Partners

Our Foundation is honored to partner and collaborate with the following organizations who represent such valuable community leaders who care enough about serving trauma survivors.  We are proud to collaborate on programs that will bring restoration and recovery to individuals, families, communities, and the world. Please visit with them and support their wonderful work.

The Vine Wellness Group

We are honored to add The Vine Wellness Group to our distinguished list of community partners. Their philosophy in treating the whole person is innovative and fresh in the mental health profession.  The Vine Wellness Group believes that there is more to healing than focusing on just one area of a person. They feel that it is very important to include a holistic approach and focus on the body as a whole: emotionally, spiritually, and physically. To meet the different needs of the body they offer professionals in specialized areas, and provide services in: Mental Health Counseling and Assessments, Massage Therapy. And now offer Grace Tree Somatic Movement, Trauma Sensitive Yoga, and Mindful Mediation.

Now offering Low Cost Counseling Options!
To see if you qualify for their Low Cost program, a short telephone intake qualification is required. Once approved, clients will be seen by one of two Master's Level Student Interns from St Mary's University located on-site in one of The Vine's beautiful offices. Please call 210-490-4419 to qualify or click the button below!

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Passion Planner

We are so excited that Passion Planner has chosen The Grace Tree Foundation to provid our team with a supply of Passion Planners. Grace Tree was developed on our first planner years ago, and this is our second year in 2019 they have chosen to support us.

Thank you CEO Angela and Passion Planner!

 

Passion Planner is the one place for all your thoughts. It's more than just a planner—it's a tool that helps you break down your short and long-term goals and incorporate them into your daily life. It has been designed to encourage you to plan for the future, reflect on the past, but most importantly, act on the present. Think of it as a paper life coach — ready 24/7 to challenge you to focus on what is most important, accept your thoughts and ideas without judgment, and prompt you to reflect on your everyday life. We hope that it becomes a place where you can declutter your mind, allowing you to focus on the present moment. Visit their website to see this amazing planner. 

San Antonio State Hospital

The San Antonio State Hospital (SASH) is one of ten state mental health facilities within the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) system. SASH provides intensive inpatient diagnostic, treatment, rehabilitative, and referral services for seriously mentally ill persons from South Texas regardless of their financial status. Admission may be voluntary or involuntary depending on whether the patient is determined by a court to be seriously mentally ill, dangerous to self or others, or if left untreated would deteriorate to the point of becoming dangerous to self or others. SASH attempts to involve the patient's family in the treatment/rehabilitation process to the degree legally and clinically feasible. The hospital's distinctions include the Seidel Learning Center, a partnership with the San Antonio Independent School District.

San Antonio State Hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission. The Joint Commission is an independent, not-for-profit organization, which set standards for, and evaluates health care organizations in accordance with nationally recognized guidelines. The standards include an organizations’ level of performance in key functional areas such as: patient rights, patient treatment, infection control, medical staff and environment of care. To earn and maintain accreditation, an organization must undergo an on-site survey by a Joint Commission survey team at least every three years. SASH was last surveyed in 2016.  Grace Tree volunteers and teaches a trauma sensitive yoga class to such amazing group of dedicated students.  We love to go and be able to bring trauma sensitive yoga, mindfulness and breath to this great group every week.

Haven For Hope

Haven For Hope mission is to offer a place of hope and new beginnings. They do this by providing, coordinating and delivering an efficient system of care for people experiencing homelessness in San Antonio. Grace Tree is grateful to volunteer at Haven For Hope by teaching a specialized trauma sensitive Yoga for 12-Step Recovery class every week. This class marries the sharing segment of a 12 Step program, and follows with a specific yoga for addiction class. We look forward to our wonderful partnership to help those at Haven For Hope heal and lead happy productive lives.Pleas support Haven for Hope anyway you can, they do such amazing work for our homeless community.

Sana Yoga

Sana Yoga's Founder is Linda Natera, RYT 200 hr. Yoga Teacher, Accessible Yoga Teacher.

Sana Yoga offers accessible, inclusive, and compassionate yoga to all underserved regardless of ability or background. Sana Yoga is currently offering services to persons within the community and offer classes throughout the Austin area. The goal  is to provide yoga and mindfulness practices to those who typically have limited access.

Sana Yoga’s purpose is to create inclusive, accessible, and compassionate yoga and mindfulness opportunities within the community. Their Mission is to provide underrepresented communities with access to the benefits of yoga and mindfulness. Their Vision to create a culture of compassion within all communities regardless of ability or background. With the believe that all people deserve equal access to the benefits of holistic health and wellness for self empowerment, community connection, and healthy minds and bodies.

The Grace Tree Foundation

San Antonio, TX United States

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