Welcome to our organization
In 1970, The Central Texas Mental Heath Mental Retardation Center (CTMHMR, now dba Center for Life Resources) was established after a long range planning by several community advocates, for the mentally challenged, i.e., Janie Clements, Reverand John Darden, and W. Lee Watson.
As an agency of the State, the Center has provided services in the counties of Brown, Eastland, Coleman, Comanche, San Saba, Mills, and McCulloch for individuals with mental illness, mental retardation, and substance abuse.
A 24-Hour Crisis Intervention Hotline is available to the residents of the region and works cooperatively with local law enforcement agencies and hospitals.
A nine-member board governs the Center. Eight members are appointed by the County Commissioners and one is appointed by the Brownwood City Council. These members represent the respective counties served.
- Relate to others with love and respect.
- Communicate with authenticity.
- Deal with difficult issues.
- Bridge differences with integrity.
- Celebrate individual differences.
Local Planning Information
The Center is looking to engage a public accounting firm to perform the annual financial and compliance audit for fiscal year 2013. ...More
The Center for Life Resources is responsible for developing, updating, and maintaining a Local Service Area Plan in compliance with The Department of State Health Services (DSHS) Performance Contract. The Plan is written to ...More
Psychiatric Hospital Services and/or Crisis Stabilization Unit Services Request for Proposal
The Center is seeking proposals for the provision of Psychiatric Hospital Services and/or Crisis Stabilization Unit Services. The services requested shall be performed at the Contract facility location. ...More