Help Pay for Transit near 78205

Help Pay for Transit near

San Antonio Community Resource Directory
COVID-19 Notice

CAM has decided to keep its doors open to serve those less fortunate in the San Antonio community. Click here for a current list of CAM services and requirements.

Transportation in the form of bus tickets to pre-scheduled medical appointments or job interviews.

A monthly bus pass may be issued for new full time (32+ hours) permanent job.

Appointments must be verifiable.
Employment must be verified by a physical copy of an employment verification letter.

Mon - Thu: 9:00am - 3:30pm Fri: 9:00am - 11:45am
Diane Trujillo - Director of Social Services
(210) 223-6648
COVID-19 Notice

VIA will continue to require all non-exempt passengers age 10 and older to wear a face-covering to board a vehicle or access a VIA facility, where proper social distancing (6 feet apart) may not be possible. (While supplies last, a face covering will be made available on vehicles for customers who do not have one.) VIA operators must also wear a face-covering.

VIA will continue to maintain a “safe capacity” to promote social distancing. All passengers must be seated and exit through the rear door.

VIA will continue to operate its Essential Service Schedule which adjusts bus routes and hours, moving several routes to a “Sunday” schedule and adding frequency to others that continue to see high ridership. For a detailed schedule list, please visit

Click here to plan your trip.

While our community recovers from the social and economic effects of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, VIA Metropolitan Transit is providing safe, reliable transit options to help people get back on their feet, including a new fare assistance program for unemployed customers.

Persons who are unemployed can request VIA’s new Workforce Assistance Pass. The complimentary pass is good for 31 days from activation and is available for any VIA customer who presents a copy of their unemployment benefits statement (dated May 15 or after) and a current photo ID at a VIA ticket window during normal business hours.

The program will continue through December 31, 2020.

The FRC service family members of the incarcerated and individuals formerly incarcerated with: * Assistance with basic needs (food, clothing, transportation, ID cards, etc. * Employment assistance through job readiness, and job referrals. * Regular support group meetings. * Substance recovery classes. * Chaplaincy services. * English as a Second Language (ESL) * Mental health counseling. * Public utilities assistance (when funding is available). * Parenting classes. * Anger management classes. * Art therapy for victims of domestic violence.
Identification Proof of incarceration
Family Renewal Center
(210) 299-4540
COVID-19 Notice

Critical funds are available to help residents who are struggling to pay rent, utilities, internet, groceries, medicine, and fuel.

This program provides housing (rent or mortgage), utility, and internet assistance to qualifying individuals or families during the COVID-19 crisis. In addition, qualifying individuals or families will receive $150-$300 (based on household size) for food and other necessities through the Family Independence Initiative.

Please review the following eligibility and documentation requirements before beginning the application process.

Applicants must meet all of the following criteria:

• Be a current resident of the City of San Antonio;

• Be the primary lease or mortgage holder in a multifamily unit, mobile home, or single-family home within the city limits of San Antonio;

• May only apply for rent, mortgage, and utility assistance related to one primary property;

• Have a household income at or below 100% of the area median income (AMI) as defined by HUD; and

• Provide ID and proof of hardship. Acceptable forms of documentation are listed here.

Apply here

To limit the spread of COVID-19, meetings are by appointment only until further notice.
If you need assistance completing the application, please call (210) 207-5910.
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.


Irene White Send email
(210) 908-9772
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.

It is often the case that someone needs a hand up to escape the cycle of poverty. Matthew 25:35 “For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, a stranger and you welcomed me,” guides the continuum of services we provide at Catholic Charities’ Guadalupe Community Center. The Guadalupe Community Center is dedicated to providing support and advocacy services to individuals and families in need.

One of the oldest community centers in San Antonio, Catholic Charities’ Guadalupe Community Center has been providing social services since 1944. Committed to enhancing the culture, health and quality of life for individuals and families, Guadalupe Community Center provides a multitude of social services free of charge. We pride ourselves on providing wrap around services to the community in the hopes that each individual will ultimately work towards self-sufficiency.

Call for information

Lizzy Nemeth - Executive Director Send email
(210) 226-6178
COVID-19 Notice

COVID-19 Relief Fund is a temporary service of the Antioch Food Bank and Community Outreach Program.

While it is our desire to provide financial assistance to all who apply, it is very likely that the needs of the community will far exceed our resources. Please know all applications will be
reviewed on a first come first serve basis. Any funds awarded will be paid directly to the rental or utility company. In order to assist as many as possible, funds awarded may not be enough to pay the full amount you owe but we hope this will allow you to work out a payment plan.

Please click on the website link below to complete the COVID-19 Relief Fund Application.

(210) 225-2452
COVID-19 Notice

Ride Connect Texas 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.

To promote independence, preserve dignity, and enhance the quality of life of older adults and people with disabilities by coordinating and providing transportation services. Our older adults, people with disabilities, and those who care for them have transportation to resources and services needed to maintain independence, promote healthy aging, and live a good quality life.
60 years of age or older for seniors 50 years of age or older for people with disabilities (prefer caregiver to accompany with our volunteer drivers)
Free with volunteer drivers $4.00 each trip, $8.00 round trip in Mobility Van $8.00 each way with Uber rides through RCT
Monday - Friday 9:00am - 3:00pm
Nicole Hoyt Send email
(210) 558-0007
COVID-19 Notice

During this time, we are providing the remote services listed below.

Providing free:
• groceries and household supplies
• remote mental health services (teletherapy)
• online community
• domestic violence resources and awareness
• continuation of care & referral services

Referrals and special provisions to obtain help for:
• rent relief
• transportation
• phone/internet expenses
• emergency services

Click here for a list of other COVID-19 relief resources.

We introduce women at risk to direct services and support through monthly outreach.
Kayla Moilanen Send email
(210) 201-0066 x: 4
11.18 miles away, 5084 DeZavala, San Antonio, TX, 78249 , D8
COVID-19 Notice

CAM has decided to keep its doors open to serve those less fortunate in the San Antonio community. Click here for a current list of CAM services and requirements.

Transportation in the form of bus tickets to pre-scheduled medical appointments or job interviews. A monthly bus pass may be issued for new full time (32+ hours) permanent job.
Appointments must be verifiable. Employment must be verified by a physical copy of and employment verification letter.
Mon-Thu: 9:00am - 2:00pm
Teresa Martin - Director NW Location
(210) 697-5771

Lutheran Campus Ministry in San Antonio provides weekly home-cooked fellowship dinners to college students. We offer chapel worship service opportunities and opportunities to serve through Taking it to the Streets and Habitat for Humanity.

Office hours at Zion Lutheran Tuesday & Thursday 9am-2pm
(210) 688-3090 Send email
Heather Hanson - Pastor Send email
(210) 317-8509
COVID-19 Notice

No changes in operations.

CCHT-Texas exists to provide awareness, education and victim services through collaboration with individuals and organizations to break the chains of labor and sex trafficking.

We are based out of Sugar Land (outside of Houston), but are a Statewide Organization serving throughout Texas.

Our services are limited to those who have been involved in human trafficking (labor or sex) or at risk.

Cynthia Aulds - Director Send email
(281) 369-4412