The Edinburg Center was established in 1977 as a non-profit community-based services agency. The Center’s mission is distinguished by our longstanding belief that all people have the potential to learn, the capacity for change and the right to live a meaningful life in the community of his or her choice. Our mission is to provide an array of innovative services which promote personal growth and independence, foster hope and enhance the quality of life of people with mental health conditions, co-occurring substance use conditions and/or developmental disabilities, and brain injury services. The Center maintains a specific commitment to and has an established reputation for successfully providing services to people whose complex needs and challenging behaviors have typically been barriers to community living. Over the past three decades, The Center has grown into a thriving organization which provides a robust range of community services which are based on the unique needs of the individuals we serve. This range includes adult community outreach support services, residential supports, short-term respite care for adults with both mental health conditions and/or developmental disabilities, day treatment services, clubhouse services, outpatient counseling and medication services. We also provide a range of notable children and family services statewide which are comprised of in-home behavioral services, therapeutic monitoring and in-home therapy services.