Recovery programs focus on providing resources and support to individuals in recovery, as well as, those thinking about it. Services are available for youth, adults, and their families in both English and Spanish.
Behavioral Health Solutions offers outpatient treatment for adults in Cameron and Hidalgo counties. Individual and group services are offered in English and Spanish.
Prevention efforts are designed to prevent or reduce the risk of developing an alcohol or drug addiction.
Are you looking to make a positive impact in your community and get paid? Check out our job openings.
Drop boxes provide communities with a safe and proper way to dispose of any unused or unwanted prescription medications. Find one near you today.
Our programs are always in need of donations of supplies that are regularly used. Visit our wish list to donate any of the items that are needed.
January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, dedicated to shedding light on the global issue that affects millions. On January 11th, advocates unite for "Wear Blue Day," a powerful initiative to raise awareness and honor survivors. Wearing blue symbolizes solidarity and sends a strong message against human trafficking, encouraging open conversations and collective action. The day serves as a poignant reminder that freedom is not universal for everyone. By participating in Wear Blue Day, we stand together to support survivors, educate others, and work towards eradicating this heinous crime. Let's turn January into a month of activism, fostering change and hope for a world free from human trafficking.