San Antonio Community Resource Directory
29.57 miles away, 3103 West Ave, Boerne, TX, 78213 , D1

If you are seeking emergency shelter services for a child between the ages of 5 and 17, please call (210) 273-0813.

For Transitional Living Program services to unsheltered young adults 18-24 years, please call (210) 349-3610. 

The campus at Meadowland includes six residential cabins (four for males/two for females), an educational/ recreational complex, a gymnasium and weight room, the Meadowland Charter School, a computer lab, a library, and the Burdick Community Center. Additionally, the campus has a jogging track, several ball fields, basketball courts, and a swimming pool and pool house.

Children placed at Meadowland frequently come from chaotic, unpredictable environments with inconsistent discipline, care, or supervision. Many have a history of abuse and, as a result, have behavioral and emotional problems, which, without intervention, could lead to criminal activities and other destructive behaviors.

The Meadowland Campus accepts male and female children, ages 6-17, who are neglected, abused, abandoned, involved with the juvenile justice system, in crisis, or otherwise in danger.

Some clinical considerations must be reviewed, along with the "fit" of the child into a particular resident group and the RMYA capacity to work with any special needs the child may have.

RMYA's policy does not discriminate in the manner in which it provides services or in the way in which it screens applicants. At no time will a referral be denied admission to the program based on sex, race, color, national origin, political belief, religion, sexual or gender orientation.

Updated within the last 5 months.