Big Country Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC)

Communities across the U.S. are recognizing the need to strengthen their recovery resources and build communities that support each person's recovery. In Texas, the Health and Human Services Commission is assisting communities in the development of local Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) coalitions to achieve these goals. Region 2 has formed Big Country ROSC which serves Abilene and the surrounding counties.

Key principals for these groups include:

  • There are many pathways to recovery. Each person is unique with specific needs.
  • Recovery is a reality. It can, will, and does happen.
  • EVERYONE in our community is invited to participate. We want to include family members, community leaders, faith-based representatives, business owners, law enforcement, city and county officials, substance use and mental health providers, social service agencies, treatment providers, educators, health care providers and of course, people in recovery.
  • We want to identify what works and build on our strengths to make our community a place where individuals in recovery can make healthy choices and improve the quality of their lives.
Please contact us at 325-673- 2242, ext. 1000, or if you would like to connect with a ROSC group in Abilene or Wichita Falls, contact
Big Country ROSC Meets the 4th Wednesday of every month at noon at Abilene Recovery Council (104 Pine, Suite 217)

For more specific information on the ROSC movement, please visit:

ROSC Guiding Prinicpals and Elements ROSC Resource Guide Book

24 Hour Crisis Hotline (800) 621-8504

For other resources on Mental Health, please visit

Regional Resource Guide


Alexander Building
104 Pine Street, Suite 205
Abilene, Texas 79601

Oil & Gas Building
813 8th Street, Suite 615
Wichita Falls, Texas 76301