Greater Randolph Area Service Program (GRASP)
San Antonio Community Resource Directory
COVID-19 Notice

GRASP will provide rides for curbside grocery pickup for older adults and individuals with disabilities Mon-Fri, 8am-3:00pm.

AFTER you have scheduled your grocery pick-up time, you may then contact PRESA Transportation Coalition at 210-532-5554 to schedule your pick-up ride.

GRASP will provide help to needy individuals and families improving their quality of life and promoting self-sufficiency.

GRASP serves needy individuals and families
living in these communities and surrounding rural areas:

  • Adkins – 78101
  • China Grove – 78263
  • Cibolo – 78108
  • Converse – 78109
  • Live Oak – 78233
  • Marion – 78124
  • Randolph A .F.B. – 78150
  • Santa Clara – 78124
  • Schertz – 78154
  • Selma – 78154
  • St Hedwig – 78152
  • Universal City – 78148
  • Windcrest – 78239

Residents within the city of San Antonio will
be referred to other agencies and resources.

(210) 658-6351
COVID-19 Notice

GRASP will provide rides for curbside grocery pickup for older adults and individuals with disabilities Mon-Fri, 8am-3:00pm.

AFTER you have scheduled your grocery pick-up time, you may then contact PRESA Transportation Coalition at 210-532-5554 to schedule your pick-up ride.

GRASP offers information, education, and referrals to other areaagencies addressing each of the client needs. GRASP provides financial assistance for rent and utilities to prevent disconnection of utilities or household eviction. GRASP gives persons with a family crisis emergency food and clothing assistance. GRASP helps with pharmacy and other emergency assistance in critical situations. GRASP assists with budgeting and planning household finances to avoid or manage future crises and stressful economic situations when emergencies arise. GRASP offers transportation to seniors and the disabled to attend congregate meals, medical appointments, shopping, social activities and other special trips. GRASP coordinates group activities and programs for seniors at our community center and nutrition site that include congregate noon meals each day. GRASP volunteers deliver daily hot lunches to homebound elderly in the GRASP service area. GRASP connects those in need of other services with area agencies, churches, and organizations through its referral and information program. GRASP offers local youth opportunities for learning and activities at the community center
“GRASP will provide help to needy individuals and families improving their quality of life and promoting self-sufficiency.”
No Fee
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm
Jay Higgison - CEO
(210) 658-6351
(210) 658-3578
COVID-19 Notice

GRASP will provide rides for curbside grocery pickup for older adults and individuals with disabilities Mon-Fri, 8am-3:00pm.

AFTER you have scheduled your grocery pick-up time, you may then contact PRESA Transportation Coalition at 210-532-5554 to schedule your pick-up ride.

GRASP provides the following financial and material assistance to qualifying households: • Help pay rent to stop eviction • Help pay utilities to prevent disconnection • Emergency food • Clothing assistance • Help pay for medication • Other emergency assistance in critical situations GRASP offers information, education, and referrals to other area agencies addressing client needs that are beyond GRASP's scope or ability at the time. GRASP also assists with budgeting and planning household finances to avoid or manage future crises and stressful economic situations.
Mon–Fri, 8am–5pm
(210) 658-6351
COVID-19 Notice

GRASP will provide rides for curbside grocery pickup for older adults and individuals with disabilities Mon-Fri, 8am-3:00pm.

AFTER you have scheduled your grocery pick-up time, you may then contact PRESA Transportation Coalition at 210-532-5554 to schedule your pick-up ride.

The agency will provide transportation to clients over ages 62 or who are disabled recipients of SSI or SSDI. Clients must be able to access the vehicle with little or no assistance, or with wheelchair lifts. Transportation is offered by appointment only, preferably with 48-hour notice. Telephone requests within two (2) business days of the appointment will be subject to availability and prioritization for medical appointments and those who schedule in advance. Clients must complete a client information record prior to transportation. Client data will include name, address, telephone numbers, emergency contacts, release of liability and other pertinent data. Clients may not be transported by agency vehicles (in lieu of EMS) to an emergency room or trauma center seeking emergency medical care. Clients will not be transported following a hospital discharge or invasive medical procedures that required the administration of general anesthesia.
Service area: – Converse 78109 – Live Oak 78239 – Universal City 78148 – Windcrest 78239 – Schertz 78154 – Selma 78154 – Cibolo 78154 – Adjacent areas af unincorporated Bexar County and Guadalupe County
Free to seniors (age 62 and over) and disabled recipients of SSI or SSDI Free Transportation is provided to a caregiver or spouse or other family member who is assisting the elderly or disabled client from pickup to the destination. Cancellation without notice or failure to appear for appointment will be charged a fee if the driver completes the trip to the point of pick-up. Free trips can be awarded to low-income riders to the GRASP Senior Center who apply at the GRASP offices for vouchers considering income, need, and residency.
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-4:00pm
(210) 658-6351
COVID-19 Notice

GRASP will provide rides for curbside grocery pickup for older adults and individuals with disabilities Mon-Fri, 8am-3:00pm.

AFTER you have scheduled your grocery pick-up time, you may then contact PRESA Transportation Coalition at 210-532-5554 to schedule your pick-up ride.

GRASP plans activities and programs for persons who generally are over age 60 to promote socialization, independence and better nutrition to live a longer, healthier and happier lifestyle. GRASP provides hot lunches at 11:30 am, Monday–Friday. Menus and food are professionally prepared according to nutritional guidelines. Home Delivered Meals can be arranged through community partners. Meal registrants are eligible to participate in activities: • Bingo • Dominoes • Card games • Day trips • Group exercise • Music • Computer classes • Dances • Board games and more.
Free to seniors (over age 60). Spouses, disabled children and caregivers are also eligible for the lunch program. Other guests under 60 are requested to pay $5.00 for the meal. Donations from all participants help support the program.
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm
(210) 658-6351
COVID-19 Notice

GRASP will provide rides for curbside grocery pickup for older adults and individuals with disabilities Mon-Fri, 8am-3:00pm.

AFTER you have scheduled your grocery pick-up time, you may then contact PRESA Transportation Coalition at 210-532-5554 to schedule your pick-up ride.

GRASP welcomes individuals and families to volunteer with our agency to help us make a difference in people's lives. We need dependable energetic teens and adults, age 14 and older, at each of our three convenient locations! GRASP THRIFT SHOP 417 East Aviation Universal City, TX 78148 Phone 658-6352 Mon-Sat, 10am-5pm • Pick up donations • Pricing donated goods • Stocking and arranging the store GRASP COMMUNITY CENTER Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm • Deliver meals to homebound seniors • Answer telephone • Computer data entry • Teach computer & craft classes • Lead activities and games • Serve hot noon meals • Van driver for medical appointments • Yard work & building maintenance GRASP FOOD PANTRY Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm • Pick up food bank orders • Stock groceries on shelves • Sort donations • Prepare food baskets for needy families GRASP EMERGENCY COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE • Reception • Filing • Data entry
(210) 658-6351