Do you need help with Community Resources?

  • Find food assistance, help paying bills, and other free or reduce cost programs, including new programs for the COVID-19 pandemic.


    There are a number of great resources in our city. For additional information and resources please call 211. Download the Community Resource Guide (PDF)


Food & Basic Needs

Job Assistance

  • Goodwill San Antonio
    GED classes, helping finding a job, loans for cars and college, certificate training programs
    (210) 924-8581

    Workforce Solutions
    Job skills and training, help finding jobs for youth ages 14-21
    115 E. Travis, Suite 220, San Antonio TX 78205 
    (210) 272-3260

San Antonio Area Shelter

  • Haven for Hope
    Shelter, job training, education, health services, spiritual services
    1 Haven for Hope Way, San Antonio TX 78207 
    (210) 220-2357

    The Bridge
    Food, clothes, shoes, summer programs
    3103 West Ave, San Antonio TX 78213
    (210) 340-7933

    Strong Foundation
    Single women and families; call for appointment
    414 Hackberry, San Antonio TX 78202 
    (210) 641-4357

    George Gervin Youth Center
    Shelter and transitional housing; pregnant girls ages 13-17; youths ages 18+
    6944 S. Sunbelt Dr., San Antonio TX 78218 
    (210) 568-8800

    Turning Point Transitional Living (Roy Maas)
    Transitional housing for youth 16-21, job training  3103 West Avenue, San Antonio TX 78213 
    (210) 349-3610

    Salvation Army Hope Center
    Single women, single fathers, and families; calls and referrals 24/7
    521 W. Elmira, San Antonio TX 78212 
    (210) 352-2000

    Family Violence Prevention Services, Inc.
    Domestic violence help, shelter for women and children
    7911 Broadway, San Antonio TX 78209 
    (210) 733-8810


Medical & Mental Health

Holiday Assistance Program

  • Holiday Assistance Program

    More San Antonio and Bexar County food pantries can be located by dialing 800-246-9121. Dozens of pantries, non-profits, churches, and other organizations provide free food, canned goods, and meals to the needy. There are also special holiday programs or summer snacks for students during the summer. Or get information on how to apply for public or government assistance such as food stamps.


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