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North Texas State Hospital is a Texas State mental healthcare facility consisting of two campuses in northern Texas. Together, the organization is the largest state hospital in the Texas mental health system. These campuses provide psychiatric services for mentally ill persons and persons with mental illness and mental retardation throughout the North Texas area, as well as the entire state.

The campus in Wichita Falls treats patients with mental illness and mental illness/mental retardation who have been screened and referred by their local mental health facility. The Wichita Falls campus is also Medicare certified.

The Vernon campus provides maximum security adult forensic psychiatric services to adults and secured forensic services to adolescents referred from throughout the state.

About
The Volunteer Services Council's for North Texas State Hospital are non-profit organizations dedicated to enhancing the lives of the patients at North Texas State Hospital in Vernon and Wichita Falls.  There is a Volunteer Services Council both in Vernon and Wichita Falls.
Mission
The mission of the Volunteer Services Council's
North Texas State Hospital is to enhance the quality of life of the patients at our hospital through the acquisition and development  of resources, both financial and human.
Overview
The Volunteer Services Council's for North Texas State Hospital are non-profit organizations dedicated to enhancing the lives of the patients at North Texas State Hospital in Vernon and Wichita Falls.  There is a Volunteer Services Council both in Vernon and Wichita Falls which provide for the patients at North Texas State Hospital through donations, fundraiser's, and volunteers.

Volunteer Service Council

North Texas State Hospital