City of San Antonio (COSA), Department of Human Services (DHS)
San Antonio Community Resource Directory

Mission: To promote life-long success by providing Human Services and connecting people to community resources.

Vision: To provide leadership, develop collaborative strategies, and maximize resources to improve the quality of life for children, families and seniors in our community.

Services: The Department of Human Services provides comprehensive direct and contractual services in the areas of Early Education and Child Care Assistance, Education, Financial and Emergency Assistance, Homeless Assistance, and Senior Services.

Monday: 7:45 AM - 4:30 PM Tuesday: 7:45 AM - 4:30 PM Wednesday: 7:45 AM - 4:30 PM Thursday: 7:45 AM - 4:30 PM Friday: 7:45 AM - 4:30 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
(210) 207-8198
Melody Woosley - Director Send email
(210) 207-8198
Hotlines and Virtual Assistance
COVID-19 Notice

Find the Utility Assistance Intake Application Request and Checklist here.

To apply for SAWS water bill assistance, call (210)223-2273 or go to the SAWS website: www.saws.org/uplift

Emergency financial assistance for utility payments for qualified applicants.

Apply online here.

Documentation required.

(210) 207-8198
COVID-19 Notice

Although our Senior Centers remain closed to the public, we continue with the following services to the member community:

  • City Comprehensive Senior Centers will continue with curbside pick-up and delivery of meals and food commodities.
  • Development of online program classes and teleconference activities to be posted on the Senior Services Website for members.
  • Wellness Calls to members to combat isolation and connect with needed resources.

Offering San Antonio and Bexar County seniors 60+ comprehensive resource facilities.

Monday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Tuesday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Wednesday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Thursday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Friday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
(210) 207-0178
COVID-19 Notice

Although this Senior Center remains closed to the public, we continue with the following services to the member community:

  • Curbside pick-up and delivery of meals and food commodities.
  • Online program classes and teleconference activities to be posted on the Senior Services Website for members.
  • Wellness Calls to members to combat isolation and connect with needed resources.

Offering San Antonio and Bexar County seniors 60+ comprehensive resource facilities.

Monday: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Tuesday: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Wednesday: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Thursday: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Friday: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
(210) 558-0178
COVID-19 Notice

Although this Senior Center remains closed to the public, we continue with the following services to the member community:

  • Curbside pick-up and delivery of meals and food commodities.
  • Online program classes and teleconference activities to be posted on the Senior Services Website for members.
  • Wellness Calls to members to combat isolation and connect with needed resources.

Offering San Antonio and Bexar County seniors 60+ comprehensive resource facilities.

Monday: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Tuesday: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Wednesday: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Thursday: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Friday: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
(210) 558-0178
COVID-19 Notice

Although our Senior Centers remain closed to the public, we continue with the following services to the member community:

  • City Comprehensive Senior Centers continue with curbside pick-up and delivery of meals and food commodities.
  • Online program classes and teleconference activities are posted on the Senior Services Website for members.
  • Wellness Calls are being made to members to combat isolation and connect with needed resources.

Click here for more information about the gradual reopening of the City's Senior Centers.

Offering San Antonio and Bexar County seniors 60+ comprehensive resource facilities.

Monday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Tuesday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Wednesday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Thursday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Friday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
(210) 207-5300

The Child Care Services (CCS) division of the City of San Antonio provides child care and provider management services for Bexar County, and 12 surrounding areas including Atascosa, Bandera, Comal, Frio, Gillespie, Guadalupe, Karnes, Kendall, Kerr, McMullen, Medina, and Wilson.

The Child Care Services Program provides child care subsidies to an average of 9,000 children per day through more than 600 local child care providers. Child care services are available for both full and part-time care for qualifying families. Qualified families may encounter a waiting period for service availability.

To qualify for CCS, individuals must meet certain criteria:

  • Child(ren) must be under 13 years of age (Under 19 years of age for a child with disabilities)Families income must not exceed 85% of the state median income (see Income Eligibility Guidelines)
  • A single parent working or in training/school at least 25 hours per week or
  • A two-parent household with both parents working or in training/school, with each parent averaging 25 hours per week

Those eligible for child care assistance include:

  • Parents who are receiving Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)
  • Parents who have recently stopped receiving TANF benefits because of earned income
  • Parents with low incomes who need help paying for child care so they can continue to work or attend school
  • Teen parents from low-income families who need child care to attend school
  • Parents with low incomes who have children with disabilities
  • Parents who meet the definition of experiencing homelessness

Click here for more information or to download forms.

(210) 230-6300
(800) 204-7905
COVID-19 Notice

Call for hours and other information about services currently being offered.

The Claude Black Community Center provides an array of services to the local community, including providing comprehensive nutrition services to seniors and housing emergency assistance services.

Members of the public can also reserve space for community meetings and activities.

For information on the Center or on activities provided at the center please contact the center.

Mon-Thu, 7:45am-6:00pm Fri, 7:45am-5:00pm
(210) 431-4425
COVID-19 Notice

This Senior Nutrition site remains closed due to COVID-19. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:

  • West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
  • District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
  • South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
  • Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
  • District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
  • Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
  • Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
  • Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
  • Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
  • Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

 

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

 

Other resources available to seniors:

  • San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
  • Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
  • Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

This City-operated Senior Nutrition site offers a midday meal and opportunities for socialization, wellness activities, and access to needed services.

Must be a San Antonio resident age 60 or older.

Monday : 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Tuesday : 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Wednesday : 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Thursday : 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Friday : 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
(210) 333-0414
0.52 miles away, 622 S Flores, San Antonio, TX, 78204 , D1
COVID-19 Notice

All indoor park facilities, including Commanders House, are closed due to COVID-19 restrictions.

A hot home-cooked meal is served Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at noon in partnership with H.E.B. The cost is $3 and a reservation is required.

Every last Wednesday of the month, people with birthdays or anniversaries that month are honored with a musical presentation, cake, or an ice cream social.

Join us for a wonderful social time!

 

 

$7 annual fee for participants 60 and over; $15 for participants 18-59.

Mon-Fri: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat-Sun: closed
Senior Center
(210) 207-3010
The Cuellar Community Center offers a wide variety of programming, including youth sports leagues, arts and crafts, table games, nutrition education, dance, music and more.
Mon-Thu: 2:00pm - 9:00pm Fri: 2:00pm - 7:00pm Sat: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Community Center
(210) 207-3156
The Dawson Community Center offers a wide variety of programming, including youth sports leagues, arts and crafts, table games, nutrition education, dance, music and more.
Mon-Thu: 2:00pm - 9:00pm Fri: 2:00pm - 7:00pm Sat: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Community Center
(210) 227-1627
COVID-19 Notice

This center is now open at reduced capacity (25%) with abbreviated indoor and outside service offerings along with virtual programming. We will continue to work on expanding center activities and ask for your patience.

Meals and food commodities will continue to be provided via curbside pickup and home delivery for members with transportation and mobility challenges.

Morning (7:00 AM – 11:00 AM) and afternoon (1:00 PM – 3:45 PM) recreation time will be available via a reservation process.

Here are a few things you can expect upon returning to your senior center:

  • Face masks will be required to be worn at all times.
  • Health screenings and temperature checks will be conducted prior to gaining entrance into the center.
  • Physical distancing of 6 feet will be practiced.
  • Reservations will be required to participate in senior center activities.

Please call your senior center to reserve a spot!

Offering San Antonio and Bexar County seniors 60+ comprehensive resource facilities.

Monday: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Tuesday: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Wednesday: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Thursday: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Friday: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
(210) 207-5390
COVID-19 Notice

This center is now open at reduced capacity (25%) with abbreviated indoor and outside service offerings along with virtual programming. We will continue to work on expanding center activities and ask for your patience.

Meals and food commodities will continue to be provided via curbside pickup and home delivery for members with transportation and mobility challenges.

Morning (7:00 AM – 11:00 AM) and afternoon (1:00 PM – 3:45 PM) recreation time will be available via a reservation process.

Here are a few things you can expect upon returning to your senior center:

  • Face masks will be required to be worn at all times. 
  • Health screenings and temperature checks will be conducted prior to gaining entrance into the center. 
  • Physical distancing of 6 feet will be practiced.
  • Reservations will be required to participate in senior center activities.

Please call your senior center to reserve a spot!

Offering San Antonio and Bexar County seniors 60+ comprehensive resource facilities.

Monday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Tuesday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Wednesday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Thursday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Friday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
(210) 207-5270
COVID-19 Notice

Although our Senior Centers remain closed to the public, we continue with the following services to the member community:

  • City Comprehensive Senior Centers will continue with curbside pick-up and delivery of meals and food commodities.
  • Development of online program classes and teleconference activities to be posted on the Senior Services Website for members.
  • Wellness Calls to members to combat isolation and connect with needed resources.

Offering San Antonio and Bexar County seniors 60+ comprehensive resource facilities.

Monday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Tuesday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Wednesday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Thursday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Friday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
(210) 780-7444
Early Head Start provides comprehensive child and family development services for low-income families with infants and toddlers ages birth to three years. Early Head Start provides early, continuous, intensive and comprehensive child development and family support services on a year-round basis. The purpose of the program is to enhance children's physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development for school readiness; to support parents' efforts to fulfill their parental roles; and to help parents move toward self-sufficiency. AVANCE-San Antonio offers a two-option program for children and their families consisting of Home-based Option and Center-based Option providing services at licensed Childhood Development Centers. At all times Early Head Start services at least 10% children with disabilities. Services Provided: • Infant/Toddler Child Development Classrooms • Early Childhood Education and Development • Services for Infants & Toddlers with Special Needs • Bilingual and Dual Language
Children 6 weeks to 3 years old.
Our Early Head Start-Childcare Partnership (EHS-CCP) Program recruits families receiving Child Care Services (CCS). Often times, CCS requires a co-payment, and families are responsible for paying their own co-payment directly to each child care center.
Early Head Start provides comprehensive child and family development services for low-income families with infants and toddlers ages birth to three years. Early Head Start provides early, continuous, intensive and comprehensive child development and family support services on a year-round basis. The purpose of the program is to enhance children's physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development for school readiness; to support parents' efforts to fulfill their parental roles; and to help parents move toward self-sufficiency. AVANCE-San Antonio offers a two-option program for children and their families consisting of Home-based Option and Center-based Option providing services at licensed Childhood Development Centers. At all times Early Head Start services at least 10% children with disabilities. Services Provided: • Infant/Toddler Child Development Classrooms • Early Childhood Education and Development • Services for Infants & Toddlers with Special Needs • Bilingual and Dual Language
Children 6 weeks to 3 years old.
Our Early Head Start-Childcare Partnership (EHS-CCP) Program recruits families receiving Child Care Services (CCS). Often times, CCS requires a co-payment, and families are responsible for paying their own co-payment directly to each child care center.
Early Head Start provides comprehensive child and family development services for low-income families with infants and toddlers ages birth to three years. Early Head Start provides early, continuous, intensive and comprehensive child development and family support services on a year-round basis. The purpose of the program is to enhance children's physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development for school readiness; to support parents' efforts to fulfill their parental roles; and to help parents move toward self-sufficiency. AVANCE-San Antonio offers a two-option program for children and their families consisting of Home-based Option and Center-based Option providing services at licensed Childhood Development Centers. At all times Early Head Start services at least 10% children with disabilities. Services Provided: • Infant/Toddler Child Development Classrooms • Early Childhood Education and Development • Services for Infants & Toddlers with Special Needs • Bilingual and Dual Language
Children 6 weeks to 3 years old.
Our Early Head Start-Childcare Partnership (EHS-CCP) Program recruits families receiving Child Care Services (CCS). Often times, CCS requires a co-payment, and families are responsible for paying their own co-payment directly to each child care center.
Early Head Start provides comprehensive child and family development services for low-income families with infants and toddlers ages birth to three years. Early Head Start provides early, continuous, intensive and comprehensive child development and family support services on a year-round basis. The purpose of the program is to enhance children's physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development for school readiness; to support parents' efforts to fulfill their parental roles; and to help parents move toward self-sufficiency. AVANCE-San Antonio offers a two-option program for children and their families consisting of Home-based Option and Center-based Option providing services at licensed Childhood Development Centers. At all times Early Head Start services at least 10% children with disabilities. Services Provided: • Infant/Toddler Child Development Classrooms • Early Childhood Education and Development • Services for Infants & Toddlers with Special Needs • Bilingual and Dual Language
Children 6 weeks to 3 years old.
Our Early Head Start-Childcare Partnership (EHS-CCP) Program recruits families receiving Child Care Services (CCS). Often times, CCS requires a co-payment, and families are responsible for paying their own co-payment directly to each child care center.
Early Head Start provides comprehensive child and family development services for low-income families with infants and toddlers ages birth to three years. Early Head Start provides early, continuous, intensive and comprehensive child development and family support services on a year-round basis. The purpose of the program is to enhance children's physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development for school readiness; to support parents' efforts to fulfill their parental roles; and to help parents move toward self-sufficiency. AVANCE-San Antonio offers a two-option program for children and their families consisting of Home-based Option and Center-based Option providing services at licensed Childhood Development Centers. At all times Early Head Start services at least 10% children with disabilities. Services Provided: • Infant/Toddler Child Development Classrooms • Early Childhood Education and Development • Services for Infants & Toddlers with Special Needs • Bilingual and Dual Language
Children 6 weeks to 3 years old.
Our Early Head Start-Childcare Partnership (EHS-CCP) Program recruits families receiving Child Care Services (CCS). Often times, CCS requires a co-payment, and families are responsible for paying their own co-payment directly to each child care center.
Early Head Start provides comprehensive child and family development services for low-income families with infants and toddlers ages birth to three years. Early Head Start provides early, continuous, intensive and comprehensive child development and family support services on a year-round basis. The purpose of the program is to enhance children's physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development for school readiness; to support parents' efforts to fulfill their parental roles; and to help parents move toward self-sufficiency. AVANCE-San Antonio offers a two-option program for children and their families consisting of Home-based Option and Center-based Option providing services at licensed Childhood Development Centers. At all times Early Head Start services at least 10% children with disabilities. Services Provided: • Infant/Toddler Child Development Classrooms • Early Childhood Education and Development • Services for Infants & Toddlers with Special Needs • Bilingual and Dual Language
Children 6 weeks to 3 years old.
Early Head Start provides comprehensive child and family development services for low-income families with infants and toddlers ages birth to three years. Early Head Start provides early, continuous, intensive and comprehensive child development and family support services on a year-round basis. The purpose of the program is to enhance children's physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development for school readiness; to support parents' efforts to fulfill their parental roles; and to help parents move toward self-sufficiency. AVANCE-San Antonio offers a two-option program for children and their families consisting of Home-based Option and Center-based Option providing services at licensed Childhood Development Centers. At all times Early Head Start services at least 10% children with disabilities. Services Provided: • Infant/Toddler Child Development Classrooms • Early Childhood Education and Development • Services for Infants & Toddlers with Special Needs • Bilingual and Dual Language
Children 6 weeks to 3 years old.
Our Early Head Start-Childcare Partnership (EHS-CCP) Program recruits families receiving Child Care Services (CCS). Often times, CCS requires a co-payment, and families are responsible for paying their own co-payment directly to each child care center.
The mission of the Metro Health Immunization Program is to prevent and control transmission of vaccine-preventable diseases in persons of all ages, with emphasis on individuals at highest risk for under-immunization.
We do not accept private insurance. Medicaid is accepted. We ONLY accept Community First CHIP (no other type of CHIP is accepted).
Fees may apply. Call for information
Mon - Fri: 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Walk-Ins Welcome!
Eastside Clinic
(210) 207-8894

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Ann Helmke - Faith Liasion Send email
(210) 207-5036
The Financial and Housing Recovery Center is part of the Recovery and Resiliency Plan for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The plan includes a section on community resilience, which ensures that households and businesses affected by COVID-19 have the resources and tools to become financially resilient and better prepared to withstand future economic challenges. Financial Benefits Navigation Through Financial Benefits Navigation we work with federal, state, and local benefits providers and with community partners, to include referral services such as unemployment, TANF, CHIP, housing authority waitlist registration, utility assistance, rent/mortgage assistance, etc. Financial Counseling Financial Counselors through the Financial and Housing Recovery Center, assist residents with budgeting, debt management, credit report education, and linking to positive products through Bank On San Antonio, etc.
Currently, all appointments are virtual via email and phone. To schedule an appointment, please call the number below or copy and paste this link into your web browser: https://www.sanantoniofec.org/Make-An-Appointment/Claude-Black-Community-Center-Appointment
(210) 207-5910
The Financial and Housing Recovery Center is part of the Recovery and Resiliency Plan for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The plan includes a section on community resilience, which ensures that households and businesses affected by COVID-19 have the resources and tools to become financially resilient and better prepared to withstand future economic challenges. Financial Benefits Navigation Through Financial Benefits Navigation we work with federal, state, and local benefits providers and with community partners, to include referral services such as unemployment, TANF, CHIP, housing authority waitlist registration, utility assistance, rent/mortgage assistance, etc. Financial Counseling Financial Counselors through the Financial and Housing Recovery Center, assist residents with budgeting, debt management, credit report education, and linking to positive products through Bank On San Antonio, etc.
Currently, all appointments are virtual via email and phone. To schedule an appointment, please call the number below or copy and paste this link into your web browser: https://www.sanantoniofec.org/Make-An-Appointment/Neighborhood-Place-Appointment
(210) 207-5910
The Financial and Housing Recovery Center is part of the Recovery and Resiliency Plan for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The plan includes a section on community resilience, which ensures that households and businesses affected by COVID-19 have the resources and tools to become financially resilient and better prepared to withstand future economic challenges. Financial Benefits Navigation Through Financial Benefits Navigation we work with federal, state, and local benefits providers and with community partners, to include referral services such as unemployment, TANF, CHIP, housing authority waitlist registration, utility assistance, rent/mortgage assistance, etc. Financial Counseling Financial Counselors through the Financial and Housing Recovery Center, assist residents with budgeting, debt management, credit report education, and linking to positive products through Bank On San Antonio, etc.
Currently, all appointments are virtual via email and phone. To schedule an appointment, please call the number below or copy and paste this link into your web browser: https://www.sanantoniofec.org/Make-An-Appointment/Willie-Velasquez-Appointment
(210) 207-5910
COVID-19 Notice

Interviews and counseling are being done remotely during the COVID-19 shutdown. To make an appointment click the Website link below.

Need help managing or reducing your household debt? Want advice on how to build or restore your personal credit? Have a budget but need some specific tips on how to better save for your retirement?

The San Antonio Financial Empowerment Centers offer free, one-on-one professional financial counseling to all residents.

Financial Empowerment Center counselors can help you:
* Take control of your debt
* Deal with debt collectors
* Improve your credit
* Build your savings
* Create a budget
* Find safe and affordable financial products
* Other services based on your needs

This is a drop-off point for emergency utility assistance applications.

(210) 431-4425
COVID-19 Notice

We continue to provide one-on-one financial counseling but now do so remotely (video meeting, phone, or email exchange. Please call the number below to make an appointment.

The San Antonio Financial Empowerment Center offers free, one-on-one professional financial counseling. Certified financial counselors are available for personalized guidance and can help you deal with a wide range of personal financial issues including: • Taking control of your debt • Dealing with debt collectors • Improving your credit • Building your savings • Creating a budget • Finding safe and affordable financial products
Free
By appointment. (Daytime, evening, and weekend appointments are available.)
(210) 431-4425
COVID-19 Notice

Interviews and counseling are being done remotely during the COVID-19 shutdown. To make an appointment click the Website link below.

Need help managing or reducing your household debt? Want advice on how to build or restore your personal credit? Have a budget but need some specific tips on how to better save for retirement or other goal? The San Antonio Financial Empowerment Centers offer free, one-on-one professional financial counseling to all residents. Certified financial counselors are available for personalized guidance and can help you deal with a wide range of personal financial issues. Counselors can help you: • Take control of your debt • Deal with debt collectors • Improve your credit • Build your savings • Create a budget and create a plan to stick to it • Find safe and affordable financial products • Other services based on your needs
Counseling help is available in both English and Spanish
Services are always free and available to all residents regardless of income.
Financial Empowerment Center
(210) 206-5372
The mission of the Metro Health Immunization Program is to prevent and control transmission of vaccine-preventable diseases in persons of all ages, with emphasis on individuals at highest risk for under-immunization.
We do not accept private insurance. Medicaid is accepted. We ONLY accept Community First CHIP (no other type of CHIP is accepted).
Fees may apply. Call for information
Tue & Thu: 8:00am - 3:00pm Appointment Only
Frank Garret Center
(210) 207-8894
The Garza Community Center offers a wide variety of programming, including youth sports leagues, arts and crafts, table games, nutrition education, dance, music and more.
Mon-Thu: 2:00pm - 9:00pm Fri: 2:00pm - 7:00pm Sat: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Community Center
(210) 207-3239
COVID-19 Notice

All indoor park facilities, including Granados, are closed due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Cooling station
Mon,Wed: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm Tue, Thu: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm Fri: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm Sat-Sun: Closed
Senior Center
(210) 207-3285
The Hamilton Community Center offers a wide variety of programming, including youth sports leagues, arts and crafts, table games, nutrition education, dance, music and more.
Mon-Thu: 2:00pm - 9:00pm Fri: 2:00pm - 7:00pm Sat: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Community Center
(210) 207-3120
COVID-19 Notice

This Senior Nutrition site remains closed due to COVID-19. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:

  • West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
  • District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
  • South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
  • Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
  • District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
  • Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
  • Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
  • Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
  • Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
  • Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

 

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

 

Other resources available to seniors:

  • San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
  • Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
  • Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

This City-operated Senior Nutrition site offers a midday meal and opportunities for socialization, wellness activities, and access to needed services.

Must be a San Antonio resident age 60 or older.

Monday: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Thursday: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Friday: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
(210) 924-4771

City of San Antonio employees operate this part-time Senior Nutrition site which offers a midday meal and opportunities for socialization, wellness activities, and access to needed services for residents age 60 and over.

This program is for Seniors age 60 and older.

Monday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Thursday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Friday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
(210) 928-1818
COVID-19 Notice

This Senior Nutrition site remains closed due to COVID-19. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:

  • West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
  • District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
  • South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
  • Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
  • District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
  • Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
  • Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
  • Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
  • Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
  • Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

 

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

 

Other resources available to seniors:

  • San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
  • Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115

Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

This City-operated Senior Nutrition site offers a midday meal and opportunities for socialization, wellness activities, and access to needed services.

Must be a San Antonio resident age 60 or older.

Monday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Thursday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Friday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
(210) 928-1818
COVID-19 Notice

The HOPE Team is currently assisting with ID recovery on Monday from 9:00-11:00 am at the Downtown Care Hub located in the San Fernando Gym,  319 W Travis St, San Antonio, TX, 78205.

For information about the ID recovery process specific to your situation, you many also call St Mary's University Scool of Law ID recovery hotline: (210) 901-9982

Restore lost or stolen ID through SAPD. Outreach to people who are homeless. May also include food, transportation, or other assistance.

Cost depends on the need. Sometimes free; sometimes document recovery fees apply.

Wed, 8:00-10:00am (This program takes place in the basement of Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church.)
Joe Farris Send email
(210) 508-4210
3.45 miles away, 305 Dora St, San Antonio, TX, 78212 , D1
COVID-19 Notice

This Senior Nutrition site remains closed due to COVID-19. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:

  • West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
  • District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
  • South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
  • Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
  • District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
  • Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
  • Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
  • Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
  • Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
  • Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

 

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

 

Other resources available to seniors:

  • San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
  • Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
  • Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

This City-operated Senior Nutrition site offers a midday meal and opportunities for socialization, wellness activities, and access to needed services.

Must be a San Antonio resident age 60 or older.

Monday : 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Tuesday : 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Wednesday : 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Thursday : 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Friday : 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
(210) 207-1734
COVID-19 Notice

All indoor park facilties, including Lion's Field, are closed due to COVID-19 restricitons.

Cooling station
Mon-Wed: 7:30 am - 9:00 pm Thu: 7:30 am - 10:00 pm Fri: 7:30 am - 7:00 pm Sat - Sun: Closed
Senior Center
(210) 207-5380
COVID-19 Notice

Clinic is open but we are providing curbside assistance only. Call ahead for information on required documents or appointment. When you arrive in parking lot, call clinic from car with your slot number and a clinic staff member will come to your car. Until further notice, we are not seeing children or able to do any labwork.

The Official WIC (Women, Infants, Children) program is available to low to moderate income pregnant women, recently delivered women, breastfeeding women, infants, and children up to age 5 who are at nutrition risk. Fathers can also bring their children to apply for WIC. You may apply for WIC if you are working or unemployed.
Check the Income Guidelines Table to see if you are eligible for WIC.
Vary, call for information
Monday: 7:45 am - 4:30 pm Tuesday: 7:45 am - 4:30 pm Wednesday: 7:45 am - 4:30 pm Thursday: 7:45 am - 7:30 pm Friday: 7:45 am - 12:45 pm 3rd Saturday: 7:45 am - 11:45 am
(210) 207-4742
COVID-19 Notice

This center is now open at reduced capacity (25%) with abbreviated indoor and outside service offerings along with virtual programming. We will continue to work on expanding center activities and ask for your patience.

Meals and food commodities will continue to be provided via curbside pickup and home delivery for members with transportation and mobility challenges.

Morning (7:00 AM – 11:00 AM) and afternoon (1:00 PM – 3:45 PM) recreation time will be available via a reservation process.

Here are a few things you can expect upon returning to your senior center: 

  • Face masks will be required to be worn at all times. 
  • Health screenings and temperature checks will be. conducted prior to gaining entrance into the center. 
  • Physical distancing of 6 feet will be practiced.
  • Reservations will be required to participate in senior center activities.

Please call your senior center to reserve a spot!

Offering San Antonio and Bexar County seniors 60+ comprehensive resource facilities.

Monday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Tuesday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Wednesday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Thursday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Friday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
(210) 207-5650
COVID-19 Notice

This center is now open at reduced capacity (25%) with abbreviated indoor and outside service offerings along with virtual programming. We will continue to work on expanding center activities and ask for your patience.

Meals and food commodities will continue to be provided via curbside pickup and home delivery for members with transportation and mobility challenges.

Morning (7:00 AM – 11:00 AM) and afternoon (1:00 PM – 3:45 PM) recreation time will be available via a reservation process.

Here are a few things you can expect upon returning to your senior center:

  • Face masks will be required to be worn at all times.
  • Health screenings and temperature checks will be conducted prior to gaining entrance into the center.
  • Physical distancing of 6 feet will be practiced.
  • Reservations will be required to participate in senior center activities.

Please call your senior center to reserve a spot!

Offering San Antonio and Bexar County seniors 60+ comprehensive resource facilities.

Monday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Tuesday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Wednesday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Thursday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Friday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
(210) 207-4590
COVID-19 Notice

To limit the spread of COIVID-19, this center has been closed until further notice.

The NXT Level Youth Opportunity Center, managed by the City’s Department of Human Services in coordination with Goodwill and Communities in Schools, assists young adults (16-24) disengaged youth with the steps necessary to go back to school or find a job related to their interest NXT Level is a City of San Antonio program partnered with Communities in Schools (CIS) and Goodwill Industries. The program serves young adults between the ages of 16 and 24 who are disconnected from education, work, and major societal support systems. We are committed to providing a safe space where every 16 to 24 year old achieves their personal, educational, and/or career goals. We connect each participant with a life and education/career coach. Coaches offer on-going case management, counseling, life skills, and referrals to community partners with demonstrated success.
Anyone between the ages of 16-24 who resides in San Antonio qualifies for the services and can either schedule an appointment or walk in to meet with a NXT Level coach.
Free
Mon-Fri, 10:00am-7:00pm
Nina Villalta - Community Services Specialist Send email
(210) 207-1729
"Our City Cares” funding is allocated by City Council to assist San Antonio residents with short term child care during an emergency or extenuating circumstance. For more information regarding Homeless Child Care please call 210.230.6343.
Applicant must meet one of these four criteria to be eligible for services: 1. Be at risk of losing permanent housing (eviction) due to loss of work or household income, or medical emergency. 2. Be a victim of domestic violence. 3. Suddenly become a guardian of a child or children due to the death, abandonment, and/or incarceration of parents. 4. Have extenuating circumstances that impact negatively on or disrupt an individual’s ability to obtain or maintain stable childcare services, such as but not limited to, residential fire, natural disaster, emergency medical treatment and/or hospitalization. In all cases, the applicant must provide supporting documentation and proof of residency within a city council district to be eligible. You may also call 211 for possible emergency child care services through United Way.
Based on funding availability, Our City Cares may be able to provide 2-3 weeks of care.
(210) 230-6300
(800) 204-7905
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

The Palm Heights Community Center offers a wide variety of programming, including youth sports leagues, arts and crafts, table games, nutrition education, dance, music and more.
Mon-Thu: 2:00pm - 9:00pm Fri: 2:00pm - 7:00pm Sat: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Community Center
(210) 207-3099
Project Cool is a citywide initiative to provide senior citizens and individuals with disabilities relief from extreme summer temperatures that claim lives and hospitalize hundreds of San Antonians each year. By providing 20-inch box fans as an alternative to air conditioning, Project Cool also reduces utility costs for those living on a fixed income. Project Cool is a collaborative effort of the City of San Antonio (Human Services, Fire Department), the Archdiocese of San Antonio (Catholic Charities), United Way of San Antonio & Bexar County, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, and community and corporate partners. Donations of 20-inch box fans can be dropped off at this location Mon-Fri, 10:00am-2:00pm.
This program is for seniors (age 60+) and individuals with disabilities who reside in San Antonio and surrounding areas.
Free
(210) 207-5300
Project Cool is a citywide initiative to provide senior citizens and individuals with disabilities relief from extreme summer temperatures that claim lives and hospitalize hundreds of San Antonians each year. By providing 20-inch box fans as an alternative to air conditioning, Project Cool also reduces utility costs for those living on a fixed income. Project Cool is a collaborative effort of the City of San Antonio (Human Services, Fire Department), the Archdiocese of San Antonio (Catholic Charities), United Way of San Antonio & Bexar County, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, and community and corporate partners. Donations of 20-inch box fans can be dropped off at this location Mon-Fri, 10:00am-2:00pm.
This program is for seniors (age 60+) and individuals with disabilities who reside in San Antonio and surrounding areas.
Free
(210) 431-4425
Project Cool is a citywide initiative to provide senior citizens and individuals with disabilities relief from extreme summer temperatures that claim lives and hospitalize hundreds of San Antonians each year. By providing 20-inch box fans as an alternative to air conditioning, Project Cool also reduces utility costs for those living on a fixed income. Project Cool is a collaborative effort of the City of San Antonio (Human Services, Fire Department), the Archdiocese of San Antonio (Catholic Charities), United Way of San Antonio & Bexar County, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, and community and corporate partners. Donations of 20-inch box fans can be dropped off at this location Mon-Fri, 10:00am-2:00pm.
This program is for seniors (age 60+) and individuals with disabilities who reside in San Antonio and surrounding areas.
Free
(210) 207-1760
Project Cool is a citywide initiative to provide senior citizens and individuals with disabilities relief from extreme summer temperatures that claim lives and hospitalize hundreds of San Antonians each year. By providing 20-inch box fans as an alternative to air conditioning, Project Cool also reduces utility costs for those living on a fixed income. Project Cool is a collaborative effort of the City of San Antonio (Human Services, Fire Department), the Archdiocese of San Antonio (Catholic Charities), United Way of San Antonio & Bexar County, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, and community and corporate partners. Donations of 20-inch box fans can be dropped off at this location Mon-Fri, 10:00am-2:00pm.
This program is for seniors (age 60+) and individuals with disabilities who reside in San Antonio and surrounding areas.
Free
(210) 207-8894
COVID-19 Notice

The community center is temporarily closed and all programs are halted until further notice.

The Ramirez Community Center offers a wide variety of programming, including youth sports leagues, arts and crafts, table games, nutrition education, dance, music and more.
Mon-Thu: 2:00pm - 9:00pm Fri: 2:00pm - 7:00pm Sat: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Community Center
(210) 921-0681
COVID-19 Notice

CafeCollege is offering phone and virtual advising or college access services in our community during our mandated closure. Advising will be available during our normal open hours: Tues-Thurs 8:00am -7:00pm, Fri-Sat 8:00am- 5:00pm. Please complete an advising request form and an advisor will follow up with you.

The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
Clark High School
(210) 397-5150
COVID-19 Notice

COVID-19 Notice: CafeCollege is offering phone and virtual advising or college access services in our community during our mandated closure. Advising will be available during our normal open hours: Tues-Thurs 8:00am -7:00pm, Fri-Sat 8:00am- 5:00pm. Please complete an advising request form and an advisor will follow up with you.

The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
Douglas MacArthur High School
(210) 356-7600
COVID-19 Notice

COVID-19 Notice: CafeCollege is offering phone and virtual advising or college access services in our community during our mandated closure. Advising will be available during our normal open hours: Tues-Thurs 8:00am -7:00pm, Fri-Sat 8:00am- 5:00pm. Please complete an advising request form and an advisor will follow up with you.

The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
Fox Technical High School
(210) 738-9730
COVID-19 Notice

COVID-19 Notice: CafeCollege is offering phone and virtual advising or college access services in our community during our mandated closure. Advising will be available during our normal open hours: Tues-Thurs 8:00am -7:00pm, Fri-Sat 8:00am- 5:00pm. Please complete an advising request form and an advisor will follow up with you.

The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
GW Brackenridge High School
(210) 228-1200
COVID-19 Notice

COVID-19 Notice: CafeCollege is offering phone and virtual advising or college access services in our community during our mandated closure. Advising will be available during our normal open hours: Tues-Thurs 8:00am -7:00pm, Fri-Sat 8:00am- 5:00pm. Please complete an advising request form and an advisor will follow up with you.

The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
Harlandale High School
(210) 989-1000
COVID-19 Notice

COVID-19 Notice: CafeCollege is offering phone and virtual advising or college access services in our community during our mandated closure. Advising will be available during our normal open hours: Tues-Thurs 8:00am -7:00pm, Fri-Sat 8:00am- 5:00pm. Please complete an advising request form and an advisor will follow up with you.

The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
Highlands High School
(210) 438-6800
12.52 miles away, 5005 Stahl Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78247 , D10
COVID-19 Notice

COVID-19 Notice: CafeCollege is offering phone and virtual advising or college access services in our community during our mandated closure. Advising will be available during our normal open hours: Tues-Thurs 8:00am -7:00pm, Fri-Sat 8:00am- 5:00pm. Please complete an advising request form and an advisor will follow up with you.

The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
James Madison High School
(210) 356-1400
COVID-19 Notice

COVID-19 Notice: CafeCollege is offering phone and virtual advising or college access services in our community during our mandated closure. Advising will be available during our normal open hours: Tues-Thurs 8:00am -7:00pm, Fri-Sat 8:00am- 5:00pm. Please complete an advising request form and an advisor will follow up with you.

The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
John F Kennedy High School
(210) 444-8040
COVID-19 Notice

COVID-19 Notice: CafeCollege is offering phone and virtual advising or college access services in our community during our mandated closure. Advising will be available during our normal open hours: Tues-Thurs 8:00am -7:00pm, Fri-Sat 8:00am- 5:00pm. Please complete an advising request form and an advisor will follow up with you.

The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
John Jay High School
(210) 397-2700
COVID-19 Notice

COVID-19 Notice: CafeCollege is offering phone and virtual advising or college access services in our community during our mandated closure. Advising will be available during our normal open hours: Tues-Thurs 8:00am -7:00pm, Fri-Sat 8:00am- 5:00pm. Please complete an advising request form and an advisor will follow up with you.

The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
John Marshall High School
(210) 397-7100
COVID-19 Notice

COVID-19 Notice: CafeCollege is offering phone and virtual advising or college access services in our community during our mandated closure. Advising will be available during our normal open hours: Tues-Thurs 8:00am -7:00pm, Fri-Sat 8:00am- 5:00pm. Please complete an advising request form and an advisor will follow up with you.

The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
LEE High School
(210) 356-0800
2.44 miles away, 1002 Edwards, San Antonio, TX, 78204 , D5
COVID-19 Notice

COVID-19 Notice: CafeCollege is offering phone and virtual advising or college access services in our community during our mandated closure. Advising will be available during our normal open hours: Tues-Thurs 8:00am -7:00pm, Fri-Sat 8:00am- 5:00pm. Please complete an advising request form and an advisor will follow up with you.

The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
Luther Burbank High School
(210) 228-1210
COVID-19 Notice

COVID-19 Notice: CafeCollege is offering phone and virtual advising or college access services in our community during our mandated closure. Advising will be available during our normal open hours: Tues-Thurs 8:00am -7:00pm, Fri-Sat 8:00am- 5:00pm. Please complete an advising request form and an advisor will follow up with you.

The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
Mc Collum High School
(210) 989-1500
COVID-19 Notice

COVID-19 Notice: CafeCollege is offering phone and virtual advising or college access services in our community during our mandated closure. Advising will be available during our normal open hours: Tues-Thurs 8:00am -7:00pm, Fri-Sat 8:00am- 5:00pm. Please complete an advising request form and an advisor will follow up with you.

The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP
(210) 207-4766
Memorial High School Send email
(210) 444-8300
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The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
Oliver Wendell Holmes High School
(210) 397-7000
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The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
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Sam Houston High School (210) 207-4766
(210) 978-7900
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The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
Sidney Lanier High School
(210) 978-7910
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The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders. Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
South San Antonio High School
(210) 977-7225
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The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
Southside High School
(210) 882-1606
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The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
Southwest High School
(210) 622-4500
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The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
Theodore Roosevelt High School
(210) 356-2200
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The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
Thomas Edison High School
(210) 738-9720
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The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
Thomas Jefferson High School
(210) 438-6570
14.72 miles away, 11600 FM 471, San Antonio, TX, 78253 , D6
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The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP Send email
(210) 207-4766
William H Taft High School
(210) 397-6000
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The City of San Antonio provides scholarship assistance through the San Antonio Education Partnership (SAEP) at participating colleges and universities. The overall goal of the San Antonio Education Partnership is to close the college graduation gap in San Antonio by assisting students with graduating from high school, enrolling in college, and receiving a college degree and/or certificate, leading to a creation of a more educated citizenry to improve the city’s future economic prospects. The scholarship is available at 25 high schools in 8 school districts. The program is successful because of the unique partnership that unites students, schools, local colleges and universities, business, civic, and government leaders.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: • Sign the Student Commitment to College form • Graduate with an overall 95% attendance rate • Graduate with an overall 80% grade average • Graduate from a participating high school • Demonstrate financial need (FAFSA or TASFA required) • Enroll full-time at a participating college or university
Scholarship Awards: • Community College - $300/semester • Public University - $425/semester • Private University - $750/semester
Mon–Fri, 8:00am–5:00pm
SAEP
(210) 207-4766
Winston Churchill High School Send email
(210) 356-0000
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
The age requirement for our Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership (EHS-CCP) Program is 6 weeks – 35 months of age. The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
(210) 438-6530
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
(210) 738-9770
3.91 miles away, 3300 Ruiz St, San Antonio, TX, 78228 , D5
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
Ages 3-5. (Children must be 3 years old on or before September 1 of the current school year.)
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
(210) 978-7965
3.09 miles away, 225 Arizona, San Antonio, TX, 78207 , D5
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services
The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
(210) 978-7970
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
(210) 978-7975
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
(210) 738-9810
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
Ages 3-5. (Children must be 3 years old on or before September 1 of the current school year.)
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
(210) 228-3320
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
(210) 978-7985
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
(210) 438-6580
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family. Our Early Head Start-Childcare Partnership (EHS-CCP) Program recruits families receiving Child Care Services (CCS). Often times, CCS requires a co-payment, and families are responsible for paying their own co-payment directly to each child care center.
(210) 438-6855
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services
The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
(210) 438-6545
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
(210) 978-7950
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
(210) 228-3365
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
Ages 3-5. (Children must be 3 years old on or before September 1 of the current school year.)
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
(210) 444-8250
Mission: Preparing children and engaging families for school readiness and life-long success. Vision: For every child and every family, the best Head Start Services every day. The DHS Head Start Program ensures that all program participating children have equal opportunities that gain future success in school readiness and life expectations. Two education service providers operate direct Head Start services in numerous center locations throughout the Edgewood and San Antonio Independent School Districts. The program contracts with additional support service providers to deliver medical, dental and mental wellness services to children and families.
The age requirement for our Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership (EHS-CCP) Program is 6 weeks – 35 months of age. The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family. Our Early Head Start-Childcare Partnership (EHS-CCP) Program recruits families receiving Child Care Services (CCS). Often times, CCS requires a co-payment, and families are responsible for paying their own co-payment directly to each child care center.
Mon-Fri, 7:45am-4:30pm
(210) 206-5500
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
(210) 438-6550
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
(210) 438-6555
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
(210) 438-6830
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
(210) 978-7990
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
The age requirement for our Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership (EHS-CCP) Program is 6 weeks – 35 months of age. The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family. Our Early Head Start-Childcare Partnership (EHS-CCP) Program recruits families receiving Child Care Services (CCS). Often times, CCS requires a co-payment, and families are responsible for paying their own co-payment directly to each child care center.
(210) 438-6865
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district
Ages 3-5. (Children must be 3 years old on or before September 1 of the current school year.)
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
(210) 444-7900
2.73 miles away, 925 Gulf, San Antonio, TX, 78202 , D2
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family.
(210) 738-9835
Head Start children receive specialized quality education and comprehensive social services that provide opportunities for our children to learn and succeed when they enter kindergarten. Education and disability: • Individualized teaching • Low child/staff ratios • Structured routines and schedules • School readiness skills • Culturally diverse • Services for children with disabilities • Screenings and ongoing assessments • Individualized activities • Inclusive classrooms • Parent advocacy and training Health: • Medical and dental case management • Staff certified in first aid & CPR • Clean and safe environments • On site dental exams and fluoride varnish • Hearing and vision screenings • Indoor/outdoor physical development Nutrition: • Healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks • Menus developed by registered dietitians Family support: • Parent engagement activities and leadership opportunities • Supporting families to meet their need and achieve goals • Community resources and services • School district transportation may be available
The age requirement for our Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership (EHS-CCP) Program is 6 weeks – 35 months of age. The age requirement for our Head Start Prekindergarten Program is three years old on or before September 1.
Head Start is a federally funded program provided at no cost for qualifying families. We provide education, health and dental screenings, nutrition, family support, and training services for your family. Our Early Head Start-Childcare Partnership (EHS-CCP) Program recruits families receiving Child Care Services (CCS). Often times, CCS requires a co-payment, and families are responsible for paying their own co-payment directly to each child care center.
(210) 738-9740
Senior transportation service is available at all City-operated Senior Centers.
Seniors enrolled at any of the City-operated Senior Centers and live within a five-mile radius of the center may qualify for morning pick-up and afternoon drop-off to and from the Senior Center.
This service is offered free of charge.
Mon-Fri, 7:45am-4:30pm, except City holidays For Senior Center Transportation call (210) 207-7172. For Medical Appointment Transportation call the Alamo Service Connection at (210) 477-3275.
Senior transportation service is available at all City-operated Senior Centers.
Seniors enrolled at any of the City-operated Senior Centers and live within a five-mile radius of the center may qualify for morning pick-up and afternoon drop-off to and from the Senior Center.
This service is offered free of charge.
Mon-Fri, 7:45am-4:30pm, except City holidays For Senior Center Transportation call (210) 207-7172. For Medical Appointment Transportation call the Alamo Service Connection at (210) 477-3275.
(210) 207-5300
Senior transportation service is available at all city-operated Senior Centers.
Seniors enrolled at any of the City-operated Senior Centers and live within a five-mile radius of the center may qualify for morning pick-up and afternoon drop-off to and from the Senior Center.
This service is offered free of charge.
Mon-Fri, 7:45am-4:30pm, except City holidays For Senior Center Transportation call (210) 207-7172. For Medical Appointment Transportation call the Alamo Service Connection at (210) 477-3275.
(210) 207-5390
Senior transportation service is available at all city-operated Senior Centers.
Seniors enrolled at any of the City-operated Senior Centers and live within a five-mile radius of the center may qualify for morning pick-up and afternoon drop-off to and from the Senior Center.
This service is offered free of charge.
Mon-Fri, 7:45am-4:30pm, except City holidays For Senior Center Transportation call (210) 207-7172. For Medical Appointment Transportation call the Alamo Service Connection at (210) 477-3275.
(210) 207-5270
Senior transportation service is available at all City-operated Senior Centers.
Seniors enrolled at any of the City-operated Senior Centers and live within a five-mile radius of the center may qualify for morning pick-up and afternoon drop-off to and from the Senior Center.
This service is offered free of charge.
Mon-Fri, 7:45am-4:30pm, except City holidays For Senior Center Transportation call (210) 207-7172. For Medical Appointment Transportation call the Alamo Service Connection at (210) 477-3275.
(210) 780-7444
Senior transportation service is available at all City-operated Senior Centers.
Seniors enrolled at any of the City-operated Senior Centers and live within a five-mile radius of the center may qualify for morning pick-up and afternoon drop-off to and from the Senior Center.
This service is offered free of charge.
Mon-Fri, 7:45am-4:30pm, except City holidays For Senior Center Transportation call (210) 207-7172. For Medical Appointment Transportation call the Alamo Service Connection at (210) 477-3275.
(210) 207-5650
Senior transportation service is available at all City-operated Senior Centers.
Seniors enrolled at any of the City-operated Senior Centers and live within a five-mile radius of the center may qualify for morning pick-up and afternoon drop-off to and from the Senior Center.
This service is offered free of charge.
Mon-Fri, 7:45am-4:30pm, except City holidays For Senior Center Transportation call (210) 207-7172. For Medical Appointment Transportation call the Alamo Service Connection at (210) 477-3275.
(210) 207-4590
Senior transportation service is available at all City-operated Senior Centers.
Seniors enrolled at any of the City-operated Senior Centers and live within a five-mile radius of the center may qualify for morning pick-up and afternoon drop-off to and from the Senior Center.
This service is offered free of charge.
Mon-Fri, 7:45am-4:30pm, except City holidays For Senior Center Transportation call (210) 207-7172. For Medical Appointment Transportation call the Alamo Service Connection at (210) 477-3275.
(210) 207-1760
Senior transportation service is available at all City-operated Senior Centers.
Seniors enrolled at any of the City-operated Senior Centers and live within a five-mile radius of the center may qualify for morning pick-up and afternoon drop-off to and from the Senior Center.
This service is offered free of charge.
Mon-Fri, 7:45am-4:30pm, except City holidays For Senior Center Transportation call (210) 207-7172. For Medical Appointment Transportation call the Alamo Service Connection at (210) 477-3275.
(210) 207-1720
Senior transportation service is available at all city-operated Senior Centers.
Seniors enrolled at any of the City-operated Senior Centers and live within a five-mile radius of the center may qualify for morning pick-up and afternoon drop-off to and from the Senior Center.
This service is offered free of charge.
Mon-Fri, 7:45am-4:30pm, except City holidays For Senior Center Transportation call (210) 207-7172. For Medical Appointment Transportation call the Alamo Service Connection at (210) 477-3275.
(210) 207-5294
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 558-0178
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouses
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 655-5473
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 432-5554
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 207-5300
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 270-0355
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouses
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 207-5239
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouses
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 333-0414
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouses
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 655-7451
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouses
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 207-5390
2.13 miles away, 2701 S Presa, San Antonio, TX, 78210 , D5

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of:

  • Companionship
  • Nutrition Education
  • Basic Health Screenings
  • Social Services
  • Outreach activities
  • Recreation and Dance
  • Computer Classes*
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Exercise Classes*
  • Transportation*

*Not available at all centers.

Age 60+ and spouse

Free

(210) 207-5270
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 780-7444
1.37 miles away, 1023 N Pine, San Antonio, TX, 78202 , D2
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouses
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 224-2351
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 927-9328
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 477-6337
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 434-0131
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouses
Free
Mon-Fri, 10:00 am-11:45am
(210) 225-2645
COVID-19 Notice

While this Senior Nutrition site remains closed due to COVID-19, seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:

  • West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
  • District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
  • South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
  • Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
  • District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
  • Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
  • Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
  • Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
  • Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
  • Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:

  • San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
  • Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
  • Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of:

  • Companionship
  • Nutrition Education
  • Basic Health Screenings
  • Social Services
  • Outreach activities
  • Recreation and Dance
  • Computer Classes*
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Exercise Classes*
  • Transportation*

    *Not available at all centers.

Age 60+ & spouse

Free

(210) 924-4771
COVID-19 Notice

While this Senior Nutrition site remains closed due to COVID-19, seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:

  • West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
  • District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
  • South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
  • Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
  • District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
  • Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
  • Alicia Trevino Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
  • Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
  • Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
  • Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:

  • San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
  • Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
  • Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of:

  • Companionship
  • Nutrition Education
  • Basic Health Screenings
  • Social Services
  • Outreach activities
  • Recreation and Dance
  • Computer Classes*
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Exercise Classes*
  • Transportation*

    *Not available at all centers.

Age 60+ and spouses

Free

(210) 928-1818
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:

  • West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
  • District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390\South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760\Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
  • District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
  • Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
  • Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
  • Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
  • Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
  • Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:

  • San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
  • Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
  • Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of:

  • Companionship
  • Nutrition Education
  • Basic Health Screenings
  • Social Services
  • Outreach activities
  • Recreation and Dance
  • Computer Classes*
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Exercise Classes*
  • Transportation*

    *Not available at all centers.

Age 60+ and spouses

Free

Wednesday: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
(210) 226-8268
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* * (not available at all centers)
Age 60+ & spouses
Free
Mon-Fri: 9:00am-1:00pm
(210) 207-1734
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouses
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 946-3900
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 431-7400
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouses
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 824-6001
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 207-5650
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 207-4590
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 522-0440
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouses
Free
(210) 477-6404
1.46 miles away, 1321 El Paso, San Antonio, TX, 78207 , D5
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 223-5738
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 674-7847
0.71 miles away, 400 N Frio, San Antonio, TX, 78207 , D5
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 224-0442
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 207-3099
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouses
Free
Call Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5:30pm for program hours and other details.
(210) 477-6416
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouses
Free
Call Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5:30pm for program hours and other details.
(210) 477-6417
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 534-5380
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 733-8300
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 337-6925
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:

  • West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
  • District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
  • South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
  • Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
  • District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
  • Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
  • Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
  • Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
  • Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
  • Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:

  • San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
  • Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
  • Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of:

  • Companionship
  • Nutrition Education
  • Basic Health Screenings
  • Social Services
  • Outreach activities
  • Recreation and Dance
  • Computer Classes*
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Exercise Classes*
  • Transportation*

*Not available at all centers.

Age 60+ & spouses

Free

Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 226-3536
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 733-0665
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouses
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 352-2000
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(830) 429-3442
5.45 miles away, 503 Lovett, San Antonio, TX, 78211 , D4
COVID-19 Notice

While this Senior Nutrition site remains closed due to COVID-19, seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:

  • West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
  • District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
  • South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
  • Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
  • District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
  • Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
  • Alicia Trevino Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
  • Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
  • Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
  • Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:

  • San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
  • Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
  • Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of:

  • Companionship
  • Nutrition Education
  • Basic Health Screenings
  • Social Services
  • Outreach activities
  • Recreation and Dance
  • Computer Classes*
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Exercise Classes*
  • Transportation*

    *Not available at all centers.

Age 60+ and spouse

Free

(210) 924-4691
COVID-19 Notice

While this Senior Nutrition site remains closed due to COVID-19, seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:

  • West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
  • District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
  • South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
  • Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
  • District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
  • Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
  • Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
  • Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
  • Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
  • Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:

  • San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
  • Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
  • Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of:

  • Companionship
  • Nutrition Education
  • Basic Health Screenings
  • Social Services
  • Outreach activities
  • Recreation and Dance
  • Computer Classes*
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Exercise Classes*
  • Transportation*

*Not available at all centers.

Age 60+ and spouses

Free

(210) 207-1760
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 924-5252
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 478-5017
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 432-4477
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouses
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 670-1800
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouses
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 532-4777
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 477-6462
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 477-6325
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 675-2123
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* * Seniors enrolled at any of the City-operated Senior Centers and live within a five-mile radius of the center may qualify for morning pick-up and afternoon drop-off to and from the Senior Center.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Mon-Fri, 7:00am-4:00pm
Maribel Ochoa - Nutrition Site Coordinator Send email
(210) 207-1720
Vanessa Jimenez - Senior Center Manager Send email
(210) 207-1720
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* *Not available at all centers.
Age 60+ & spouse
Free
Call for program hours and other details.
(210) 207-5294
COVID-19 Notice

This Senior Nutrition site remains closed due to COVID-19. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:

  • West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
  • District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
  • South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
  • Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
  • District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
  • Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
  • Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
  • Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
  • Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
  • Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

 

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

 

Other resources available to seniors:

  • San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
  • Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
  • Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

This City-operated Senior Nutrition site offers a midday meal and opportunities for socialization, wellness activities, and access to needed services.

Must be a San Antonio resident age 60 or older.

Monday : 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Tuesday : 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Wednesday : 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Thursday : 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Friday : 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
(210) 924-4691
COVID-19 Notice

This center is now open at reduced capacity (25%) with abbreviated indoor and outside service offerings along with virtual programming. We will continue to work on expanding center activities and ask for your patience.

Meals and food commodities will continue to be provided via curbside pickup and home delivery for members with transportation and mobility challenges.

Morning (7:00 AM – 11:00 AM) and afternoon (1:00 PM – 3:45 PM) recreation time will be available via a reservation process.

Here are a few things you can expect upon returning to your senior center:

  • Face masks will be required to be worn at all times.
  • Health screenings and temperature checks will be conducted prior to gaining entrance into the center.
  • Physical distancing of 6 feet will be practiced.
  • Reservations will be required to participate in senior center activities.

Please call your senior center to reserve a spot!

Offering San Antonio and Bexar County seniors 60+ comprehensive resource facilities.

Monday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Tuesday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Wednesday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Thursday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Friday:-7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
(210) 207-1760
Located in parking garage at corner of S. St Mary's and Travis.
Public bathrooms open 6am to 10pm daily.

High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.

Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.

Meals are usually served around 11:30 AM and snacks at 3:00 PM.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
3.45 miles away, 305 Dora St, San Antonio, TX, 78212 , D1
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
3.28 miles away, 121 Avenue M, San Antonio, TX, 78212 , D1
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
11.81 miles away, 13842 O'Connor, San Antonio, TX, 78233 , D10
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.
High-quality meals similar to those served during the school year by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs are offered free for youngsters ages 18 and under at this site.
Children do not have to be registered at the site in order to participate in the Food Program.
Meals are usually served around 11:30 a.m. and snacks at 3:00 p.m.