About Us - Leadership

Monica Hernandez Sanchez, LCSW-S, ACPS, ICPS, PSS, CCTSA
Chief Executive Officer

Monica Hernandez Sanchez acquired her Bachelor of Social Work and Master of Science in Social Work degrees from The University of Texas-Pan American in 1998 and 2000, respectively. She is serving as Chief Executive Officer, applying her knowledge and experience gained through her work with various social issues since 1999. Monica is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, an Advanced Certified Prevention Specialist, and an Internationally Certified Prevention Specialist. She is also active in the community.

Victor Fraga, CPA
Director of Finance

Victor Fraga acquired his BBA in Accounting in 1987 from the University of Texas-Pan American and obtained his CPA in September 1990. He is the Director of Finance for Behavioral Health Solutions managing the fiscal department having served in this position since May 2012. In previous positions, he has been Chief Financial Officer, Comptroller, and Accountant/Staff Auditor. He enjoys spending time with his family-his wife Carrie, three children, and one grandson; barbequing, outdoor sports, especially football, bike riding, and landscaping.

Blanca E. Martinez, MA, LCDC, PSS
Operations Director

Blanca earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2009 and a Master’s of Arts in Clinical Psychology in 2015 from the University of Texas Pan American. She is credentialed as a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, Peer Specialist Supervisor, and Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern. Blanca previously served 4 years as Director of Clinical Programs with BHS. Her work experience includes the mental health services delivery for adults and youth and a current focus on intervention, treatment, and recovery programs with the substance using population.

Violeta Davila, MA, ACPS
Training and Development Director

Violeta Davila has been employed with Behavioral Health Solutions of South Texas since 2013. She holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and has more than 12 years of experience and involvement in diverse projects in areas such as public health, psychology, education, and business development; she also has more than 10 years of experience with delivering training to behavioral health professionals and community members of diverse backgrounds. Ms. Davila is a certified Youth and Adult Mental Health First Aid and Non-Violent Crisis Prevention Intervention instructor. She enjoys spending time with her family and taking her dog Renji for walks at the park.