Behavioral Health Services

Location & Hours

Community Center

5750 Cedar Springs Rd, Dallas, TX 75235, USA
Headquarters, Administrative Staff, Community Center, Behavioral Health Services, Grupo Orgullo Hispano (GOH), THRIVE, Women with Pride, Youth First
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Behavioral Health Services

If you or someone you love is struggling with a mental health or substance abuse issue, help is available. Leading the way, Resource Center’s Behavioral Health services bridge our communities by providing compassionate, cost-effective and high-quality mental health care and services to all people. We are working toward a healthier community.

The Center’s Behavioral Health services offer a range of outpatient mental health and substance use services for youth, adults, seniors and families. Striving to ensure services are accessible to everyone, the program offers flexible appointments with LGBTQ affirmative-trained staff.

Our staff has transitioned in-office mental health services to include a supportive virtual platform through telehealth counseling and Zoom support groups. We are equipped with the technology to provide distance counseling services and run many of our free support groups online using confidential, HIPAA-compliant tools. This allows the Center to ensure we are delivering quality care while protecting the privacy of all users.

Take the first step in feeling better. Call now. We are here for you.

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Behavioral Health: 214-393-3640; Fax: 214-261-2317

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For all medical or mental-health emergencies, call 911 immediately, or please safely get to the nearest emergency room. Resource Center Behavioral Health does not offer crisis assessments or crisis-related services.

Our virtual support groups provide a safe place for consistent social connections, opportunities for emotional support with others, and offer facilitated mental health-related topics and discussions.

Virtual Support Groups
THRIVE Support Group (ages 50+)
Focus: A support group for LGBTQ adults ages 50+ to socialize and interact while exploring issues such as combating isolation, grief, and loss, coming out, aging gracefully, retirement, and other societal aging issues.
Facilitator: Resource Center Behavioral Health
Zoom Link Contact: 214-540-4418 (Please call to join and access Zoom link)
Dates & Times: Mondays, 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m.

Gender-affirming Support Group (ages 18+)
Focus: Gender-affirming support for transgender and gender non-conforming adults ages 18 and over. Allowing individuals to explore issues without fear of not being understood or encountering prejudice about gender identity.
Facilitator: Resource Center Behavioral Health
Zoom Link Contact: 214-393-3640 (Please call to join and access Zoom link)
Dates & Times: Wednesdays, 6-7:15 p.m. (Zoom check-in 5:55-6 p.m.)

Other Virtual Support Groups
Reconnect: A Virtual Teen Social Group for LGBTQ+ Youth (ages 12-17)
Focus: A safe place for LGBTQ+ teens to process and support other teens in a fun and interactive environment. Facilitated discussions and topics focused on mental health and current challenges adjusting to our new virtual home and school way of life.
Facilitator: SMU Center for Family Counseling
Zoom Link Contact: 214-768-6789 (Please call to join, and access Zoom link)
Dates & Times: Mondays and Thursdays, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Unwired: CMA-Crystal Meth Anonymous (ages 18+)
Focus: Crystal Meth Anonymous is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other, so they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from addiction to crystal myth. The only requirement for members is the desire to stop using.
Facilitator: CMA Peer Support
Zoom Link Contact: 319-333-4137 or (Please call or email to join and access Zoom link)
Dates & Times: Go to to access Unwired CMA Dallas Support Group designated meeting types, dates and times.

LAMBDA Group for Alcoholics Anonymous (ages 18+)
Focus: A fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
Facilitator: Chair Peer Support
Zoom Link Contact: If you need an AA meeting, join us online at for one of our regular meeting times by clicking the DALLAS LAMBDA ON ZOOM button. Use Zoom Meeting ID.
Zoom Meeting ID: 827-282-878

The Behavioral Health Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) are designed to treat adult and adolescent mental health and substance abuse issues in the least restrictive setting possible.

The IOP offers the right level of treatment for patients who are not progressing in traditional outpatient programs and do not need a higher level of care, like hospitalization.

Intensive Outpatient Programs are small-group, mental health or substance abuse educational and process counseling sessions held for three hours, 3-days per week. The program licensed clinical staff provide the support to help create change in your thoughts and behaviors, learn problem-solving skills, and establish and maintain a healthy support network. The IOPs offer a friendly, relaxed, comfortable and no pressure environment that is a key success in therapy.

All IOP programs are designed to give both adult and adolescent clients the opportunity to participate in treatment while still going to work or school and maintain other day-to-day responsibilities. Most working adults qualify for family medical leave of absence (FMLA) from work. The program clinical staff are trained in assisting with FMLA and disability paperwork among your employer, human resources, EAP’s and other authorized personnel.

Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP)

  • Adult Mental Health
  • Adult Substance Abuse
  • Adolescent Mental Health (ages 13-17)
  • Working Professionals-Return to Work

Resource Center is a Substance Abuse Treatment Facility, licensed by Texas Department of State Health Services.

Complimentary Assessment

Your complimentary assessment determines a course of treatment specifically tailored to meet your needs.

The Behavioral Health Department accepts most major insurance providers and helps you navigate coverage options to ensure you maximize your available benefits. Based on the program or service, with some insurances plans, there may be no out-of-pocket cost to you.

Call to schedule a complimentary evaluation and assessment with one of our healthcare professionals during office hours.

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Behavioral Health: 214-393-3640; Fax: 214-261-2317

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Counseling is a collaborative process through which individuals or couples work one-on-one with a trained licensed counselor in a safe, caring, and confidential environment. The goal is to talk through mental health issues and help clients explore their feelings, beliefs, or behaviors, identify aspects of their lives that they would like to change, better understand themselves and others and set personal goals.

Good therapy is client-driven, respectful, culturally sensitive, and affirmative. Specific goals for therapy are determined by you and your therapist based on short-term counseling, typically once or twice weekly for 12-20 sessions.

Telehealth Mental Health Services Counseling
Individual Counseling 50 minutes-Adults (18+)
Couples Counseling 60 minutes-Adults (18+)
Individual Counseling 50 minutes-Adolescents (13-17)

Common Issues

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Drug Abuse and Addiction
  • Adult & Child ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
  • Relationship Problems
  • LGBTQ-Related Issues
  • Gender Identity
  • Work-Related Stress
  • Anger Management
  • Bullying
  • Grief & Loss
  • Obsessive & Compulsive Behaviors
  • PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders)

Call to speak with one of our healthcare professionals during office hours.

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Behavioral Health: 214-393-3640; Fax: 214-261-2317 
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Resource Center is committed to ensuring all members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) community receive accepting and gender-affirming care. In addition to individual and couples counseling, support groups and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), multiple services are offered to transgender, gender-diverse and queer/ questioning individuals. Services are provided by a licensed professional counselor who is trained in affirmative therapy. Assessment follows World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) Standards of Care version 7.

Assessments Available

  • Telehealth Gender-affirming Assessment and Clearance Letters
  • Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) Letter (18+, Texas Resident)
  • Gender Confirmation Surgeries (GCS) Letters (18+, Texas Resident)
  • Legal services letter (i.e. name change, gender-marker change) (18+, Texas Resident)


Must be 18 years or older and a current resident in the state of Texas.

Contact Us

Behavioral Health: 214-393-3640; Fax: 214-261-2317 
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