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What's New

New Hours for Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES)
On Thursday, October 1, 2015 Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) at 56 East Avenue changed to an Urgent Care service for mental health crises. Click here for additional information.

Upcoming Mental Health First Aid Training
Want to learn how you can help someone in a mental health crisis? Learn how by taking one of our upcoming Adult or Youth Mental Health First Aid classes.

New Mental Health Crisis Center
Austin Travis County Integral Care is developing a new type of mental health crisis service for our community. Stakeholders in Travis County worked together over many years to identify the types of services our community needs and prioritized this level of care as critical to our continuum of services. A series of frequently asked questions intended to provide more information about the project is available here.

Housing First Oak Springs
Housing First Oak Springs LLC, a subsidiary of Austin Travis County Integral Care, is developing the new construction project, the Housing First Oak Springs facility which will be the first of its kind in Travis County. It will be a multi-story apartment building with co-located services, developed on the principles of Housing First, an evidenced-based, whole-health treatment approach designed to address the needs of homeless individuals with mental illness. For more information about the new facility, click here.

Substance Use Report
In recognition of National Recovery Month, Austin Travis County Integral Care is pleased to present the Travis County Plan for Substance Use Disorders, available here. Since December 2013, Integral Care has led a diverse group of community stakeholders to assess and elevate the visibility of substance use impacts in Travis County. This collaboration enabled development of the plan, one step in an ongoing effort to continue improving services and supports for people affected by substance use disorder.

Notice: Request for Applications (RFA) for Non-Traditional Community Based Services and for Licensed, Certified Professionals and Counseling Services

Effective July 6, 2015, Austin Travis County Integral Care will be seeking Request for Applications (RFA) for Non-Traditional Community Based Services and for Licensed, Certified Professionals and Counseling Services. Applications must be received by Integral Care no later than 5 p.m. on October 9, 2015.  Please click here, and follow submission instructions.

New Mental Health Resource Site for Texans
There's a new website developed by the Texas Department of State Health Services that provides Texans with mental health information and resources. It has a treatment locator, mobile apps, an events calendar and a list of important numbers like 2-1-1 (to connect to local mental health resources) and the Veteran's Crisis Line (1-800-273-8255).

Strategic Planning Services Request for Proposals (RFP)
Austin Travis County Integral Care is currently soliciting proposals through a Request for Proposals (RFP) process for Strategic Planning Services. RFPs may be mailed or sent electronically, by contacting Brody Ballard at brody.ballard@atcic.org or (512) 440-4022 beginning October 5, 2015.  The deadline to submit a proposal under the RFP is 4 p.m. CST on October 26, 2015. Historically Underutilized Businesses, including Minority-Owned Businesses and Women-Owned Businesses, are encouraged to apply.

Construction Manager-at-Risk Request for Proposals (RFP)
Austin Travis County Integral Care (“ATCIC”) has awarded a contract to Bartlette Cocke General Contractors, LLC for Construction Manager-at-Risk services, as a result of ATCIC’s RFP dated April 27, 2015. A public log is kept of all offerors who submitted proposals in response to the RFP (“Offerors”). Offerors are listed in order of descending rank, beginning with the Offeror who submitted the proposal which received the highest ranking score. The public log may be accessed here

Children's Mental Health Planning
Click here to view the new Travis County Plan for Children's Mental Health.

Military Veteran Peer Network
The Military Veteran Peer Network connects veterans and their families to local state and national resources through and active group of veteran peers. Integral Care is a provider within the MVPN. If you're a veteran, and you'd like to learn more, click the image below to learn more.

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