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Do you currently receive mental health and/or substance use treatment services from The Harris Center? Did you receive any of those services from us in the past? Are you a family member of someone who receives these services or received them in the past?
Then we want you.
The Harris Center is launching a new Behavioral Health Advisory Committee to get input from those we serve. If you meet the above criteria, then help us become the responsive, collaborative, and thoughtful organization we aim to be for the residents of Harris County by joining and making your voice heard. We’ll meet quarterly, and members may attend when they’re available.
To apply, click on the link below to fill out our simple online application that takes just a couple of minutes to complete. Once you submit your application, we’ll be in touch with more details.
Click here to apply now: http://bit.ly/BHAdvisoryApplication
Have a question? Contact us at PublicAffairs@TheHarrisCenter.org.
Wayne Young, MBA, LPC, FACHE
Chief Executive Officer
Wayne Young currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer of The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD (The Harris Center), the state-designated Local Mental Health Authority and Local Intellectual and Developmental Disability Authority for Harris County. As the CEO of the largest behavioral and developmental disability care center in Texas, Mr. Young oversees the planning and delivery of behavioral health and intellectual and developmental disabilities services to over 88,000 people per year and manages an annual budget of over $270 million.
Dancing, flu shots, turkey chili, learning how to use a fire extinguisher as well as bone density exams all in one day? That’s right, The Harris Center’s Wellness department hosted it’s 5th annual Health and Wellness Fair in which employees were able to participate in different activities as well as learn about different resources community partners and vendors had to offer.
9401 Southwest Freeway
Houston, TX 77074
Thursday, March 28th
The Harris Center Public Affairs team worked with a media crew from the Mental Health Channel to support its efforts to produce a special documentary that highlights the intersection between mental illness and the criminal justice system. A segment of this special features Dr. Regenia Hicks, Director of the Harris County Jail Diversion program
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The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD strives to provide high quality, efficient, and cost effective services so that persons with mental disabilities may live with dignity as fully functioning, participating, and contributing members of our community, regardless of their ability to pay based on a sliding scale rate schedule.
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