Sober Living near
Haven for Hope continues to adjust its services as the local COVID-19 situation evolves.
The Intake Department has reponed to new clients.
Haven's Courtyard is fully staffed and providing services that include shelter, meals, medical, counseling, employment, housing, showers, laundry, etc. As usual, Courtyard Guests can come and go during the day, but there is a 7:00 pm campus-wide curfew. We are trying our best to practice social distancing for sleeping, mealtime, waiting in lines, and mingling.
Our main phone line (210-220-2100) is open to assist with referrals.
We also continue to either provide or find shelter for families, as best we can, on an as-needed basis.
Working with approximately 184 partner organizations, the Transformational Campus provides a variety of services including, but not limited to: case management, job training and employment readiness, education assistance, behavioral health, substance abuse treatment, meals, spiritual services, and others aimed at helping individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness gain stability. Participation in case management is required.
Space on the Transformational Campus is limited and there is no guarantee we will have an immediately available bed.
Must have proof of residency of at least 9 months in Bexar County.
Must be 18 years or older or accompanied by a legal guardian.
Must have valid government issued ID.
Must be drug and alcohol free.
Cannot be a registered sex offender.
All services are at no cost to Haven clients.
Alpha Home Residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center in San Antonio is for women 18 years and older who need treatment and support in a homelike residential setting. Our treatment philosophy and practices are based on 50 years of highly successful and effective treatment experiences. Average length of stay is 70 days. We have 47 beds divided between 2 facilities located near downtown San Antonio.
The process begins with the client’s involvement in developing a personalized treatment plan and continues with the following:
* Participating in individual counseling
* Participating in process and education groups
* Using peer support systems
* Participating in a community 12-step program
* Working with a 12-step sponsor
* Participating in goals set by referring agencies including Child Protective Services and criminal justice entities
* Participating with family members in the treatment process
* Comprehensive assessment and individualized treatment plans
* Case management
* Individual and group counseling
* Education groups including recovery skills, relapse prevention, healthy relationships, anger management, 12-step introduction, and parenting skills
* Sober-related activities
* GED Classes
* Health and wellness classes
* On-site wellness clinic staffed by the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio medical students and volunteers doctors
* Job readiness preparation
Women with substance abuse disorder who are 18 years of age or older.
We accept Medicare/Medicaid and some major insurance policies.
Contact [email protected] for more information.
In compliance with the City of San Antonio to not hold gatherings larger than 250 or 500 people, Victory Gospel Chapel will not hold services in the sanctuary but will live stream our services - check our website for the stream link.
The Victory Gospel Spiritual Growth Center is a ministry of Victory Gospel Chapel. It's an extension of God's mercy that was established to help those who are lost in darkness such as drug abuse, alcoholism, and other serious problems. The purpose of the ministry is to help those people first discover the love of Jesus Christ, and then build new lives through that love. The SGC helps men and women from all walks of life restructure their lives so they can achieve success.
Our ministry offers:
- Prayer three times daily
- Daily classes
- Group Sessions and Drug Group Sessions
- Biblical Counseling
If you or someone you know needs help, please contact us at any time. We care about souls, and we've been here to help men and women from all walks of life find Jesus Christ and the change that only He can bring.
Casa Mia, a partnership between Crosspoint and the UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing (SON), opened in late December 2018 and is currently funded by the Texas Department of State Health Services, the Baptist Health Foundation, and the Sisters of the Holy Spirit. This innovative care model fulfills an essential need in Texas by providing transitional residential programming in the beautiful 4500 square foot Pryor House in the historic Monte Vista neighborhood. Casa Mia focuses specifically on women with opioid use disorder who are pregnant and/or parenting and welcomes their young children to accompany them. This program relies on the proven Crosspoint model of transitional residential services to provide recovery housing while women access needed outpatient treatment services. The SON brings to Casa Mia its extensive expertise in women’s health, child growth and development, nutrition, and program evaluation. Further, unlike most recovery housing, Casa Mia welcomes women who have chosen a variety of pathways to recovery including medication assisted treatment.
Women with opioid use disorder who are pregnant and/or parenting, and their children