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When was the last time you put mental health front and center? In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, CHCS is hosting a free five-part webinar series featuring local industry experts and real people sharing their journeys of hope and healing. 

Every Wednesday in May, new topics will be presented by CHCS peers and staff members, providing insight into The Center’s wide range of programs and services. Sharing stories of success and recovery helps to end mental health stigma, while reminding our community that they are not alone.

This webinar series is open to the public, and all attendees are welcome. Please share with your friends, family and neighbors. 

May 4, 2022: Mindful When Your Mind is Full will take you through an overview of the adult behavioral health programs provided by The Center for Health Care Services (CHCS). Along this journey you will also hear from a CHCS Peer whose journey through these programs assisted in overcoming challenges and led them to a career focused on helping others.

May 11, 2022: Navigating Trauma for Kids and Teens will take you through an overview of the children’s behavioral health programs provided by The Center for Health Care Services (CHCS). Along this journey you will also hear a story of hope and healing from someone who experienced the impact of early intervention.

May 18, 2022: Making Mental Health a Priority will share insight into what Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training entails and just how powerful MHFA can be in schools, faith-based organizations, corporate organizations and more.

May 25, 2022: Coming Home and Finding Your Community will take you through an overview of the Military Veteran Peer Network Project and the resources available to veterans, soldiers and their family members. In addition, you will also hear a personal account of the impact MVPN can have on veterans and their families.

 

May 31, 2022: Seeds of Opportunity will take you through an overview of the community and crisis response programs provided by The Center for Health Care Services (CHCS). Along this journey you will also hear from a CHCS Peer whose journey through these programs assisted in overcoming challenges and led them to a career focused on helping others.

 

Mental Health Awareness Month is a time to kick down misconceptions and negative connotations around mental health, while reflecting on our own battles with stress and anxiety. To promote this message, we wanted to partner with an organization that advocates for mental health as much as we do! We are happy to announce our CHCS Foundation has partnered with Raising Cane’s for an upcoming fundraiser on Monday, May 23rd. 

Stop by any San Antonio Raising Cane’s location on May 23rd from noon to 9:00 p.m. and PLEASE REMEMBER to mention the CHCS Fundraiser. In doing so, 15% of your purchase will benefit the CHCS Foundation and help to expand CHCS’ mission of hope and healing. 

 

Your Time is Valuable!

At The Center for Health Care Services, we recognize the importance of your time and are committed to providing efficient and timely care Beginning February 1, 2024, The Center established prescriber scheduling instructions for quicker access to health care services.

For detailed instructions

If you have any questions or need additional information, please call CHCS or speak with your
Care Management team member Monday – Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
at (210) 261-CHCS (2427).

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