With San Antonio, Texas being known as “Military City,” One in Five Minds is here to provide support, education and awareness to mental illness in these persons and their families. Below is a list of organizations providing treatment, support services and more to military families in Bexar County and beyond.

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Clinics and Treatment Centers

Brooke Army Medical Center: www.bamc.amedd.army.mil

  • Outpatient and inpatient services
  • Appointments:tricareonline.com
  • Serves active duty military, military retirees and families
  • Location: 3551 Roger Brooke Dr, San Antonio, Texas
  • Phone Number: (210) 916-7500

Catholic Charities: Military Family Relief Project: www.catholiccharitiesrgv.org

  • The Military Relief Project offers services to military individuals and their families in need of assistance including counseling, post traumatic stress therapy, grief and loss therapy, couples/marriage counseling, family counseling, parenting skills, depression and anxiety. 
  • Serves active duty military, military retirees and families
  • Location: Guadalupe Community Center: 1801 W César E Chávez Blvd, San Antonio, TX 78207
  • Phone Number: 210-226-6178 

Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Endeavors: www.familyendeavors.org/mfc 

  • The Steven A. Cohen Military Clinic offers mental health treatment, awareness and education programs. This includes counseling for individuals, groups, couples, children and families, medication management, case management, connection to local resources, life skills and wellness groups, and specialty workshops 
  • Serves active duty and veteran  elderly, non-elderly, youth and families
  • Location: 535 Bandera Road, San Antonio, TX 768228 

Strong Star tango.uthscsa.edu/strongstar

  • The South Texas Research Organizational Network Guiding Studies on Trauma and Resilience, or STRONG STAR, is a multidisciplinary and multi-institutional research consortium funded by the U.S. Departments of Defense (DoD) and Veterans Affairs (VA) to develop and evaluate the most effective early interventions possible for the detection, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of combat-related posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and related conditions in active-duty military personnel and recently discharged veterans
  • Serves active duty and recently discharged military 
  • Location: UT Health San Antonio 

Support Services

Center for Military Families: education.utsa.edu/center-military_families

  • The Center for Military Families is housed in the College of Education and Human Development (COEHD) at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). The vision of the Center is to enhance the daily experiences of military families through holistic engagement with the often-challenging circumstances families experience in military service, with particular attention to the well-being of military-connected children.
  • Serves military families
  • Location: 501 W. Cesar E. Chavez Blvd. Buena Vista Building, 1.302F & 1.302G

Joint Base San Antonio: www.jbsa.mil

  • Joint Base San Antonio combines support information for all the San Antonio Military Bases. They offer military family support, military and family readiness, substance abuse prevention, sexual assault prevention and response.
  • Serves active duty military, military retirees and families

Military Child Education Coalition: www.militarychild.org

  • The Military Child Education Coalition is a national organization whose mission is that every military-connected child is college, workforce, and life-ready. They offer resources for military kids and families through transitions, classes, leadership programs, military student transition consultations, parent-to-parent programs and more. 
  • Serves active duty families and children


  • Parent to Parent:
    • In these parent workshops, parent educators share practical ideas, proven techniques, and solid resources to support military-connected families
    • The Parent to Parent program allows parents to be their child’s best advocate on educational and social issue
    • Teams usually consist of 3 to 5 highly-trained professionals, and they concentrate on providing the Parent Workshops to families in their region
  • Tell Me A Story:
    • Tell Me A Story (TMAS) empowers military-connected children through the use of literature and children’s personal stories. This program helps to foster skills for resilience, strong peer and parent relationships, and a caring community.
    • TMAS provides opportunities to have open discussions on difficult topics such as deployment, separation and moving.
    • Tailored to children ages 4-12. 

Operation Homefront: www.operationhomefront.org

  • Operation Homefront support military families during difficult financial times by providing food assistance, auto and home repairs, vision care, travel and transportation, moving assistant, etc. Help military families gain long-term stability. Their program Homes on the Homefront awards mortgage-free homes. 
  • Serves active duty military and their families
  • Location: 1355 Central Parkway S, Ste. 100, San Antonio, TX 78232

San Antonio Coalition for Veterans and Families: sacvf.org

  • The San Antonio Coalition for Veterans and Families provides confidential, personal assistance to Veterans, family members, caregivers and widows to help locate or resolve unmet needs that other programs may not support.Their services include crisis hotlines, veteran resources, mental health resources, general veteran information, employment, housing, and more
  • Serves active duty military, veterans, and their families

Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Endeavors: www.familyendeavors.org/mfc 

  • The Steven A. Cohen Military Clinic offers mental health awareness and education programs including life skills and wellness groups and specialty workshops. 
  • Serves active duty and veteran  elderly, non-elderly, youth and families
  • Location: 535 Bandera Road, San Antonio, TX 768228 

TXServes- San Antonio: sanantonio.americaserves.org

  • TXServes – San Antonio offer services in legal, housing, employment, medical, money management, clothing and household goods, education, transportation and more. All TXServes direct providers offer comprehensive services to all who serve, have served and their families.
  • Serves veterans, service members, and their families