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Health Crisis Services Call:
1-800-375-4357

 
WTC Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic

certified community behavioral health sealWest Texas Centers is proud to announce we have become a nationally Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic. What is a CCBHC? CCBHC is a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics designed to provide a community with an all inclusive range of substance use and mental health disorder services, especially for individuals who have the most complex needs. This has all been attainable by the hard work and dedication of our staff in our MH Division, HR, MIS, Accounting, and Administration. Thank you again for all of the hard work that went into making this possible.



 

 

 

Welcome to West Texas Centers

Shelley Smith

Shelley Smith, LMSW
Chief Executive Officer

If you or a family member are dealing with the prospect of mental illness or intellectual and developmental disabilities, we understand that you may be searching for direction in choosing the best care possible.  You want a provider with expertise in the field, someone you can trust and someone that you can partner with during your treatment.

Here at West Texas Centers we believe that with proper supports and services, people with mental illness and/or intellectual and developmental disabilities can begin their road to recovery and lead productive lives in the community.  We’re here to help, we’re here to support and we’re here to inform.  Please feel free to browse through our information and utilize our contact page if you need to reach us for more answers to your questions.

 

Proudly serving the people of Andrews, Borden, Crane, Dawson, Fisher, Gaines, Garza, Glasscock, Howard, Kent, Loving, Martin, Mitchell, Nolan, Reeves, Runnels, Scurry, Terrell, Terry, Upton, Ward, Winkler and Yoakum counties.

 
 

MH, IDD & ECI Services

West Texas Centers MH & IDD is open and providing services in all our areas. We are following CDC guidelines for the safety of everyone and we are modifying how services are being provided.

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West Texas Centers & COVID-19 Prevention

The health and safety of our clients and staff is very important. We are closely following local, state and federal COVID-19 guidelines. These steps help keep our community safe. Our leadership meets daily to prepare for how COVID-19 affects your care. At this time, all West Texas Centers mental health clinics will remain open.

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To contact the Consumer Rights Office Call
Consumer Rights Officer
Minnie Gonzalez
West Texas Centers
319 Runnels Street
Big Spring, TX  79720
(432) 264-3267

To request Mental Health Services or to access Mental Health Crisis Services and Substance Abuse Issues Call 1-800-375-4357

To request Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services /Intake Line Call 1-888-831-6618

To request Little Lives Early Childhood Intervention Services Call 1-800-852-2193

For Administration Call
(432) 263-0007 

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