San Vicente Family Health Center @ Opportunity Center

Mission

Centro San Vicente provides community-based primary care health services with particular concern for the poor and needy in the El Paso area. With a coordinated and holistic approach in caring for body, mind, and spirit, we offer affordable health care, social service, and health education programs in collaboration with other health, social service, and educational agencies.

Creating an atmosphere of respect, kindness and simplicity, and encouraging individuals to become responsible for their health and well-being, Centro San Vicente is an advocate for social justice and a voice for the cause of improving the health of the medically underserved.


Primary Care Services

Outpatient care services include medical treatment of illness and disease as well as preventive care.  Our Board Certified Physicians and Certified Nurse Practitioners provide high quality care for all ages. 

  • Adult Medicine
  • Family Medicine
  • Internal Medicine
  • Pediatrics
  • Obstetrics and Gynecological Services
  • Prenatal Care
  • Immunizations
  • Insulin Teaching on a one-on-one basis

Behavioral Health

We receive generous funding support through the United Way of El Paso County, the Health Services and Resources Administration and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Services are provided by a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, Licensed Professional Counselor, and Master's level licensed Social Workers who provide diagnosis, consulting, and psychotherapy.

Services include direct diagnosis, treatment, referral, and follow up to patients age 12 and over, as well as families.  Our mental health providers consult regularly with the patient's Primary Care Provider to coordinate care.  The approach selected is the one that best matches the needs of the individual client.

The immediate family of patients is actively involved in treatment planning and therapy; this is always the case when the patient is a child.  Our collaborative approach to treatment empowers patients, parents, and their families by educating them about what questions to ask of a physician or psychotherapist.

San Vicente provides the following services:

  • Free screenings for Depression, Anxiety, alcohol and drug dependency
  • Individual Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Case management
  • Referrals to mainstream community resources such as food stamps, social security, housing, employment, etc.
  • Referrals for psychiatric services
  • Referrals to emergency shelters
  • Healthcare referrals
  • Referral to Specialized Alcohol and Drug Treatment

For more information about our behavioral health services, call (915) 859-7545 ext. 1248.