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Make An Impact In Your Community

Spindletop Center is a public, non-profit community health center providing resources and supports in Jefferson, Chambers, Orange, Hardin, Jasper and Galveston (early childhood intervention programs only) counties, including mental health services, programs for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, substance use disorder treatment, and early childhood intervention programs.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to help people help themselves by providing resources and supports.

Promoting healthy living in our community.


  • We value all persons and treat them with dignity and respect.

  • We develop services responsive to the needs, values, and desires of our community.

  • We value and respect families for the important role they play in the effective treatment and delivery of services.

  • We embrace self-advocacy and recovery as means of independence.

  • We measure our success by the outcomes of each person and our impact on the community.

  • We educate, motivate and empower staff to accomplish their work with confidence and pride by valuing and respecting them.

  • We recognize and celebrate best practices.

  • We educate people to help our community.

  • We utilize resources in the most efficient manner to minimize our impact on the environment.

  • We accommodate and encourage our staff's community involvement.


How We Impact Our Community

  • Serve over 16,000 unduplicated individuals every year

  • Provide 24-hour mental health crisis care, including screening, counseling, and resolution

  • Utilize our mobile mental health clinics to provide outreach and services to community neighborhoods in rural areas

  • Established an Early Onset Psychosis Program to help 15-30 year olds cope with their psychosis symptoms and improve their ability to live independently

  • Offer multiple programs to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including early childhood intervention, vocational training, communication therapy and community living skills

  • Expanded our Mental Health Deputy Program partnerships to allow more Mental Health Peace Officers and Crisis Intervention Specialists to serve individuals in our community experiencing crisis

  • Provide substance use disorder treatment services to individuals, groups, and families

  • If you have a passion for helping others and want to make a difference in the Southeast Texas community, join our team and help us promote healthy living within our community.

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24-Hour Toll-Free Crisis Hotline: 1(800)937-8097

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