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San Antonio Community Resource Directory
COVID-19 Notice

This hotline was created to help meet the needs of people in the greater San Antonio area who are experiencing street homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic.

No in-person services are offered at this location.

(210) 207-1799
COVID-19 Notice

The Kingdom Restoration Lab is closed until further notice.

Members of our congregation and ministry partners such as the SA Hope Center (formerly the Christian Hope Resource Center, or CHRC), Christian Assistance Ministries (CAM), Any Woman Can, and others provide opportunities toward holistic transformation for neighbors who are struggling. Mentors from SA Hope Center are available to meet with guests to develop a long-term proactive plan to become more self-sufficient. Any Woman Can supports women in their decisions through a variety of confidential services including: • Medically accurate information • Counseling Opportunities • Fellowship • Pregnancy Services • STD Testing
Free
Mon, 1:00– 5:00pm (SA Hope Center services only) Tue, 9:00am–5:00pm (Any Woman Can and SA Hope Center services) Wed, 9:00am–3:00pm (Any Woman Can and SA Hope Center services) Thur, 1:00–5:00pm (SA Hope Center services only) Fri, 9:00am–12:00pm (SA Hope Center services only) (Use the 4th St basement entrance.)
Lindsay Selli - Missions and Mobilization Associate Send email
(210) 271-2758
COVID-19 Notice

The physical hub is CLOSED FOR ASSESSMENTS until further notice.

Call-in assessment hrs: Mon only, 9:00–10:45am (210) 840-6437

*Assessments are conducted by the Endeavors team.

Coordinated assessment--also known as coordinated entry or coordinated intake--paves the way for more efficient homeless assistance systems by: • Helping people move through the system faster (by reducing the amount of time people spend moving from program to program before finding the right match); • Reducing new entries into homelessness (by consistently offering prevention and diversion resources upfront, reducing the number of people entering the system unnecessarily); and • Improving data collection and quality and providing accurate information on what kind of assistance consumers need. San Antonio /Bexar County’s coordinated entry system began in June 2016. Currently 7 coordinated assessment hubs are located throughout San Antonio/Bexar County.
Assessment Hours: Thursdays only, 9:00 am–1:00 pm
COVID-19 Notice

We are still taking in veterans. Intake is currently being done at these locations and times:

  • 611 N Flores; Mon-Thu, 8:30 am-5:00 pm and Fri, 8:30 am-4:30 pm
  • 206 San Pedro Ave; Mon-Thu, 8:30 am-5:00 pm and Fri, 8:30 am-4:30 pm 

All American GI Forum sites are using increased protective measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

SSVF, funded through the Department of Veteran Affairs, is a program designed to assist very low-income veteran families in obtaining permanent housing. NVOP operates SSVF programs in both San Antonio and El Paso. Under the program, participants receive client-centered case management, individualized housing stability counseling, assistance with obtaining public benefits, referrals to community agencies, and other support services as needed.
Eligible clients include: • Veteran families currently homeless staying in their cars, parks, abandoned buildings, airports, camping grounds, etc. • Currently living in their home but at risk of eviction • Veteran families currently homeless staying in a shelter, transitional housing, hotel, or motel. • Veteran families who are currently homeless, but scheduled to move into permanent housing within 90 days
Thomas Shaw - Director of SSVF Send email
(210) 233-8505
COVID-19 Notice

SAHA has suspended all in-person interaction with clients and temporarily suspending new admissions/referrals until further notice. Some online services are still available. Check saha.org/coronavirus/ for more information.

SAHA’s mission is to provide quality affordable housing that is well integrated into the fabric of neighborhoods and serves as a foundation to improve lives and advance resident independence. The Assisted Housing Programs include the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program, also known as the Section 8 program, and the Special Programs which target specific groups such as homeless persons or persons with disabilities. The HCV Program provides eligible low-income individuals and families with the ability to afford decent, safe and sanitary housing in the private market. Participants are free to choose housing from single-family homes, townhouses and apartments, as long as the units meet the requirements of the program. This freedom of choice offers participants a chance for a better quality of life by providing them with access to better job opportunities, schools, transportation and other services. The HCV Program administers 13,417 rental vouchers. The HCV Program sets aside a determined number of vouchers for targeted groups such as the homeless, homeless veterans, and for persons with disabilities.
(210) 477-6000
COVID-19 Notice

SAHA has suspended all in-person interaction with clients and temporarily suspending new admissions/referrals until further notice. Some online services are still available. Check saha.org/coronavirus/ for more information.

The HUD-Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) program for homeless veterans combines Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) rental assistance with case management and clinical services provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) at VA medical centers and community-based outreach clinics. Homeless veterans are screened by the VA and then referred to SAHA.
This program serves homeless veterans.
Ramón Garcia
(210) 616-9915
COVID-19 Notice

SAHA has suspended all in-person interaction with clients and temporarily suspending new admissions/referrals until further notice. Some online services are still available. Check saha.org/coronavirus/ for more information.

The Set Aside Homeless Voucher Program (SHVP) provides rental voucher assistance to homeless individuals through a collaborative referral process. The San Antonio Metropolitan Ministries (SAMM) and the Center for Health Care Services (CHCS) screen applicants to ensure they meet all eligibility criteria and then forward a referral packet to SAHA. Case Management and Supportive Services are provided by CHCS and SAMMs. Individuals interested in the program can contact Cecil King and Allan Cross at the Center for Health Care Services, (210) 220-2561, or Jessica Elizondo at San Antonio Metropolitan Ministries (SAMM), (210) 979-6188.
This program is for homeless individuals.
COVID-19 Notice

Our clinics will be operating under normal business hours while we increase cleanings and screenings within our facilities.

• Phone and in-person screenings have been implemented to check for COVID-19 symptoms before consumer visits.
• Telehealth, tele-med, and telephone services for consumers have been implemented in order to reduce the flow of patients in our clinics.
• Social Distancing is being utilized for clients that we need to see in their homes.
• Temperature check screenings are in place at Frio, PEC, NW/Legacy Oaks, Drexel, Bandera, and Palo Alto. All of our consumers, vendors and those making deliveries will have their temperature checked before they are allowed into our clinics. As an extra precaution, we will be checking the temperatures of our staff later this week.
• Outpatient clinics and 24 hour facilities are deep cleaned and disinfected regularly.

ACCESS provides individualized comprehensive services to address the special needs of individuals with mental health stipulations who are on probation/parole. Helps with: • Mental health treatment • Housing • Employment • Connection to support resources
(210) 261-1200

Social Services provided by AARC include:

  • Case Management: Medical and Non-medical case management help individuals living with HIV/AIDS become self–sufficient and virally suppressed. Case managers utilize assessments, care coordination, advocacy for options and services to meet client’s comprehensive health needs.
    • Referrals to community resources
    • Medication and medical adherence
    • Linkage to medical care
    • Assist with obtaining HIV medication
    • Assist with applications for medical benefits
    • Client-centered services
  • Health Insurance: The Health Insurance Premium–Aids Pharmaceutical Assistance (HIPCSA) program is intended to help HIV positive individuals continue medical care without gaps in health insurance coverage or disruption of treatment. This includes premium payments, office visit/lab co-payments, deductibles and medication co-pays. Funds are NOT available for co-payments associated with hospitalization and/or emergency room care.
  • Housing Services: Alamo Area Resource Center maintains an affordable housing data base and provides housing referral and placement services. AARC also provides HOPWA Short Term Rental, Mortgage, Utility assistance (STRMU), Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) and housing case management for those who qualify.
  • Patient Navigation: Patient navigation is a process by which an individual—a patient navigator—guides patients with HIV through and around barriers in the complex care system to help ensure timely diagnosis and treatment.
  • Outreach Services: Outreach Services is the identification of people with unknown HIV disease, as well as those who know their status but are out-of-care. For help receiving or returning to care contact 210-204-5964.
  • Thrive Early Intervention: Assists individuals recently diagnosed with HIV or those with HIV who have not yet established a regimen of regular medical care.
  • Transportation: AARC transportation offers a shared-ride service for consumers that because of their disability are unable to access the public transit system. The purpose is to transport our clients to and from their medical appointments. If an AARC shuttle van is not available, we may transport you in a contracted vehicle, such as a taxi. Hours and direct line: Mon-Fri: 8am–4:30pm; 210-625-7222
  • Support Groups: Alamo Area Resource Center (AARC) offers and provides space for a variety of different types of discussion, harm reduction, therapy, support and Healthy Relationship groups. Some are presented by AARC, while others are peer-led, organized, and presented by groups or entities not affiliated with AARC. Groups are free to attend and RSVP is not necessary unless stated otherwise. For information about each group and/or to learn about attendance guidelines, restrictions or requirements, contact our Behavioral Health Department at 210-591-0216

During your first visit with us, you will be meeting with our Intake Specialist who will collect all the eligibility documents as well as our agency documents in order to be eligible for services. You can expect to spend about 30-50 minutes with the Intake Specialist.

Be prepared to bring:

  • Proof of positivity
  • Proof of income
  • Proof of residency
  • Picture I.D
COVID-19 Notice

The Shelter remains open during the crisis but 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.)
No Fee
Open 24 Hours
(210) 352-2046
SAMMinistries' Rapid Re-Housing Program serves individuals and families who meet HUD criteria as "literally homeless" and who are referred by the community's Coordinated Entry system. The Rapid Re-Housing Program assists individuals and families in locating housing, paying rent for periods between 6 months and 18 months. Length of assistance provided depends upon household need and specific Rapid Re-Housing Program within SAMMinistries by which the household is served. Individuals and families served receive case management services throughout program enrollment, linkage to needed support services, assistance with paying rental and/or utility deposits and apartment application fees, and clients have access to SAMMinistries' Education Program, as well as to legal advocacy offered through SAMMinistries for individuals or families qualifying as victims of domestic violence or other crime. Individuals and families are housed in apartments they select. Apartment must meet HUD habitability standards and must be within Fair Market Rent/rent reasonableness guidelines based upon household size.
Must be referred by the community's Coordinated Entry system. Individual or family must be "literally homeless" by HUD definition (living in emergency shelter, on the street, or in a place not meant for habitation)
Mon-Fri: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Rex Brien - Director of Rapid Re-Housing and Prevention Services Send email
(210) 321-5680
COVID-19 Notice

Closed until further notice.

Coordinated assessment--also known as coordinated entry or coordinated intake--paves the way for more efficient homeless assistance systems by: • Helping people move through the system faster (by reducing the amount of time people spend moving from program to program before finding the right match); • Reducing new entries into homelessness (by consistently offering prevention and diversion resources upfront, reducing the number of people entering the system unnecessarily); and • Improving data collection and quality and providing accurate information on what kind of assistance consumers need. San Antonio /Bexar County’s coordinated entry system began in June 2016. Currently 6 coordinated assessment hubs are located throughout San Antonio/Bexar County.
Thu: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
1.1 miles away, 626 Nolan, San Antonio, TX, 78202 , D2
COVID-19 Notice

Services are currently limited to call-in assessment. Monday only, 9:00 am – 10:45 am 

Or call the Homeless Connections Hotline at any time.

Coordinated assessment--also known as coordinated entry or coordinated intake--paves the way for more efficient homeless assistance systems by:
• Helping people move through the system faster (by reducing the amount of time people spend moving from program to program before finding the right match);
• Reducing new entries into homelessness (by consistently offering prevention and diversion resources upfront, reducing the number of people entering the system unnecessarily); and
• Improving data collection and quality and providing accurate information on what kind of assistance consumers need.

San Antonio /Bexar County’s coordinated entry system began in June 2016. Currently 7 coordinated assessment hubs are located throughout San Antonio/Bexar County.

Catholic Worker House Coordinated Entry Hub
(210) 840-6437
Homeless Connections Hotline
(210) 207-1799
COVID-19 Notice

Our clinics will be operating under normal business hours while we increase cleanings and screenings within our facilities.

• Phone and in-person screenings have been implemented to check for COVID-19 symptoms before consumer visits.
• Telehealth, tele-med, and telephone services for consumers have been implemented in order to reduce the flow of patients in our clinics.
• Social Distancing is being utilized for clients that we need to see in their homes.
• Temperature check screenings are in place at Frio, PEC, NW/Legacy Oaks, Drexel, Bandera, and Palo Alto. All of our consumers, vendors and those making deliveries will have their temperature checked before they are allowed into our clinics. As an extra precaution, we will be checking the temperatures of our staff later this week.
• Outpatient clinics and 24 hour facilities are deep cleaned and disinfected regularly.

PATH is the outreach team that finds people experiencing homelessness who are currently living under bridges, in the streets, and in tent cities. PATH workers can connect you to mental health services, shelter and housing programs. People with priority diagnoses are referred to The Center; other non-priority diagnoses are referred to other community agencies.
(210) 261-1700
COVID-19 Notice

Our clinics will be operating under normal business hours while we increase cleanings and screenings within our facilities.

• Phone and in-person screenings have been implemented to check for COVID-19 symptoms before consumer visits.
• Telehealth, tele-med, and telephone services for consumers have been implemented in order to reduce the flow of patients in our clinics.
• Social Distancing is being utilized for clients that we need to see in their homes.
• Temperature check screenings are in place at Frio, PEC, NW/Legacy Oaks, Drexel, Bandera, and Palo Alto. All of our consumers, vendors and those making deliveries will have their temperature checked before they are allowed into our clinics. As an extra precaution, we will be checking the temperatures of our staff later this week.
• Outpatient clinics and 24 hour facilities are deep cleaned and disinfected regularly.

Shelter Plus Care focuses on people with mental illness and families who experience homelessness, helping them get into permanent housing more quickly. The Center provides mental health treatment, psychosocial rehabilitation, case management and skills training. Qualified participants will receive a Section 8 Certificate through the San Antonio Housing Authority (SAHA).
(210) 261-1456
COVID-19 Notice

Closed until further notice

Coordinated assessment--also known as coordinated entry or coordinated intake--paves the way for more efficient homeless assistance systems by: • Helping people move through the system faster (by reducing the amount of time people spend moving from program to program before finding the right match); • Reducing new entries into homelessness (by consistently offering prevention and diversion resources upfront, reducing the number of people entering the system unnecessarily); and • Improving data collection and quality and providing accurate information on what kind of assistance consumers need. San Antonio /Bexar County’s coordinated entry system began in June 2016. Currently 7 coordinated assessment hubs are located throughout San Antonio/Bexar County.
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-3:00pm
COVID-19 Notice

SAHA has suspended all in-person interaction with clients and temporarily suspending new admissions/referrals until further notice. Some online services are still available. Check saha.org/coronavirus/ for more information.

The Homeless Services Voucher (HSV) program provides rental voucher assistance to homeless individuals through collaboration among different organizations. After Haven for Hope refers applicants to the City of San Antonio, the City screens applicants to ensure they meet all criteria and forward the application packets to SAHA. Upon selection from the waiting list, the applicant is notified by SAHA to schedule an eligibility appointment. Case Management and Supportive Services are provided by Haven for Hope. Individuals interested in the program should contact a Haven for Hope Intake Representative at (210) 220-2357.
This program serves homeless individuals and families.
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-3:00pm (Office closed every 2nd and 4th Thursday from 8:00am-9:30am.)
(210) 220-2357
Are you using the Section 8 / Housing Choice Voucher Program? Are you having a hard time finding a home? We can connect you to a real estate agent that will help at no cost To get started, complete the contact form on our website at http://mycityismyhome.com/renters/
Rich Acosta - President Send email
(210) 802-9982
COVID-19 Notice

We continue to provide this service.

In partnership with The Bexar County Health Collaborative, we work with community families to identify and address their needs. By asking a series of questions, we can quickly assess a person's needs and search community resources and programs to address those needs. We track the progress of each referral, which allows us to further support the needs of our community.
Sign up by calling or sending an email with contact information.
Free
Irene White Send email
(210) 908-9772
Cross Timber Homes builds high quality single-family homes for San Antonio’s hard working first time home buyers. We are a mission-driven organization dedicated to making homeownership possible for everyone. Our homebuyer requirements enable us to offer our high quality homes at an exceptional price.
1. Clients must be first-time homebuyers. 2. Clients' income must be under 120% the Area Median Income (AMI) as defined by HUD.
Mon-Fri, 8:30am-4:30pm All other hours available by appointment only.
Katelyn Underbrink - Program Associate Send email
(210) 568-1764
1.43 miles away, 311 Probandt, San Antonio, TX, 78204 , D1
Habitat for Humanity of San Antonio is an ecumenical Christian non-profit housing organization working in partnership with God’s people in need to build modest, decent and affordable houses without interest or profit, thereby witnessing God’s love in action. Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity of San Antonio brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
We work with families whose total income is between 20% – 70% of the area median income. Families are accepted to the Habitat program based on their need, ability to pay a zero percent interest mortgage, and their willingness to partner. Applicants must be residents of Bexar County. Once accepted, homeowners are eligible to buy a home from Habitat with a 20 – 25 year zero percent interest mortgage. Families spend a minimum of 300 hours investing in “sweat equity”. Where they support and help build their own home and the homes of their neighbors. Monthly payments average $600 (including taxes and insurance). In our 40-year history we have less than a 1.5% foreclosure rate.
Families partner with us and contribute a minimum of 300 hours of sweat equity, 15-20 hours of Home Owner Readiness classes and pay a minimal down payment on their mortgage. Mortgage payments are around $600 a month and include taxes and insurance.
M-F: 8am-5pm
Trisch Moy - Faith Relations Associate Send email
(210) 223-5203
COVID-19 Notice

To protect our employees, our participants, and continue services the Housing Authority of Bexar County (HABC) has made the following operational changes:
• Closure of the HABC Lobby
• No in-person meetings
• Residents will hear from their assigned case worker by appointment using phone or email
• Property managers are taking extra care with our elderly population checking daily to assure they have sufficient supplies and that any health-related needs are being addressed

Questions from participants can be directed to their assigned caseworker or anyone can call the main number at 210-225-0071. For updates, phone our hotline (210-231-2043) or visit our website at www.habctx.org/about.us/coronavirus.

The HUD-Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) program for homeless veterans combines Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) rental assistance with case management and clinical services provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) at VA medical centers and community-based outreach clinics. Homeless veterans are screened by the VA and then referred to HABC.
Homeless veterans only
(210) 225-0071
COVID-19 Notice

If you need assistance during this crisis, contact (210) 226-6178 to be screened to receive basic needs through St. Stephen’s CARE Center, and Guadalupe Community Center. Both centers remain open during normal business hours to provide food, clothing, and other self-sufficiency services to those who need us most.

Case managers are provided to empower refugees to better acculturate and integrate into the local community and American Lifestyle. Services provided: assistance with housing, Food Stamp applications, Medicaid renewals, transportation, interpretations services, school registration and instructional orientations to teach self-sufficiency.
This program is for REFUGEES ONLY.
Juliana Horn Send email
(210) 222-1294
San Antonio Alternative Housing Corporation (SAAHC) provides decent rental and ownership housing that is affordable to low- and moderate-income households.
Household income must not exceed 50%, 60% or 80% of the area median income (AMI).
No charge for the visit
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm or by appointment
Restore Education’s college readiness program bridges this gap by putting college preparation in reach for students across Bexar County. With our help, students are less likely to end up in remedial courses and more likely to persist in college.
Go at your own pace. Create your own schedule with our evening & weekend hours. Take your exams when you are ready
You can enroll for free. Thanks to generous donors, our program is completely free for students.
Mon-Thu, 9:00am–8:00pm Fri, 9:00–12:00pm Sat,10:00am–3:00pm Sunday, closed
Kelli Phodes - Director
(210) 432-6123
COVID-19 Notice

Due to health and safety concerns, our in-person services are temporarily suspended. At this time, we are providing

• One-to-one tutoring online or children 5-22 who have disabilities. Small stipend accepted

• One-to-one money management, conflict resolution, interview prep,

• Providing communication to serve as an outlet for the challenges of now being a shut-in.

RTS also has resources in the community for family’s needs. Call or text 210-844-5988 anytime.

As a teen, transitioning from home to living on your own is tough enough. It's especially hard if you have a disability. I assist young adults with learning the skills that they need to successfully live on their own, hold a job and integrate into the community. All services are delivered at the client's location.
Text Only
Mon-Sat,9:00am-4:00pm
Raeme Bosquez-Greer Send email
(210) 844-5988
The Financial and Housing Recovery Center is part of the Recovery and Resiliency Plan for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The plan includes a section on community resilience, which ensures that households and businesses affected by COVID-19 have the resources and tools to become financially resilient and better prepared to withstand future economic challenges. Financial Benefits Navigation Through Financial Benefits Navigation we work with federal, state, and local benefits providers and with community partners, to include referral services such as unemployment, TANF, CHIP, housing authority waitlist registration, utility assistance, rent/mortgage assistance, etc. Financial Counseling Financial Counselors through the Financial and Housing Recovery Center, assist residents with budgeting, debt management, credit report education, and linking to positive products through Bank On San Antonio, etc.
Currently, all appointments are virtual via email and phone. To schedule an appointment, please call the number below or copy and paste this link into your web browser: https://www.sanantoniofec.org/Make-An-Appointment/Willie-Velasquez-Appointment
(210) 207-5910
COVID-19 Notice

Our clinics will be operating under normal business hours while we increase cleanings and screenings within our facilities.

• Phone and in-person screenings have been implemented to check for COVID-19 symptoms before consumer visits.
• Telehealth, tele-med, and telephone services for consumers have been implemented in order to reduce the flow of patients in our clinics.
• Social Distancing is being utilized for clients that we need to see in their homes.
• Temperature check screenings are in place at Frio, PEC, NW/Legacy Oaks, Drexel, Bandera, and Palo Alto. All of our consumers, vendors and those making deliveries will have their temperature checked before they are allowed into our clinics. As an extra precaution, we will be checking the temperatures of our staff later this week.
• Outpatient clinics and 24 hour facilities are deep cleaned and disinfected regularly.

Money Follows the Person (MFP) assists people discharged from care facilities who may need help transitioning to independence and life in the community. The MFP team helps with housing, coordination of Medicaid and STAR+PLUS services for support during discharge and transition, and provides connections to community resources. A team member continues to provide support after transition to the community and helps coordinate nursing or other assistance as needed.
(210) 261-1308
Are you ready to leave the past behind and start over? For those who want to start a new life––a better life––Changin' Lives is here to offer resources, to listen, and to let you know that you are not alone. We work through your challenges to help you reach your goals. We want to help you become a self-sufficient, successful, productive citizen of our community by connecting you with felony-friendly employers, affordable housing resources, medical and social services referrals, mentoring, and one-on-one client case management.
Free
By appointment only. Please call during business hours (Tue-Thu, 9:00am-3:00pm) to schedule an appointment.
Dolores (Bianca) Castoreno - CEO
(210) 797-4343