Adult Mental Health
The Adult Behavioral Health Services Unit provides an array of services to adults 18 years of age or older who suffer from schizophrenia, bipolar disorders, severe major depression, or any other severely disabling mental disorders which require crisis resolution or ongoing and long-term support and treatment.
Children's Mental Health
The Child, Adolescent and Parent Services Program (CAPS) serves children ages 3 through 17 with a diagnosis of mental illness who may experience emotional disturbance, behavioral problems, prior in-patient psychiatric hospitalization, and/or at risk of expulsion from school.
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
The Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Program offers an array of services specifically designed to meet the needs of individuals diagnosed with intellectual/cognitive, pervasive developmental disorder and/or related conditions.
Information for our clients
All clients of Border Region MHMR Community Center are afforded all the rights, benefits, responsibilities and privileges guaranteed by the United States Constitution and the laws of the State of Texas, unless those rights have been restricted by specific provisions of the law.