The United Way in San Antonio provides a 211 helpline for callers to receive free assistance and referrals to health and wellness programs across the area. They also offer education assistance and programs for children and young families.
Pass It On Center
The Pass It On Center continues to create national and state resources to foster the safe, effective and appropriate reuse of assistive technology (AT) so that people with disabilities can get the affordable AT they need in order to live, learn, work and play more independently in communities of their choice.
Mobility Works provides wheelchair accessible vans and transportation as well as wheelchair lifts and ramps for vehicles.
Breathing Angels is a nonprofit organization servicing the San Antonio area and surrounding counties. They provide refurbished Adult and Pediatric respiratory equipment. Special order of other medical equipment is available upon request.
Blue Print Ministries
Blue Print ministries renovates and repairs sub-standard homes at no cost for seniors, veterans, the disabled and low income families in San Antonio.
Bexar Area Agency on Aging
Bexar Area Agency on Aging provides a variety of services to seniors in Bexar County. These include hot meals provided on-site or delivered in-home as well as benefits counseling, health referrals, caregiver assistance and care coordination.
AccessAbility Home Modifications
AccessAbility provides home safety modifications for seniors and the disabled in San Antonio. Modifications include ramps, hand rails and other medically necessary changes to the home.
San Antonio Diaper Bank
The San Antonio Diaper Bank provides families with young children access to diapers, wipes and other practical necessities. They also provide parenting and wellness classes and workshops.
Inman Christian Center
Inman Christian Center provides child development care for infants and children up to five years old. They also provide afterschool and summer programs, emergency food, baby care supplies and health and wellness consultations.
Ella Austin Community Center
The Ella Austin Center offers child care and afterschool care for children aged 6 months to 11 years old. They also offer free parenting courses.
Any Baby Can
Any Baby Can supports children with special needs and their families. Services include prescription assistance, health and wellness programs and referrals, counseling services, parenting classes, special needs learning tools and more.
Vehicles for Veterans
Vehicles for Veterans accepts used car donations. Funds from the sale of used cars and parts go towards services and programs to assist disabled veterans. Vehicles for Veterans benefits programs such as Operation Gratitude which provides care packages to wounded veterans and caregivers.
Charlie‘s Home for Vets
Charlie's Home for Vets helps veterans find housing arrangements that are beneficial for them, including personal care facilities, memory care facilities, and shared room rental spaces. They also provide various educational classes, support groups, and assistance to homeless veterans that are in need.
Travis United Methodist Church
Travis United Methodist Church's Corazon Ministry provides hot meals to homeless and low income individuals four days a week. They also offer clothing assistance, housing placement, hygiene supplies and showers as well as free counseling services and therapy programs.
St. Vincent De Paul
St. Vincent De Paul offers services to residents of 10 South Texas counties including Bexar County. They provide food, clothing, home supplies, rent and utility assistance as well as financial counseling, job training and home search and placement services.
St. Paul United Methodist
St. Paul United Methodist church offers a food pantry as well as free counseling services. For more information visit the website or call 210-227-2525.
San Antonio Food Bank
The San Antonio Food Bank takes pride in fighting hunger, feeding hope in our 16 county service area.
Samm Ministries is an interfaith organization that seeks to help the homeless and prevent homelessness in San Antonio. They offer free temporary housing, rent and utility assistance for families and counseling and support services.
Salvation Army Hope Center
The Salvation Army Hope Center Provides emergency shelter for women, single parents with young children and intact families.
The Salvation Army provides services such as disaster relief, financial assistance and food and clothing for individuals and families. They also offer addiction recovery programs as well as housing assistance.
Little Church of La Villita
The Little Church at La Villita provides a free food pantry as well as clothing assistance and counseling to low income families, the disabled, seniors and veterans. For more information call 210-226-3953.
Inner City Development Center
The Inner City Development Center offers an emergency food pantry for families in need. They also offer emergency clothing assistance and educational services for families with young children.
Guide to Government Aid for Seniors
The Ultimate Guide to Government Aid for Seniors provides a comprehensive list of the various federal and state government aid programs that are available to help seniors access the necessities of life without facing severe financial duress.
Guadalupe Community Center
One of the oldest community centers in San Antonio, Guadalupe Community Center provides food, temporary housing assistance, health services and counseling to low-income families and individuals.
Goodwill San Antonio's has championed the fight against poverty and created opportunity for adults and youth in our community through education and employment since 1945.
Ella Austin Community Center
The Ella Austin Community Center provides a broad range of social-services including clothing, food, housing and financial assistance. The Center also features programs for community members from early childhood through seniors.
Dress for Success
Dress for Success is an international non-profit that provides professional attire for low income women. They also provide job training and higher education assistance.
City of San Antonio
The City of San Antonio coordinates with organizations around the city to provide financial assistance, housing, food and a number of other services for those who qualify. Assistance is available for families, seniors, students and the homeless.
Christian Hope Resource Center
Christian Hope Resource Center is a multi-faceted service agency in San Antonio. The center offers a client-choice food pantry, on-site health programs and clothing assistance. They also offer job training, counseling services and parenting classes.
Catholic Charities is a network of Catholic non-profits across the San Antonio area. These non-profit groups provide assistance with rent and utilities, supplies including food and clothing, free and low cost counseling services and more.
Bexar County Economic & Community Development
Bexar County Economic & Community Development offers financial assistance to those who qualify for help with water, heating and natural gas bills. They also partner with local organizations to offer job and workforce training
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church located on the East side of San Antonio provides a food bank as well as clothing and counseling services.
Alamo Area Council of Governments
Alamo Area Council of Governments utilizes state grants and funds to coordinate with local charities that provide social services. They facilitate the Intellectual & Developmental disabilities services for bexar county. These services provide residential housing assistance, medicare waiver assistance and more for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.