Primary, Dental, and Behavioral Health
Over the past two decades, SHR has grown into a comprehensive health care system in East Texas, providing affordable care for the whole family. With clinics in Longview, Tyler, Paris and Texarkana, as well as a mobile unit to serve more rural areas, SHR now provides health care to families in all 23 East Texas counties. Learn More About SHR >
Our services include adult and pediatric primary care, adult and pediatric dental care, women’s health, immunizations and vaccinations, STD and HIV/AIDS screening and treatment, as well as mental health services and substance abuse treatment.
SHR is proud to bring quality health care to all 23 counties of East Texas. We have convenient locations in Longview, Tyler, Paris, Jacksonville, and Texarkana, as well as a mobile clinic that serves the rural areas of East Texas. Whatever health care needs you have, SHR has friendly doctors and medical providers nearby to serve you.
Special Health Resources began as AIDS Inc, the community response to the AIDS epidemic late 80s. Initially, AIDS Inc provided social support to HIV positive individuals and their families, but soon, the organization assumed a leading role in providing medical care, emergency assistance and case management and other supportive services to HIV positive individuals across 23 counties of northeast Texas. The original name was changed to Special Health Resources to reflect its broadened mission and services.
This practice serves all patients regardless of ability to pay. Discounts for essential services are offered based on family size and income.
SHR is a FTCA Deemed Facility. This health center is a Health Center Program grantee under 42U.S.C. 254b, and a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n).
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