Healing one step at a time, together.
“A fight well fought is by all means courageous, but to do it alone is a heartbreak.” – Adam G. Cammack
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, over 20% of U.S. adults struggle with some form of mental illness. In the Texas Mental Health Condition and Substance Use Disorder Parity Strategic Plan, the Texas government reports that over 61% of Texans struggling with mental health issues are not receiving the care they need & deserve.
At Lone Star’s outpatient psychiatric care center, our goal is to ensure you receive the care you need & deserve.
We accomplish this through various therapies designed to foster relationships and develop coping skills for recovery.
Call today to find help.
Does Lone Star provide evening therapy sessions?
No, we do not provide evening services. All therapy in Lone Star Behavioral Health’s outpatient facility is done between 8:30am and 2:30pm.
Does Lone Star treat patients with dementia or alzheimer's disease?
In most cases, Lone Star is not able to treat patients with dimentia or severe alzheimers as these diseases limit the effectiveness of the treatment we provide.
What should I make sure to bring with me on my first visit to Lone Star's outpatient care center?
Some information and paperwork which would be useful includes:
- Hospital discharge paperwork.
- Medication List
- Treatment History
Please Note: This information may be patient specific. As such, we encourage you to call in advance to determine what to bring.
What insurances does Lone Star accept?
We are constantly working to expand the insurance providers we partner with to ensure you can receive medical care.
As of December 2021, Lone Star does accept traditional medicare.
For any other insurance provider, please call (281) 351-6644.