San Antonio Refugee Health Clinic
A true interdisciplinary and joint effort among nursing, medical and dental students and faculty from UT Health San Antonio addresses the health and social needs of immigrant refugees.
Casa Mia at the Pryor House
Casa Mia is a recovery residence where pregnant and parenting women with opioid use disorder can recover with their children. Crosspoint Inc., a local non-profit, is our community partner for this project. Our School of Nursing faculty and students provide wellness and nutrition education, case management services, parenting classes, and recovery support for all Casa Mia residents
Mobile Health Care for Underserved Communities & Disaster Relief
Our School of Nursing operates a mobile health unit that provides care to communities in need such as low-income school districts. The mobile health unit also provides disaster relief care to communities affected by disasters such as Hurricane Harvey.
Community-based Health Initiatives
Our School of Nursing collaborates with interdisciplinary academic programs at UT Health San Antonio and community of healthcare professionals to address health disparities among women and their families.
Caring for the Caregiver
Caring for the Caregiver provides opportunities for social engagement, education classes, and hands-on skills training for managing care challenges for caregivers of persons with Alzheimer’s and other dementias. All resources are offered at no cost to the family caregiver.
Opioid Overdose Training & Recovery Initiatives
Our School of Nursing collaborates with Bexar County, the state of Texas and local programs to combat the opioid crisis.