization
  • Outpatient services
  • Medication management
  • Outpatient referral
  • Aftercare
  • Mental health
  • Chemical dependency
  • Dual diagnosis
  • Intensive outpatient
  • Detox
  • Rehab
  • Pride institute (GLBT)
  • Faith-based care
  • Dissociative disorders

Tarrant County Mental Health Mental Retardation

Mental Health Services:

Provides treatment and assistance to adults with serious and persistent mental illness and children and adolescents with serious emotional disturbances. Treatment is comprehensive and directed toward stabilization in the home, workplace, and community.

Addiction Services:

Offers a complete continuum of services for both adults and adolescence, including those with limited resources.

Dual Diagnosis Program:

Serves adults who have mental illness and a history of substance abuse or dependence. Services provided include psychiatric screening, counseling, case management, training, and referrals to appropriate facilities in the community.

HIV Program:

Services include a street outreach team, which shares ways to prevent HIV and/or reduce harm, facilitate education groups, complete HIV screenings in cooperation with the Public Health Department, lead pre-test counseling, make referrals for other needed services, and provide follow-up on clients. For HIV positive clients who are using drugs/alcohol: services include a thorough assessment, an individualized action plan that includes entry into substance abuse treatment if needed, medical case management services from a nurse, medication management, assistance with transportation, weekly specialized counseling groups, and others.