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El Paso Behavioral Health System

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1900 Denver Ave
El Paso, TX 79902
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(915) 544-4000
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El Paso Behavioral Health System - El Paso, TX
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Provide timely, professional, effective and efficient service to all customers.

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  • Mission Statement


    To provide quality healthcare services that: PATIENTS recommend to family and friends, PHYSICIANS prefer for their patients, PURCHASERS select for their clients, EMPLOYEES are proud of, and INVESTORS seek for long-term returns.


    Statement of Principles


    SERVICE EXCELLENCE


    Provide timely, professional, effective and efficient service to all customers.


    CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT IN MEASURABLE WAYS


    Identify key needs and assess how well we meet those needs.


    Continuously improve services and measure progress.


    EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT


    Hire talented and driven people.


    Increase skills through training and experience.


    Provide opportunities for growth within UHS.


    ETHICAL AND FAIR TREATMENT OF ALL


    We are committed to fairness and trust with our patients, the physicians, purchasers of our services, and employees.


    We conduct our business according to the highest ethical standards.


    TEAMWORK


    Work together to provide ever-improving customer service.


    Our team approach supersedes traditional departmental organization and creates a true customer focus.


    People at all levels of the organization participate in decision-making and process improvement.


    COMPASSION


    Never lose sight of the fact that we provide care and comfort to people in need.


    Patients and families who rely upon us receive respectful and dignified treatment at all times.


    INNOVATION IN SERVICE DELIVERY


     


    Invest in the development of new and better ways of delivering our services.

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    Children (ages 5-12)


    Young children are extremely fragile; however,with early intervention treatment can be very successful.


    Some of the signs that a child needs help include:


    Major changes in sleeping/eating habits


    Mood swings


    Uncontrollable outbursts


    Sad,not interested in normal activities


    Hurting oneself or others including animals or toys


    Drop in grades


    Hearing voices


    Difficulty concentrating


    Isolating one self


    If signs such as these are seen,please call UBH Denton immediately at 940-320-8100 for a free assessment.


    Adolescent (ages 13-17)


    Mental Health


    Chemical Dependency


    Detoxification


    Co-Occurring Disorders


    Being a teenager is stressful.  Teenagers face major peer pressures,worry about grades,their futures and the uncertainties of this world. Through this time period,adolescents also experience major changes in their bodies and their brains.  At times,they need some additional help and guidance to handle the pressure and stress.


    Some of the signs that a teen needs help include:


    Major changes in sleeping/eating habits


    Mood swings


    Uncontrollable outbursts


    Depressed not interested in normal activities


    Self injury or hurting others


    Poor performance in school or dropping out of activities


    Hearing voices


    Difficulty concentrating or abnormal thoughts


    Substance abuse or other types of addictions including obsessive gaming,social media/internet or sexual addictions


    Major challenges with following rules


    Low self esteem


    Hallucinations or grandiose behaviors


    Major weight gain or weight loss


    Adult (ages 18-mature adults)


    Mental Health


    Chemical Dependency


    Detoxification


    Co-Occurring Disorders


    Adults with mental illness and chemical dependency suffer tremendously. Treatment can be effective for both the individual and the family dealing with life altering behaviors.


    Some of the signs that an adult needs help include:


    Depression and Anxiety


    Unable to sleep or constantly tired and withdrawn


    Difficulty with normal life activities


    Excessive drinking or other uses of chemicals


    Major changes in sleeping/eating habits


    Withdrawal from family/friends


    Mood swings


    Uncontrollable outbursts


    Hearing voices or hallucinations


    Difficulty concentrating or abnormal thoughts


    Addictions including obsessive gaming,social media/internet or sexual addictions


    Major weight gain or weight loss


    Increased spending or obsessive lying


    Trauma of any kind; loss of a love one,serious accident,etc.

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon - Sun Open 24 Hours
  • Neighborhoods:

    Highland Park
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