At Texana Center we offer a wide array of career opportunities ranging from administrative to direct care. Below are a few examples of how our team member greatly impact the lives of people receiving our services.
Our Intellectual and Developmental Disability Service Coordinators plan and monitor all services for individuals who are receiving assistance through various funding sources. The Service Coordinators build close relationships with individuals, their families and others involved in the person’s life. Service Coordinators provide the path for individuals to achieve personal goals for living independently, working in their communities, and being healthy and safe. This team of caring staff is often the sole resource for families seeking assistance.
This team of dedicated staff provides care to individuals with developmental disabilities living in our community based group homes. These homes are 4 bedroom homes, located in residential communities throughout Fort Bend and Wharton counties. The care and support that the Residence Support Staff provides to these individuals is essential and life saving.
Care Coordinators provide direct mental health services to both youth and adults diagnosed with chronic, serious mental illness. They assess, plan, coordinate, monitor, and link patients to community resources and service providers. These positions are located in Bay City, Brookshire, Columbus, Rosenberg, Sugar Land, and Wharton.
Staff at our Behavior Treatment and Training Center have the opportunity to work at a one of a kind facility dedicated to supporting children from all across the state to improve their behavior and safety skills so that they can successfully return home to their families. The dedicated team of residential trainers and other professionals work together to provide intensive, nurturing, behavior analysis intervention to help children who need us the most to succeed.
Provides essential support for the organization,
ensuring that services and operations run smoothly and effectively.
Work with children, youth, or adults with autism and empower them to reach for their goals and dreams. Service settings range from the client’s home to community, clinic and residential settings.
If you have a passion for helping those with autism, we have a role for you.
Staff members in this area work with individuals and families of adults and youth in order to resolve mental health crises. Crisis service roles include:
Work with clients who had a developmental disabilities. Roles include service coordination, residential support, community support, employment support, medical services, program management and more.
Work with the youngest members of our community, and their families. Help them grow and develop the skills they need to move ahead.
Staff members in this area work with individuals and families of adults and youth to achieve recovery from the effects of mental illness. Service roles include: care coordinator, licensed professionals, peer specialists, family partners and medical services.