Staff, Patient, and Visitor Safety is our #1 Priority
March 17, 2020
First, I would like to thank all of the extremely dedicated staff and physicians that tirelessly care for our patients. Also, I would like to recognize and express my appreciation for support staff that are dedicated to continuing and maintaining operations. All employees are critical to our emergency management plan. It is also important to thank every visitor and our community partners for your support. Together we are stronger than this challenge.
I want to personally reassure you that SABHH has been monitoring the daily events surrounding the COVID-19 virus and complying with guidance from the CDC and our state and local public health departments. While we maintain our commitment to high quality and compassionate care, we are keenly aware that we must protect and maintain a safe treatment environment for our patients, family members and staff. The following are some precautions we have instituted that we want you to share with you.
SABHH strives to keep everyone who has entrusted their care to us in the safest environment possible. We appreciate your understanding as we respond to these challenges, and take utmost care and concern for all of our patients. For additional information and updates, please like us on Facebook. Thank you all for assisting us as we continue to provide excellent patient care. Again, we appreciate you and all your efforts.
As an advocate for mental health awareness, Aleen Davis Arabit, welcomes patients who are seeking help from a mental health hospital or clinic. At San Antonio Behavioral Healthcare Hospital, we specialize in specific treatment plans programs that help patients with healthy living.
At SABH, we provide patients and their family members with useful information related to our facility, services, and staff.
Our services are evidence-based and individualized to meet your specific needs. At SABH, we work with children, adolescents, adult and geriatric patients. In addition, we operate two specific Active Duty Military units (psychiatric or co-occurring issues), as well as a dedicated all female unit for Sexual Trauma.
To learn more about our treatment programs, explore our website or call us directly (210.541.5300) for information. We offer a no cost assessment, all it takes is one call.
Our team have one goal in mind: to provide you, our patient, with the highest quality of care.
We are dedicated to providing the respect, dignity, and kindness you deserve. Learn more about our programs today by browsing our website. Here you will find useful information regarding educational opportunities, service descriptions, and how we run our behavioral hospital.
This website is meant to be a tool and resource to you and your loved ones. However, we understand a site can’t answer all of your questions or concerns. If you would like more information about San Antonio Behavioral Healthcare Hospital, contact us (210.531.5300) today or click on the Contact tab.