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Women’s Wellness Campus Groundbreaking Overview

The Women’s Wellness Campus (WWC) is a collaborative partnership between Crosspoint, Inc. and the UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing to provide women with substance use disorders with recovery services and supportive housing. Clients will include pregnant, and parenting women and their infant children, justice system-involved women, homeless Veterans, and women discharged from behavioral health hospitals needing step-down services. The WWC will allow for some 130+ Mom’s to recover with their babies in a safe, nurturing, and healing environment. Primary services will include recovery, behavioral health, and pediatric primary care.

The Women’s Wellness Campus will contain the following:

a. A 10,200 square foot Casa Mia Residence with a 40-bed capacity (for moms and babies)

b. A 7,500 square foot Integrative Wellness Center with a primary care clinic, a specialty nursery with 24-hour nursing care, and a behavioral health unit.

c. A 1,600 square foot Administration building with a large group room open for use by community groups.

The Campus construction costs include $420,000 for property acquisition and $9.2 million to construct seven buildings totaling 43,200 sq. ft., and furnishings and equipment expenses.


Timeline Phase I: Jan. 2023 – Dec. 2023

To include Casa Mia, Integrative Wellness Center with Specialty Nursery and Residences- 40-bed capacity

The Integrative Wellness Clinic will include a 24/7 state-of-the art nursery and primary care / child wellness clinic and 20- Mom and Child “bonding pods”

Casa Mia, a Crosspoint and SON collaboration, will move to the WWC and double its capacity to serve 40 women and children. All services will help to impact inherited, intergenerational trauma.



Timeline Phase II: Jan. 2024 – Dec. 2024

Will include Residents Dining Room/Kitchen; Childcare/Daycare Facility; Administration Offices

Help us Empower more Families and Moms like Tiffany to Rise from Trauma

“The WWC is intended to be a national model for family restoration by keeping moms and babies together during recovery. Since we launched Casa Mia just over four years ago, we are now leading the charge for other Texas Counties to launch a similar model in Nueces and Tarrant Counties.”

Kevin Downey, PhD 
Crosspoint Vice President of Strategy