Help Children Seeking Mental Health Services

by Ecumenical Center for Religion and Health


This project will allow financially disadvantaged children with mental or emotional problems be treated utilizing counseling, neuro-feedback and play therapies to enable healthy and productive lives.

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Children services are among the most time intensive and therefore costly mental health services to provide. Working with a child means devoting consultation time with parents, physicians, teachers and often other health care providers. Insurance does not cover the necessary multiple consultations. As insurance reimbursements have plummeted, hospitals, mental health centers and private practitioners by the score have ceased providing mental health services to children.


The project will provide services to children and their families that seek mental health services for their children but do not have the financial resources due to poverty, loss of employment, lack of insurance or high insurance deductibles/co-pays.

Long-Term Impact

Therapy will Instill a sense of competence in the child and promote his or her strengths, talents and feelings of self-worth. It will offset a child’s sense of failure, frustration, discouragement, social isolation, low self-esteem and depression.



Organization Information

Ecumenical Center for Religion and Health

Location: San Antonio, TX - USA
Bryan Chase
Project Leader:
Bryan Chase
Director of Development and Marketing
San Antonio, Texas United States

Funded Project!

Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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