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Mental Health Assessment

ACADA (Amarillo Council on Alcohol/Drug Abuse)
Free alcohol/drug abuse screening, evaluation, assessment and referral for substance abuser 17 years and older and their family.

Barton Behavioral Health Solutions PLLC.
1901 Medi Park Drive, Suite 219
Assessments for ADHD, learning disorders, mood and anxiety disorders and others. Group, individual, and family counseling is available.

Healing Hearts Counseling Services
Julie Dalton Rose, MA LPC NCC
719 S. Austin

  • Children, Teens, Family Issues
  • Experience with developmental delays and chronic illnesses
  • Individual/Group Parenting classes available
  • Experience with Military Family Issues
  • Experience with Foster/Adoption- Individual and Family Counseling
  • Medicaid/Insurance Accepted

NAMI - Family to family (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
806-354-9050 or 806-678-7385

VA Hospital
6010 West Amarillo Blvd
Columbia Conference Room 2012, Second floor
6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
This is a free series of 12 weekly classes structured to help caregivers understand and support individuals with serious mental illness while maintaining their own well being. The course is taught by a team of trained NAMI family member volunteers who know what it's like to have a loved one struggling with one of these brain disorders.

NWTH: Emergency Room
They will provide mental health assessments all hours. They take Medicaid and other insurances.

Pavilion: NWTH
Free assessments and services accept Medicaid and other insurance. Must report to the NWTH Emergency room for assessment and medical clearance.

Suicide Prevention Resource Center Best Practices Registry
1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Suicide Prevention Lifeline website (link opens in a new window)

The purpose of the Best Practices Registry (BPR) is to identify, review, and disseminate information about best practices that address specific objectives of the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention (link opens in a new window). The BPR is a collaborative project of the Suicide Prevention Resource Center (link opens in a new window) and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (link opens in a new window). It is funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (link opens in a new window).

901 Wallace Blvd.

1501 S. Polk Amarillo Outpatient Clinic

  • Adult Service: 806-337-1700
  • Children Services: 806-354-2191
  • Emergency/Crisis: 806-359-6699   
  • They accept Medicaid, work on sliding scale and accept most insurance

Texas Tech Department of Psychiatry
1400 Coulter
Psychotherapy, (child, adolescent, adult, geriatric), marriage & family therapy, psychological evaluations, behavioral assessments, vocational testing, hypnotherapy, biofeedback, neurofeedback, forensic evaluation. Assessments are not free but they take Medicaid, CHIPS, and most insurance.

Private Agencies For Mental Health Assessments
Pam Kirby & Mark Izzard (Psychologists)
1208 Wolflin
Adult and children's services
Medicaid and most insurance

Dr. Kleinpeter (Psychologist)
1901 Medi-Park, Suite 1036
Adult and children's services. Medicaid and most insurance accepted.

Dr. Ruben Mendoza (Psychiatrist)
1500 S. Taylor
Adult and children's services. Medicaid and most insurance accepted.

Janis Savage, M., Ed. L.P.C.
3012 SW 26th, suite 700 Cedar Forum
Expertise with children: depression, anxiety, abuse and behavioral problems, parent-child relations therapy. Also expertise with adults: depression, anxiety, grief, relationship, etc. Medicaid approved.

Dr. Veeramachaneni (Psychiatrist)
22 Care Circle
Will take Medicaid if they go through TPMHMR. Private pay or most insurance, if they don't.

Dr. Warnica (Psychologist)
3611 Soncy, Suite 7-A

  • Adult and children's services
  • Medicaid, CHIP (for assessment only)
  • Most insurance accepted for therapy services

Janet S. Wilkinson, M.Ed., LPC
3611 Soncy Dr., Suite 4A