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    The Texas Targeted Opioid Response expands access to treatment, prevention and early intervention, and provides long-term recovery supports for people with a history of, or who are at risk for developing, opioid use disorders and overdose.

    Topics: Behavioral Health Services Providers, Mental Health, Substance Use

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    Information for Texas Permanent Supportive Housing Providers

    Topics: Behavioral Health Services Providers, Mental Health

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    Information for and about Substance Use Disorder Service Providers

    Topics: Behavioral Health Services Providers, Mental Health, Substance Use

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    Information for Texas providers of  Peer Re-entry Pilot Program provides community-based peer services.

    Topics: Behavioral Health Services Providers, Mental Health

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    Information about Texas Outpatient Competency Restoration and Jail-based Competency Restoration services are designed for people with a mental health disorder or co-occurring psychiatric and substance use disorders who are found incompetent to stand trial and are court-ordered to participate in competency restoration treatment.

    Topics: Behavioral Health Services Providers, Mental Health

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    The Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness program funds community-based outreach, mental health and substance use referral/treatment, case management and other supportive services as well as providing a limited set of housing services for adults who are homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless.

    Topics: Behavioral Health Services Providers, Mental Health

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    Community mental health services are provided through Local Mental Health Authorities/Local Behavioral Health Authorities, also referred to as community mental health centers.

    Topics: Behavioral Health Services Providers, Contact, Mental Health, Policy

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    The Healthy Community Collaborative program promotes collaboration between public and private sectors to integrate services for people experiencing homelessness and mental illness and/or substance use disorders.

    Topics: Behavioral Health Services Providers, Contact, Mental Health, Policy, Substance Use

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    Psychiatric services are provided to violent sexual predators so incapacitated by symptoms of their mental illness that they are unable to effectively participate in sex offender treatment as a term of their civil commitment to the Texas Civil Commitment Center.

    Topics: Behavioral Health Services Providers, Contact, Mental Health, Policy

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    Mobile Crisis Outreach Teams provide face-to-face help to people who are at risk of harm to themselves or others. The MCOT provides counseling services to people at their home, school or other location. The services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

    Topics: Behavioral Health Services Providers, Contact, Mental Health, Policy

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    Mental Health Deputy programs help improve the crisis response system by diverting people in need of behavioral health crisis services from hospitals and jails to community-based alternatives that provide effective behavioral health treatment at less cost.

    Topics: Behavioral Health Services Providers, Contact, Mental Health, Policy

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    Information for providers of inpatient psychiatric beds

    Topics: Behavioral Health Services Providers, Contact, Mental Health, Policy

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    Crisis units are facilities designed to treat an individual's symptoms of mental illness in the community.

    Topics: Behavioral Health Services Providers, Mental Health

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    A hotline is continuously available phone service operated by trained and competent crisis staff that provides information, screening and intervention, support, and referrals to callers 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Any entity providing hotline services for any portion of the day must be accredited by the American Association of Suicidology.

    Topics: Behavioral Health Services Providers, Mental Health

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    Mental heatlh crisis services are available 24 hours, seven days a week and include: prompt face-to-face crisis assessment, crisis intervention services, crisis follow-up, and relapse prevention services

    Topics: Behavioral Health Services Providers, Mental Health