COMMUNITY RESOURCES

HOUSING & RENTAL ASSISTANCE
Community Resources Guide

Guia de Servicios Comunitarios


GOVERNMENT/STATE/CITY 
City of San Antonio  
San Antonio Dev. Agency
State and Local Government 
Healthcare
Cuidado de Salud
U.S. Dept. of HUD
U.S. House
U.S. Senate
White House 


HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
Healthcare
Cuidado de Salud
QuitDay
American Cancer Society

CHILD CARE SERVICES

Child Care Delivery Services
Parent Child Incorporated
AVANCE

EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE
BEEHIVE General Information
Academy of Nurses Assistant 
City of SA Literacy Centers
Alamo Colleges
Project Quest, Inc.
Consumer Information
Library of Congress
Federal Publications 
Above the Influence
Anti Drug Information for parents
Anti Drug Information for teens (freevibe)
Demandstar
SARMA/ Credit Report

  EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE
Texas Department of Health & Human Services
SAPD Victim's Advocate Hotline
San Antonio Food Bank
United Way of San Antonio
San Antonio Metropolitan Health District
United Way

TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION
VIA Metropolitan

TRAINING & EMPLOYMENT
Alamo Labor Properties
Alamo WorkSource
Work in Texas
Dress for Success
Baptist Health Systems
Alamo Workforce

HOMEOWNERSHIP INFORMATION
SAHA Homeownership Program
Neighborhood Housing Services
San Antonio Alternative Housing
Habitat for Humanity
NAHRO
TDHCA

USEFUL LINKS
Public Surplus

 


Neighborhood Opportunities

 

As a Moving-To-Work  agency SAHA is intent on increasing housing choices and self-sufficiency for our families.  The agency has committed to empower and equip families to improve their quality of life and achieve economic stability as part of the agency’s Strategic Plan


In collaboration with PolicyMap. SAHA is excited to provide a customized, interactive mapping tool that visualizes our current properties along with workforce information including job locations by industry, earnings, educational attainment, and commute times. Other data includes location affordability, medical access, and  average rent contribution for subsidized households. Users have the ability to turn data layers and points of data on and off. By clicking on a point or shaded area, users can also view underlying data. Data layers can toggle between years, numbers and percentage, and geographies such as census tracts, zip codes, and cities.


Click here to begin exploring your neighborhood!

 

 

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