Veteran Mental Health Services

About the Program

Our Enduring Families program provides free individual, couples/marriage, and family psychotherapy for veterans and their family members, as well as child-centered play therapy for children ages 4 and older. This program focuses on the veteran and their family’s unique needs ranging from coping with symptoms of PTSD, depression, anxiety and substance use to teaching effective decision-making, parenting and communication skills.

As the lead agency of the Texas Veterans + Family Alliance Behavioral Health Collaborative, we offer referral services to a comprehensive array of free treatment options, such as integrative therapies and non-clinical services, whether independently or as a complement to psychotherapy. In addition, our program works closely with Veterans Affairs to connect veterans, their families, and caregivers to benefits and services earned through military service.


  • Clients are connected with a licensed psychotherapist for weekly sessions. Sessions are 45 to 50 minutes in duration and typically occur each week on the same day and at the same time.
  • In-person services are available at our Fort Worth, Dallas, and Denton campuses and are for clients who reside in the DFW metroplex. Online telehealth services are available statewide.

Additional Information

Our master’s and PhD level licensed mental health clinicians use evidence-based practices to address anxiety and mood disorders, suicidal ideation and behaviors, substance use, concerns related to identity, adjustment, and more.

For spouses and caregivers, assistance is available to address the effects of secondary traumatic stress symptoms, the challenges of civilian transition and adjustment, and the many demands of military lifestyle.

For children ages 4 and older, our play therapy room offers a supportive space where children can process emotions through play, develop coping skills, improve communication, and foster family bonds.

The Texas Veterans Portal is a resource that connects veterans, their families, caregivers, and survivors to the assistance, benefits, and services earned from military service.

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