A collaboration of mental health professionals, community leaders and churches working to: increase education and awareness of mental health issues, share resources, reduce stigma, remove barriers, aid in early detection and develop support groups for all affected by mental health issues. Hill Country Hope 4 Health provides a resource list for individuals looking for mental health services.
Oakwood Counseling provides Christian based counseling services from licensed contract counseling staff. Services are offered to children, adolescents, and adults through individual, marital, and/or family counseling.
River City Advocacy is a community mental health nonprofit in New Braunfels, Texas that provides affordable mental health services to residents of New Braunfels and Comal County. River City Advocacy offers Reduced-rate individual, couples & family counseling, free & reduced-rate veterans counseling, support groups, life skills workshops, art & creative expression programs, and peer program activities.
RecoveryWerks helps teens and families heal from the affects of substance use disorder. RecoveryWerks offers recovery support services for teens and families in a safe and nurturing environment.
The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute provides high quality, nonpartisan and objective policy research and program guidance that creates systemic changes so all Texans can obtain effective, efficient behavioral health care when and where they need it.
The purpose of MAPNB (Mental Advocacy Partners – New Braunfels) is to provide hope, as well as information on mental health in New Braunfels. We will make it easy to make an informed decision about finding assistance from a local organization that is standing by to help you.
Hope Hospice provides excellence in care, comfort and education to all affected by life-limiting illness, grief and loss. Hope Hospice provides compassionate, personalized end of life care and counseling services to help those affected by grief & loss.
Promoting independence, community integration, and recovery. Hill Country MHDD is a nonprofit entity that provides community mental health services in Comal County. Hill Country MHDD is the Mental Health Authority designated by the State of Texas for the region. Hill Country MHDD provides services for community mental health, veterans, developmental disabilities, substance misuse, and a mobile crisis outreach team to respond to mental health emergency situations. They also allow access to private rooms for veterans to take Zoom appointments. Local transportation can be provided for appointments.
Connections offers counseling and prevention education services for youth, adults, and families, a crisis hotline and referral services, and substance abuse prevention services. Connections also provides short-term residential services for runaway, abused or neglected, homeless, and at-risk youth.
The mission of Communities In Schools of South Central Texas (CIS) is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. CIS offers students opportunities to participate in drop-out prevention, college readiness, and mentoring programs. CIS also offers the Youth Mental Health First Aid and Signs of Suicide programs in order to address the mental health needs of youth. All CIS services and programs support the goal of providing safe and healthy environments for students both at school and at home for the good of our community.