Spindletop Center

Spindletop’s new Specialty Psychiatric Clinic can aid people in working toward solutions to their most difficult life issues. The goal of the clinic is to help people improve their emotional and mental health, including relationship difficulties and the process of working through life changes, losses and transitions.

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The Spindletop Center is expanding. With the new primary healthcare clinic grand opening June 6 and plans for a new 15-unit low-income housing complex for people with mental or developmental disabilities in the works, the center is growing by leaps and bounds, all while keeping its mission in mind — the mission to promote independence, self-advocacy, and recovery for Spindltetop consumers.

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Across the nation and here in Southeast Texas, people are looking at mental health and healthcare in honor of National Mental Health Awareness Month, May 2013.

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The upcoming session of the Texas Legislature presents challenges for those who have a stake in the future of delivery of services to people who have mental illness, intellectual and developmental disabilities, or substance abuse issues. On the table are possible cuts to funding of programs that help many people in Southeast Texas.

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Spindletop Center (formerly Spindletop Mental Health, Mental Retardation) received a grant Wednesday, Nov. 14, to expand the scope of its treatment to help clients achieve better health, both mental and physical.

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In an effort to combat homelessness and provide safe, affordable housing for clients in need, the Spindletop Center opened the doors of the Courtyard at Spindletop, a new independent-living apartment complex in Beaumont, on Thursday, Oct. 25. The group invited interested community members to join them for the ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening of the new complex that morning.

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