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The church provides free emergency food, clothing, counseling and prayer to those in need, including seniors, the disabled, and low income families with children. Supports all of Bexar County.
Employment placement, job readiness, support services, and personalized case management tailored to help participants become self-sufficient.
- Must be homeless AND unemployed
- Must be at least 16 years of age and authorized to work
- Will need Texas ID and SSN
We provide clothing, shoes, and hygiene items to homeless veterans that are in need. We partner with the shelter for homeless veterans to help those that served our country. No veteran should be homeless after putting their lives on the line for their country.
We offer free financial literacy classes as preventative measures to reduce homelessness in our military population. The classes are designed to teach how money works, how to invest, and how to utilize VA home loans.
Veterans; must show a need and a provide military ID or DD214.
Continuing service with current participants. Mentors are reaching out to check on individual needs during this time.
We are a non-profit, ecumenical ministry designed to Introducing adolescents to Jesus Christ and helping them grow in their faith. We do this by:
- Praying for kids.
- Going where kids are.
- Building personal relationships with them.
- Winning the right to be heard.
- Providing experiences that are fun, adventurous
- Sharing our lives and the Good News of Jesus Christ
- Inviting them to personally respond to the Good News.
- Loving them regardless of their responses.
- Nurturing kids so they might grow in their love for Christ
and the knowledge of God's Word and become people who
can share their faith with others.
- Helping young people develop the skills, assets and
attitudes to reach their full God-given potential.
- Encouraging kids to live connected to the Body of Christ by
being an active member of a local congregation.
- Working with a team of like-minded individuals - volunteer
leaders, committee members, donors and staff.
Thanks to generous donations, the SA Hope Center offers our very own clothing closet. We work hard to be fully stocked with clothing in most sizes for all seasons and occasions. From infant’s clothes to interview outfits, we offer it all.
Use the 4th St basement entrance.
Families and individuals in need of clothing may "shop" at our clothes closet once every 30 days.
Other things such as diapers, hygiene items, and household linens are also offered when available.
All families and individuals are welcome at CAM.
- No appointments needed
- No zip code or demographic restrictions
Required for all services:
- Photo ID (any type)
- Original Social Security Card for all members of the household (If there is an issue, we can offer a agrace period on the first visit.)
The Shelter remains OPEN.
When the shelter is at full capacity we can assist in referring families in need to other resources.
The shelter provides immediate, short-term housing for women and families experiencing homelessness. The objective is to move these individuals and families from crisis to stability with emergency shelter. Rooms come available most days on a first-come, first-served basis.
Women, mothers and children, and intact families. (Couples must show marriage certificate.)
Here’s how Safe Place works:
Step One – A young person enters a Safe Place and asks for help.
Step Two – The site employee finds a comfortable place for the youth to wait while they call the licensed Safe Place agency. For the greater San Antonio area that is Roy Maas Youth Alternatives (RMYA).
Step Three – Within 30 minutes, a RMYA staff member or qualified Safe Place volunteer will arrive to talk with the youth and, if necessary, provide transportation to RMYA's Centro Seguro Drop-In Center.
Step Four – Once at Centro Seguro, counselors meet with the youth and provide support. Agency staff makes sure the youth and their families receive the help and professional services they need.
This program is for youth under the age of 18 in need of immediate help and safety.
A nutritious dinner is served three days a week, followed by a worship service that includes a gospel message and contemporary Christian music.
After a balanced meal, individuals can receive a change of clothes, hygiene products, or special items we may have in stock (like blankets, hats, and gloves in winter months).
Most of our dinner guests, as well as most of our church members, are chronically homeless individuals, but all are welcome.
Career Gear is a non-profit organization that builds strong families and communities by empowering low-income men to overcome barriers and achieve self-sufficiency. We promote the economic independence of low-income men by providing financial literacy training, a network of support, professional attire, career development tools, job-readiness and essential life-skills training that help men enter the workforce, stay employed and become role models and mentors to their families and communities.
Career Gear provides professional clothing, mentoring and life-skills to help men in poverty become stronger contributors to their families and communities..
Career Gear Clothing Boutique has a large selection of sizes and colors. Clients pick out their business outfit with the help of a Direct Service Coordinator.
Low-income men only.
We want you to feel your best while job searching and in the first few weeks of employment. Once you've scheduled an interview, obtain a referral to visit your local Dress for Success boutique. Our volunteers will work with you to help you choose an interview outfit and will also provide guidance and support for the upcoming interview.
Once clients secure a job, they are invited for employment suiting, with additional education in continuity of professional appearance and attitude, and training in economically extending their wardrobes.
Women who are either on or eligible for public assistance and are unemployed, or underemployed, and looking for employment.
Clients are referred from not-for-profit and governmental agencies including homeless shelters, job training programs and domestic violence shelters.
The San Antonio Rescue Mission dormitory houses up to 40 men in bunk beds.
- All bed linens are washed, dried and replaced on each bed every day
- Showers and personal hygiene items are provided
- Meal served after chapel services
- Soiled clothing can be exchanged for clean clothes.
SARM is now open to serve a reduced number of guests. Call us for more information.
The primary purpose of the Mission is to acquaint the homeless and the wanderer with the priceless knowledge of the love and forgiveness of God in and through Jesus Christ. Our secondary purpose is to offer a bath, clean clothes, food and a place of shelter for the night.
The Mission provides a complete change of clothing to our guests as needed. We maintain a large clothing storage area (shown in the photograph) which contains shirts, pants, coats, underwear and socks, and shoes. Our clothing articles are donated to us by both individuals and local churches. We also provide to our guests toiletries including soap, shampoo, toothbrushes and paste. In exchange for clothing, we take soiled men’s clothes and after washing, place these clothes in our clothing storage room for reissue to the men.
Proof of I.D. and no more than 2 bags to bring with you.
The A.R. Nelson Christian Outreach Center, a Ministry of Bethel AME Church, provides food, clothing and limited financial assistance to needy individuals and families in the community.
Food and clothing are distributed on a monthly basis based on family size. Every effort is made to include food items that are healthy and nutritious.
Clients select clothing items from the men’s, women’s and/or children’s sections depending upon their family make-up.
Other assistance is provided as needed in accordance with budgetary restrictions. Prayer and spiritual fellowship are available to all.
Free. Located at the south end of Beasley Brown Community Center
We strive to provide a friendly, cozy day-home and courtyard to anyone in need of a safe haven to rest, enjoy a meal, engage in conversation, garden, do laundry, watch a movie, play a board game, obtain travel size hygiene supplies, receive postal mail, and make/send and receive phone calls or email messages.
We also have free WIFI.
We are not an overnight shelter.
Must be homeless and 50 years or older to receive services other than Coordinated Entry referrals.
Assisting with baby material items every two weeks to eligible clients.
We also provide support during labor and delivery.
- Must be a parent, guardian, adoptive parent, or foster parent of a child ages 0-3 years.
- If your child has a documented disability, we can assist until the child is 10 years old.
- Must present a birth certificate or birth facts, a picture ID, and a foster award letter.
Our goal at Life Restored Church is that everyone who comes through our doors for a meal or a shower, clothes or healing or whatever, will feel loved, respected, and that they matter—because they are.
Due to safety concerns, this program has been temporarily discontinued. Please check back for updates.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul offers tangible assistance to those in need on a person-to-person basis. It is this personalized involvement that makes the work of the Society unique. This aid may take the form of intervention, consultation, or often through direct dollar or in-kind service. An essential precept of the Society's work is to provide help while conscientiously maintaining the confidentiality and dignity of those who are served. The Society recognizes that it must assume, also, a role of advocacy for those who are defenseless or voiceless.
Must reside within parish boundary.
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The Store food pantry available to students, staff and faculty at the Student Advocacy Center.
Resources, depending on availability, include various food and produce items, hygeine products, baby supplies, clothing, and dog or cat food.
Each individual is allowed two visits per month.
Available to all SAC students, faculty, or staff.
- SAC Banner ID
- Intake query by phone
- General Application providing household information done in person.
Call 210-486-1111 to make an appointment.
We serve those in need through worship music, fellowship, ministry and a meal. We also offer clothing, food, and help finding other needed resources.
Take what you need, Give what you can.
- hygiene products
Monetary donations can be made via:
- Venmo @freelittlepantrysa
- Cashapp $freelittlepantrysa
- Or email us or DM us on IG @freelittlepantrysa
We also have a Little Free Library at this location.
Some activities have been suspended. Please call 210-733-9135 to see what programs are active.
All in need of food are welcome.
Veronica's Boutique at Guadalupe Community Center provides free material assistance including diapers, wipes, baby clothes, baby shoes, socks, formula, and baby food.
Parenting education and guidance are also offered in a one-on-one setting with wraparound services like birth doulas, breastfeeding consultation, counseling, and other support offered through case management.
Veronica's Boutique serves expecting mothers and new parents with children under 36 months.
Call for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Every Saturday from 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM we serve a hot meal, hand bags of groceries, offer clothing and toiletries, and haircuts once a month. We have an Outreach Pavilion where people can come in out of the heat or cold and sit at tables and be served. A playground is available for children to play.
Mobile Relief and Shower Trailer provide immediate family and support services through the San Antonio and surrounding 19 counties of the Archdiocese of San Antonio. The Mobile Relief Unit includes a mobile food pantry and USDA-certified kitchen to serve warm, fresh meals. The shower trailer has two bathroom units with sink, toilet, and shower, as well as laundry machines.
Clothing Closet for families in need.
Anyone who is need for clothing.
BTLOP has a clothes closet for clients to select new and slightly worn clothes as needed, free of charge. Since 2018, over 5500 people have been served.
If you would like to donate new or gently used items please email us at: [email protected].
Individuals may call 210-534-3521 to set up an appointment to receive clothes as needed.
Emergency clothing services focus on families and individuals in need with special attention to school children.
This program also includes shoes for children who have a referral from their teacher or school counselor.