Behavioral Health

We support both mental and physical well-being for optimal health and productivity using a collaborative, comprehensive treatment approach.

Behavioral Health

Does life seem overwhelming?
Do you need someone to talk to?

 

What is Integrated Health Care?
The World Health Organization defines Integrated Health Care as:

“A concept bringing together inputs, delivery, management and organization of services related to diagnosis, treatment, care, rehabilitation and health promotion. Integration is a means to improve services in relation to access, quality, user satisfaction and efficiency.”

How does this look at Health Services of North Texas?

Health Services of North Texas is committed to treating our patients holistically to achieve the best outcomes possible for our patients.  Our patients often have a range of obstacles regarding their healthcare treatment. They often have chronic medical conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, depression, etc. coupled with socioeconomically struggles such as finances, housing, medication costs, substance use, abuse and mental illness.  Our Integrated Health Care clinic strives to aid our patients with these obstacles in hopes that our patients’ health is improved. Behavioral Health Services is one of the key components of integrated healthcare.

How can we help?

Here are a few areas in which we can provide support:
Life changes
Feelings of depression/anxiety
Substance abuse/misuse
Stress reduction
Addiction
Medication compliance

How do I get help?
Just ask!  Please call HSNT at 940-381-1501 and ask to speak with Kayla.


Denton County Behavioral Health

The Denton County Behavioral Health Leadership Team is a Collective Impact Initiative envisioning Comprehensive behavioral health for every person in Denton County. Find out more

Denton County Mental Health Directory


Social worker and licensed marriage and family therapist, Louise Weston-Ferrill, was featured in the North Texas Child Magazine. She offers warning signs to parents about what to be aware of with their child’s coach or any other adult with whom they come in frequent contact.
Follow the link below to find excerpts from “The Worst Day of My Son’s Life” in the North Texas Child Magazine, January 2012 edition.


Emergency Contact Numbers
If you or someone you know is in crisis, please reach out using these Crisis Helplines.
Adult Helpline: 972-233-2233
Teen Helpline: 972-233-TEEN (8336)
You matter
Español Helpline: 972.233.2428

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK (8255)
www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Denton County MHMR Crisis Hotline
1-800-762-0157


Behavioral Health Resources

The following resources are meant to enlighten and educate. If you need more infomation about any of these topics, please contact our office.

Dealing with School Stress and Anxiety
Preventing Sexual Abuse

How to Manage Trauma
Warning signs for Child Molestation
Recovery Bill of Rights for Trauma Survivors
Stress in Students could lead to depression and self harm
Addiction is a Disease
How Social Media Affects Teenagers