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The Excel Center of Willow Park was established in April 2018 as a specialized treatment center for adolescents and adults who have emotional, behavioral and/or substance abuse concerns. An affiliate of Millwood Hospital, The Excel Center Willow Park is a short-term, outpatient treatment alternative in a less restrictive environment.

We offer partial hospitalization programs (PHP) for adolescents and intensive outpatient programs (IOP) for adults, Monday through Friday, in our freestanding outpatient facility.

Located in Willow Park, Texas, we serve patients from across the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. We offer complimentary assessments conducted by licensed clinicians on site Monday through Friday.

Call us at 817-678-8808 to schedule your appointment today.


Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) – for Adolescents

The Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) at The Excel Center of Willow Park provides adolescents with structured group therapy and education, as well as weekly individual and family therapy sessions as needed.

Mental Health treatment is provided in an interdisciplinary manner, utilizing licensed therapists, a nurse and a physician. When determining treatment goals, the patient is considered a part of the team. A psychiatrist is the leader of the treatment team and oversees all aspects of treatment, including medication management.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) – for Adults

The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at The Excel Center of Willow Park offers adults treatment for emotional and behavioral problems. This program is less intensive than partial hospitalization, but is more intensive than traditional outpatient therapy. It is designed to provide stabilization and resolution of immediate problem areas.

The family is involved in the treatment process, as we consider family participation to be a vital link in treatment and follow-up care.

Referring professionals are invited to collaborate on a patient with the treatment team. With the patient’s permission, these professionals are continually updated on the patient’s progress and the individual is referred back to the professional for continued follow-up care.

Senior Program

The Senior Program at The Excel Center of Willow Park provides older adults with a comfortable setting to help in the treatment of conditions unique to this population. Any individual who has potential for responding to and benefiting from mental health treatment will be admitted. In addition, the patient must be willing to be an active participant in treatment and must not pose a risk to his/her own welfare or the welfare of others.

Too often, older adults with serious psychiatric conditions are dismissed as untreatable. From age-related anxiety and depression to long-standing psychiatric disorders, older adults can suffer from a wide range of psychiatric illnesses and conditions. These are often made worse by chronic pain, heart disease, diabetes, stroke or other medical disorders associated with aging. Cognitive impairments, such as inability to use appropriate judgment, may also occur.

Individuals who can no longer manage the activities of daily living due to emotional or behavioral changes are candidates for assessment. Often these adults appear depressed, confused or disoriented, fearful, sad, or withdrawn. Their health and safety may also be threatened by non-compliance with a prescribed medication regime.

The Excel Center of Arlington offers specialized mental health treatment for seniors dealing with alcohol and substance abuse problems, although detoxification may require an initial inpatient stay.

Our experienced interdisciplinary team led by our medical director is responsible for delivering treatment on a daily basis. This team includes psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, licensed social workers, and mental health workers who are respectful, supportive and compassionate and trained to work with senior adults.


Prior to admission, we ask that you complete this Referral Card which will be kept in confidence.

Additionally, we ask that you bring all bottles of prescribed medications, proof of insurance, current photo ID, copy of birth certificate, social security card and any previous assessment materials.

Affordable transportation options available upon request.
Call us at 817-678-8808 and ask about how we can assist.

Frequently Asked Questions

Immediately! Call our Access Department 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – (817) 261-3121.

An assessment is a private meeting with a qualified mental health professional. Questions are asked to guide the discussion about the problems at hand. Assessments last approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour. Recommendations will be made to address the identified problems, and options for treatment will be provided.

We accept most insurance, personal and business checks, all major credit cards, and can also make individual payment arrangements.

Although there are specific signs and symptoms to identify mental health and chemical dependency problems, each situation is different. We suggest you speak with a professional to discuss your concerns.

Remember to take all suicidal comments or actions seriously. If you are concerned about the possibility of suicide, please contact The Excel Center of Willow Park or Millwood Hospital immediately, or go to the nearest emergency room. In the event of any medical emergency, call 911 or go directly to a hospital emergency room.

If you think that you or a loved one needs help with a mental health or chemical dependency problem, call us today: (817) 678-8808.


Living Connections

The Excel Center, in conjunction with Advocates for Children of Trauma, hosts Living Connections, a Support Group for parents and guardians of children with emotional and behavioral difficulties. Living Connections Support Group is held at The Excel Center of Fort Worth. › READ MORE

4th Monday CEUs

This free programming includes clinical cases and/or topics presented by local behavioral health professionals. The purpose of 4th Monday CEUs is to promote collaboration in the community to maximize longer term benefits for patients and families in Tarrant County. › READ MORE

Granbury CEUs

Granbury CEUs include clinical cases and/or topics presented by local health care professionals. The purpose of Granbury CEUs is to promote collaboration in the community to maximize longer term benefits for patients and families in Tarrant County. › READ MORE

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136 El Chico Trail Suite 104-105

Willow Park, Texas 76087

Phone: 817-678-8808




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