Be Well: Outpatient Substance Use Treatment


About Be Well

Be Well. It’s the simple goal of everyone who walks through our doors: to find hope through recovery and life after substance dependence.

The UT Health Behavioral Wellness Clinic (Be Well) is a comprehensive program that treats a wide variety of substance use disorders. Be Well offers personalized care through education, psychotherapy, and psychiatric treatment. Our physician prescribes a variety of evidence-based medications such as buprenorphine (e.g., Suboxone), naltrexone (e.g., Vivitrol), and other medications if needed to aid in the recovery process.

Led by our compassionate and dedicated clinicians, our team is here to help every person reach their goals for a healthy, balanced life as we work together guiding patients and family, and providing support through the recovery process. Learn more about us, including our location, using the links on this page. Take the first step in discovering life after substance dependence.

Contact one of our caring staff to schedule a consultation at 210-450-6450.

How we are different

Medication Assistance

Effective treatment for substance dependence may include medications for the best possible results. Be Well uses a comprehensive approach to treatment, which may include recovery supportive medications, utilized in conjunction with psychotherapy to treat both substance dependence and any underlying mental health issues.

  • Buprenorphine (Suboxone)
  • Naltrexone (Vivitrol, Revia)
  • Disulfiram (Antabuse)
  • Bupropion (Zyban, Wellbutrin)
  • Varenicline (Chantix)
  • Topiramate (Topamax)
  • Naloxone (Narcan)

Treatment of co-occurring disorders

At Be Well we understand that substance dependence can commonly occur alongside conditions such as depression or mood disorders, anxiety, and other behavioral health diagnoses. Our clinicians are experts in understanding these co-occurring disorders and integrating appropriate treatment along with substance use care.

Highly personalized treatment plans

What works for one person may not be ideal for another. That’s why Be Well takes an individualized approach to every plan of treatment to find the right solution for each individual. Our experts work to develop the appropriate plan of care, from short-term therapies to long-term treatment, all of varying degrees of intensity, depending on the clinical need and the person’s preference. By partnering fully with our patients, our clinical team strives to earn and build trust in every relationship, which is a critical element in successful treatment.

Together, we can help you manage your symptoms over extended periods of time.



Psychotherapy is simply an open and collaborative dialogue. It involves a therapist and a patient working together to address the patient’s personal life stressors and concerns- all in an objective, neutral, and completely nonjudgmental environment.

By identifying barriers that may inhibit a patient’s recovery, psychotherapy helps to successfully implement a plan that will be most effective for each unique individual. Psychotherapy helps patients develop better coping skills and habits to stop substance use and promote a healthier outlook on life.

Comprehensive support. Successful recovery.

It’s important to understand the services we may utilize to help our patients recover. Comprehensive treatment options at Be Well often include group and individual psychotherapy, in combination with psychiatric treatment. Group psychotherapy sessions focus on substance use education, relapse control and prevention, stress management, building effective coping skills and fostering positive family and interpersonal interactions, while individual therapy may address the personal underlying causes of substance use. Psychiatric care utilizes medication support as part of the full scope of treatment.

Contact Us

Be Well Clinic


Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


We are located at the University Plaza Building across the street from Methodist Children’s Hospital in the Medical Center.
Address: 7526 Louis Pasteur Dr Suite 318 San Antonio, TX 78229
Bus Lines: 520, 600, and 603