PTSD Support near 78205

PTSD Support near

San Antonio Community Resource Directory
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
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The Victory Center at San Antonio College provides the following services: • Academic Advising • Education Benefit Certification • VA Education Benefits • Hazlewood Exemption • Tuition Assistance • MyCAA • Transition and Career Center (TRAC) • Student Lounge (Den) • Tutoring Center (English and Math) • Veteran Disability Claims Assistance • PTSD Foundation Life Coaching and Support Group • VetSuccess on Campus Counselor (VSOC)
This program serves serve veterans, active duty military, and their families.
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-7:00pm (Closed on Friday in June and July)
COVID-19 Notice

COVID-19 has many people stressed and anxious about an uncertain future. You are not alone! Catholic Charities Counseling professionals are available virtually to offer guidance and support to those who are struggling to manage isolation, relationships, children, and households. Therapy sessions are affordable, flexible, and covered by most insurance companies. Bilingual counselors are available.

Catholic Charities’ Counseling Center offers free and low-cost counseling services in San Antonio and surrounding areas, providing the support needed to assist individuals and families with their mental and emotional well being. Working with clients of various backgrounds and experience, our Catholic Charities’ Counseling Center located in San Antonio, provides a safe and warm environment for individuals and families to embrace their lives and develop the necessary problem solving skills to cope with overwhelming situations. To provide for those that may not live within San Antonio, the Brazos Extendidos Counseling Program is a site-based counseling program which extends our counseling services into rural areas throughout the Archdiocese of San Antonio’s 19 counties. We provide affordable counseling services to anyone in need, the Catholic Charities’ Counseling Center, along with the Brazos Extendidos Counseling Program, offer individual and group counseling sessions in a number of areas, to include, but not limited to the following: • Child-Adolescent-Adult & Family Counseling • Alcohol & Substance Abuse Counseling • Anger Management • Domestic Violence • Grief & Loss Therapy (Bereavement) • Marriage Counseling & Reconciliation • Parenting & Play Therapy for Children • Post-Traumatic Stress Therapy (for PTSD) • Recovery from Sexual Abuse/Sexuality Issues Counseling services are offered to both the insured and uninsured. Most insurance providers are accepted, including Medicare and Medicaid. If you do not have insurance or counseling is not covered by your insurance provider, Catholic Charities’ Counseling Center can utilize an income-based sliding scale fee system, allowing you to receive affordable counseling services regardless of your income level. Counseling services are provided to children 4 years of age and older, adolescents, adults and families who reside within Bexar County and designated rural areas of the San Antonio Archdiocese. For questions about counseling services or to schedule an appointment please call (210) 377-1133.
Resident of Bexar County Over 4 years old
Some insurance accepted Income-based sliding-scale fee system
Call (210) 377-1133 for information or to make an appointment.
Leslie Ellenbogen Send email
(210) 377-1133
We strive to provide the means for women Veterans to gain self-knowledge and self-renewal. Serving to protect the veteran, connect the resource and renew the women. Connect Female Veterans. Supporting Women Veterans. Assisting Her Transition. Protecting Our Vets.
Mon, 9am-12pm
Tana Plescher Send email
(210) 247-7662
COVID-19 Notice

Our community’s health, well-being, and security are our highest priorities. Steps are being taken to ensure the safety of our clients and staff as we continue to provide our residential and outpatient services.

We have implemented policies and procedures to prepare for potential exposure to COVID-19. Our staff is practicing heightened protocols for hygiene and sanitation, and our assessment team is ensuring clients are appropriately screened upon intake.

We continue to welcome referrals and admissions into our programs.

If you have any questions or need additional information, call (844) 748-3927.

Our San Antonio location focuses on adolescent Outpatient Services, as well as evaluation and drug testing. Our Outpatient meeting times are as follows:

  • Monday 5:30pm-8:30pm
  • Wednesday 5:30pm-8:30pm
  • Friday 5:30pm-8:30pm

*These times are subject to change. 

Clients must be motivated for treatment and age 13-18.

We accept most insurances, Medicaid, TRICARE, and state-funding for those who meet eligibility.

Virtual times for Adolescent Outpatient Co-Ed groups are Mon, Wednesdays, and Fridays betweek 5:00 and 8:00 pm. Exact times may vary and will be discussed during assessment. Exact times may vary and will be discussed during assessment.
Hena Hafizullah - Community Outreach Specialist Send email
(512) 962-8399
Grace Presbyterian Church (Christian / Presbyterian)
(210) 735-9419
COVID-19 Notice

We are open to provide resources and support via teleconferencing and remote services when possible to avoid direct contact due to health and safety concerns.

If you have specific questions, please contact our main office at 210-924-0330.

This program provides counseling and educational support groups for children who have experienced a significant loss or traumatic event in their lives. This program creates an environment that promotes safety and healing for a child’s negative reactions to trauma. Traumatic events may include death of a family member or friend, physical and emotional abuse, gang or family violence, divorce and abandonment issues.
The program services schools and community centers in Bexar County.
For more information on current services available please contact the main office.
(210) 924-0330
Insight Behavioral Health is a program for adults 16+ who struggling with Moon, Anxiety and Trauma related conditions. We offer the same levels of care (PHP and IOP) in the same location as Eating Recovery Center, but the programs do not group together. The Partial Hospitalization Program is 7 days a week, 6-8 hours a day. The Intensive Outpatient Program is 3 days a week, 3 hours a day.
Please call (877) 711-1878 for a FREE assessment by a Master’s level clinician.
Most major insurances accepted. The Eating Recovery Center’s insurance and financial specialists will provide a free benefits check. Our team will work tirelessly on your behalf to make treatment possible.
Kristin Grothues - Professional Relations Liaison
(210) 826-7447
COVID-19 Notice

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, NAMI San Antonio is here for you. Since we can't meet in person, meetings are now online.

See the calendar of upcoming virtual support groups here.

Attendance limited and registration required!

An online course designed for military veterans and their families with a special focus on PTSD.

Free

Offered Online. Call for details.
Melissa Riley - Education Coordinator Send email
COVID-19 Notice

To limit the spread of COIVID-19, all community programs have been suspended until further notice.

For information about the ID recovery process specific to your situation, call St Mary's University Scool of Law ID recovery hotline: (210) 901-9982

Support group conducted by VA.
Check with VA.
No fees.
10:00am - 11:00am
Howard Walker Send email
(877) 537-7348
Resiliency Through Healing (RTH) Program is a new program within BCFS Health and Human Services that provides support to young adults between the ages of 18-25 yrs who are survivors of child abuse or neglect. Services offered: * Free Counseling * Free Case Management * Free 24/7 Crisis Hotline * Free Peer and Psychoeducational groups Goals: * Process symptoms of trauma * Set healthy boundaries * Identify healthy coping skills * Recognize signs of PTSD * Identify Triggers * Establish a safe home
Erin Guarnero - RTH Program Director Send email
(210) 283-5110
COVID-19 Notice

We are only offering online teletherapy while COVID-19 restrictions remain in place.

Art Therapy Is a form of psychotherapy based on the process of creating visual images through drawing, painting, sculpting, and the use of other art materials. In art therapy, emotions and thoughts are expressed symbolically through the creation of personal imagery. Art bypasses verbal defenses and limitations, allowing for insight to occur in a non-threatening way. The art produced can be reflected upon, and with guidance from the art therapist, one can explore the meaning of the images and work through areas of conflict and distress.
We currently only accept the following insurances: • TX Medicaid • Community First • Blue Cross Blue Shield • Aetna Better Health of TX • Optum Please call for private-pay fees.
Yadi Puente Send email
(210) 438-3430
COVID-19 Notice

We are only offering online teletherapy while COVID-19 restrictions remain in place.

All behavior has meaning. It is a way of communicating feelings and needs. So-called problem behavior is one way a child expresses conflict, which is difficult to conceptualize and verbalize. A child can channel and give conceptual form to negative feelings and behaviors through working with art materials. The clarification and responses of an art therapist facilitates the child’s awareness of patterns, intentions, and the meaning of behavior.

A child-centered approach curriculum addresses social and developmental issues for children and teens in the foster care system. This curriculum incorporates culturally-rooted concepts and values of each individual through indigenous teachings, writings, and expressive modalities.

In addition, clients will have the opportunity to learn meditation, guided imagery, and the calming effects of quieting the mind through meditation techniques.

Licensed professional counselors provide confidential psychotherapy sessions to individuals, families, and in group settings to those who are experiencing behavioral, social, or challenging situations as it relates to being in the foster care system. Counseling session objectives are to strengthen personal awareness, nurture, heal, foster positive social changes, improve family communication, and expand and deepen their personal skills needed to help cope with the challenges that come from being the foster care system.

We currently only accept the following insurances:
• TX Medicaid
• Community First
• Blue Cross Blue Shield
• Aetna Better Health of TX
• Optum

Please call for private-pay fees.

COVID-19 Notice

We are only offering online teletherapy while COVID-19 restrictions remain in place.

A supportive art therapy group in which children participate in structured art activities designed to help them identify and express their feelings. This support group enhances their social and problem solving skills, increase self-esteem, build self confidence, learn ways to reduce anxiety and conflict, re-direct negative thinking, and develop appropriate strategies for coping with life’s struggles and help them to make positive choices. Groups will be formed in the spring and will meet (on average) for 8 sessions.
Groups are available for ages 10-12.
We currently only accept the following insurances: • TX Medicaid • Community First • Blue Cross Blue Shield • Aetna Better Health of TX • Optum Please call for private-pay fees.
The next group will be forming in the late summer of 2020.
Yadi Puente Send email
(210) 438-3430
Steven Flint is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who served as an Iraq combat Veteran. In therapy, feeling comfortable with your therapist is essential in making therapeutic progress. Balanced Counseling provides transparency, honesty, and a non-judgmental, confidential, and relaxing environment. Balanced Counseling uses a client centered approach, CBT, and solution focused therapy to encourage my clients to identify the strengths that lie within them. We have experience in helping people with depression, PTSD, Oppositional Defiance Disorder and anger management. We have experience working with teenagers, adults, Veterans, first responders, and the geriatric population.
Call or email for an appointment
Steven Flint - Therapist/Counselor Send email
(210) 741-9136
This is a weekly support group for all women who desire support while leaving the life of prostitution.
• Self-referrals welcome. • You do not need to have arrests to attend class. • Court ordered and probation approved.
Free
Call (210) 305-5155 to register.
Elizabeth Crooks - Executive Director
(210) 305-5155
With compassion and understanding, we help individuals find resolution to a wide range of personal issues and concerns, including: • Individual • Couples/Marriage • Family • Group • Faith Based • EAP (Employee Assistance Program) • Chemical Dependency • Foster/Adoption Issues • Anxiety/Panic Disorders • A.D.D. & A.D.H.D. • Behavior Modification • Grief/Bereavement • Domestic Violence • Self-Mutilation/Harm • Sexual Abuse/Assault • Trauma (PTSD) • Anger Management • Mood Disorders • Developmental Disorders • End of Life Issues • Postpartum Issues • Woman Issues • Relationship Issues • Cultural & Ethnic Issues
All major insurances accepted. We also offer cash options, including counseling with our LPC-Interns for $45/hour. Sessions that occur in our offices are eligible for insurance reimbursement. However, other services such as telephone consultation, email communication, document review, and report writing may not be covered by insurance. A $40.00 fee will be assessed for these services. Court cost appearances may not be covered by insurance and will be the responsibility of the client.
Mon-Fri, 9:00am-8:00pm Sat, 9:00am-4:00pm Sun, closed
Send email
(210) 757-3150
These clinics were established to provide primary care to the Veteran in their community. The South Texas Veterans Health Care System (STVHCS) continually seeks to improve our delivery of health care services and is excited about our existing Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) Program. STVHCS contracts with community providers to provide primary care to Veterans closer to their home or work. Please call STVHCS Telecare at 1-888-686-6350 for more information on locations, assignments, appointments and services. Your Primary Care Provider will provide you with: • Annual Physical Exam (Not limited to just the annual physical exam) • Continuous Primary Care • Pneumonia Vaccine • Routine Labs and X-rays • Prescriptions In addition to the primary care services you receive from this clinic, the full array of the VA medical services (including specialty tests and consultations) will be made available through the STVHCS VA Medical Center. These clinics are by enrollment only and interested Veterans should call our Telephone Liaison Care Nurse Program at 1-888-686-6350 for further information and enrollment. Please do not call or visit these clinics for an appointment until you have called to enroll and received a confirmation of enrollment letter and clinic brochure.
Veterans and their families
Mon-Thu, 8:00-7:00; Fri 8:00-4:30
(210) 650-0422
San Antonio Behavioral Healthcare Hospital’s Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), is a structured, therapeutic program that assists in transitioning patients from an acute psychiatric setting to a more independent life in the community. The program is designed to increase and maintain the therapeutic gains individuals have made as patients in the hospital. It may also help prevent the need for future hospitalizations. PHP is tailored to meet each individual’s needs and provides direction and tools that each participant can use in their daily lives. A psychiatrist will meet with each participant at least once a week, or more often if necessary, to provide medication management, assess health issues, and review progress of the treatment plan. Masters' level therapists and an RN/LVN will lead six groups each day. The curriculum rotates to ensure all participants benefit from a broad range of therapeutic topics. Program Goals: • Advance understanding of Trauma/Stress disorders and how it is affecting their life • Decrease emotional numbing and avoidance, increase helpful coping, reduce feelings of edginess • Decrease depression, guilt, shame, and anger, improve day-to-day living We specialize in the treatment of: • Trauma (Military, Sexual Trauma, Childhood Trauma, Domestic Violence) • Acute Stress Disorder • Co-occurring (Trauma/Substance Abuse) Disorders • Combat and Operational Stress • Substance Abuse Disorders • Suicidal and Homicidal Ideation • Mood Disorders • Personality Disorders • Marital and Family Reintegration Program Highlights: • Daily Group Therapy including Process, CPT, CBT, and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction • Seeking Safety • Disease Concept • Step Study • Spirituality • Yoga • Nutrition Counseling • Family Therapy • Individual Therapy weekly
We accept most commercial insurances: Tricare, Commercial Insurance, Medicare and Medicaid.
Mon–Fri, 9:00am-4:00pm (Lunch is available.)
(210) 541-5300
Our Yellow Rose military sexual trauma treatment is part of a world-wide program developed in collaboration with the DoD to provide supportive women-centric MST treatment. This four-week inpatient treatment program involves a combination of group, individual, and adjunct therapies to help survivors heal and get back to their mission. • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) • Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) • Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PE) • Mindfulness training • Trauma-sensitive yoga • Therapeutic outdoor activities • One-on-one counseling • Group solidarity support therapy • Substance abuse detox and treatment (if necessary) • Dual-diagnosis treatment (if necessary) • Comprehensive discharge planning with Military Liaison Our military sexual trauma treatment in San Antonio, Texas is led by a team of psychiatrists, licensed addiction counselors, psychiatric nurses, therapists, and multidisciplinary specialists.
Active duty women who have experienced sexual trauma. Must be able to commit to a four-week inpatient program and be willing to participate in group therapy.
(210) 541-5350
COVID-19 Notice

Our Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinics will also be closed to the public. However, appointments are available via Telehealth.

Call (210) 399-4838 or email [email protected] for information.

The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Endeavors® provides high-quality, accessible, and integrated mental health care to veterans and their families, regardless of role, discharge status, or ability to pay. The Cohen Clinics are Veterans Choice Providers and use evidence-based practices to improve the quality of life for veterans and their families. Services are provided by credentialed staff trained to work specifically with the military population. Veterans and their family members receive services individually and together in the same place, at the same time, with the same treatment team. More than just mental health care, our Military Family Clinics help veteran families with support and referrals for related needs, including unemployment, housing, finance, and education.
All veterans and their families are eligible, regardless of role, discharge status, or ability to pay. To Schedule an Appointment • Walk-in during clinic hours. • Call 210-399-4838 ext 4000 or email [email protected] to be connected to the Intake Coordinator. • Fill out an Intake form: Completed forms can be brought in during in during your scheduled appointment or open clinic hours. o Intake forms for adults and children can be downloaded at: https://www.endeavors.org/mfc-sanantonio/
Mon, 8:00am-6:00pm Tue-Thu, 8:00am– 8:00pm Fri, 8:00am–3:00pm Sat, 9:00am–1:00pm Sun, closed
Clinic Send email
(210) 399-4838
With compassion and understanding, we help individuals find resolution to a wide range of personal issues and concerns, including: • Individual • Couples/Marriage • Family • Group • Faith Based • EAP (Employee Assistance Program) • Chemical Dependency • Foster/Adoption Issues • Anxiety/Panic Disorders • A.D.D. & A.D.H.D. • Behavior Modification • Grief/Bereavement • Domestic Violence • Self-Mutilation/Harm • Sexual Abuse/Assault • Trauma (PTSD) • Anger Management • Mood Disorders • Developmental Disorders • End of Life Issues • Postpartum Issues • Woman Issues • Relationship Issues • Cultural & Ethnic Issues
All major insurances accepted. We also offer cash options, including counseling with our LPC-Interns for $45/hour. Sessions that occur in our offices are eligible for insurance reimbursement. However, other services such as telephone consultation, email communication, document review, and report writing may not be covered by insurance. A $40.00 fee will be assessed for these services. ? Court cost appearances may not be covered by insurance and will be the responsibility of the client.
Mon-Fri, 9:00am-8:00pm Sat, 9:00am-4:00pm Sun, closed
Send email
(210) 757-3150
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, all meetings have been temporarily discontinued through April 24. Please check our website for online access to certain programs.

Living Hope is a Christ-centered support group that offers hope and recovery for anyone affected by trauma or PTSD. The guided curriculum features biblical guidance, educational facts, practical tools and strategies for building a healthy future.
Women only
Free. Childcare available by registration at https://www.formstack.com/forms/communitybible-kids_club_reservation
Tues 6:30pm
Denise Espino - Director of Mental Health Support Groups Ministry Send email
(210) 918-6707
12.98 miles away, 3703 N 1604 E, San Antonio, TX, 78247 , D10
COVID-19 Notice

Due to health and safety concerns, all face-to-face meetings are temporarily suspended until further notice.

Military Spiritual Support is a subcommittee under Northern Hills Military Ministry that focuses on assisting those military members and their families who may need spiritual support. We recognize that military members and their families go through many transitions and sacrifices. Our focus is on being there for you and assisting you in positive ways. We partner with CRUs Military Ministry to focus on the spiritual recovery of those living with Post Traumatic Stress.
Active and retired military and their families
Lisa Carrington Firmin or Debbye Cannon Send email
(210) 654-0881
PROFESSIONAL COUNSELING SERVICES FOR HOLY TRINITY CATHOLIC CHURCH AVAILABLE THROUGH BREATHE-RESPIRA Servicios Profesionales de Consejería y Psicoterapia Jesus came to heal and bring hope to those who were suffering. He came to bring hope to the ones who were depressed and in despair; peace to those who lived in worry and anxiety; reconciliation to children, parents, and couples; and to give new insights and new eyes to all. Our Professional Counseling Services are academically and theologically sound. All of our therapist have an active faith life, are fully bi-lingual and bi-cultural, and have academic degrees from Universities in the United States. We focus on the whole person and the whole of his/her relationships, in a loving, non-judgmental, and safe environment. We see individuals, couples, and families. Some of the areas most common for our counseling services are: • Marital Enrichment • Marital Therapy • Parent-Child Relational Issues • Depression • Anxiety • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder • Victims of Physical, Emotional, Psychological, or Sexual Abuse • Addictions and Substance Abuse • Behavioral and Academic Difficulties at School • Cultural or Spiritual Conflicts • Self-Awareness and Personal Growth
Anyone who is suffering with mental health.
Call for an appointment.
Patricia Vincent - BBA
(210) 884-8310
COVID-19 Notice

Our services continue while practicing social distancing. Weekly mentoring and in-person counseling are temporarily suspended Counseling is available virtually. Community Engagement presentations will also be taking place virtually.

Ransomed Life offers one-on-one, family, and group trauma-informed counseling for survivors of DMST and those at high-risk. Our Licensed Professional Counselors are trained to work with victims of sexual trauma and/or trafficking in order to address each individual as a whole. Ransomed Life will be opening Ransomed Life Local, which will serve as a hub for all of our activities with the girls. We will have cooking classes, art therapy, music lessons, and a garden as a part of their restoration.
If you or someone you are close to is a survivor of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (DMST) and would like to arrange one-on-one, family, or group counseling, go to https://www.ransomedlifetexas.org/contact
Dawn Coleman - Executive Director
COVID-19 Notice

Our services continue while practicing social distancing. Weekly mentoring and in-person counseling are temporarily suspended Counseling is available virtually. Community Engagement presentations will also be taking place virtually.

Ransomed Life is one of very few organizations in San Antonio that offers one-on-one mentoring for victims of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking. Our mentors are in contact with the girls on a weekly basis. One of the main goals of the mentor program is to have a personal relationship with the girls in order to walk through life with them. Ransomed Life takes a holistic approach to each activity in order to encompass spiritual, mental, behavioral, and physical care, while having fun. We believe education is vital for our girls on their journey of healing and restoration. Ransomed Life has witnessed survivors try to integrate back into the typical school setting with little success due to trauma, social unrest, and various setbacks. Therefore, we will work with each girl to make sure her education is a priority, connecting her with resources to complete her education and pursue higher education goals.
To refer a client, go to https://www.ransomedlifetexas.org/contact.
Carolyn Thomas - Program Manager
(210) 514-4384
15.25 miles away, 19595 W I-10, San Antonio, TX, 78257 , D8
Oak Hills Crownridge is offering a small group/class for those who no longer want to live in the shadows of post-traumatic stress. Post-traumatic stress (PTS) is a result of witnessing or experiencing a life-threatening event such as military combat, natural disasters, terrorist incidents, serious accidents, or physical or sexual assaults in adulthood or childhood. Post-traumatic stress can also impact anyone who has suffered from long-term illness/disability, or anyone who is a caretaker of such person. This group is also for first responders (police, firefighters, EMT’s, etc). The group meets Saturdays from 3:00-4:30 pm. Book & Materials Fee is $20.
Book & Materials Fee is $20.
Saturday, 3pm-4:30pm
Melissa O. Send email
(210) 698-4620