If your group would like a tour of The Restoration Center, located at 601 N. Frio in downtown San Antonio, please complete this form. We provide tours on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday or Thursday of every month. Tour participants must be 18 years of age or older. No photography is allowed in any treatment areas while touring CHCS facilities and a confidentiality form will be required of each person taking the tour. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your tour time.
(Due to facility/staff constraints, we are only able to accommodate parties of 10 or less during a single tour)
As soon as possible after your tour date is confirmed, we ask that you provide the names, titles (including licensures/credentials) and organization/agency name for each person in your delegation.
Often, the schedule includes a working lunch. We will be happy to coordinate ordering a box lunch. We ask that you pay for lunch for your participants as well as the staff who will be presenting during the lunch hour. Please provide us with any special accommodation requests/comments, including dietary requests:
This tour is organized and presented at no cost to you by the CHCS. Please consider making a charitable donation to the CHCS Foundation. Any donation, which supports the work of CHCS, is strictly voluntary and very much appreciated. Please use the button to your right to make a donation.
Areas of Interest on the Tour (check any or all that apply) → Refer to CHCS webpage for details about a particular program, http://www.chcsbc.org/.
Below is the list of our community collaboration partnership with the judicial system.
Gilbert Gonzales, Director, Bexar County Mental Health Services
Mike Lozito, Director, Bexar County of Judicial Services
The Bexar County Drug Court program provides intensive supervision and treatment interventions to high-risk drug-abusing offenders who show a genuine desire to break the cycle of addiction. Participation in the program is voluntary and required participants to enter in an agreement that mandates compliance to all program rules. The program has an average range of 18-24 months for felony offenders and 12-18 months for misdemeanor offenders. The vital aspect of the program is intensive outpatient treatment for all participants. Felony participants will receive intensive outpatient counseling from Elite Counseling. Misdemeanor participants can receive counseling from various community resources
San Antonio Police Department CIT/ Mental Health Unit - The San Antonio Police Department Mental Health Unit is designed to help those suffering from mental health issues get the treatment they need.
Bexar County Sheriff’s Office Mental Health Unit - The Mental Health Unit works closely with the Civil Courts that issue mental health warrants for individuals who are unable to care for themselves and have demonstrated to be a danger to themselves or others.
After the submission of a Tour Request Form, CHCS staff will contact you with further details within in 7 business days.
**Please provide 72 hours notice in the event of cancellation**.