Improving Lives.

Mental Health and Substance Use Treatment

WellBridge Greater Dallas is a full service mental healthcare provider for adults and seniors ages 50 and above. By prioritizing the dignity of our patients, individualized treatment, and holistic mind-body care, the dedicated professionals of WellBridge are changing the way people think about mental illness and mental healthcare.  It is our mission to improve the lives of our patients, families and each other.


We remain open for our patients. We are taking extra precautions relating to safety and cleanliness surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, including additional PPE, sanitization, and visitation limitations. Our hospital is currently virus free and open 24/7 for inpatient treatment. We are also excited to offer inpatient assessment and evaluation, as well as our outpatient treatment program (IOP) virtually via Telehealth! Call or email WellBridge Hospital Greater Dallas for more information.

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Taking care of your health

What We Treat

WellBridge can treat many different mental health, substance use and co-occurring diagnosis.

Inpatient Treatment Programs

WellBridge Greater Dallas offers multiple health focused inpatient treatment options for adults.

Outpatient Treatment

For patients requiring a less intensive, more flexible option to help manage mental health or substance use conditions.

Planning Your Visit


Treatment begins with a confidential assessment by a qualified mental health professional. Please call 972.596.5445 24/7 365 days a year, or fill out the form below, and one of our WellBridge team members will contact you. Your personal information will be kept confidential and will not be shared with anyone.


4301 Mapleshade Lane, Plano, Texas 75093

(972) 596-5445

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WellBridge Healthcare complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Additionally, language assistance services and communication aids are available, free of charge, to individuals whose primary language is not English, are limited-English-proficient or are hearing-impaired. For further information about our non-discrimination and availability of services policy, contact: Patient Advocate/Grievance Coordinator, (972) 596-5445, TTY/State Relay Number 7-1-1 or click here.