Getting Help: Self Referrals

Self Referrals

If you are struggling with depression, an addiction, or another mental health concern, please know that help is available. You are not alone, and we would be pleased to listen to your concerns and respond with understanding and compassion. 

At San Antonio Behavioral Healthcare Hospital, we offer a variety of programs and services to help patients address and begin working to manage psychiatric issues, substance abuse/addiction issues, issues faced by military personnel, and psychiatric issues that teenagers (12 – 17) experience.

Adult Psychiatric Programs

Our inpatient, partial hospitalization, and outpatient programs are designed to give you the level of care you need to help you manage your symptoms. Each patient will participate in a tailored program of care based on the recommendations of our interdisciplinary team of psychiatrists, therapists, social workers, psychiatric nurses, and mental health technicians who work closely with you and your family.

If you are feeling overwhelmed by psychiatric symptoms or substance abuse or addiction, we invite you to call us for help. Symptoms could include:

  • Suicide attempts or strong suicidal thoughts
  • Severe depression
  • Substance abuse or addiction that is out of control
  • Recent self-mutilation or other self-damaging behaviors
  • Symptoms of psychosis or schizophrenia
  • Severe trauma
  • Severe anxiety
  • When you need medical stabilization due to the side-effects of psychotropic medications
  • When outpatient programs aren’t working for you

For more information on our programs, please read more.

Adult Psychiatric Inpatient Treatment

Adult Partial Hospital Program

Adult Intensive Outpatient Program

Adolescent (Teen) Programs

If you are between the ages of 12 and 17 and are worried about the severity of your psychiatric symptoms or substance abuse/addiction issues, we welcome a call from you. Our adolescent programs help teens and pre-teens deal with and learn to manage

  • Severe depression or feelings of deep hopelessness
  • Suicide attempts or strong thoughts of committing suicide
  • Substance abuse or addiction
  • Self-mutilation, such as cutting yourself, or other activities where you deliberately put yourself into danger
  • Severe anxiety and trauma
  • Aggressive behavior or strong urges to get into physical fights in order to hurt or punch others
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Other psychotic behaviors that are disrupting your daily life

For more information about our adolescent programs, please read more.

Adolescent Program

Please call 210.541.5300 for information about any of our programs that may fit your needs or to schedule a free, confidential assessment