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United Way

Dialing 2-1-1 is a starting point for making a connection to community services such as:

  • Food/Clothing

  • Shelter

  • Employment

  • Disaster Preparedness/Relief

St. Vincent de Paul

SVdP offers a comprehensive list of community resources including: food assistance, housing, employment and more.

THRU Project has compiled the following list of resources, phone numbers, and links to the best of our ability. We will continue to update this list as we locate new services who can assist you in this time of need.

Please consider taking 5 minutes of your time to complete this survey, which will help us determine where the greatest needs exist so we can help our youth!

San Antonio Community Resource Directory

Directory of resources offered by congregations, nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and compassionate groups in and around San Antonio

Agape Ministry

Food

Clothing

Furniture

Financial

Diaper Bank

Helps provide diapers and other necessities

Hope Center –Alamo Heights Methodist Church 

Utility & Rent Assistance 

Food Pantry: Mon–Wed 9:00-12:00

Bexar County Department of Community Investment

Utility Assistance: 210-335-3666

Rent Assistance: (210) 207-7830

Energy Crisis Program 

Co-pay Program 

Bexar Utility Relief Program 

Emergency Nutrition

Ella Austin Community Center 

Food assistance

  • Food Pantry hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Utility assistance: Can assist with SAWS/CPS Programs

Salvation Army 

Basic needs

Housing, Rent Assistance 

Alamo Colleges

If you are an Alamo Colleges Student, find help through Emergency Student Aid for groceries, rent, utilities, healthcare expenses & childcare.  

Catholic Charities

Food Pantry

Emergency Financial Assistance: 

One-time emergency financial assistance is available to prevent homelessness and utility disconnection for income-eligible individuals and families.

 

*Eviction notice and/or utility disconnection notice required.*

The STEPS Online Guide to Affordable Housing

From public housing & subsidizing living to rent help and other assistance, get expert
advice and find the resources you need to secure an affordable home.

FREE Medical Front Office Training

Starting on April 13, 2020. The program will be offered on-line and applicants should have access to internet and must have a computer/laptop to access their courses.

Contact:

Jaclyn Sanchez at 210-485-0072

St. Vincent de Paul 

Family and Community Assistance Program: Limited financial assistance is provided for expenses such as utility bills, rent, funeral arrangements, and medication. Call 210-220-2340

Food Assistance: Call 210-225-7837

City of San Antonio Community Action Programs 

REAP (CPS Utility Assistance)

SAWS Uplift (Help paying water bills)

Rent assistance

Prescription assistance

SAMM Shelter

Assistance applying for state benefits

View all centers locations

Christian Assistance Ministries (CAM) 

Food

Clothing, and toiletries

Utility and Rental Assistance

Financial assistance

ID Recovery

Mail Services 

Greater Randolph Area Programs 

Utilities, food & clothing in zip codes 78154, 78124, 78233, 78109 

United Way

Find Help: food, health, housing, and more, access the online 2-1-1/United Way Helpline 

TAMU- San Antonio

If you are a TAMU-SA student, find help through Emergency Student Aid for groceries, rent, utilities, healthcare expenses, and childcare. 

University of Texas- San Antonio

If you are a UTSA student, find help through Emergency Student Aid for groceries, rent, utilities, healthcare expenses, and childcare. 

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San Antonio, Texas 78209

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