First Look: Dallas’ State Behavioral Health Hospital
UTSW, Children's Health, and state officials kicked off the construction of the Texas Behavioral Health Center at UT Southwestern this week with a groundbreaking ceremony.
How Metrocare’s Crisis Team Is Interrupting the Prison Pipeline
Many of those in the criminal justice system could avoid arrest if they had access to consistent mental health services.
Expert: What Is the Pandemic Doing to Our Kids?
Scottish Rite for Children Psychologist Whitney Herge on the under appreciated mental health impact of COVID-19.
By Sophie Kidd
Psychedelic Wellness’ Growing Presence in North Texas
Ketamine is increasingly being used to treat anxiety and PTSD.
The RIGHT Care Program Prepares to Expand Citywide
When it comes to mental health intervention, the city and county have found a way to collaborate and thrive.
Why Don’t We Treat Mental Health Like Cancer and Cholesterol?
A local organization is looking to make mental health screening, measurement, and tracking more common.
Medical City McKinney’s Rehabilitation Institute Looks to Meet Increasing Mental Health Needs
The McKinney hospital's 80,000 square-foot facility includes 80 adult patient rooms, 20 inpatient rehabilitation, a healing garden, and more.
By Jenny Rudolph
Metrocare Is Dallas County’s First Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic
The certification standardizes care with crisis coordination, mobile units, and coordination with other providers.
Will Telehealth Work for Mental and Emotional Counseling?
Dr. Christopher Taylor says it may not be perfect, but with the tsunami of people with pandemic-triggered issues, it's great tool for the times.
By Paige Walters
What Does Psychiatric Care for COVID-19 Patients Look Like in DFW?
At this Texas Health hospital in the Mid-Cities, patients can be treated for the virus while maintaining community.