Partner Spotlight

Partners

On Campus
67
Referral
87
Community
30
Total
184

In conjunction with 184 partner organizations, Haven for Hope provides, coordinates and delivers an unparalleled system of care for clients.

We have 67 On-Campus Partners who provide comprehensive services on campus for clients on a regular basis, thus creating a true one-stop shop for clients on both our Transformation Campus and the Courtyard. Of these Partners, 24 have offices on campus.

In addition, we work with 87 Referral Partners who provide services to clients at their own sites, and 30 Community Partners.


For a complete list of partners, please see below. Please click on any Partner's organization to link directly to their website.

Partners who provide regular services on campus with security access. 24 have offices on campus.

On-Campus Partners:

PartnerServices Provided
Alamo Area Council on GovernmentsAging services, training and support
Alamo Area Resource CenterScreening and support services for individuals with HIV/AIDS, Hep C, Syphilis
Alcoholics AnonymousAA meetings
American GI Forum Outreach services for homeless veterans including housing placement, job placement and residential housing program
Basketball EmbassyBasketball skills, mentoring, discipline, goal setting curriculum for kids
BEAT AIDSAIDS screening and support services
Bexar County Pretrial Services Personal recognizance bonds ("PR bonds)" for qualified participants
Bits, Bytes & BotsRobotics classes for kids
Brescia University Marilyn Younger Conley School of Social WorkMasters degree social work interns
Catholic University of AmericaMasters degree social work interns
Center for Health Care ServicesWide array of programs addressing mental health and substance abuse. On campus programs: ITP, PATH and Integrated Health Clinic
CentroMed Sarah E. Davidson Clinic Primary medical care for individuals and families experiencing homelessness
Children’s Chorus of San AntonioMusic Together program for families
Childsafe San AntonioChild abuse prevention, education, resources; training for staff
Christian Assistance Ministries On campus: ID recovery on campus Referral at their office: safety net services for vulnerable and at risk populations such as working poor and the chronically vulnerable due to disabilities, poverty, abuse, substance abuse issues, age, illness, etc. who may only make ends meet on a monthly basis and may not qualify for government programs
Cocaine AnonymousCocaine addiction recovery and support groups
COSA Dept. of Human Services - Homeless Veterans ServicesIdentification of homeless veterans on campus; coordination of available resources and services
COSA Fire and EMS Dept.Acute Care Station 7p-7a
COSA Metro Health DepartmentTB testing
COSA Municipal CourtClearance of warrants, procurement of identification cards, referral support for clients with alcohol and drug issues
De Novo FoundationPersonalized solutions to help clients move from social services to self-sufficiency
Department of Family Protective Services - APSAdult welfare and protective services
Department of Family Protective Services - CPSChild welfare and protection services
Dept. of Defense Medical Education and Training CampusBehavioral health students - anger management classes and client engagement on the Courtyard
Endeavors: SSVD & Cohen Military ClinicOutreach, case management, navigation, rapid rehousing, prevention and stabilization services for homeless veterans and their families
Engineering for KidsAfter school engineering classes for kids
Family Violence Prevention Services - Community Based CounselingIndividual and group counseling for adults, families and children
Healthy Futures of TexasEducational courses to help young people make healthy decisions and avoid unplanned pregnancies
Housing Authority of Bexar CountyHousing vouchers
I Care San AntonioComprehensive eye care
Life Skills for LivingAnger management, life skills classes
Magik TheaterPlays, summer camp
NAMI San AntonioTraining for staff and members regarding how to improve the quality of life for all people affected by mental illness
Narcotics AnonymousNA meetings
Our Lady of the Lake University Psychology ProgramMental health assessments, counseling, training for staff
Our Lady of the Lake University Worden School of Social ServiceMasters degree social work interns
Pay It Forward/Next Right StepsOn campus extended sober living
Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES)Free and low-cost legal services to underserved immigrant children, families and refugees
SAMMinistriesRapid re-housing, transitional housing, homeless prevention services
San Antonio AIDS FoundationHIV/AIDS screening, prevention education, support services and housing
San Antonio Christian Dental ClinicComprehensive dental care
San Antonio CollegeService learning interns
San Antonio Council on Alcohol and Drug AwarenessOutreach, prevention, intervention, and recovery services
San Antonio Food BankOn campus: Meal preparation and service for all meals on the Transformation Campus; SNAP WIC benefits consulting; Culinary Arts Training Program Referral to main SA Food Bank: Food assistance; benefits assistance; job assistance; programs for seniors; programs for children; help with food for pets
San Antonio Housing Authority Housing vouchers and programs
San Antonio Independent Living ServicesInformation, assistance and support systems for people with disabilities and their families
San Antonio Independent School District - Adult EducationGED preparatory classes
San Antonio Museum of ArtAfter school art classes for kids on campus; adult art classes
Seton Home of San Antonio Education and support services to help transform the lives of pregnant and parenting teen mothers and their children
Sigma Mental Health Urgent CareUrgent psychiatric services meant to be a bridge between appointments with established provider
Society of St. Vincent de PaulMeal preparation and service for all meals on the Courtyard; Culinary and Volunteer Training Programs; housing assistance; prevention
St. Mary’s University School of LawID recovery, warrant relief clinics
Street2FeetRun/walk health fitness program with training for 5K; volunteer program/opportunities for clients
Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid On campus: drivers license recovery Referral: legal aid
Texas State School of Social WorkMasters degree social work interns
Texas Workforce Solutions(Formerly DARS) Workforce services, placement, support and referrals for individuals with disabilities
The Children's ShelterParenting classes
The Public Theater of San AntonioAfter school performance activities for kids
THRIVE Youth CenterSupport services and housing for LGBTQ youth 18-24; housing for any homeless youth 18-24
TRUE Mental Health ServicesOutreach, services for individuals diagnosed with serious mental illness
University of Incarnate Word Feik School of PharmacyHealth awareness
University of Incarnate Word Ila Faye Miller School of Nursing and Health ProfessionsHealth screenings and podiatry care
University of Texas Health San Antonio School of DentistryDental screenings and care on the Courtyard; comprehensive dental care on-site at San Antonio Christian Dental
University of Texas San Antonio School of Social WorkMasters degree social work interns
Veterans AffairsOutreach, case management, housing, counseling services for homeless veterans
Voices for ChildrenAdvocacy for children's issues, training for staff
YMCA of Greater San AntonioOn-site child care center; Early Head Start and Head Start; after school care; summer camp

Partners with Offices on Campus: 24

PartnerServices Provided
Alamo Area Resource CenterScreening and support services for individuals with HIV/AIDS, Hep C, Syphilis
Bexar County Pretrial Services Personal recognizance bonds ("PR bonds)" for qualified participants
Center for Health Care ServicesWide array of programs addressing mental health and substance abuse. On campus programs: ITP, PATH and Integrated Health Clinic
CentroMed Sarah E. Davidson Clinic Primary medical care for individuals and families experiencing homelessness
Christian Assistance Ministries On campus: ID recovery on campus Referral at their office: safety net services for vulnerable and at risk populations such as working poor and the chronically vulnerable due to disabilities, poverty, abuse, substance abuse issues, age, illness, etc. who may only make ends meet on a monthly basis and may not qualify for government programs
COSA Dept. of Human Services - Homeless Veterans ServicesIdentification of homeless veterans on campus; coordination of available resources and services
COSA Municipal CourtClearance of warrants, procurement of identification cards, referral support for clients with alcohol and drug issues
Endeavors: SSVD & Cohen Military ClinicOutreach, case management, navigation, rapid rehousing, prevention and stabilization services for homeless veterans and their families
Family Violence Prevention Services - Community Based CounselingIndividual and group counseling for adults, families and children
I Care San AntonioComprehensive eye care
Our Lady of the Lake University Psychology ProgramMental health assessments, counseling, training for staff
Pay It Forward/Next Right StepsOn campus extended sober living
SAMMinistriesRapid re-housing, transitional housing, homeless prevention services
San Antonio Christian Dental ClinicComprehensive dental care
San Antonio Food BankOn campus: Meal preparation and service for all meals on the Transformation Campus; SNAP WIC benefits consulting; Culinary Arts Training Program Referral to main SA Food Bank: Food assistance; benefits assistance; job assistance; programs for seniors; programs for children; help with food for pets
San Antonio Independent School District - Adult EducationGED preparatory classes
Society of St. Vincent de PaulMeal preparation and service for all meals on the Courtyard; Culinary and Volunteer Training Programs; housing assistance; prevention
St. Mary’s University School of LawID recovery, warrant relief clinics
Street2FeetRun/walk health fitness program with training for 5K; volunteer program/opportunities for clients
Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid On campus: drivers license recovery Referral: legal aid
THRIVE Youth CenterSupport services and housing for LGBTQ youth 18-24; housing for any homeless youth 18-24
University of Incarnate Word Feik School of PharmacyHealth awareness
Veterans AffairsOutreach, case management, housing, counseling services for homeless veterans
YMCA of Greater San AntonioOn-site child care center; Early Head Start and Head Start; after school care; summer camp

Referral Partners: 87

PartnerServices Provided
A New Life for a New GenerationAssists parents or guardians with free diapers and wipes.
Alamo CollegesAdult continuing education and certifications
Alamo Community GroupAffordable housing
Alpha HomeResidential drug and alcohol program for women who need treatment and support in a homelike residential setting; outpatient gender-specific programming for men and women program dedicated exclusively to treating women
Angel Eyes FoundationProvides safe haven for victims to report domestic abuse. Works hand-in-hand with network of partners to investigate and build powerful cases against perpetrators.
Animal Defense LeaguePet food, low cost spaying and neutering
Any Baby CanDirection and guidance for families of children and youth with special needs
Avance Parenting classes
Baptist Health SystemInpatient and outpatient hospital and specialty care
Battered Women and Children's ShelterImmediate assistance to victims of family violence
Bexar County Dispute Resolution CenterProvides county residents with mediation services at no charge as an alternative method of resolving interpersonal, family, business, consumer, and community disputes
Bexar County Family Justice CenterAssists victims of domestic violence
Bexar County Guardianship ProgramGuardianship for incapacitated persons
Bexar County Reentry CenterReentry programs onsite in county jail
Big Brothers Big Sisters of South TexasMentoring program for kids and youth
Boys & Girls Club of San Antonio Summer camp
Cafe CollegeFree advice to help SA students of all ages apply to college, find financial aid, and answer questions about the college process
Catholic CharitiesMultitude of programs helping families and individuals
Christus Santa Rosa Health SystemInpatient and outpatient hospital and specialty care
Chrysalis MinistriesAssistance for formerly incarcerated individuals and their families to include reentry classes and life skills
Clarity Child Guidance CenterInpatient and outpatient mental health hospital for children and youth
Communities in SchoolsHelping at-risk youth stay in school by connecting children and their families to critical resources
COSA Dept of Human ServicesWIC, senior services, housing
COSA Dept. of Human Services - Fair HousingFair housing services
COSA Healthy StartResources for healthy pregnancies and healthy births for vulnerable women and teens
CrosspointServices for veterans, state hospital patients, formerly incarcerated men, women and homeless individuals
Crystal CounselingCounseling services to children, adolescents, adults, couples, families and groups
Daisy Cares Pet ProgramPet food for community clients, low cost veterinary care
Daughters of Charity Services San AntonioDedicated to establishing and maintaining neighborhood-based programs that increase accessibility to services in south San Antonio and Bexar County. Five neighborhood centers: DePaul Family Center, DePaul Children’s Center, DePaul-Wesley Children’s Center, La Misión Family Health Care, and El Carmen Wellness Center.
Deborah’s HouseSober, independent living for women
Dress for Success San Antonio & Career Gear San AntonioDress for Success and Career Gear provide networks of support, professional attire and development tools to help men thrive in work and life
Each One, Teach OneAdult education tutoring
Ella Austin Community CenterEmpowering individuals and families across the life span by providing multiple, integrated services that meet the needs of San Antonio’s Eastside neighborhoods and beyond
Endeavors: Fairweather Family LodgeCase management, life skills training, employment assistance, educational help for women with mental illness and their children
Epilepsy Foundation Central & South TexasProvide information, direct assistance, comprehensive medical, educational, and social services to individuals with epilepsy and their families
Family Service Association of San AntonioFinancial empowerment, financial sustainability counseling
Good Samaritan Community ServicesCommunity services to help individuals, youth and families overcome poverty
Goodwill San AntonioTraining and career support services through Goodwill Careers Academy
Guadalupe HouseTransitional living program for homeless expectant mothers and homeless mothers with infants
Guardian HouseMonitored exchanges, supervised visitation, parenting education and counseling for families going through divorce and crisis
Joven San AntonioHelping children with homework and providing constructive activities designed to increase interest in education. Summer program offers arts and craft, games, and money skills to promote financial literacy
Junior Achievement of South TexasFinancial literacy programs for youth
Laurel Ridge Treatment CenterInpatient and partial hospitalization for specialized behavior healthcare and addiction treatment
Lifetime Recovery Comprehensive treatment of substance use disorders
Lift Fund San AntonioSmall business loans for startups and established businesses
Magdalena HouseTransitional home serving mothers and children who have fled dangerous and abusive lives
Meals on WheelsPreparation and delivery of hot, nutritious meals each weekday to homebound seniors in Bexar County
Merced Housing TexasSupportive housing services
Methodist Children's HomeOffers family preservation services and foster care through outreach
Methodist Health SystemInpatient and outpatient hospital and specialty care
Methodist Healthcare Ministries MELD ProgramParenting programs
Methodist Healthcare Ministries Wesley ClinicComprehensive outpatient clinic
Mexican American Unity CouncilParenting programs, housing center
Mid-Coast Family ServicesDrug and alcohol addiction programs
Monster MomsProgram with resources to help ages 18-25 single parent families
NIX HealthInpatient and outpatient hospital, specialty care
Oxford HouseIndependent sober living
Partners Resource NetworkParent training and information centers funded by the US Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs to help parents understand their child’s disability; understand their rights and responsibilities; obtain and evaluate resources and services; participate as team members with professionals in planning services for their children
Pride Community ClinicCollaboration between ARC and UTHSA, established to serve the uninsured and underinsured LGBTQ. Primary care plus linkages to vital mental health, sexual health, and substance abuse services
Project MENDRefurbished medical equipment such as wheelchairs, walkers, power chairs; largest, licensed nonprofit medical equipment reuse facility in the state of Texas
ProsperaAffordable housing communities
Providence PlaceAdoption options for women facing unexpected pregnancies; services for young adults with disabilities
Rape Crisis CenterCare for those impacted by sexual violence through counseling, crisis intervention and prevention education
Restore EducationContinuum of services to empower and equip students with the purpose and skills necessary for successful, positive impact in their own lives, the lives of their families, and their community
Rise RecoveryServices for teens, young adults and families who are trying to overcome the effects of drugs and alcohol
Roy Maas Youth Alternatives - The Bridge Emergency Shelter24-hour a day emergency care in a structured setting for boys and girls age 5 – 17 years of age
Salvation ArmyAdult rehabilitative centers and housing services
San Antonio Amputee FoundationComprehensive support services for amputees
San Antonio ClubhouseSupportive learning environment, job training and placement for members with mental wellness challenges
San Antonio Cultural ArtsCommunity-based arts program fostering human and community development. Two specific programs: The Community Mural & Public Art Program, and El Placazo Community Newspaper & Mentor Program
San Antonio Lifetime RecoverySubstance abuse services for men
San Antonio State HospitalState psychiatric hospital
San Antonio YouthAfter school youth programming
Social Security AdministrationBenefits counseling
St. Peter-St. Joseph Children’s HomeSafe and loving refuge for children in crisis
STCH MinistriesFaith-based financial sustainability classes
Texas Diaper BankAccess to diapers, incontinence supplies and other goods
Texas Health and Human Services CommissionBenefits and services to Texans, including Medicaid for families and children; long-term care for people who are older or who have disabilities; SNAP food benefits and TANF cash assistance for families; behavioral health services; services to help keep people who are older or who have disabilities in their homes and communities; ervices for women and other people with special health needs
Texas Veterans CommissionVeterans disability benefits and rights for veterans, dependents and survivors
Texas Workforce CommissionJob placement
The DoseumSTEM focused children's museum integrating literacy and creative arts concepts
The Prosumers of San Antonio Peer to peer recovery group and advocacy
ThruProjectGuidance, support and advocacy to foster youth in order to prepare them for life after foster care
University Health SystemInpatient and outpatient hospital, specialty care; HAP and CareLink programs
VITA Tax AssistanceTax assistance program
Workforce Solutions Alamo Employment services and job placement for adults and youth 16-25
Youth Code JamFosters interest in technology by introducing upper elementary through high school students to computer science

Community Partners: 30

PartnerServices Provided
Alamo Heights ISDElementary, middle and high schools
American Red CrossEmergency support services
Bexar County Sheriff's OfficeCount Sherriff's programs and support
Centro San AntonioCollaborative initiatives with Haven including funding Outreach staff focused on downtown
City of San Antonio City support, services and programs
COSA Parks and RecreationRecreational and fitness programs; camps; neighborhood parks
COSA Police SAPD HOPE Team, outreach, navigation to H4H and CHCS programs, ID recovery, patrol of surrounding area
East Central ISDElementary, middle and high schools
Edgewood ISDElementary, middle and high schools
Harlandale ISDElementary, middle and high schools
IDEA San Antonio Public SchoolPreK - 12th grade
Judson ISDElementary, middle and high schools
KIPP San AntonioK-12th grade
Non-Profit CouncilNon-profit advocacy council
Northeast ISDElementary, middle and high schools
Northside ISDElementary, middle and high schools
Pre-K 4 San AntonioFull-day prekindergarten program, offers free afterschool care until 6pm. The program is highlighted by experienced teachers, high quality curriculum, and bilingual education options. Students are provided free healthy meals and transportation.
San Antonio ISDLocal elementary, middle and high schools
San Antonio Public LibraryLibrary programming, including on-line books and educational tools
San Marcos CISDElementary, middle and high schools
School of Excellence San AntonioPreK - 12th grade
South Alamo Regional Alliance for the Homeless (SARAH)Local Continuum of Care lead agency
South San Antonio ISDElementary, middle and high schools
Southside ISDElementary, middle and high schools
Southwest ISDElementary, middle and high schools
Southwest Texas Regional Advisory Council (STRAC) Develops, implements and maintains the regional trauma and emergency healthcare system
Texas Department of Criminal Justice: Parole/Probation DivisionProbation and parole
Texas Dept. of Criminal Justice - Parole DivisionParole division
United Way of San Antonio and Bexar CountyUnited Way services
VIA Metropolitan TransitBus passes, transportation services

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