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San Antonio Food Bank

The San Antonio Food Bank provides all the meals on the Transformational Campus, totaling over 40,000 meals per month.  The Food Bank also offers enrollment assistance with SNAP and WIC benefits, plus a wonderful Culinary Arts Training program for clients.

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

Haven for Hope works with several  partners in the community who provide comprehensive services on and off campus for clients on a regular basis, thus creating a true one-stop shop for clients on both our Transformational Campus and the Courtyard. 

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

Aging services, training and support

Screening and support services for individuals with HIV/AIDS, Hep C, Syphilis

Alcoholics Anonymous

AA meetings

Outreach services for homeless veterans including housing placement, job placement and residential housing program

Basketball Embassy teaches world class basketball skills plus mentoring, discipline and goal setting through an established curriculum.

BEAT AIDS provides screening, education and support services, to include support groups, individual counseling, small group, peer to peer, linkage to medical and other referral services.

Bexar County offers Pretrial Services to those individuals released on Personal Recognizance Bonds (“PR Bonds”), to include supervision to ensure individuals attends all scheduled court appearances and do not re-offend while out on PR Bond.

Bits, Bytes and Bots provides weekly after school STEM classes to our kiddos in Minecraft Coding, Lego Robotics and Stop Motion Movie Magic.

Bescia University Masters Degree social work interns provide clinical services to clients while completing their clinical rotation which lasts one semester to a full year.

Catholic University Masters Degree social work interns provide clinical services to clients while completing their clinical rotation which lasts one semester to a full year.

Center for Health Care Services

Wide array of programs addressing mental health and substance abuse. On campus programs: ITP, PATH and Integrated Health Clinic

CentroMed’s Sarah E. Davidson clinic provides primary medical care and “medical home” services for individuals and families experiencing homelessness. CentroMed also refers and coordinates speciality care for clients in need of these services.

Children’s Chours provides parent/child “Music Together” programming for families with children ages 0-5.

Childsafe provides abuse prevention, education, resources and training for staff.

CAM provides ID recovery services for our clients.

City of SA Department of Human Services – Homeless Veteran Services

The City of SA provides coordination and identification of homeless veterans on campus and the coordination of available resources and services in the community.

SAFD is partnering with Haven, CentroMed and STRAC to provide an on-site Acute Care Station from 7pm – 7am.

City of SA Metropolitan Health Authority

Metro Health provides TB testing and follow-up services.

City of SA Municipal Court

The City of SA provides clearance of warrants, procurement of identification cards and referral support for clients with alcohol and drug issues.

Cocaine Anonymous

Cocaine addiction recovery and support groups

Department of Defense Medical Educataion and Training Campus

The Department of Defense METC program provides behavioral health students who conduct anger management classes and client engagement services on the Courtyard.

Department of Family Protective Services – APS

DFS provides adult welfare and protective services.

Department of Family Protective Services – CPS

CPS provides child welfare and protective services.

Endeavor (formerly Family Endeavors) provides outreach, case management, navigation, rapid rehousing, prevention and stabilization services for homeless veterans and their families.

After school engineering classes for kids

FVPS provides Community Based Counseling services to individuals and groups, to include adults, families and children.

Health Futures of Texas provides educational courses to teens age 11+ to help them build healthy relationships with friends, family and siblings, and to make healthy decisions about sex and avoid unplanned pregnancies.

Housing Authority of Bexar County

HABC provides housing vouchers and programs to clients.

I Care SA provides comprehensive eye care to include vision screenings, eye glasses, diagnostic testing and surgery.

Life Skills for Living provides evidence-based anger management, stress management, conflict resolution and relationship enrichment classes for clients.

Magik Theater provides on campus plays four times a year for children of all ages and their families. They also provide summer camps off-campus for our kiddos.

NAMI provides training for staff and clients regarding how to improve the quality of life for all people affected by mental illness.

The primary service provided by Narcotics Anonymous is the NA group meeting. Each group runs itself based on principles common to the entire organization.

Our Lady of the Lake University School Psychology Program

OLLU Psychology Program provides mental health assessments and counseling for clients, and training for staff.

Our Lady of the Lake University Worden School of Social Service

OLLU Masters Degree social work interns provide clinical services to clients while completing their clinical rotation which lasts one semester to a full year.

PIF’s Next Right Steps program provides extended, on-campus sober living for clients for up to 12 months, and their Bridge program provides bridge funding to clients to enter off-campus sober living environments.

Free and low-cost legal services to underserved immigrant children, families and refugees

SAMM provides rapid rehousing, transitional housing and homelessness prevention services to clients.

SAAF provides HIV/AIDS and STD screening, prevention, education, support services and housing to clients.

SACD provides comprehensive dental care, to include cleanings, urgent care and surgery.

San Antonio College Service Learning interns provide clinical services to clients while completing their clinical rotation which lasts one semester to a full year.

SACADA provides outreach, prevention, intervention and recovery services to clients and training to staff.

The San Antonio Food Bank provides all the meals on the Transformational Campus, totaling over 40,000 meals per month.  The Food Bank also offers enrollment assistance with SNAP and WIC benefits, plus a wonderful Culinary Arts Training program for clients.

SAHA provides housing vouchers and programs to our clients.

SAILS provides information, assistance and support systems to clients with disabilities.

SAISD Adult Education provides GED/HSE prepatory, ESL, computer skills and college and career exploration classes.

SAMA provides after school art classes for kids and adult women based on works of art in the Museum.

Seton Home provides education and support services to help transform the lives of pregnant and parenting teen mothers and their children.

Sigma provides urgent psychiatric services to clients as a bridge between appointments with their established providers.

SVdP provides the preparation and service for all meals on the Courtyard, to include a Food Service Training program for Courtyard clients. In addition, SVdP provides housing support and assistance to individuals and families inlcuding case management, job training, budget counseling, housing search and placement and rent and utilities assistance.

St. Mary’s legal team, comprised of professors and studetns, provide ID recovery and warrant relief clinics to clients primarily on the Courtyard.

S2F provides a health and wellness curriculum and a 5K training program for walking, wheeling and running.

Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid provides drivers license recovery for clients.

Texas State School of Social Work

Texas State Masters Degree social work interns provide clinical services to clients while completing their clinical rotation which lasts one semester to a full year.

Texas Workforce Solutions

Texas Workforce Solutions (formerly DARS) providese workforce services including placement, support and referrals for individuals with disabilities.

The Children’s Shelter provides parenting classes to new parents.

After school performance activities for kids

Thrive provides supportive services, life skills and housing for LGBTQ youth age 18-24 plus housing for any homeless youth age 18-24.

True Mental Health provides outreach and services for individuals diagnosed with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder, and major depressive disorder with psychotic features.

UT Dental profesors and students provide regular screenings and care on the Courtyard, including urgent care in the UT Dental mobile unit and follow-up comprehensive care in the SA Christian Dental Clinic.

University of Texas San Antonio College School of Social Work

UTSA Masters Degree social work interns provide clinical services to clients while completing their clinical rotation which lasts one semester to a full year.

UIW Feik School provides health awareness on campus.

UIW Nursing insructors and students provide regular health screenings and podiatry care on the Courtyard.

The VA provides outreach, benefits assessments, navigation and referrals for mental health and medical services for homeless veterans.

Voices for Children provides training and support for clients regarding safety for their chidlren, and training for staff regarding a wide array of children’s issues.

The YMCA provides on-site childcare and after school care at their state of the art child care facility, which includes early Head Start and Head Start programs. The Y also provides on-site and off-site summer camp and programmings.