Lowry Mays remembered for steadfast support of cancer patients

September 13, 2022

Lowry Mays, who died Monday (Sept. 12, 2022), and his late wife, Peggy, were longtime supporters of the Mays Cancer Center, which is San Antonio’s only National Cancer Institute-Designated Cancer Center and one of four in Texas.




Contribute today! SECC ends Oct. 7

September 6, 2022

Without you, our State Employee Charitable Campaigns would not be successful and our community would go without many of the resources it needs.




San Antonio Combat PTSD Conference is back in person for 2022

September 2, 2022

The 7th annual San Antonio Combat PTSD Conference, presented by the STRONG STAR Consortium and UT Health San Antonio, will resume an in-person format Oct. 26-27, 2022, at the Briscoe Western Art Museum along the San Antonio River Walk. Focal areas include resiliency enhancement, suicide prevention, research outcomes with next-generation PTSD treatments, advancing treatment of co-occurring conditions and implementation of evidence-based treatments in clinical settings.

Illustration of 2022 PTSD Conference



School of Nursing pioneers harm reduction in Bexar County

September 1, 2022

Loading her car full of medical supplies, flyers and Narcan, School of Nursing student Brieanna Flowers-Joseph, MSN, APRN, CPNP, works with the Street Medicine and Nursing teams to meet individuals where they are: under bridges, at pop-up tents along Zarzamora Street or in homeless encampments in downtown San Antonio.

dirty rectangular flat sheet of cardboard plackard with words please help, isolated on white background