Through collaboration with our community partners, Baylor College of Medicine provides access to quality mental health care to the adults, children and families of Houston and its surrounding areas.
Clinic for International Trauma Survivors
The Clinic for International Trauma Survivors is staffed by Baylor psychiatrists in the Harris Health System dedicated to serving international trauma/torture survivors and refugees. We provide psychotherapy, psychoeducation, psychiatric evaluation, and medication management for a variety of psychiatric disorders.
Be Well Be Connected
Be Well Be Connected is committed to providing access to quality mental health care. Our program is for students, ages 6-17, from five Houston-area school districts and serves youth who are at high risk for developing serious emotional disturbances (SED). We offer direct services and family support in their homes.
Texas Child Mental Health Care Consortium
The Texas Child Mental Health Care Consortium (TCMHCC) implements evidence-based programs to improve the mental health care gap in the state and creates collaborative networks with the state’s 12 academic medical centers (or health-related institutions), state agencies and nonprofits, local schools, and local community mental health providers.
Community Health Centers
We partner with community-based organizations to provide high quality, evidence-based care to underserved areas and to help promote wellness initiatives in neighborhoods near our community health centers, school clinics and same-day.
Medical Services & Outreach
Baylor College of Medicine faculty, staff and students are dedicated to being a ongoing medical and health resources to our community at large including – health professionals, businesses and organizations.