Guadalupe Community Center
San Antonio Community Resource Directory
Guadalupe Community Center (Nonprofit / Catholic)
The Guadalupe Community Center is dedicated to providing support and advocacy services to individuals and families in need. Guadalupe Community Center is a project of Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of San Antonio. We pride ourselves on providing wrap around services to the community in the hope that each individual will ultimately work towards self-sufficiency.
Mon-Fri: 8:00am - 5:00pm
(210) 226-6178 Send email
Lizzy Nemeth - Executive Director Send email
(210) 226-6178
In partnership with ESC Region-20, this program offers English as a Second Language (ESL) classes and will soon include free Graduate Equivalency Diplomas (GED) courses. Please contact Lizzy Nemeth at (210) 226-6178 x205 for additional information.
Free
Students in grades K-12 are offered a safe location after school and during the summer months. Participants are provided transportation, a hot meal, homework assistance, tutoring, character education, an opportunity to learn about gardening, sustainability and nutrition, as well as outdoor recreation and positive interaction with peers and adults. This program is offered at no cost to families, which allows parents to work and/or continue their education with the peace of mind that their children are safe.
Students in grades K-12 Please contact program director, Manny Garcia, at (210) 226-6178 x216 for additional information.
Free
Manny Garcia
(210) 226-6178
Provides legal aid to low-income and immigrant families, as well as to victims of crime, domestic violence and human trafficking. Participants are offered legal information, and if necessary, referrals to legal aid or to other attorneys who may work on a sliding scale or a payment plan.
Please contact Caritas Legal Services for additional information at (210) 433-3256.
Free
Angelica M. Coronado, Esq. - Senior Director
(210) 455-6105
Program offers assistance to clients recovering from a natural or manmade disaster, including hurricanes, fire, or flood.
Assistance provided with Red Cross referral or FEMA documentation. Assistance provided with food, clothing, household items, transportation, utility, or rental assistance based on availability of funding.
Lydia Cardenas
(210) 226-6178
One-time emergency financial assistance to prevent utility disconnection, financial coaching and budget assessment for income-eligible individuals and families. Please contact Lizzy Nemeth at 210-226-6178 x205 for additional information. First come first serve basis.
By Appointment only
Lizzie Nemeth - Executive Director Send email
(210) 226-6178
Caritas Legal Services provides professional consultation and reduced-fee legal services that may be able to assist with limited family law matters including: • Establishing guardianships • Wills • Durable Power of Attorney • Medical Power of Attorney • Directive to Physician/Living Will • Other probate matters such as probating of wills, Minument of Title, Heirships, and small estates affidavits
$50.00 consultation fee, although some fees may be waived if grant funding is available.
By appointment only. Please contact Caritas Legal Services for additional information at (210) 433-3256.
HOPE is a multifunctional mobile unit that provides assistance in San Antonio and surrounding counties to address homelessness, food insecurity, disaster response, and humanitarian relief at the border. It has a certified kitchen and cooks hot meals and capability to transport food, clothing, and other basic needs items.
Current schedule: o Every Wednesday, 9 am-11am, at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, 617 S Santa Rosa Avenue 78204, assisting ID Recovery program. o Other dates will be made available.
Through advocacy, education and direct service, the Immigration Services works toward the just and humane treatment of all immigrants by helping them to achieve the full benefits available to them under immigration law. Providing professional consultation and reduced-fee legal services, the Immigration Services focuses on reuniting families by guiding immigrants through the complex legal process. All individuals and families seeking legal services must first undergo a consultation. Through our consultation process, our staff is able to fully assess the extent of a client’s situation and provide the most appropriate options available.
$50 consultation fee. Some fees may be waived if grant funding is available. Please contact Caritas Legal Services for additional information at (210) 433-3256.
Immigration consultations are available on a walk-in basis Mon-Thu, 8:00am–5:00pm and Fri, 8:00am–12:00pm.
Guadalupe Community Center operates a year-round tax clinic, which offers the following assistance: • Filing of prior year tax returns (2016-2018) • Tax Amendments • ITIN applications • IRS customer services related questions
Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm. Call 210-222-2975 for an appointment.
Project Cool is a city wide initiative addressing the need to provide relief from extreme summer temperatures for senior citizens and individuals with disabilities. Each year, hundreds of individuals are hospitalized for heat related illnesses and death due to increased temperatures during the summer months. Additionally, Project Cool aims to reduce utility costs by providing an alternative to air conditioning for those who may be living on a fixed income. Through a partnership with the City of San Antonio, United Way and the San Antonio Fire Department, Project Cool provides box fans to thousands of elderly and disabled individuals throughout San Antonio and surrounding areas. With multiple Project Cool sites located throughout the city of San Antonio, including Catholic Charities’ Guadalupe Community Center and several Catholic churches within the city, Project Cool is able to distribute fans through these sites to those most in need.
If you live outside the 78207 zip code, you may also call United Way Helpline at 211 for a Project Cool site nearer to you.
Free
Tom Hoog
(210) 226-6178
With a goal of increasing the financial stability of working individuals and families in poor and aid persecuted Christians, is a community garden used as a resource to not only augment the Food Pantry, but as a teaching tool for students enrolled in the After School and Summer Youth Program.
Tom Hoog
(210) 226-6178
Site-based outreach events to increase awareness and accessibility of health screenings, wellness and safety information, and social service programs among the community.
Please contact Lizzy Nemeth at (210) 226-6178 x205 for additional information.
Lizzy at (210) 226-6178 Nemeth - Director
This program offers financial assistance, food and clothing assistance and counseling services to active duty, reserve, National Guard or veteran service members, as well as their dependents and spouses in need of social services. Helping veterans and their families work towards regaining self-sufficiency through case management and emergency assistance is the primary focus of this program. For additional information contact Lizzy Nemeth at (210) 226-6178 x205.
Lydia Cardenas Send email
(210) 226-6178