News & Events
Women's Seeking Safety Group
April 16th, 2017 - June 6th, 2017
FREE for Female Veterans, Service Members and Military Spouses
Meeting weekly at the Samaritan Center on Tuesdays from March 28th - May 16th, 6-7:30 p.m.
Seeking Safety is an evidence-based treatment to help people find safety from trauma and/or substance abuse. It focuses on safe coping skills, healthy relationships, emotional grounding, self-compassion, healthy self-care and healing from anger.
Call the Samaritan Center, 512-451-7337, ext. 0 to register.
New Adolescent DBT Group
March 29th - May 17th
This group will emphasize interaction and support and various DBT skills to help manage moods and decrease self-destructive behaviors.
DBT is a research-based, proven treatment that includes four sets of behavioral skills to learn healthy coping to deal with overwhelming emotions, practice Mindfulness, and improve relationships by maintaining self-respect and showing respect with others in interpersonal interactions.
The group is for adolescent boys and girls ages 13-17. It will be held from 6-7:30pm and will run for eight weeks at the Samaritan Center in Austin March 29 - May 17. Group size will be limited to 6-8 members.
Cost of the group is $50. Sliding scale is available to low income and to family members of veterans and active duty members.
To register or for more information, contact Michelle Gerbozy, RN, LMSW
at 512-451-7337 ext 208.
Thank you to our wonderful grant partners!
We are appreciative of the continued support of the Samaritan Center from the Texas Veterans Commission
, St. David’s Foundation
, United Way of Williamson County
and Georgetown Health Foundation
. Also, we have been fortunate recipients of a Community Impact Grant providing professional consulting services from IBM. Additionally, we are very appreciative of our new supporters Austin Community Foundation
, Greater Round Rock Community Foundation – Leading Ladies Giving Circle
, and Listen for Good
Read about the Samaritan Center in the Community Impact Newspaper
Every Wednesday at 6:00 pm. Call (512) 451-7337 for information.