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Restoration

CHCS’ Roberto L. Jimenez M.D. Restoration Center, located at 601 N. Frio in San Antonio, specializes in hope, healing and recovery for adults experiencing drug and alcohol addiction and/or severe mental health crisis such as depression.

With the mission to provide hope and support recovery, the Restoration Center offers a full spectrum of nationally recognized innovative and medically supervised services that are customized to the individual in order to promote healing. From sobering to detoxification, on site observational assessment and, if needed, a medical and/or psychiatric diagnosis, the CHCS’ integrated treatment team is ready to help individuals chart a course to wellness and restore their lives.

CHCS understands that being healthy includes all aspects of a person’s life. Our quality services don’t end at the Restoration Center. CHCS draws upon fifty years of experience and shared expertise and offers a full complement of services to include Adult Behavioral Health, Child Behavioral Health, Transformational Services for the Homeless, and Intellectual Developmental Disabilities.

Fiscal Year 2015

Restoration Programs

  • Crisis Care Center
  • Crisis Observation Unit
  • Mobile Crisis Outreach Team (MCOT)
  • CenterCare Clinic
  • Public Sobering Unit
  • Residential Detoxification Program
  • Ambulatory Detoxification Program
  • Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Minor Medical Clinic (for injured detainees)
  • Opioid Addiction Treatment Services (OATS)
  • Mommies Specialized Female Outpatient Substance Abuse Program
  • Co-Occuring Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Disorders (COPSD) Treatment
  • In-House Recovery Program (IHRP)
  • HIV Prevention, Intervention & Outreach Programs
Our programs are always in need of supplies, goods and services. We invite you to see our Wish List of items that can help change someone’s life and ask that you help today!
The doctor there didn’t judge me. Instead, he was very supportive, and asked me why I started to use again. I was honest with him. I told him that I had been in recovery and relapsed. He suggested that maybe I should get on methadone so I wouldn’t affect the baby. Now I put myself and my recovery first, because if I don’t, I can’t take care of my child, I can’t work, I can’t do the things I need to do. Jessica Alcala

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