• Click Here to Request Confidential Mental Wellness

    Our South San Antonio ISD CARE Zone and the San Antonio Mobile Mental Wellness Collaborative have partnered to offer no-cost mental wellness services. If you are a family member or district staff at South San ISD, you now have greater access to mental health services. San Antonio Mobile Mental Wellness Collaborative partners offer no-cost mental wellness services. Our licensed mental health professionals are available virtually or in person. Spanish-speaking counselors are available.

    Our evidence -based services include:

    Individual counseling includes anxiety, anger, grief, trauma and more
    Group therapy
    Drug and alcohol evaluation and counseling
    Case management

    If your child needs mental wellness services, don’t hesitate to contact the student’s campus or the South San CARE Zone, located in the annex building of Athens Elementary at 210-216-0698, or email

    South San ISD Mobile Mental Health Wellness Partners  

    • Clarity

      Clarity will provide educational classes on a variety of behavioral health topics to South San Antonio ISD staff, as well as diagnostic assessments and therapy services to students and their families.

    • Children's Bereavement Center of South Texas

      Children’s Bereavement Center provides grief support programs for children and teens. The bereavement center addresses the grief and loss needs of children to assist in healing and moving forward. Peer Group Support, individual, family counseling and professional education and training programs are available.

    • Rise Recovery

      Rise Recovery works directly with youth and their families with substance use. They provide assessments and therapeutic services to youth, their families, and the community about substance abuse and recovery. Educational presentations will also be included for parents, students, and staff.

    • Family Services

      Family Services Association provides mental health counseling, parent engagement/strengthening, prevention of child abuse/neglect services and professional development. Professional education and training programs are available.