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 San Antonio Housing Authority Community Resource Guide

HOUSING & RENTAL ASSISTANCE

Center for Working Families (CWF) – Access to Emergency Rental Assistance for emergency or short term hardship, eviction notice, must have ability to get back on track with paying rent in future, and landlord must be willing to work with agency, (210) 207-7830.

Alamo Area Resource Center – Some of the programs run include rental and utility assistance, housing location assistance, free or low cost legal services, help in filing for Social Security, homeless prevention and Food Stamp applications. In regards to housing, this non-profit offers referrals to other agencies for emergency rent assistance, if needed. Works closely with social service groups too. 527 N. Leona, 3rd Floor, Bldg. A, San Antonio, Texas 78207, (210)358-9995

American GI Forum, 611 N. Flores, 210-354-4892

American Red Cross - Housing Assistance and rent help. Shelter may be coordinated during times of disaster, 3642 E. Houston., 210-224-5151

Avenida Guadalupe Association - Low Income Housing Assistance, 1313 Guadalupe, 210-223-3151

Bexar County Department of Community Initiatives - Provide rental assistance and utility assistance, along with other resources, 233 N. Pecos, Ste. 590, San Antonio, Texas 78207, (210) 335-3666

Bexar County Housing Authority - Housing advice and emergency rental assistance. They also provide information on Section 8 in Texas. 1017 N. Main Ave # 201, 210-225-0071

Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of San Antonio, Inc. – Low income individuals and families can apply for direct financial assistance for rent. In addition, work with a specialist for advocacy, education, and information and referral assistance to state of Texas programs, charities, or non-profits, 1801 W. César E. Chávez Blvd., San Antonio, Texas 78207, (210) 226-6178

Catholic Worker House of San Antonio - Helps the homeless. While direct financial support is usually not offered, case workers may have information on transitional housing, security deposits assistance, or forgivable loans for housing or partial rent payments. Other aid is meals, clothing, and more, 210-224-7736.

Center for Health Care Service - Housing Assistance and other Specialty Services administered, 1920 Burnet St., 210-227-3401

Christian Assistance Ministries - Offers rental and other housing assistance. Apply for up to $50 to help pay rent on a Bexar County home or apartment. Money for energy bills may be offered, 110 McCullough, San Antonio, TX 78215, (210)223-6648

City of San Antonio - A number of government programs including rent and utility, 115 Plaza De Armas, 210-207-8198

City of San Antonio-Fair Housing - Mediation, Fair Housing, Section 8. Resources for the disabled and children are offered, 4203 Woodcock Dr., Suite 216, 210-733-3247

City of San Antonio DCI, - Office of Financial Empowerment - Offers services, including information and applications for housing assistance, such as Section 8, which help families move toward self-sufficiency, 1325 N. Flores, Suite 114, San Antonio, TX 78212, (210)207-5910

Department of Veterans Affairs - Housing and Rent Assistance for Veterans, as well as military personnel and their families, 1055 Ada St., 210-358-5701

Ella Austin Community Center- The non-profit community centers offer the low income Rental, Clothing, and Utility Assistance, 1023 N. Pine, 210-224-2351

Father Flanagan's Girls/Boys Town - Low Income Housing Programs, 8410 Flanagan, 210-699-8514

Family Assistance Centers - Offers government and public assistance from the Work Support program, 210-207-7830.

Guadalupe Community Center - Helps those in crisis cope and achieve both short and long term self-sufficiency through financial aid, advocacy, education, and information and referral assistance. Financial assistance can help pay rent, (210)226-6178

Inman Christian Center - Provide Housing for Elderly and Disabled, 1214 Colima, 210-222-9641

San Antonio Alternative Housing - Housing Assistance provided to low income, elderly, and others, 1215 S. Trinity, 210-224-2349

San Antonio Metropolitan Ministries (SAMMinistries) – Assists lower income families and individuals with making monthly rental payments and utility assistance. Transitional Housing is offered, 5922 Blanco Rd., San Antonio, TX 78216, (210) 979-6188; Emergency Shelter and Housing, 910 W. Commerce, 224-5838

San Antonio Area Command of The Salvation Army - Provides assistance to families and individuals who are currently in a crisis situation. Goal is to help lower income people meet their basic need, including rent help, in order to prevent homelessness. Services include rent, life skills classes, educational programs, and career development services. In addition, referrals are made to other community-based organizations, such as Section 8 housing, for additional assistance and/or eligibility for governmental assistance, whether from the federal government or state of Texas, 521 W Elmira St, San Antonio, Texas 78212, (210) 352-2000

Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Central Council (SVDP) – Partners with churches across Bexar County and San Antonio. The Society provides food, clothing and financial assistance for rent and other bills. Services are available for the elderly in Bexar County as well, One Haven for Hope Way, San Antonio, Texas 78207, (210)225-7837; For financial aid for rent and housing expenses assistance; 4222 SW Loop 410, 210-674-1200

St. Peter - St. Joseph Children's Home – Financial assistance and support programs are provided. Some of them do focus on rent and housing assistance; others can help paying bills and provide food. In addition, a thrift store is available for household items. The programs offered also assist with locating stable housing, completion of SSI application and referrals to government programs and other Bexar County TX agencies. 919 Mission Rd., San Antonio, TX 78210, (210) 533-1203

Texas Department of Human Services – A number of government assistance programs, including homeless prevention and TANF/Food Stamps, 404 Brady, 210-212-6986

United Way of San Antonio - partner with non-profits to offer various services, 700 S. Alamo, Texas, 210-352-7000

US Dept. of Housing (HUD) - HUD Information, including free housing advice, 106 S. St. Mary's, 210-475-6800

Wesley Health and Wellness Center - Low income, working poor, and indigent persons can receive referrals to local financial assistance programs for addressing their housing needs, including Rental Housing Subsidies and Rent Assistance. 1406 Fitch, San Antonio, Texas 78211, 210-924-5191

HOMEOWNERSHIP

Habitat for Humanity - Non-profit housing organization, 311 Probandt St., 210-223-5203

SAHA Homeownership - Provides quality affordable housing, 818 S. Flores, 210-477-6008

City of San Antonio - 1400 South Flores St., 210-207-6459

SUPPORTIVE HOUSING

Center for Healthcare Services - Safehaven Residence - Females, mentally ill, homeless, 3551 Culebra,   210-433-2687, 3602 Culebra, 210-434 6384

Family Endeavors Fair Weather Lodge Programs - San Antonio, Bexar County Behavioral Health Program, Housing, Case Management, 535 Bandera Rd., 210-431-6466 or 210-208-5707

San Antonio AIDS Foundation - Must be HIV+/AIDS, 818 E. Grayson, 210-225-4715

SRS Texas Housing Referral Service - Seniors, Mental disabilities, 210-805-0232

TEMPORARY & TRANSITIONAL HOUSING

Baptist Child & Family Services - Transitional services for Foster Youth, 1506 Bexar Crossing, 210-832-5000

Bright Star Ministries & Outreach - Men only, Must be drug & alcohol free, 840 Palo Alto Dr. Von Ormy TX, 210-624-2118

Carson House - HIV/AIDS only, transitional, 424 E. Carson, 210-225-4715

Catholic Charities - Guadalupe Home, Pregnant & Homeless, or Homeless with an infant, 2102 Buena Vista St., 210-222-0988

Family Violence Prevention Services - Transitional Housing Program, 7911 Broadway St., 210-930-3669

George Gervin Housing First Program - Transitional Housing, 511 Yucca, 210-532-3948

Guadalupe Home - Transitional for women with children only, 210-476-0707

House of Discipleship -Transitional Living Program, for men only, homeless or just released from jail, 9978 Misty Plain Dr., 210-267-8230

Residential Center for Veterans - Affordable single room, GI Forum, 519 N. Medina, 210-448-9714

Roy Maas’ Youth Alternatives - Transitional Housing, Programs for youth and young adults up to age 21, 3103 West Ave., 210-340-8077

Salvation Army Hope Center - Single Women & Families, Calls and Referrals 24/7, Check in at 3:30pm, Married couples, proof req., 521 W Elmira St., 210-352-2000

Salvation Army Scattered Sites Program - Families, youth aging out of foster care, 2 year program, 910 N. Flores, 210-352-2028

SAMMinistries - Serve homeless and near-homeless families, 5922 Blanco Rd, 210-979-6188

San Antonio Family Endeavors - No parole, probation, or substance abuse. Fairweather Family Lodge, Fairweather Lodge, 535 Bandera Rd., 210-431-6466

St. Peter-St. Joseph Children’s Home - Children only, infant- 17 yrs., 919 Mission Rd., 210-533-1203

Strong Foundation Ministries - Single women & families with children, call for appointment, 414 Hackberry, 210-641-4357

Visitation House - Women & Children, 2 year program, call for an appointment, 945 W. Huisache, 210-735-6910

EMERGENCY SHELTERS (CHILDREN ONLY)

Baptist Child & Family Services - 5 to 17 years; call or referral after 5 PM, 1506 Bexar Crossing, 210-832-5000, 1-800-830-2246 (toll free)

The Children’s Shelter - Infants to 12 years; referral & parental placement, 133 Cedar Street, 210-225-1553; 2939 W Woodlawn Ave.,   210-212-2500

Roy Maas’ Youth Alternatives, Inc. - The Bridge, 5 to 17 years; call first, 3103 West Ave., 210-340-8077

St. PJ’s Children’s Home - 0-17; call first, 919 Mission Rd., 210-533-1203

EMERGENCY SHELTERS

Battered Women’s & Children’s Shelter - Emergency & Transitional, 7911 Broadway, 210-733-8810

Bethany United Methodist Church - Laundry, shower, meal, 32 degrees or more, 4102 Eisenhower, 210-655-5473

Family Violence Prevention Service - Women & Children only, 7911 Broadway, 210-930-3669

Haven for Hope - Outdoor overflow only, Prospect Courtyard, 1 Haven for Hope Way, 210-220-2100

Salvation Army Dave Coy Center - Men only, 18 or older, 3 nights without fees; calls or referrals; 8am-5pm, 226 Nolan, 210-226-2291

Salvation Army Hope Center - Single Women & Families, Calls and Referrals 24/7, Check in at 3:30pm, Married couples, proof req., 521 W Elmira St., 210-352-2000

SAMMinistries - Serve homeless and near-homeless families, 5922 Blanco Rd, 210-979-6188

Seton Home - Pregnant or parenting teens, Homeless or at risk of being homeless, Children under 18, 1115 Mission Rd., 210-533-3504

Strong Foundation Ministries - Single women & families with children, call for appointment, 414 Hackberry, 210-641-4357

San Antonio Rescue Mission - Men only, 18 or older, 907 E. Quincy, 210-222-9736

HOMELESS DAY SHELTERS

Catholic Worker House - 8am-6pm, Mon-Fri, Mail, email, phone, laundry, drinks, 8 AM breakfast, 11:30 AM lunches & 5:30 PM suppers, 626 Nolan, 210-224-7736

Haven for Hope Prospect Courtyard - 1 Haven for Hope Way, 210-220-2485

FOOD/GROCERY ASSISTANCE

Agape Ministries - Food Pantry, 127 Lanark, 210-646-8567

Antioch Baptist Church - Groceries, 2nd Wednesday of the month, 8:00 AM sharp, 1001 N. Walters, 210-225-2452

Catholic Charities - Groceries, eligible every 3 months, need ID, SS card & utility bill, Mon-Fri, 8:00am-12 noon & 1:00pm-5:00pm, 2903 W Salinas St, 210-433-3256

Catholic Worker House - Meals, MTWF Breakfast: 8:30 am, Lunch: 11:30 am, 626 Nolan, 210-224-7736

Christian Assistance Ministries - Sack lunches and groceries, eligible every 3 months, Mon-Thurs, 9:00 AM-3:30 PM, Fri 9:00 AM-Noon, 110 McCullough Ave., 210-223-6648

Christian Hope Resource Center - Eligible monthly, M-S 9:00 AM-Noon, 321 N. General McMullen, 210-732-3776

De Paul Family Center - Must call for services, 7603 Somerset Rd., (210) 924-5903

Ella Austin Community Center - Short Term Emergency Food, 1023 N. Pine., 210-224-2351

Family Service Association- Provides Meals, 702 San Pedro Ave, 210-299-2400

Greater Randolph Area Service Program Inc. - Emergency Food, Seniors only, 250 Donalan Dr., 210-658-6351

Guadalupe Community Center - Mon-Thurs 9:00-12:00 noon, 1:00 PM-2:00 PM, 1801 Cesar Chavez, 210-226-6178

Haven for Hope - Provides Meals, 1 Haven for Hope Way, 210-220-2100

Hispanic Religious - Emergency Food, HELP Program, 1701 W Woodlawn Ave, 210-731-8118

House of Neighborly Service - Emergency Food Pantry, eligible weekly, Tuesdays at 9:15 AM, 407 N. Calaveras St., 210-434-2301

Inner City Development - Food Pantry, 1300 Chihuahua St, 210-224-7239

Little Church of La Villita - Sack lunches/groceries, M-F, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM, 508 Villita St, 210-226-3593

Madonna Neighborhood Center - Emergency Food, Must live in the Madonna neighborhood, 1906 Castroville Rd., 210-435-1391

Meals on Wheels - Homebound Seniors, 4306 NW Interstate 410 Loop Frontage Rd, 210-735-5115

Metropolitan Community Church - Sat-10AM-2PM, 611 E Myrtle St, 210-472-3597

Presa Community Service Center - Emergency Meals, eligible every 6 months, 8:30 am-12 noon, 1 pm-4 pm, 3721 S. Presa, 210-532-5295

San Antonio Food Bank - Food Bank Pantry referral, Food Stamp Outreach, Project HOPE, 5200 W Old Us Highway 90, 210-337-3663

San Antonio Food Bank Seniors - Project HOPE, Seniors only, outside city limits, 210-337-3663

Salvation Army Hope Center - Sack lunches/groceries, MWThF, 8:30 am-11 am & 1 pm-4 pm, M-F, 10 am-4 pm, 910 N. Flores, 210-352-2028

Senior Nutrition Feeding Sites Info - 210-207-7172

SNAP/Food Stamps (HHSC), 888-834-7406

Society of St. Vincent de Paul, 210-225-7837  

St. Henry’s Catholic Church - Fridays 9:00 AM -12:00 noon, 1619 S Flores St, 210-225-6877

Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid - Help with Food Stamps, 1111 N. Main Ave, 210-212-3700

Travis Park U.M. Church - Meals, Breakfast, Sunday only, 9 AM-10:30 AM, 230 E Travis St, 210-226-8341

Urban Connection - Emergency Meals, One food assistance in a 30 day period, 381 Micklejohn Walk St, 210-734-5599

CLOTHING ASSISTANCE

Agape Ministries - 127 Lanark, 210-646-8567

Catholic Charities - Mon-Thurs, 8:30am-10:30am, 2903 Salinas, 210-433-3256

Catholic Worker House - Mon, Tues, Wed, & Fri mornings, 626 Nolan, 210-224-7736

Christian Assistance Ministry - Mon-Fri, 9am-3:30pm, 110 McCullough, 210-223-6648

De Paul Family Center - 7603 Somerset Rd., (210) 924-5903

Dress for Success - 600 N Frio St, 210-737-1515

Ella Austin Community Center -Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm, 1023 N. Pine., 210-224-2351

Hope House - 210-313-2038,

Operation School Bell - 2611 West Ave., 210-732-1200

Shalom Outreach Center (no website) - 3031 Guadalupe Ybarra St, 210-438-1257

UTILITY ASSISTANCE

Agape Ministries, 127 Lanark, 210-590-6655

Bexar County Department of Community Resources, 233 N. Pecos, 210-335-3666

Catholic Charities, 202 W. French Place, San Antonio, TX 78212, 210-226-6178

Christian Assistance Ministries, 110 McCullough Ave, San Antonio, TX 78215, 210-223-6648

City of San Antonio, Senior Services, 106 S. St. Mary’s, 7th floor, SAT, 78205; 210-207-8198

COSA Department of Human Services, 106 S. St. Mary’s, 7th floor, SAT, 78205; 210-207-8198

Ella Austin Community Center, 1023 N. Pine; SAT, 78202; 210-224-2351

Greater Randolph Area Service Program, 250 Donalan Converse, TX 78109; 210-658-6351

Hispanic Religious Partnership – Healthy Seniors Program, 1701 W. Woodlawn, 210-731-8118

Presa Community Center, 3721 S Presa St, San Antonio, TX 78210, 210-532-5295

St. Vincent de Paul, 1 Haven for Hope Way, San Antonio, TX 7820; 210-225-7837

Salvation Army, 521 W. Elmira, San Antonio, TX 78212; 210-352-2000

United Way Referral Line – 211

TRANSPORTATION

Greyhound, 500 N St Mary's, San Antonio, TX 78205, (800) 231-2222

San Antonio Taxis, 10331 Desert Sands, #208, San Antonio, TX 78216, (210) 444-2222

VIA Bus, 800 W. Myrtle; 210-362-2000

VIA Metro Center, 1021 San Pedro; 210-362-2020

Crossroads Park & Ride, 151 Crossroads Blvd.; 210-731-6616

Downtown Information Center, 206 E. Houston; 210-475-9008

Ingram Transit Center, 3215 Northwestern Dr.; 210-521-6773

KEL-LAC Transit Center, 7183 Hwy 90 West; 210-679-0309

Madla Transit Center, 1584 Cantrell; 210-362-2006 20

Medical Center Transit Center, 7535 Merton Minter; 210-614-4615

Randolph Park & Ride, 9400 IH 35 North; 210-564-8175

Ellis Alley Information Center, 212 Chestnut; 210-299-1213

Yellow Cab, 9600 IH 35N, San Antonio, TX 78233, (210) 222-2222

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Alamo Area Resource Center - HIV+/AIDS only, 527 N. Leona St., 210-358-9995

Catholic Charities - Money Management program, 202 W French Pl, 210-222-1294

Christian Assistance Ministries - Limited Financial Assistance, 110 McCullough Ave., 210-223-6648

Project MEND - Provides medical equipment and financial assistance for medical devices for people with disabilities, 5727 1201 W IH 10, 210-223-6363

San Antonio Center for Working Families - 210-207-7830

Society of St. Vincent De Paul - Limited Financial Assistance, 1103 S. Frio, 210-225-7837

LEGAL ASSISTANCE

Bexar County Dispute Resolution Center - Possible landlord-tenant mediation, 300 Dolorosa, 210-335-2128

Bexar County Legal Aid- Free legal advice and services for evictions, housing issues, and landlord-tenant issues, 1111 N. Main, 210-212-3783

St. Mary’s Center for Legal and Social Justice, 2507 NW 36th St, 210-431-2596

Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid - Free advice and assistance for those facing eviction. Landlord / tenant mediation services and other support are available for Bexar County tenants. Referrals may be available to loan programs for paying rent or other assistance, such as emergency one-time cash grants. Migrants and seasonal workers can also apply for services, 210-212-3783

ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES

Anyone may report when an adult- age 65 and older, or age 18 to 64 and with a disability- is in a state of abuse, neglect, or exploitation.

San Antonio Offices - 3635 S.E. Military Dr., San Antonio, Texas 78223; (210) 333-2004; 8930 Fourwinds Dr., Ste. 500, San Antonio, Texas 78239; (210) 871-3000; Statewide Abuse Hotline Statewide Abuse Hotline:  800-252-5400: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES FOR THE ELDERLY

Alamo Area Council of Governments - Must be age 60+, 8700 Tesoro Drive, 210-362-5561

Center for Health Care Services - Must be 55+, Older Adult Substance Abuse Services, 3031 IH 10 W., 210-261-1000

Centro Med - Behavioral Health Clinics, Psychiatrist, Nurse, Counseling (Walzem Clinic) – 5542 Walzem Rd., 210-924-3593; Counseling (Zarzamora Clinic) - 6315 S Zarzamora St., 210-922-7000; AP Nurse, Counseling (Southside Medical)- 3750 Commercial Ave., 210-334-3700; Counseling (Palo Alto Clinic)- 9011 Poteet Jourdanton Fwy., 210-922-7000

Communicare - PsyNP, Counseling, Northwest Campus – 8210 Callaghan, 210-223-7000; West Campus – 1102 Barclay, 210-223-7000, East Campus – 3066 E. Commerce, 210-223-7000

Good Samaritan Community Services - Adult & Senior Services, 1600 Saltillo St., 210-435-6841

House of Neighborly Service - 50+ Senior Outreach, 407 N. Calaveras St., 210-434-2301

Jewish Family Services of San Antonio - Psychotherapy, Counseling, 12500 N.W. Military, 210-302-6920

Methodist Healthcare - Healthcare Provider, 8026 Floyd Curl Dr., 210-575-8110

Nix Behavioral Health Services - Health and Homecare Services, 414 Navarro, 210-271-1800

Northeast Baptist Hospital - Must be 55+ years of age, Geriatric Behavioral Health Center, 8811 Village Dr., 210-297-2000

University Hospital - Inpatient Behavioral Health, 4502 Medical Dr., 210-358-4000

Veterans Administration Hospital – Veterans, 7400 Merton Minter, 210-617-5300

HOTLINES AND HELPLINES

Alcoholics Anonymous - Helps people overcome their problem with alcoholism, 210-828-6235

Alamo Service Connection - Services for Senior Citizens and those with disabilities, 210-477-3275

American Red Cross - Provide support and assistance to the military stationed in and around San Antonio             , 210-224-5151

Battered Women &Children’s Shelter Crisis Line - Provides the necessary tools for self-sufficiency through the delivery of emergency shelter, transitional housing, education, effective parenting education, and early intervention with children and youth, 210-733-8810

Center for Health Services Crisis Line - Improves the lives of people with mental illness, substance abuse challenges and developmental disabilities, 210-223-7233, 1-800-316-9241

Emergency Police/Fire/EMS, 911

Foster Youth Justice, Legal assistance for current and former foster youth, 1-877-313-3688

Mid-Coast Family Services: Substance Abuse - Outreach, screening, assessment and referral services for adults and youth who have been affected by alcohol and drug abuse, 1-210-271-9452

Mid-Coast Family Services: Domestic Abuse - Outreach, screening, assessment and referral services for adults and youth who have been affected by alcohol and drug abuse, 1-800-870-0368

Narcotics Anonymous, 1-800-221-9091

National Homeless Veterans Hotline - Intended to assist homeless Veterans and their families, VA Medical Centers, federal, state and local partners, community agencies, service providers and others in the community, 1-877-424-3838

National Veterans Suicide Prevention Hotline - Connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text, 1-800-273-8255

Rape Crisis Line - Provide comprehensive services to victims of sexual assault and their families, and to conduct sexual assault prevention and education programs to youth, 210-349-7273

Runaway Hotline - Serves as the federally designated national communication system for runaway and homeless youth, 1-800-RUNAWAY or 1-888-580-HELP

Texas Abuse Helpline - Provides this secure website for reporting suspicions of abuse, neglect, and exploitation of children, adults with disabilities, or people who are elderly (65 years or older), 1-800-252-5400

TRLA/Equal Justice Center Wage Recovery - Helps low income workers recover unpaid wages, 210-308-6222

United Way Hot Line - Committed to helping Texas citizens connect with the services they need, 211

CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES

Alamo Area Council of Governments - Must be age 60+, Alamo Aging Information, Referral and Assistance, Must have developmental disabilities, 8700 Tesoro Drive, 210-362-5561

Alamo Area Resource Center - HIV+/AIDS only, 527 N. Leona St., 210-358-9995

Center for Health Care Services - Improves the lives of people with mental illness, substance abuse challenges and developmental disabilities, 3031 IH 10 W., 210-731-1320

EXCEL…Rise Above the Rest - Children, Adolescents, Families, 4407 S. Pan Am Expwy. Ste. 4, 210-977-9555

Family Service Association - Dedicated to helping children, seniors, and families in need, 702 San Pedro –   210-299-2400, 3014 Rivas St. –   210-431-7500

Jewish Family Services - Provides affordable mental health counseling, case management and senior services to the Jewish and greater communities, 12500 N.W. Military, 210-302-6920

Methodist Healthcare Ministries - Case Management, Counseling, Bishop Ernest T. Dixon Jr. Clinic – 1954 E. Houston, Ste. 201, 210-527-1505; Wesley Health & Wellness Center – 1406 Fitch Street,  210-922-6922

Noah’s Ark Advocacy & Referral (Bexar County Residents) - 9010 Saint Julien Ct., 210-682-6530

San Antonio Family Endeavors - San Antonio, Bexar County Behavioral Health Program, 535 Bandera Rd., 210-431-6466

COUNSELING PROVIDERS (ADULTS & FAMILY)

Airman and Family Readiness Center - Air force personal and Family, Lackland Air Force Base, 2160 Kenly Ave.,  210-671-3722; Randolph Air Force Base, 555 F Street West, 210-652-5321

Alamo Area Resource Center - HIV+/AIDS only, 527 N. Leona St., 210-358-9995

Alamo Mental Health Group – Psychotherapists, 4242 Medical Drive, 210-614-8400

Any Baby Can of San Antonio - Short-term counseling; Parents, guardians of children with disabilities, 217 Howard St., 210-227-0170

Army Community Service - Counseling, Active duty military and retired Army personnel, 2010 Stanley Rd., 210-224-2705

Baptist Child & Family Services – Counseling, 1506 Bexar Crossing, 210-832-5000

BAMC Dept. of Social Work - Counseling, Social work, Inpatient & Outpatient, Department of Defense eligible beneficiaries, 3851 Roger Brooke Dr., 210-916-3523

Catholic Charities – Counseling, 7711 Madonna, 210-377-1133

Center for Family Relations - Marriage, Family, Child, Individual Counseling, 1818 San Pedro Ave., 210-733-3349

Center for Health Care Services - Counseling, Social work, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, 3031 IH 10 W.,   210-261-1000

Centro Med - Psychiatrist, Counseling – 5542 Walzem Rd., 210-924-3593; Counseling - 6315 S Zarzamora St., 210-922-7000; AP Nurse, Counseling - 3750 Commercial Ave., 210-334-3700; Counseling - 9011 Poteet Jourdanton Fwy., 210-922-7000

Child Family Adult Consultants - Marriage, Family, Child, Individual, 3030 Nacogdoches Rd., 210-826-9599

Creekview Recovery Center - Counseling, Psychotherapists, 4115 Medical Dr., 210-280-0262

CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health Care - Evaluation, Counseling, By referral, By appointment, 333 N Santa Rosa St., 210-704-3007

Communicare - PsyNP, Counseling, Northwest Campus, 8210 Callaghan, 210-223-7000; West Campus, 1102 Barclay, 210-223-7000; East Campus, 3066 E. Commerce, 210-223-7000

Community Counseling Services - Counseling Services, 590 N General McMullen Dr. #3, 210-434-1054

Our Lady of the Lake University Ecumenical Center for Religion & Health - Counseling, Psychotherapists, 8310 Ewing Halsell Dr., 210-616-0885

Elite Counseling - A variety of services catering to substance use and abuse, 410 S Main Ste. 201, 210-822=9493

Family Life Center, St. Mary’s University - Counseling, individuals, couples, 251 W Ligustrum Dr., 210-438-6411

Family Service Association of San Antonio, Inc. - In-home & office based counseling services, 702 San Pedro Ave., 210-299-2400; 3014 Rivas St., 210-431-7500

Family Violence Prevention Services - Counseling, individuals, 7911 Broadway St., 210-930-3669

Inman Christian Center - Family, child, adolescent, support groups, 1214 Colima St., 210-222-9641

Jewish Family Services of San Antonio - Psychotherapy, Counseling, 12500 N.W. Military, 210-302-6920

Madonna Neighborhood Center - Individual, Group Counseling, Must live in service area or attend school in Edgewood Independent School District, 1906 Castroville Rd., 210-435-1391

Methodist Healthcare Ministries - Support/Counseling Services, 1406 Fitch St., 210-924-5191

Mission City Family Wellness Center - In-home Counseling, 9921 Spring Beauty, 210-842-4544

Nueva Vida Behavioral Health Center (no website) - Counseling, Psychologists, 5555 Fredericksburg Rd., 210-616-0828

Palmer Drug Abuse Program - Counseling for adults or adolescents with addictions, 111 Dallas St., 210-227-2634; 10226 Ironside Dr., 210-697-9766; 122 Woodhull, 210-927-4644

Pathways Youth & Family Services - Individuals, group, family, in-home or office counseling, 4243 E Piedras Dr. Ste. 100, 210-733-7117

Presa Community Service Center - Individuals, groups, family, counseling, 3721 S. Presa, 210-532-5295

San Antonio Family Endeavors - Counseling, Case Management, 535 Bandera Rd., 210-431-6466

San Antonio Marriage & Family Counseling - Marriage, Family, Child, Individual Counseling, 1141 North Loop 1604, 210-510-0769

True Serenity Counseling Services - Marriage, Family, Child, Individual Counseling, 2819 Woodcliffe, 210-793-8395

COUNSELING PROVIDERS (CHILDREN & ADOLESCENT)

Baptist Child & Family Services – Counseling, 1506 Bexar Crossing, 210-832-5000

Boys Town Texas, Inc. - Intensive in-home counseling, 8410 Flanagan St., 210-699-8514

Catholic Charities Counseling, 7711 Madonna, 210-377-1133

Center for Health Care Services - Day treatment, after school & counseling, 771 E. Josephine, 210-299-8139

Centro Med - Psychiatrist, Counseling – 5542 Walzem Rd., 210-924-3593; Counseling - 6315 S Zarzamora St., 210-922-7000; AP Nurse, Counseling - 3750 Commercial Ave., 210-334-3700; Counseling - 9011 Poteet Jourdanton Fwy., 210-922-7000

Children’s Bereavement Center - Grief support, grief counseling, 205 W. Olmos Dr., 210-736-4847

Childsafe - Child & family therapy, for the family of children who have been sexually abused, 7130 W. US Hwy 90, 210-675-9000

CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health Care - Evaluation, Counseling, By referral, By appointment, 333 N Santa Rosa St., 210-704-3007

Clarity Child Guidance Center - Acute Care, Out-Patient Psychotherapy, Psychiatric Services, Psychology Consultation Services, 8535 Tom Slick, 210-616-0300; 2135 Babcock Rd., 210-616-0300

Communicare - PsyNP, Counseling, Northwest Campus – 8210 Callaghan, 210-223-7000; West Campus –1102 Barclay, 210-223-7000; East Campus – 3066 E. Commerce, 210-223-7000

Community Counseling Services, Our Lady of the Lake University - Counseling Services, 590 N General McMullen Dr. #3, 210-434-1054

Ecumenical Center for Religion & Health - Counseling, Psychotherapists, 8310 Ewing Halsell Dr., 210-616-0885

EXCEL…Rise Above the Rest Counseling, 907 W. Theo Ave., 210-977-9555

Family Life Center, St. Mary’s University - Counseling, individuals, couples, 251 W Ligustrum Dr., 210-438-6411

Family Service Association of San Antonio, Inc. - In-home & office based counseling services, 702 San Pedro Ave., 210-299-2400; 3014 Rivas St., 210-431-7500

Family Violence Prevention Services - Counseling, individuals, 7911 Broadway St., 210-930-3669

Inman Christian Center - Family, child, adolescent, support groups, 1214 Colima St., 210-222-9641

Jewish Family Services of San Antonio - Psychotherapy, Counseling, 12500 N.W. Military, 210-302-6920

Mission City Family Wellness Center - In-home Counseling, 9921 Spring Beauty, 210-842-4544

Pathways Youth & Family Services - Individuals, group, family, in-home or office counseling, 4243 E Piedras Dr. Ste. 100, 210-733-7117

Presa Community Service Center - Individuals, groups, family, counseling, 3721 S. Presa, 210-532-5295

Roy Maas’ Youth Alternatives – Counseling, 3103 West Ave., 210-340-8077

San Antonio Family Endeavors - Counseling, Case Management, 535 Bandera Rd., 210-431-6466

St. Peter-St. Joseph Children’s Home - Psychiatric, Psychological Services, Counseling, 919 Mission Rd., 210-533-1203

The Rape Crisis Center for Children & Adults - Counseling, victims of sexual assault, 7500 U.S. 90 Access Rd. Bldg. 2, Ste. 201, 210-349-7273

CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

Any Baby Can of San Antonio - Short-term counseling; Parents, guardians of children with disabilities, 217 Howard St., 210-227-0170

Baptist Child & Family Services - Therapeutic & Assessments, 1506 Bexar Crossing, 210-832-5000

Blossom Center for Children - MH Assessments for Children, 722 Isom Rd., 210-415-9626

Centro Med - Psychiatrist, Counseling – 5542 Walzem Rd., 210-924-3593; Counseling - 6315 S Zarzamora St., 210-922-7000; AP Nurse, Counseling - 3750 Commercial Ave., 210-334-3700; Counseling - 9011 Poteet Jourdanton Fwy., 210-922-7000

Clarity Child Guidance Center - Treatment Center for Children, Outpatient, Acute Care, 24 hour treatment, On campus day treatment, 8535 Tom Slick,  210-616-0300 or 1-877-676-KIDS

Center for Health Care Services - Outpatient Child Services, Screening, Referral, Treatment, Counseling, 771 E. Josephine, 210-299-8139

EXCEL…Rise Above the Rest - Caseworkers for Children, 706 Division, 210-977-9555

Laurel Ridge Treatment Center - Treatment Center for Children, 17720 Corporate Woods Dr., 210-491-9400

San Antonio Youth Mental Health Association, Connection to Services, 210-481-2573

St. Peter-St. Joseph Children’s Home - Counseling, 919 Mission Rd., 210-533-1203