Contracts & LPND
Permian Basin Community Centers periodically puts out Requests for Information (RFI), Requests for Application (RFA) and Requests for Proposal (RFP). Please contact us at 432-570-3333 for more information.
Permian Basin Community Centers is required by rules passed by the 80th Texas legislative session to develop a two-year local plan for the development of an external provider network for mental health services. This plan will provide a standardized, transparent process for planning and developing a network of mental health service providers, emphasize a choice of providers, and allow for local control through stakeholder input while requiring the network to be managed by PBCC.
In accordance with Texas Health and Safety Code (THSC), §533.0352 (Local Authority Planning for Local Service Area), “each local mental health and mental retardation authority shall develop a local service area plan to maximize the authority’s services by using the best and most cost-effective means of using federal, state, and local resources to meet the needs of the local community according to the relative priority of those needs.”
THSC §533.03521 requires PBCC to “develop a local network development plan regarding the configuration and development of the local mental health authority’s provider network. The plan must reflect local needs and priorities and maximize consumer choice and access to qualified service providers.” Questions should be directed to: Megan Newman at Permian Basin Community Centers; 600 N Grant; Odessa, Texas 79764; 432-333-3265; Fax 432-570-3346; firstname.lastname@example.org
Mental Health Services Request for Interested Parties As the Local Mental Health Authority, Permian Basin Community Centers (PBCC) is seeking private providers who may be interested in collaborating for the provision of mental health services as part of our Local Provider Network Development. Please click here for more information.
YES Waiver Services
PBCC has been contracted with DSHS to administer and provide services as part of a new Medicaid 1915 (c) waiver entitled the YES Waiver. The intention of the YES Waiver is to reduce out-of-home placements and inpatient psychiatric treatment by all child-serving agencies through the provision of a complete continuum of community-based services and supports for children and adolescents who have serious emotional disturbances (SED) and their families.
For more information about the YES Waiver and opportunities to contract for services, click here.
Currently contracted MH Services
PBCC currently has 2 Family Partners. PBCC also contracts for the following MH Services:
Psychiatric Services: Dr. Roddy Strobel; Dr. James Huddleston; JSA Health LLC; Dr. Mark Luley; Dr. Wilbur Lineback
Laboratory Services: Alpine Medical Center
Crisis Hotline Services: Avail Solutions
Physician Services: Bacani Clinic
Counseling Services: Gena Howle; Cinda Muench
Nursing Services: Reliable Nursing Services