Lillian M. Hudspeth Memorial Hospital

License # 000147

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Behavioral Health Program

The Behavioral Health Program at Hudspeth Hospital serves a range of mental health needs in an outpatient setting. We provide services across the lifespan, with assessment, individual therapy, family and couples counseling, and group treatment. We tailor services to meet people where they are in a supportive and confidential environment. Our licensed clinicians have extensive experience and training in treating mood and anxiety disorders, trauma and stress-related disorders, and substance-related treatment needs.

Telehealth services are available and most major insurance providers are accepted.

LMH Behavioral Health Services

302 Hudspeth Street • Sonora, TX 76950

(325) 387-1130

Services we provide

Child, youth, and family

  • Brief therapy
  • Psychological and learning assessments
  • Family therapy
  • Groups (parenting, anger management, coping skill, grief support)*

Adult

  • Individual therapy
  • Couples therapy
  • Psychological assessments
  • Substance abuse assessment and treatment
  • Groups (coping with anxiety and depression, grief support, healthy relationships)*

Older adult

  • Individual therapy
  • Family support services
  • Psychological assessment (including memory and cognitive functioning)
  • The Transitions Intensive Outpatient Program

*Group therapy offerings vary with local needs

For after-hours crisis support, please contact Hill Country Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Centers at 877-466-0660 or MHMR Services for the Concho Valley at 800-375-8965.

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The Transitions Program

The Transitions Program addresses the emotional and behavioral health of adults age 60 and older

The Transitions Program provides services to individuals with a variety of mental health needs, including depression and anxiety, commonly seen as people age and learn to manage new stages of life.

We address these issues:

  • Loneliness
  • Coping with loss
  • Hopelessness
  • Decreased energy
  • Crying
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Restlessness
  • Low self-confidence
  • Sadness
  • Life transitions

The Transitions Program staff includes a board-certified psychiatrist, a licensed therapist, a registered nurse, and other trained professionals.

Anyone can refer an individual to The Transitions Program. This includes physicians, other healthcare professionals, family members, and self referrals. If you or someone you know could benefit from this program, please contact us: (325) 387-1130

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Caregivers Support Group

We are here to listen. You are not alone!

Every 4th Thursday from11:30a-1p

LMH Behavioral Health

Lunch will be provided.

RSVP would be greatly appreciated.

325-387-2521

For futher information or questions please contact Tom Talbott: 325-387-1130

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