May 5, 2015
Vision and Leadership The El Paso Behavioral Health Consortium (Consortium) convened to examine the El Paso community behavioral health system in preparation for future service needs and funding trends.
The Consortium envisions an accessible, person-centered behavioral health system of care in the El Paso region. Its actions are informed by community leaders and available data including an El Paso County behavioral health system assessment conducted in 2014.
Knowing that existing groups have projects underway in various sectors of the behavioral health system, the Consortium developed strategic leadership councils to seek out and engage organizations in communication, coordination, and collaboration to achieve the vision.
Strategic Leadership Councils The Consortium Leadership Councils include leaders and key stakeholders with influence in priority areas identified by the El Paso Behavioral Health System Assessment: behavioral health integration, Justice and family behavioral health. Each Leadership Council is chaired by a Consortium Executive Committee member with background in the identified arena. Each Leadership Council will engage existing community action groups in collaboration and organizational policy change for greater impact from resources and services.
Family Leadership Council Justice Leadership Council Integration Leadership Council
Get Involved The Consortium is committed to ongoing collaboration where all partners are welcome, empowered, and unified to achieve the vision. To learn more about the El Paso Behavioral Health Consortium, the 2014 El Paso County Behavioral Health System Assessment, or the Consortium Leadership Councils, contact Enrique Mata, Senior Program Officer, Paso del Norte Health Foundation, at email@example.com, or call 915-544-7636.
2014 El Paso County Behavioral Health Assessment Executive Summary 2014 El Paso County Behavioral Health Assessment Full Report El Paso Behavioral Health Consortium Brochure El Paso Behavioral Health Consortium Partners
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March 19, 2018
Construction of the 3.4-mile Playa Drain Trail from Ascarate Park to Riverside High School continues to move on schedule. Below are new photos of construction looking east from Ascarate Park and between Little Flower Rd. and Sparrow Dr.
The trail is a partnership of the Paso del Norte Health Foundation (Health Fo…