NTBHA 24/7 COVID-19
Toll-Free Mental Health Support Line
Available for those experiencing stress and anxiety due to the current state of emergency within the counties of Dallas, Ellis, Hunt, Kaufman, Navarro, and Rockwall.
A message from Homeward Bound Executive Director Douglas W. Denton:
Homeward Bound is open and serving the North Texas and El Paso communities as we have for 40 years through all sorts of crises. Our staff is determined to continue helping you and those you love through this emergency.
Sadly, this is a time like no other in recent memory.
In order to keep everyone safe inside our facilities and in the larger community, we’re asking potential outpatient clients seeking intake appointments at
315 Sunset in Dallas to call us at 214-941-3500
- or -
8716 Independence in El Paso call 915-772-9111
to make appointments before they arrive. This policy helps us maintain the new citywide guidelines restricting groups to 10 or less. We know it’s important that you continue with treatment during this stressful time. So please call us.
We are also taking temperatures of all visitors, clients and staff members. Anyone who has a higher than normal temperature, who is coughing, sneezing or appears to be ill will be referred to a medical facility.
We are suspending visitation in the residential treatment until May 1st – please watch this website for updates. Please help us by honoring this temporary restriction. It will help keep you and our clients safe.
Please call if you need our help. We are here for you as we have always been.
To make a donation by check to
Homeward Bound, please send your check to our secure Post Office Box:
Homeward Bound, Inc.
P.O. Box 222194
Dallas, TX 75222-2194
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click on the box below.
Since our founding in 1980, Homeward Bound, Inc., has helped more than 100,000 people overcome drug and alcohol addiction. We offer complete substance abuse treatment, comprehensive residential, and outpatient programs.