Behavioral Health Members


Workforce shortages, limited funding and insurance/treatment barriers create obstacles to accessing appropriate behavioral health care. The result is that adults and children in Texas with behavioral health needs increasingly rely on clinically inappropriate settings, such as hospital emergency departments, to receive needed behavioral health treatment.

THA Supports Behavioral Health in Texas


Behavioral health concerns have been pushed front and center – and now is the time to make additional investments in behavioral health policies, hospitals, programs and workforce.

Learn more about THA’s behavioral health advocacy efforts here.

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2023 Quality & Behavioral Health Conference
Oct. 12 – 13, 2023
Georgetown, Texas

With two distinct content tracks, this this hybrid event will cover the latest hot topics ranging from workforce to regulatory issues. This program is a must attend for clinicians and administrators working to provide the highest quality health care across the continuum.

Get Involved

THA’s Behavioral Health Council
The Behavioral Health Council provides a conduit between THA member psychiatric hospitals and the THA Board of Trustees and Council of Policy Development. The council focuses attention on issues impacting this industry segment, including hosting an annual summer conference for psychiatric and mental health service providers.

Questions? Contact Sharon Beasley at [email protected].

Spotlight on Behavioral Health Hospital Members

We recognize and appreciate the work of Texas’ behavioral health hospitals and health care providers. Here are some of the many behavioral health hospitals that are making a difference in the communities they serve.

Further Reading