Current Programs


The purpose of LOSS Team is to provide immediate support and resources, as well as an installation of hope, to survivors as close to the time of their loss as possible. We are available to provide postvention advocacy and resources to bereaved loved ones either on-scene or when one is ready to find help.

LOSS Team members meet once a month to debrief. Team members attend regular training to maintain their skills, and take regular grief and anxiety inventories to ensure that exposure to the program is not harmful to their well-being.

If you would like more information about LOSS Team, utilizing our services, becoming a member, or training for your organization, please call (682) 263-LOSS (5677).

Resource Guide for Adults
Resource Guide for Teens

Suicide Awareness Coalition

The Suicide Awareness Coalition emphasizes primary prevention by helping to reduce the factors that put people at risk and by preventing suicide before it occurs. Caring and compassion are the core values of the coalition team and it is our aim to uphold and adhere to these values through a variety of strategies and collaborative. The interdisciplinary coalition team consists of professionals from MHA, MHMR, VA, private practitioners, and other agencies within the community. We are proud to also have students, professors, and people who lost a loved one to suicide.

The coalition meets on the third Friday of each month at 9:00-10:00am. New members are welcome to join at any time!

Peer Support Programs

MHATC offers a variety of supportive and educational opportunities for adults with mental health conditions. The Peer Support programs are mental health consumer designed, organized, and directed.

• Warm Line
The Warm Line, a program by and for mental health consumers, is a service for people who need support and human contact, but don’t need a crisis line or hotline. Phone calls are answered by peer mentors 1PM-5PM, M-F, 817-546-7826.

• Peer Supported Activity Program
The Peer Supported Activity Program provides opportunities for clients to interact with each other in fun, community-based settings allowing for social support and friendships.

• Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP)
WRAP is a 20-25 hour course developed by Mary Ellen Copeland, PhD, of Vermont.

The class is a highly structured program facilitated by a certified Advanced Level Facilitator. WRAP covers three primary areas: building a support system; wellness tools such as diet, creative expression, sleep, and light; recognizing triggers and regaining control over challenging situations, and creating action plans for them. Five key concepts members learn about include hope, personal responsibility, education, self advocacy, and support. With strength and courage, recovery is possible.

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