Who: Laurel Ridge Treatment Center located at 17720 Corporate Woods Drive in San Antonio
What: Announces today the land acquisition of the 10-acre parcel located directly across the street from its campus to construct a new 80-bed behavioral health facility to serve our Nation’s Military veterans.
The project received unanimous support from both the City of San Antonio Zoning Commission and City Council.
When: Purchase of land parcel signed on April 26, 2017; Zoning process closed on land purchase on January 11, 2018.
Where: 17727 Corporate Woods Drive in San Antonio
Why: Laurel Ridge Treatment Center will construct a new 80-bed facility that will serve our military heroes from across the nation and international bases.
This new facility construction commemorates Laurel Ridge’s 31st year of service to San Antonio, Texas and the U.S.
This land acquisition will allow for the immediate start of the design process. Construction is expected to begin by early summer.
“Laurel Ridge is proud to serve the San Antonio community, including members of the active armed services, veterans, and military families. We look forward to expanding our campus to increase our ability to provide much-needed behavioral health services.” -- Jacob Cuellar, CEO, Laurel Ridge Treatment Center
About Laurel Ridge Treatment Center
Laurel Ridge Treatment Center in San Antonio, Texas is a 250-bed psychiatric hospital located on 18 acres offering a comprehensive continuum of behavioral health and substance abuse services, including acute programs for children, adolescents and adults, and residential treatment for children and adolescents.
Laurel Ridge also has a 60-bed Mission Resiliency Unit to serve the needs of our active duty military community. This unit is exclusively designed to meet the complex, multiple needs related to the active duty service member’s Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), including Substance/Alcohol/Drug Abuse and other behavioral health issues. This comprehensive treatment program supports family involvement with family process and education groups. All aspects of the treatment tracks sustain the primary goal of the Mission Resiliency Program: to reintegrate service members to their duty stations and family, and provide a seamless continuum of care.