Serving the communities in Stephens, Shackelford, Callahan and Taylor counties, children and adults will receive high quality dental services from caring dentists. The dentists and dental staff understand what it takes to improve oral health in the communities we serve. We stand ready to provide emergency care, ongoing treatment, and education for patients that will help them to achieve great oral health and enable them to maintain that health for a lifetime.
What sets us apart is our focus on education concerning preventive measures patients can take that will reduce the risk of oral diseases including cavities. We don’t just treat the problems; we want to help you to be more aware of how to prevent them.
- Teeth Whitening
- Nitrous Oxide
- Preventative care
- Patient Education
We accept most insurances, Medicaid, and CHIPS. We also offer discounts based on income level and household size. Call for more information. Same day appointments are available. It’s important to have your child’s first visit at six months of age.
Comprehensive Care for All
At ResourceCare, we believe that it should be easy for you to access the health services you need for yourself and your family. We pride ourselves on providing our patients with a full range of health care services on-site for health care that’s convenient and affordable. Walk-ins are welcome and same day appointments are available!
- Women’s Health
- Pediatric Care
- Well Woman Exams
- Geriatric Care
- Texas Health Steps
- Diabetic Testing
- Asthma Testing & Therapy
- Coumadin Monitoring
- Monofilament Testing
- Breast Exam
- Birth Control
- Prostate Exam
Our care and concern for a patient goes beyond just their physical health. We understand if you can’t afford health care, can’t pay for your basic utilities or don’t have enough to feed your children, that your personal world will be filled with stress which can lead to medical problems.
While we can’t help with all problems, our Case Managers attempt to find any resource that can provide for our patients. Many times the help needed is just temporary, but it can make a big difference in a person's life. Our Outreach department is the heart and soul of our organization.
Two of our larger programs are designed to help our youth. Summer Day Camp and ASPIRE:
Summer Day Camp (Albany)
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Summer Day Camp has been a part of our organization since 1998. It initially began to help reduce the youth crime rate during the summer months in Albany with the first camp only registering around 15 kids. Over the years it has grown to be so much more than when it started.
Currently Day Camp is registering around 175 kids ages 3-12 for a total of 3 weeks during the month of July. 40 High School students are also given jobs as camp counselors and we usually have around 10 junior high volunteers.
Camp helps provide a safe place during the summer months as well as educational experiences.
The children take tours of the local fire department, City Library, and Old Jail Art Center, as well as participate in a day of community service in the town of Albany. They also swim daily from 1-3 and other recreational activities throughout the day. Breakfast snacks are provided each morning as well as warm nutritional meals for lunch that are sponsored by the Summer Food Program.
Program Director: Mindy Ary
Camp Directors: Raquel Varela, Makenzie Marshall
ASPIRE is our after school program that is currently operating within the Albany, Baird, Breckenridge, Clyde, Cross Plains, and Merkel elementary schools. Children are able to get help with homework, reading comprehension, computer labs to help improve spelling as well as required state testing. Children are chosen for the program by teachers and counselors based on their overall performance in school and barriers they are facing at home. High school students are also hired to help the teaching staff provide one on one attention to the kids as well as with homework and recreation time. This program has been very successful in the overall improvements of the kids who are enrolled and has been vital in there advancing to the next grade level. ASPIRE is currently funded by the United Way of Abilene as well as local contributions.
Our goal is to create a healthy mind, body and spirit. Our Behavioral Health services recognize that we as individuals, at times, encounter circumstances in our lives that may be challenging.
At ResourceCare, we help to re-direct thoughts and behaviors in a positive direction to enable our patients to achieve their goals. Counseling sessions are offered on an individual or family basis and group sessions are also available for patient convenience.
- Parenting issues/skills
- Anger management
- Marital issues
- Grief/loss issues
- Behavioral issues
- ADD/ADHD Assessment
- Stress Management
The 340B program was established to provide qualifying patients with affordable prescription drugs. The program is available to certain types of safety net clinics/providers. It allows these providers to stretch the limited federal resources available to them and to offer a comprehensive list of prescriptions at significantly reduced prices.
If you need help understanding the new complex world of healthcare and the insurance marketplace, we have trained staff that can help you navigate this new uncertain world. Not sure about how to use healthcare.gov? Do you qualify for a discount or other government programs? Ask for an appointment with our Outreach and Enrollment Specialist - they will be glad to assist you.