PERSON: Hope Smith, Clinical
OFFICE HOURS: Call for appointment
BUS SERVICE: #9 Broadway [Stop ID: 35646]
ELIGIBILITY/FEES: This program targets adolescent females who are at risk
for gang involvement, drug use, and potential school
dropout and provides residential treatment for ages
1410 Guadalupe Street, Suite 102
San Antonio, TX 78207
Contact: Ana Salinas
Outpatient services are available to mail and female
adolescents who are at risk for gang involvement, drug
use, and potential school dropout.
PHILOSOPHY: 12-step, behavioral, and cognitive.
DRUG PROBLEMS ADDRESSED: Alcohol,
amphetamines, barbiturates, cannabis, cocaine/crack,
heroin/opioids, nicotine, and poly-drug.
POPULATIONS SERVED: Adolescents,
co-dependent, and pregnant women.
SERVICES PROVIDED: Day/evening
treatment, drug-free program, prevention/education,
problem assistance, referral & follow-up, screening/assessment,
standard outpatient, and support groups.
TREATMENT STRATEGIES: Continuing
after care, family intervention, family sessions, group
counseling, individual sessions, relapse prevention,
and self-help groups.
STAFF COMPOSITION: Clinical
director on site. Certified addictions counselors.
CONSULTANTS EMPLOYED ON A REGULAR BASIS: Licensed chemical dependency counselor, licensed clinical,
nutritionist, psychologist, psychiatrist, and social
PROGRAM COMPONENTS: Standardized