Andrews Center offers help and hope to adults needing a wide range of mental health and/or intellectual and developmental disability services. Whether transitioning into adulthood or an independent living situation for the first time, or coping with a lifelong mental illness diagnosis, Andrews Center Behavioral Healthcare System recognizes that adults diagnosed with mental illness and their families are faced with great challenges. These challenges may be temporary in nature, long-term or even potentially catastrophic, threatening quality of life for the patient and often the entire family.
Andrews Center offers services to help patients and their families cope with mental illness. Some of these services include:
- Education and Referrals
- Emergency/Crisis Services
- Outpatient Clinics
- Counseling Services
- Industrial Labor Services
- Residential Programs
- Substance Abuse and Addiction Resources
Andrews Center personnel are sensitive to the needs of adults seeking assistance. Every effort is made to provide encouragement and support as patient and staff work together to find avenues to secure quality of life. Staff members are compassionate, dedicated, and highly qualified professionals – and it is their privilege to help.
Call today 903.597.1351 or 800.374.6058.
The Case Management and Skills Training unit consists of
18 case managers dedicated to helping children and their families find and secure the services needed for optimal development and quality of life.
Case managers help families plan the services they need, link them to the services, coordinate the services, and monitor how the children and families are responding to services. Case managers provide skills training to children to help them manage their own symptoms and behavior, and also train families and caregivers in how to better manage their child’s behavior. The goal of the services is to help children learn to follow household rules, behave in school, and interact more positively with others.
This program is available for children between the ages of
3 and 18 who have a mental health diagnosis. Eligibility is based on further assessment and children who qualify will begin receiving services within two weeks of referral.
Case managers work a flexible schedule and will meet at the times most convenient for the child and family. As well, most case management services are performed in the family’s home or community, such as at the child’s school.