2020 - Year In Review

2,193 Individuals Received Treatment in 2020

2020 brought us COVID-19, yet we pivoted immediately to telehealth and never stopped services. It was a challenging year but we met it head-on. We couldn't be prouder of our staff.

Here are the highlights from the year.

  • 1,045 individuals received 10,771 hours of counseling and integrative medicine treatment
  • 478 military clients
  • 147 Children & Adolescents (225 including up to age 24)
  • 817 Adults
  • 81 Seniors
  • 418 from households at less than 200% of the Federal Poverty Level
  • 596 Travis County Residents
  • 331 Williamson County Residents
  • 117 individuals attended skills-building workshops (72 low-income)

Military Programs

  • 971 Veterans and Military Family members served! Serving more veterans and their families with evidence-based treatment than any other private outpatient clinic in Central Texas!
  • 478 Veterans & military family members received 4,433 hours of treatment (285 veterans, 24 Service Members, 75 spouses, and 92 children)
  • 21 justice-involved veterans received peer support and counseling at Travis State Jail Re-entry Dorm and Travis County Correctional Complex through Hope for Heroes Field Clinician Program
  • 472 veterans received peer support through our Military Veteran Peer Network (MVPN)
  • 93 law enforcement (Austin Police Department, Texas State Troopers, Travis County Sheriff’s Department, UT Police) received military competency and crisis training from MVPN staff

How Did We Do?

Curious about how 2020 stacked up to 2019? Read our 2019 Annual Report here.