We understand that when you have a mental health condition, seeing friendly faces is as important as getting expert care. Our team of health care providers welcomes you into a warm environment the moment you walk through our door.
- Licensed chemical dependency counselors (in the hospital)
- Psychiatric registered nurses
- Licensed clinical social workers
Through our partnership with UT Health San Antonio, you have access to a variety of psychiatric specialists. We can also connect you with other community resources if you need them during your recovery and ongoing care.
Mental Health Conditions We May Treat
We may recommend medication, group therapy or individual therapy as part of your treatment plan. If we are not equipped to treat your mental health condition, we will refer you to an organization that can help.
Have you been experiencing signs of depression? Take the online depression risk assessment.
Suicide Prevention and Community Help
If you or a loved one are struggling emotionally or having a hard time, reach out for help. You can be the difference in getting a loved one the help they need. If you have a primary care provider, let them know you if you are experiencing:
- Anxiety, nervousness
- Depression, sadness, feeling hopeless, withdrawing, frequent crying spells
- Difficulty sleeping
- Increasing the use of alcohol or using drugs
- Mood swings, anger
If you are having thoughts of suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255. You can also reach out to any of the community organizations listed on our Community Behavioral Health Resources page.