Panhandle Behavioral Health Alliance
Welcome to the Panhandle Behavioral Health Alliance website! We’re working to improve mental health service delivery in 26 counties of northwest Texas by supporting the development of a highly responsive, clinically effective and efficient community behavioral health system. While on this website, you can learn more about our organization, find behavioral health resources, see PBHA in the news or contact us if you’re interested in getting more involved. If you’re in a crisis situation and need immediate help, call 1-806-359-6699 locally or 1-800-692-4039 toll free.
Take a free Mental Health Test!
A screening is a tool that has been proven by research to help identify symptoms of a mental health disorder. MHA's screening tools provide an anonymous, free and private way to learn about your mental health and if you are showing warning signs of a mental illness. A screening only takes a few minutes, and after you are finished you will be given information about the next steps you should take based on the results.
A screening is not a diagnosis, but it can be a helpful tool for starting a conversation with your doctor or a loved one about your mental health.
Texans Recovering Together: COVID-19 IDD and Behavioral Health Resources
Texans Recovering Together provides short-term stress management and crisis counseling to individuals and groups having psychological reactions to large-scale, presidentially declared disasters. Texans experiencing anxiety, stress or emotional changes due to the pandemic can seek help from these resources.
Mental health support line includes peer support groups for frontline healthcare workers.
To call a local number: (806) 359-6699
Texans Recovering Together is a program administered by HHS’s Disaster Behavioral Health Services.
Prevention and Early Intervention
Prevention and early intervention can improve our community's mental health for the future. Learn what PBHA is doing to address these opportunities in our local community.
Panhandle Provider Shortage
The top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle have a shortage of mental health workers. The Panhandle Behavioral Health Alliance is working to address this shortage in the Panhandle.
Let's work together to help people know that mental health is just as important as physical health, and mental illnesses are treatable.