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The San Antonio Community Resource Directory (SACRD) is a directory of human services including nonprofit organizations, congregations, government agencies, and compassionate groups in and around San Antonio.

Spotlight Programs:

The SACRD Portal to Mental Healthcare Services lists over 1,500 programs that provide mental health services throughout Bexar County.

By answering a few questions, a user can narrow down programs with specialties and attributes matching their specific needs.  Additional filters allow users to look for programs based on language, clients' age range, payment arrangements, etc.

If you are overwhelmed or want to talk to someone about your needs, try one of these resources.

Suicide and Crisis Hotline (open 24x7): 988

NAMI San Antonio Warmline (M-F 9 am - 5 pm CT): (210) 734-3349

NAMI Helpline (M-F 9 am - 9 pm CT): (800) 950-6264

Domestic Violence Hotline: (210) 733-8810

Youth Hotline: (210) 340-8090

Veterans Crisis Line: (800) 273-8255 or text 838255

Trans Lifeline: (877) 565-8860

Trevor Project (LGBTQ): (866) 488-7386


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Updated within the last 5 months.
This program is active until May 11, 2024

Attend a free property tax exemption workshop hosted by the City of San Antonio.

Each session will start with a brief presentation on property tax exemptions followed by a one-on-one workshop.

Bexar County Appraisal District representatives will also be present and answer your individual questions and help you complete your exemption form.

Click here for a calendar of upcoming workshop times and locations.

Can't make a session? Click here for alternatives.

Each homeowner should bring:

  • A Driver’s License or State-Issued ID

If you inherited your home from a family member who has died and their name is still on the property records, bring:

  • A copy of the prior owner’s death certificate
  • A copy of the property’s most recent utility bill
  • If you have one, a citation of any court record relating to your ownership of the property (such as a probated will)

If you receive social security benefits due to disability, bring:

  • Social Security award letter, showing proof of disability

If you are a member of the following groups, additional help may be available. Bring any documents showing you are a:

  • Surviving spouse of a member of the armed services killed in action
  • Surviving spouse of a first responder killed in the line of duty
  • Disabled veteran or their surviving spouse
Updated within the last month

SACRD training sessions are interactive demonstrations of all the features of so you can get the most out of the platform for yourself and those you are assisting.

Each session will cover:

  • Setting the location and proximity searching
  • Finding resources like food and shelter, utility assistance, transportation, child care, medical and dental care, etc by using search keywords or by browsing through the categories
  • What kind of information you can expect in a SACRD listing
  • Looking up specific organizations or programs
  • Searching for and reading listings in Spanish
  • Sharing SACRD listings with others by text, email, print, or QR
  • Using The Mental Health Portal
  • Using the Housing Services Portal
  • Using the Housing Finder
  • Suggesting edits to SACRD listings
  • Recommending new programs for SACRD

April 25, 2024, noon - 1:00 pm - Register

May 30, 2024, 9:00 am - 10:00 am - Register

June 25, 2024, 9:00 am - 10:00 am - Register

July 31, 2024, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm - Register

August 29, 2024, 10:00 am - 11:00 am - Register


Sessions are via Zoom and last about one hour.


Updated within the last 1 month.