San Antonio Week in Photos, July 18-24

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San Antonio Report photographers chronicle San Antonio and its people. Each week, we share our most meaningful images as a visual record of San Antonio’s ever-changing landscape.

After 95 years, St. Gerard Catholic High School has closed.  The Catholic Schools Department of the Archdiocese of San Antonio cites low enrollment and financial issues as reasons for the closure.
After 95 years, St. Gerard Catholic High School has closed. The Catholic Schools Department of the Archdiocese of San Antonio cited low enrollment and financial issues as reasons for the closure. Credit: Nick Wagner/San Antonio Report
San Antonio River Authority Watershed Monitoring Supervisor Chris Vaughn tests water quality near Joske's Lodge in Brackenridge Park.
San Antonio River Authority Watershed Monitoring Supervisor Chris Vaughn tests the water near Joske’s Lodge in Brackenridge Park. Credit: Lindsey Carnett/San Antonio Report
In the United States, anyone dealing with mental health or addiction issues can now call 988, a new crisis hotline that will connect callers with professionals.  Bexar County does not have a crisis center so callers here are directed to resources statewide.
Bexar County residents seeking local support when calling the National 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline will primarily be directed to the Center for Health Care Services, the local mental health authority for Bexar County. . Credit: Scott Ball/San Antonio Report
Niyell Ascencio, MA, LPC - Associate joined the team at Betty's Co. last fall and offers virtual, bilingual counseling sessions to help patients navigate their mental and sexual health.
Where I Work series contributor Niyell Ascencio joined the team at Betty’s Co. last fall and offers virtual, bilingual counseling sessions to help patients navigate their mental and sexual health. Credit: Bria Woods/San Antonio Report

Tagged: 988, ana sandoval, Mental Health, migratory birds roosting in Brackenridge Park, St. Gerard Catholic Secondary School, type:function, wc less than 500

Bria Woods, San Antonio Report Contributor

Bria Woods, Next Generation member of the Raba Family Foundation – multimedia journalist at SA Report. Bria holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from Trinity University and a master’s degree in multimedia… More by Bria Woods


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