Meet our Partners
civic and business leaders
To see what events our partners are hosting, visit the In Your Area page and select your region. You can also share the events with friends and family.
Texoma Health Foundation
A philanthropic catalyst for change supporting the health and well-being of people living in Grayson, Fannin, Bryan, and Marshall Counties.
The largest provider of mental health services in Dallas County provides behavioral health, primary care, pharmacy, housing, and supportive services for children and adults in need.
Wellness Alliance for Total Children’s Health of Denton County
WATCH is a public/private coalition led by Cook Children’s Healthcare System dedicated to unifying resources focused on increasing awareness and access to mental health services for children.
University of North Texas
Behavioral medicine programs preparing new mental healthcare professionals to serve Texas.
The Wezmore Project, INC.
Focuses on teaching children, teens, families, and educators about emotional wholeness and emotional intelligence to build healthy, happy humans.
Family Support Services
A full-service behavioral health agency providing a community where individuals and families are healthy, stable and violence free.
El Paso Behavioral Health Consortium
The El Paso Behavioral Health Consortium (Consortium) convened to examine the El Paso community behavioral health system in preparation for future service needs and funding trends. Its actions are informed by community leaders and available data including an El Paso County behavioral health system assessment conducted in 2014. Paso del Norte Health Foundation plays a key role as a neutral facilitator for the Consortium. The Consortium is committed to ongoing collaboration where all partners are welcome, empowered, and unified to achieve the ideal behavioral health service and support system.
Samaritan Counseling Center
An interfaith, community based service that seeks to improve the health of mind, body and spirit through counseling, psychotherapy, research and education.
San Antonio Clubhouse
Dedicated to the recovery of men and women with mental illness by providing a community of mutual support in which members live, work and learn.
Dedicated to raising awareness about mental illness, and improving the quality of life and recovery of people with mental illness and their families through peer-led support and education programs.
Want to be a Partner?
We’re looking to offer a variety of help and support throughout Texas. If you are interested in partnering with Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute and supporting the Okay to Say™ movement, let us know. If you have questions about what it means to be a partner, check out our Questions page to get more information.