Metrocare Support during Coronavirus

Metrocare is closely monitoring the spread of Coronavirus/COVID-19 and taking every precaution necessary for the safety of our clients and community.

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Our clinics remain open Monday through Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.
We strongly encourage you to access our
telehealth services, if possible. Please call the clinic nearest you.

New clients, call our Support Line: 214-743-1215.
After business hours, the Statewide COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line is available at 833-986-1919. 


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Did You Know


Texans live with a serious and persistent mental illness


Texans have a mental illness and would benefit from treatment


children received care from Metrocare last year

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We would not be able to provide quality mental, physical and emotional health services without dedicated support from the community. Donations and volunteers provide us with the funds and abilities to help those in need.


Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Metrocare

The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Metrocare provides personalized, confidential and evidence-based mental health care to veterans, their families and the families of active duty service members.

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Metrocare Blog

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What's the Deal with Pronouns

Adding pronouns to email signatures is a growing trend among businesses with inclusive policies, and I was so happy to see one of our team members incorporate her pronouns into her signature line.

June 25, 2020

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KidLinks Announces Launch of Social-Emotional Skills Development Application

In collaboration with Metrocare Services, KidLinks is excited to announce the launch of their Social-Emotional Skills Development Enhancement platform!

June 19, 2020

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PTSD Awareness Month

Over half of adults will face a traumatic event in their lifetime such as actual/threatened death, serious injury, or sexual violation.  In the immediate aftermath of trauma, it is normal to have it consume your thoughts and to feel on high alert.

June 01, 2020

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