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About Our Mental Health Facilities & Services in San Antonio

San Antonio Behavioral Healthcare Hospital (SABHH) is a 198-bed, acute care psychiatric and substance abuse treatment facility providing a Trauma Informed Care environment with evidence-based treatment programing. SABHH is located in Northwest San Antonio medical center.

  • Intensive Outpatient Care
    • Adults:
      • Day (Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 9 to noon)
      • Evenings (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 5 to PM)
    • Adolescents (call for details)
  • Specific Active Duty Military Programs
    • Female sexual Trauma
    • PTSD
    • Dual Diagnosis

The compassionate staff at SABHH brings decades of behavioral health experience and maintains a steadfast commitment to holistic wellness through medication management, group, individual therapy, family session(s) and specialized mental health treatment programs. Each patient received an individualized service plan to meet their needs.

Our Mental Health Treatment Facility

San Antonio Behavioral Healthcare Hospitalis a 198-bed freestanding behavioral health hospital utilizing a Trauma Informed Care environment.A dietitian is on staff to ensure our patient received quality meals. Court yards are available on each unit to provide relaxation and breaks for our patients. SABHH patients can also enjoy the use of our gym, where they can work out, play basketball and work our recreational therapist.

Our behavioral health hospital in San Antonio, TX, is accredited by CMS and The Joint Commission. These are the highest accreditation authorities in healthcare.

Mental Health Services in San Antonio

Behavioral and mental health problems are serious issues that require appropriate treatment. For some, inpatient care is necessary, while others may benefit from intensive outpatient care or partial hospitalization (day treatment). Many of our patients may start in inpatient treatment and transition to the other options as their condition begins to improve. In any case, San Antonio Behavioral Health Hospital has a program that sets each individual up for recovery and reduces the likelihood of relapse. We even offer dedicated treatment plans for adolescents, active-duty military personnel, dependents and veterans. SABHH uniquely offers detox for adolescents from opiates (Heroin, Opium etc.) and benzodiazepines (Ambien, Ativan, Xanax, yellow jackets etc.). For adults, SABHH offers detox, short-term rehabilitation and dual diagnosis.

SABHH provides mental health services for the following medical issues:

  • Mood Disorders (Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Anxiety)
  • Schizophrenia, Delusions, Hallucinations
  • Suicidal Ideation
  • Alcohol/Drug Abuse
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Aggressive/Threatening Behaviors

*NOTE: This is not an exhaustive listing.

All of our mental health services are administered by qualified psychiatrists, registered nurses, mental health clinicians, and certified technicians. For those requiring inpatient care, our San Antonio behavioral health hospital also offers nontraditional therapies such as art therapy, dance and movement, sports, music and much more. Please call our intake department (210.541.5350) for more information, we are open when you need us 24/7/365.

Find Help for Family, Friends, Patients, or Yourself

We welcome referrals for your loved ones, patients, or even self. We strive to provide the resources necessary to get mental health and substance abuse help. See our “Make a Referral” page to learn more about how referrals are handled and who can refer someone. You may also just call our intake at 210.541.5350, we are here when you need us 24/7/365.

Contact Our San Antonio Behavioral Healthcare Hospital

If you have any questions about the facility or staff at San Antonio Behavioral Healthcare Hospital, please review our resources or contact us (210.541.5300) We are here to help and are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week 365 days a year to perform a NO COST mental health assessment.