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COVID-19 Notice

The 2020-2021 school year began 100% virtual and will continue virtually until the data suggests otherwise.

Once it is deemed safe, South San ISD families will have the option of selecting in-person instruction with safety precautions in place or virtual instruction. 

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South San ISD in partnership with six community agencies is offering mental wellness services for enrolled students and their families. This collaboration was conceived from the advocacy efforts of a group of South San High School students who saw the barriers students faced in accessing mental health services.

Services are offered at no cost to elementary, middle and high school students and their families.

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(210) 965-2692 Send email

A 24/7 statewide mental health support line launched to help Texans experiencing anxiety, stress or emotional challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Operated by the Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD, the support line offers trauma-informed support and psychological first aid to those experiencing stress and anxiety related to COVID-19. Counseling services are confidential and free of charge to people who call the hotline.

Free

24 hours a day, 7 days a week toll-free
(833) 986-1919
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All of our regional programsCommunity Counseling, Get FIT, Wesley Nurse—have resumed on-site operations across our service area, and may adjust depending on local health guidelines and infection rates.

Our clinic hours have changed.

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Community Counselors help people who are uninsured, whose existing coverage does not provide mental health services benefits, are low-income and lack the money to pay for counseling services, or who would not receive treatment any other way. Counseling services are provided by trained, licensed professional counselors, licensed clinical social workers, and licensed marriage and family counselors. Sessions are private and conducted in a safe and familiar environment such as churches and community centers.
The first meeting with a counselor is free. A modest fee based on a sliding fee scale is collected for each follow-up session; however, no one is denied service because they cannot pay.
An appointment must be scheduled in advance.
(210) 922-7000
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Mon-Fri, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
(210) 271-1010
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Baptist Senior Psychiatric programs offer personalized, confidential care in a carefully structured, safe, and medically appropriate psychiatric unit specifically designed for treatment of older adults with a mental illness. Our integrated approach centers on an active treatment team led by a Psychiatrist, and includes licensed Social Workers, psychiatric trained RNs, activity/recreation therapists, and psychiatric care associates. The programs are also supported by a wide range of other medical specialists within Baptist Health System.

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Baptist Senior Psychiatric programs offer personalized, confidential care in a carefully structured, safe, and medically appropriate psychiatric unit specifically designed for treatment of older adults with a mental illness. Our integrated approach centers on an active treatment team led by a Psychiatrist, and includes licensed Social Workers, psychiatric trained RNs, activity/recreation therapists, and psychiatric care associates. The programs are also supported by a wide range of other medical specialists within Baptist Health System.

Psychiatry specializes in the treatment of:

  • Depression
  • Hallucinations
  • Anxiety
  • Suicidal or homicidal thoughts
  • Adjustment disorders
  • Other mental health concerns
24/7
(866) 309-2873
COVID-19 Notice

All of our regional programsCommunity Counseling, Get FIT, Wesley Nurse—have resumed on-site operations across our service area, and may adjust depending on local health guidelines and infection rates.

Our clinic hours have changed.

Click here for details.

Community Counselors help people who are uninsured, whose existing coverage does not provide mental health services benefits, are low-income and lack the money to pay for counseling services, or who would not receive treatment any other way. Counseling services are provided by trained, licensed professional counselors, licensed clinical social workers, and licensed marriage and family counselors. Sessions are private and conducted in a safe and familiar environment such as churches and community centers.
The first meeting with a counselor is free. A modest fee based on a sliding fee scale is collected for each follow-up session; however, no one is denied service because they cannot pay.
An appointment must be scheduled in advance.
(210) 485-0000
0.72 miles away, 618 Live Oak, San Antonio, TX, 78202 , D2
COVID-19 Notice

All of our regional programsCommunity Counseling, Get FIT, Wesley Nurse—have resumed on-site operations across our service area, and may adjust depending on local health guidelines and infection rates.

Our clinic hours have changed.

Click here for details.

Community Counselors help people who are uninsured, whose existing coverage does not provide mental health services benefits, are low-income and lack the money to pay for counseling services, or who would not receive treatment any other way. Counseling services are provided by trained, licensed professional counselors, licensed clinical social workers, and licensed marriage and family counselors. Sessions are private and conducted in a safe and familiar environment such as churches and community centers.
The first meeting with a counselor is free. A modest fee based on a sliding fee scale is collected for each follow-up session; however, no one is denied service because they cannot pay.
An appointment must be scheduled in advance.
(210) 223-2944
COVID-19 Notice

We are still taking in veterans. Intake is currently being done at these locations and times:

  • 611 N Flores; Mon-Thu, 8:30 am-5:00 pm and Fri, 8:30 am-4:30 pm
  • 206 San Pedro Ave; Mon-Thu, 8:30 am-5:00 pm and Fri, 8:30 am-4:30 pm 

All American GI Forum sites are using increased protective measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Healthy Minds, Healthy Heroes (HMHH) is providing no-cost counseling services to veterans with PTSD, depression, and anxiety. The program will also counsel the veteran's family members as long as the presenting issue relates back to supporting the veteran. The program is composed of an intake specialist, licensed professional counselors, and licensed clinical social workers. Our counselors are either veterans themselves, or are a part of a veteran family, or have other experience with military culture. Counselors are trained in specific trauma therapies like Cognitive Processing Therapy and Prolonged Exposure Therapy. Counselors are also trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Family Therapy informed by the research and work of Dr. John Gottman and Dr. Sue Johnson. HMHH does not provide medications and is not an emergency service for walk-in clients.
To be eligible for the program, the veteran will need to provide a DD-214 and a photo ID. (HMHH can also help the veteran obtain their DD-214 document.) A veteran with a dishonorable discharge will not be eligible for this program.
Free
Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5:30pm Call with questions or to schedule an appointment.
Intake
(210) 248-9933
COVID-19 Notice

All of our regional programsCommunity Counseling, Get FIT, Wesley Nurse—have resumed on-site operations across our service area, and may adjust depending on local health guidelines and infection rates.

Our clinic hours have changed.

Click here for details.

Community Counselors help people who are uninsured, whose existing coverage does not provide mental health services benefits, are low-income and lack the money to pay for counseling services, or who would not receive treatment any other way. Counseling services are provided by trained, licensed professional counselors, licensed clinical social workers, and licensed marriage and family counselors. Sessions are private and conducted in a safe and familiar environment such as churches and community centers.
The first meeting with a counselor is free. A modest fee based on a sliding fee scale is collected for each follow-up session; however, no one is denied service because they cannot pay.
An appointment must be scheduled in advance.
(210) 572-5976
COVID-19 Notice

Our clinics will be operating under normal business hours while we increase cleanings and screenings within our facilities.

ACCESS provides individualized comprehensive services to address the special needs of individuals with mental health stipulations who are on probation/parole.

Helps with:

  • Mental health treatment
  • Housing
  • Employment
  • Connection to support resources
(210) 261-1200
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Our clinics will be operating under normal business hours while we increase cleanings and screenings within our facilities.

The road to wellness is built on a partnership with the people we serve. The Center for Health Care Services, Adult Behavioral Health Services, offers comprehensive services, including:

  • Psychiatric evaluation and treatment
  • Medical follow-ups and management
  • Wellness counseling and education
  • Individual and group therapy
  • Psychosocial rehabilitation
  • Case management
  • And other services to support each person’s goals for recovery

Our team helps people with mental health challenges find hope, determine their path to wellness, and find their way to an independent, productive life.

(210) 261-1250
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Our clinics will be operating under normal business hours while we increase cleanings and screenings within our facilities.

Community living and support services are needed to maintain a good quality of life. This program includes special therapies such as dietary, speech, occupational/physical and audiology therapy. The program also includes nursing, daily habilitation, social work, employment assistance, supported employment and respite services.
(210) 261-3400
AARC is one of the largest and most experienced providers of LGBT health and mental health care, supported by a culturally sensitive team working to advance the care and treatment of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender people. Primary Care: AARC’s Health Equity Clinic (HEC) provides a safe space for licensed medical staff to conduct intakes and medical assessments while offering treatment services for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community in San Antonio, which historically one of the most medically underserved populations in South Texas. AARC contracts with LGBT and LGBT-friendly physicians and clinicians who are culturally sensitive and representative of the communities served. In addition to primary medical care, AARC Health Equity Clinic staff offer comprehensive information, referral, PrEP, HIV care and patient navigation services for LGBT patients and consumers. AARC will utilize its LGBT clinic for health services outreach and education to LGBT organizations and the community throughout San Antonio. AARC Health Equity Clinic services are offered with respect and compassion for the diverse community we represent and serve. HIV Specialty Care: AARC’S Health Equity Clinic offers people living with HIV a wide range of support services, including leading-edge medical care. AARC’s wrap-around care model practices a holistic approach to treatment, helping clients manage all aspects of living with HIV, through counseling, nutritional advice, and transportation support. Nutritional Sercices: AARC provides home-delivered meals (Meals on Wheels) to individuals who are on home hospice, home health or who have been recently released from the hospital as well as on-site meals for those with multiple medical and social service appointments. All nutritional services are coordinated through AARC’s registered dietitian. Pharmacy services include: • Private consultations with staff members who can answer your questions about medications, especially HIV-drug regimens and side effects • Free, confidential delivery in San Antonio (some restrictions apply) • Prescription refill assistance program • On-site assistance in English and Spanish If you’re a client of our health center, pharmacy staff will work closely with your physician, nurse, nutritionist, case manager, and/or mental health provider to help you achieve your health care goals. (Pharmacy hours and phone: Mon-Fri, 9:00am-5:30pm; 210.231.0383) Behavioral Health: Mental Health Services are provided to individuals and families who are dealing with various life stressors. These services are conducted in a group or individual setting, and provided by Licensed Professional Counselors. All behavioral health programs are overseen by Howard Rogers, M.A., AARC’s Executive Director, also a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and by Dr. Robert Jimenez, AARC’s Medical Director, a psychiatrist with a history of working with individuals living with HIV. • Spanish and bilingual services are available. • The prescribing and monitoring of psychotropic medications to individuals with a diagnosed mental disorder and are provided by a licensed physician. • The provision of prevention and treatment to address substance abuse problems (including alcohol, legal and illicit drugs) in an outpatient setting. Substance Abuse groups revolve around an evidence based approach to treating substance abuse and involve both group as well as individual support.
We accept Ambetter, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Humana, United Health Care, Medicaid, and Medicare, Superior. If you are uninsured, we can help determine your eligibility for medical and drug assistance programs.
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-4:30pm
(210) 688-5792

Social Services provided by AARC include:

  • Case Management: Medical and Non-medical case management help individuals living with HIV/AIDS become self–sufficient and virally suppressed. Case managers utilize assessments, care coordination, advocacy for options and services to meet client’s comprehensive health needs.
    • Referrals to community resources
    • Medication and medical adherence
    • Linkage to medical care
    • Assist with obtaining HIV medication
    • Assist with applications for medical benefits
    • Client-centered services
  • Health Insurance: The Health Insurance Premium–Aids Pharmaceutical Assistance (HIPCSA) program is intended to help HIV positive individuals continue medical care without gaps in health insurance coverage or disruption of treatment. This includes premium payments, office visit/lab co-payments, deductibles and medication co-pays. Funds are NOT available for co-payments associated with hospitalization and/or emergency room care.
  • Housing Services: Alamo Area Resource Center maintains an affordable housing data base and provides housing referral and placement services. AARC also provides HOPWA Short Term Rental, Mortgage, Utility assistance (STRMU), Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) and housing case management for those who qualify.
  • Patient Navigation: Patient navigation is a process by which an individual—a patient navigator—guides patients with HIV through and around barriers in the complex care system to help ensure timely diagnosis and treatment.
  • Outreach Services: Outreach Services is the identification of people with unknown HIV disease, as well as those who know their status but are out-of-care. For help receiving or returning to care contact 210-204-5964.
  • Thrive Early Intervention: Assists individuals recently diagnosed with HIV or those with HIV who have not yet established a regimen of regular medical care.
  • Transportation: AARC transportation offers a shared-ride service for consumers that because of their disability are unable to access the public transit system. The purpose is to transport our clients to and from their medical appointments. If an AARC shuttle van is not available, we may transport you in a contracted vehicle, such as a taxi. Hours and direct line: Mon-Fri: 8am–4:30pm; 210-625-7222
  • Support Groups: Alamo Area Resource Center (AARC) offers and provides space for a variety of different types of discussion, harm reduction, therapy, support and Healthy Relationship groups. Some are presented by AARC, while others are peer-led, organized, and presented by groups or entities not affiliated with AARC. Groups are free to attend and RSVP is not necessary unless stated otherwise. For information about each group and/or to learn about attendance guidelines, restrictions or requirements, contact our Behavioral Health Department at 210-591-0216

During your first visit with us, you will be meeting with our Intake Specialist who will collect all the eligibility documents as well as our agency documents in order to be eligible for services. You can expect to spend about 30-50 minutes with the Intake Specialist.

Be prepared to bring:

  • Proof of positivity
  • Proof of income
  • Proof of residency
  • Picture I.D
COVID-19 Notice

All of our regional programsCommunity Counseling, Get FIT, Wesley Nurse—have resumed on-site operations across our service area, and may adjust depending on local health guidelines and infection rates.

Our clinic hours have changed.

Click here for details.

Community Counselors help people who are uninsured, whose existing coverage does not provide mental health services benefits, are low-income and lack the money to pay for counseling services, or who would not receive treatment any other way. Counseling services are provided by trained, licensed professional counselors, licensed clinical social workers, and licensed marriage and family counselors. Sessions are private and conducted in a safe and familiar environment such as churches and community centers.
The first meeting with a counselor is free. A modest fee based on a sliding fee scale is collected for each follow-up session; however, no one is denied service because they cannot pay.
An appointment must be scheduled in advance.
(210) 481-2573
COVID-19 Notice

Any Baby Can (ABC) is responding to the COVID-19 crisis by supporting families raising children and youth with special needs.

During this crisis, we need your support more than ever. Many of our families are not able to work at this time, and their needs continue to increase. Please consider giving to Any Baby Can as we help provide emergency relief.

Any Baby Can of San Antonio has a program designed specifically for families who have a child diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. The program includes parent education and support as well as many programs for families such as parent training, and education groups among many others.
The child must reside in either Bexar, Atascosa, Bandera, Blanco, Caldwell, Comal, Edwards, Frio, Gillespie, Gonzales, Guadalupe, Hays, Kendall, Kerr, Kimble, Medina, Real, Uvalde or Wilson County.
Free
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm
(210) 227-0170
COVID-19 Notice

Our clinics will be operating under normal business hours while we increase cleanings and screenings within our facilities.

Substance use disorders are common among people with serious mental illnesses and put people at risk for many other problems. Many people with psychiatric symptoms choose to self-medicate to alleviate their pain and can develop addiction to drugs and alcohol. If both substance use and mental health illness co-occur, judgement is impaired and individuals are more vulnerable to unpredictable outcomes. COPSD is a team of Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors (LCDC) who help individuals develop knowledge, hope, skills, and support needed to manage dual diagnosis. Case Management includes: • Working with qualified and trained specialist to address dual diagnosis • Coaching • Advocacy • Linking to recommended community resources such as mental health evaluation • Referrals • Team meetings to review progress • Interim counseling
(210) 246-1360
0.93 miles away, 601 N Frio, San Antonio, TX, 78207 , D5
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Our clinics will be operating under normal business hours while we increase cleanings and screenings within our facilities.

The Crisis Care Center is a 16-bed, walk-in mental health clinic providing 24-hour assessment and intervention services, crisis resolution, extended observation, and coordination into alternative care. We provide onsite, direct care staff including: • Psychiatrist and/or psychiatric nurse practitioner • Licensed clinical social workers and licensed professional counselors • RNs and LVNs trained in mental health psychiatric care
24/7. No appointment needed.
(210) 225-5481
0.93 miles away, 601 N Frio, San Antonio, TX, 78207 , D5
COVID-19 Notice

Our clinics will be operating under normal business hours while we increase cleanings and screenings within our facilities.

A true approach to integrated healthcare, the Primary Care Clinic at The Restoration Center offers services to people receiving counseling, therapy and recovery assistance for substance use and mental health disorders. The Clinic improves health in our community by treating adults with common, chronic and complex conditions. Our care team of experienced providers includes primary care physician assistants and nurse practitioners as well as staff specialists in benefits coordination, care coordination, and medication management.

The Primary Care Clinic providers offer continuing and comprehensive health care to consumers and their families throughout the course of life. In addition to diagnosis and treatment for a broad range of conditions or illnesses, providers also offer preventive care including:
• Routine checkups
• Health risk assessments
• Immunizations
• Screening tests
• General Healthcare Maintenance
• School Physicals
• Well Women Exams

Clinic providers often manage chronic diseases by partnering with other medical specialists to offer coordinated medical care.

(210) 261-3750
0.93 miles away, 601 N Frio, San Antonio, TX, 78207 , D5
COVID-19 Notice

Our clinics will be operating under normal business hours while we increase cleanings and screenings within our facilities.

The Mobile Crisis Outreach Team (MCOT) is a resource designed to bring a crisis worker into the community to provide a face-to-face assessment and intervention, follow-up and relapse prevention services. Through the 24-Hour Crisis & Substance Use Helpline: 800-316-9241 or 210-223-SAFE (7233), the MCOT team may be dispatched to a person’s location for assessment. Services are coordinated with community organizations, and designed to reduce inpatient hospitalizations and intervention with law enforcement. Additionally, MCOT provides mental health assessments in emergency rooms, and can recommend appropriate care.
For adults 18 years and older. For youth 17 years and younger, please contact the Children’s Mobile Outreach Team (CMOT) at 800-316-9241 or 210-223-SAFE (7233), or bring the child to the Children’s Crisis Unit at 227 W. Drexel 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday for immediate crisis concerns.
24/7
(210) 223-7233
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Our clinics will be operating under normal business hours while we increase cleanings and screenings within our facilities.

The Mommies Program is an intensive, outpatient, specialized female substance use treatment program providing therapeutic treatment in the form of group, individual, family and couples counseling, as well as, drug and mental health assessments.

Group counseling sessions, offered every weekday, are evidence-based and focused on substance use topics. Group courses include Awareness/Seeking Safety, Parenting, Relapse Prevention, and Life Skills. Individual counseling can be substance-use or mental-health focused. Counseling staff also offers support for participants who are homeless, on parole/probation, or involved in an open case with Child Protective Services.

Mommies is a collaborative partnership between The Center for Health Care Services, University Health System (UHS) and Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS).

(210) 261-3071
0.94 miles away, 222 S Comal, San Antonio, TX, 78207 , D5
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COVID protocols are in place.

At the Bexar County Reentry Center, we believe that everyone deserves an opportunity to overcome the things that brought them into the criminal justice system. Everyone deserves a second chance to realize their full potential and to become a happy, fulfilled, productive citizen. Programs available through the center can increase a formerly incarcerated persons’ level of employability, help them obtain higher levels of education or vocational training, and give them pride of ownership in our community.

This program is for formerly incarcerated individuals who need resources to successfully transition back into the community.

Free

Mon – Fri: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm By appointment ONLY To make an appointment with a Reentry Technician, please call (210) 335-8744.
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(210) 335-8744
The FRC service family members of the incarcerated and individuals formerly incarcerated with: * Assistance with basic needs (food, clothing, transportation, ID cards, etc. * Employment assistance through job readiness, and job referrals. * Regular support group meetings. * Substance recovery classes. * Chaplaincy services. * English as a Second Language (ESL) * Mental health counseling. * Public utilities assistance (when funding is available). * Parenting classes. * Anger management classes. * Art therapy for victims of domestic violence.
Identification Proof of incarceration
Family Renewal Center
(210) 299-4540
COVID-19 Notice

All of our regional programsCommunity Counseling, Get FIT, Wesley Nurse—have resumed on-site operations across our service area, and may adjust depending on local health guidelines and infection rates.

Our clinic hours have changed.

Click here for details.

Community Counselors help people who are uninsured, whose existing coverage does not provide mental health services benefits, are low-income and lack the money to pay for counseling services, or who would not receive treatment any other way. Counseling services are provided by trained, licensed professional counselors, licensed clinical social workers, and licensed marriage and family counselors. Sessions are private and conducted in a safe and familiar environment such as churches and community centers.
The first meeting with a counselor is free. A modest fee based on a sliding fee scale is collected for each follow-up session; however, no one is denied service because they cannot pay.
An appointment must be scheduled in advance.
(210) 572-5976
COVID-19 Notice

Our clinics will be operating under normal business hours while we increase cleanings and screenings within our facilities.

The Community Reintegration Program offers mentally ill offenders treatment as an alternative to incarceration. CRP is designed to identify and divert offenders with mental health issues from incarceration to treatment. A psychologist from the Magistrate’s office screens individuals for mental illness; if detected, the accused person is released on bond by the judge, on condition that the person participates in mental health treatment. The Center’s CRP case managers partner with participants to help them earn and successfully complete probation in lieu of incarceration.
(210) 261-3100
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Our clinics will be operating under normal business hours while we increase cleanings and screenings within our facilities.

The Center provides psychiatric and wraparound services for psychosocial rehabilitation, community referrals for medical and substance abuse treatment, peer support and social assistance. Referrals for dual diagnosed clients are received through the Felony and Misdemeanor Drug Courts. This program serves adults ages 18-65. By rehabilitating non-violent offenders with substance abuse and mental health issues, drug courts reduce costs of confinement while we help people rebuild stable, productive lives. Participants are subjected to rigorous drug testing, probation visits, and 90 to 180 days of residential treatment. To graduate from the program, participants must attain a high school diploma or GED and secure full-time work.
(210) 261-3100
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Our clinics will be operating under normal business hours while we increase cleanings and screenings within our facilities.

When people who have difficulty complying with psychiatric treatment receive an Involuntary Outpatient Commitment order from the Bexar County Probate Court, The Center provides intensive case management services: medication management, psychosocial rehabilitation, and linkage with other social services. The IOPC team also partners with family members and local agencies to stabilize residency at home and in the community. The IOPC team meets weekly with the client, the Judge for Probate Court #1 and public defender to report progress and compliance with court-ordered treatment. Implementation plans are arranged with the client and their support network, including other CHCS programs. This program serves adults ages 18-65.
(210) 261-3100
COVID-19 Notice

All of our regional programsCommunity Counseling, Get FIT, Wesley Nurse—have resumed on-site operations across our service area, and may adjust depending on local health guidelines and infection rates.

Our clinic hours have changed.

Click here for details.

Community Counselors help people who are uninsured, whose existing coverage does not provide mental health services benefits, are low-income and lack the money to pay for counseling services, or who would not receive treatment any other way. Counseling services are provided by trained, licensed professional counselors, licensed clinical social workers, and licensed marriage and family counselors. Sessions are private and conducted in a safe and familiar environment such as churches and community centers.
The first meeting with a counselor is free. A modest fee based on a sliding fee scale is collected for each follow-up session; however, no one is denied service because they cannot pay.
An appointment must be scheduled in advance.
(210) 222-8310
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Counseling services are now available in both in-person and telehealth formats at the discretion of the client, following an initial enrollment session in-person.  For more information, please contact the Family Service Behavioral Health Counseling team at 210-299-2406. 

Family Service Association offers numerous professional counseling services including: Individual, Couples, Family, Group, Substance Abuse Counseling, and Consultations.

We also provide specialty educational groups such as Anger Management and Domestic Violence Prevention designed to help maintain personal wellness. Services are offered locally in the San Antonio metropolitan area and our rural locations. The services are provided through a combination of at-home and office-based visits. Our licensed counselors are available days, evenings, Saturdays, and by special appointment.

Our counseling professionals provide services to include working with children, youth, families, and seniors. Our team has many specialized skills to successfully address a wide range of counseling needs. Services are offered for both short and long-term depending on individual needs. We are available to assist with the following:
• Anger Management
• Child Abuse and Neglect
• Child Sexual Abuse
• Depression
• Domestic Violence
• Grief Support
• LGBT Issues
• Life Skills
• Parenting
• Relapse Prevention
• Relationships
• Stress
• Substance Abuse
• Victimization from Crime
• And more!

Funding is provided by United Way, Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, Client Fees, School Districts, Medicaid, Private Contracts, Private Insurance, Criminal Justice Division (CJD) Grant, and Office of Attorney General (OAG) Grant.

(210) 299-2400