Mental Health Facilities Guadalupe County, TX

Mental Health Facilities in Guadalupe County, TX

Here is a list of all mental health facilities in Guadalupe County, TX. Majority of the facilities provide dual diagnosis treatment. Guadalupe County mental health clinics provide treatment to men, women and teenagers who have mental health problems that include depression, anxiety, panic disorder, eating disorders, OCD, PTSD and other issues and phobias.

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Guadalupe Regional Medical Center

Guadalupe Regional Medical Center is a mental health facility in Guadalupe County, TX, located at 1215 East Court Street, 78155 zip code. Guadalupe Regional Medical Center offers Outpatient treatment. Guadalupe Regional Medical Center provides Individual psychotherapy, Trauma therapy and Couples/family therapy to Children/adolescents, Adults and Seniors 65 or older. Guadalupe Regional Medical Center also supports Persons with eating disorders, Persons who have experienced trauma and LGBT. Some other services provided by Guadalupe Regional Medical Center include Court-ordered outpatient treatment and Suicide prevention services.

830-401-1367

Bluebonnet Trails Community Services Guadalupe County

Bluebonnet Trails Community Services Guadalupe County is a mental health facility in Guadalupe County, TX, located at 1104 Jefferson Avenue, 78155 zip code. Bluebonnet Trails Community Services Guadalupe County offers Outpatient treatment, Telemedicine/telehealth and Partial hospitalization/day treatment. Bluebonnet Trails Community Services Guadalupe County provides Dialectical behavior therapy, Individual psychotherapy and Cognitive behavioral therapy to Children/adolescents, Adults and Seniors 65 or older. Some other services provided by Bluebonnet Trails Community Services Guadalupe County include Suicide prevention services, Integrated primary care services and Court-ordered outpatient treatment.

830-386-2700

Frequently asked questions at mental health facilities in Guadalupe County, TX:

  • What kind of mental health issues do Guadalupe County mental health facilities treat?

    Mental health facilities in Guadalupe County can provide treatment and counseling for a wide range of mental health issues and disorders. Such issues include psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia, PTSD in veterans or those who have experienced some sort of trauma, eating disorders such as anorexia and/or bulimia, depression, mood and personality disorders, anxiety disorders, various forms of phobias, and bipolar disorder.

  • Do mental health facilities in Guadalupe County also treat drug and alcohol addiction?

    4 out of 5 mental health facilities in the state of Texas also provide addiction treatment services for those who suffer from dual diagnosis – a mental health condition along with a drug addiction or alcohol addiction.

  • Are there both inpatient and outpatient mental health clinics in Guadalupe County?

    The two types of mental health centers in Guadalupe County can work on either an inpatient, also known as residential, or outpatient basis. The outpatient mental health clinics will provide counseling and mental health services but do not require overnight stays at the facility. Both types of facilities will have licensed mental health counselors and other professionals as part of staff. The residential in-patient mental health facilities require a prolonged stay at the facility to completely cure the mental health issues.

  • Is luxury mental health treatment available in Guadalupe County?

    Certain mental health facilities in Guadalupe County are considered luxury or upscale. These facilities may offer luxurious treatment along with mental health services, although they are also more expensive than non-luxury clinics.

  • What age groups can get mental health treatment in Guadalupe County?

    Mental health services in Guadalupe County are available for any age group, whether the people seeking treatment are teenagers, young adults, older adults, men or women.