How You Can Help Change Minds with Metrocare!

Access to behavioral healthcare, as well as information that educates, is extremely important. While Metrocare has a broad reach in the Dallas area, we are not able to inform everyone. This is where you come in. You can help bring greater acccess to behavioral health care through the various ways below:


Donations are helpful as we continue to expand our services to those in need. You may designate your gift or make a undesignated gift to fund Metrocare’s greatest need at the time.

Upcoming Events

Join the conversation to learn how Metrocare is "Changing Minds" one life at a time utilizing best practices to adress the behavioral health challenges impacting adults and children in Dallas County.

Volunteer Opportunities

There are many ways you or your company can support Metrocare’s work and help erase the stigma of behavioral health challenges in Dallas County.


Metrocare’s goal is to advocate for effective legislature that helps improve funding for programs that address the mental health, intellectual disability, substance use disorder treatment, primary care, pediatrics and housing programs for individuals in Dallas County and throughout the state. 

Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid is an eight-hour training certification course which teaches participants a five-step action plan to assess a situation, select and implement interventions and secure appropriate care for the individual. 

Share Locations

With locations throughout Dallas County, we encourage you to share information about our locations with your friends and family.

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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

Metrocare Blog

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Grateful for Staff Like Jodi Tartir

Jodi serves some of our City’s most vulnerable neighbors. Metrocare’s Safe Haven Housing Program provides housing and daily on-site case management to individuals who have experienced chronic homelessness and have co-occurring physical health and mental health needs. No barrier, no struggle, and no need is too complex for Jodi to tackle.

November 24, 2020

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Finding Gratitude in the Simple

For many, the holidays can bring about a mix of emotions – joy, celebration, wonder, and community, as well as grief, sadness, loneliness, and loss. This year the holiday means something unique for all of us. Are you spending Thanksgiving physically distant from family and friends this year? Check out a few tips on how to make this year physciall but not socially distant! 

November 24, 2020

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Mental Health Superhero: Dr. Carol North 

This month we're celebrating the superheroes that make the work happen at Metrocare Services. Today is ​Dr. Carol North.

September 05, 2020

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