Updated: Aug 23, 2021
Celebrating the health network's newest place of healing, team members on August 16 held a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house at the JPS Center for Behavioral Health Recovery.
Tours were given of the new clinic at 601 W. Terrell Avenue. Those who work there hailed the new site as an inviting, constructive and positive space where they have more tools to help people get better.
Scroll through this photo gallery from the open house:
The Center for Behavioral Health Recovery replaced the aging Hemphill Behavioral Health Outpatient Clinic at the Corner of Hemphill Street and Allen Avenue on the southwest corner of the JPS Main Campus.
The Hemphill building will soon be torn down and replaced with a parking lot. That move will make way for a new Psychiatric Emergency Center (PEC) to be built closer to the center of the campus on land currently occupied by parking. The PEC is part of the $800-million Bond Construction Program passed by Tarrant County voters in November 2018.