Mental Health/Counseling

Barton Behavioral Health Solutions, PLLC
1901 Medi-Park Dr., Suite 219
Joe Barton does assessments for ADHD, learning disorders, mood and anxiety disorders and others. He also does group, individual, and family counseling.

Crisis Line (Family Support Services)
This is a number families can call to get referral information or talk to someone about direction needed for problems.

800-537-2585 or 354-1810 (sponsored by the Pavilion at NWTH)
Treats the adolescents and children who suffer from depression, suicidal feelings, or misbehaving in a self-destructive manner.

Family Support Services
This is a center that provides education, child care, and counseling services and groups to families on a sliding scale. They have licensed counselors that help with anger management, domestic violence, marital relationships, divorce, abuse, marriage problems, etc.  (24 hr. crisis line is 374-5433)

Fox Counseling Services
3321 Bell, Suite K
(ages 5 and older) Individual, group, and family counseling for addiction and other personal issues; insurance and Medicaid accepted. Also, will conduct a 3 to 6 hour workshop on "Parent Alcoholism and School Performance" for a fee.

Healing Hearts Counseling Services
Julie Dalton Rose, MA LPC NCC
719 S. Austin
Amarillo, Texas 79106

Children, Teens, Family Issues
Experience with developmental delays and chronic illnesses
Individual/Group Parenting classes available
Experience with Military Family Issues
Experience with Foster/Adoption- Individual and Family Counseling
Medicaid/Insurance Accepted

 Heart to Heart In-Home Counseling
Diane O. Broady MA
Works with families and teens to heal from past abuse and learn effective behaviors to function in a healthy lifestyle. Sliding scale.

NAMI - Family to family (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
Call Angela at 806-354-9050 or Margie at 806-678-7385
Thursday, March 29- June 14, 2012
VA Hospital
6010 West Amarillo Blvd
Columbia Conference Room 2012, Second floor
This is a free series of 12 weekly classes structured to help caregivers understand and support individuals with serious mental illness while maintaining their own well being. The course is taught by a team of trained NAMI family member volunteers who know what it's like to have a loved one struggling with one of these brain disorders.


Cathy Burns, LPC  374-5950
D'Ann Black, LPC   331-5738
LeAnn Sorrels   352-5660
Tricia Bradford   355-7755
LeeAnn Lefevre   352-5752

New Hope Resources
Wib Newton
6900 I-40 West, Suite 295

Northwest Texas Hospital
Services for adults, older adults, adolescents, and children. They assist with serious & persistent illnesses, substance abuse, mood disorders, depression, bipolar disorders, schizophrenia, etc. They also provide after care services. Medicaid, CHIP and most insurance. Walk in between 8am and 7pm. No one will be turned away. If it is an emergency, you can be admitted through the emergency room at NWTH. 

Child/Adolescent Partial Program
Available for school aged children.
1.  8:30am -3:00pm for Children ages 6-12
2.  8:30am- 3:30pm for Adolescents ages 13-17.
3.  Lasts approximately 2 weeks.
4.  Students given time during day to work on school assignments.
5.  Treatment for psychiatric problems and/or substance abuse issues.
6.  Treatment consists of, psychiatrists visits with medication if/when needed, one Family Therapy Meeting each week, daily Psycho-educational groups, Psychotherapy groups, Substance Abuse Groups, Spirituality groups. All facilitated by trained and licensed professionals.
7.  Medicaid and most insurance cover costs of this program. 

Pavilion ACCESS -
Crisis line 354-1810 Counselors are on call 24 hours a day to answer the phone to professionals and parents that have mental health concerns. This counselor will listen, take information and make referral information regarding the concerned person.

Samaritan Counseling Center
353-1669 or 800-318-1725
This is a faith-based organization that offers counseling, groups and support to families. They work on a sliding scale and take most types of insurance. They have licensed counselors that will work with anger, divorce, marriage and family problems, stress related problems, etc.  The center also offers educational programs for civic and church groups to help individuals and families cope effectively with life challenges. They also conduct training programs and clinical supervision for mental health professionals. The inter-denominational Pastoral Counseling Service offers a team of trained and experienced professional counselors qualified to assess problems, explore solutions, and offer a framework for personal and spiritual growth. Central office is open Monday - Thursday from 8am-5pm. Offices in Dumas and Pampa. Some appointments available in the evening.

This is a program available for students ages 7-17 who need outside counseling. No CPS open file and no criminal record on children. They take at-risk students. Youth would be ineligible for STAR services if the family has an open CPS case that is currently in the investigation stage.

STAR Program Client Eligibility:

"Runaway Youth" - youth who has left home without parental permission or who has no identifiable residence.

"Truant Youth" - A youth who has been voluntarily absent from school for reasons other than those accepted by the school where he/she is or should be enrolled.

"Family Conflict" - Families with a least one child under the age of 18 who are experiencing conflict with that child.

"Delinquent Youth" - A child 9 years or younger who has allegedly been involved in or actually committed a delinquent offense.

"Delinquent Youth" aged 10-16 - Youth who has allegedly committed a misdemeanor offense or state jail felony offense but has not been adjudicated delinquent by the court.

Suicide & Crisis Line
This can be a number to talk to someone (24 hours) or to get referral information for other places/situations. They offer a wide variety of services in addition to referral and assessment, which include stress management classes for adolescents, substance abuse/suicide prevention and community education.

Suicide Prevention Resource Center Best Practices Registry

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

The purpose of the Best Practices Registry (BPR) is to identify, review, and disseminate information about best practices that address specific objectives of the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention. The BPR is a collaborative project of the Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP). It is funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

Initial assessment in children: 337-1000
Children and adults: 354-2191
This place will provide assessments to both children and adults. Based on the outcome, services will be provided there or they will contract services out. They can be medical or mental health needs. They work on a sliding scale.

Jami Wilmarth, MA, LPC 
Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in working with adolescents with various problems, including conduct disorders, eating disorders, depression and anxiety.



Veteran's Counseling
Bill Santer, MA, LMFT
Dept. of Veteran Affairs
3414 Olsen Blvd., Suite E

West Texas Family and Community Services
601 W. 10th
This is a West Texas A&M program designed to help students learn while helping the communiity.

Stacy Sandorkey, LPC 
4300 Teckla  A-12   Also accepts CHIPS

Betsy Goen, M.Ed., LPC  
6900 I-40 West. Suite 190A

LeAnn Sorrels  352-5660 
6666 W. Amarillo Blvd.

Tricia Trimble, M.Ed., LPC, CTS 
Hope and Healing Place 
1721 S. Tyler

Sandy Watson, M.Ed.., LPC  
3012 SW 26th, Suite 200

LeeAnn Lefevre, MA, LPC 
3131 Bell, Suite 100A

Leta Acker and Associates
912 Clyde

Family Support Service
1001 S. Polk

Kleinpeter and Associates
3611 S. Soncy Road #2A

Texas Panhandle Centers
1500 S. Taylor

Troy Timmons
7460 Golden Pond Place # 100

Jennings Counseling Services
7470 Golden Pond Place #300

Cecelia Kern
3012 W. 26th #700

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