SACRD.org is hiring a Communications Coordinator.
Read the job description.
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.”