San Antonio Community Resource Directory
The Salvation Army (Nonprofit / Christian)
The Salvation Army is known for helping those in need. The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. Our programs address critical needs across our community. Many of these programs operate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
For 130 years The Salvation Army has served the San Antonio community through eliminating food insecurity and offering shelter for men, women, and families requiring emergency housing resulting from difficult life circumstances or natural disasters. Our Permanent Supportive and Rapid Rehousing programs have contributed to the priority of decreasing the Chronic Homeless population. The Salvation Army Homelessness Prevention programs offer additional rental; utility; and food pantry assistance. Aligning with the local commitment to reduce Veteran homelessness, various supportive services are available for Veterans and their families. Ensuring that Seniors remain active participants in the community, programs are available at several locations to encourage adequate nutrition; wellness; arts/culture and socialization activities. The Peacock Boys and Girls Club serves children with after-school care; out of school summer programs; and camp experiences. All our services are provided in a compassionate and nurturing environment to restore hope and dignity.
Major Rob Webb - Area Commander Send email
(210) 352-2000
Major Carolynn Webb - Area Commander
0.77 miles away, 226 Nolan St, San Antonio, TX, 78202 , D2
Dave Coy Men’s Shelter provides emergency shelter and transitional housing opportunities for up to 131 men experiencing chronic homelessness and/or lack a stable housing environment. Participants receive three meals daily and work with a case manager to identify and coordinate available educational and career development opportunities and other resources to facilitate greater independence and self-sufficiency. The facility is alcohol, smoke, and drug-free.
Men 18 years and older Apply in person or by phone to receive services. Documents Required: valid photo identification, verification of employment (if employed), completed intake applications accepted at the front registration desk, breathalyzer administered upon entry, call for more information.
Fees may apply; call for information
Open for check-in: 3:00 pm– 8:00 pm, 7 days a week
Colin Maclean Send email
(210) 226-2291
The shelter provides immediate, short-term housing for women and families experiencing homelessness. The objective is to move these individuals and families from crisis to stability with emergency shelter. Rooms come available most days on a first-come, first-served basis.
Women, mothers and children, and intact families. (Couples must show marriage certificate.)
Intake: Mon-Fri, 3:00-6:00pm

(210) 352-2046
The Goslinowski Social Services Center provides assistance to individuals and families in a crisis situation to meet their basic and emergency needs in order to prevent homelessness. Services include utility, and food assistance.
Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5:00pm
Kaitlyn R
(210) 352-2020
Services provided to qualifying veterans and their families: • Outreach engagement and admissions • Case management and housing planning • Homeless prevention services (rental and utility assistance) • Transportation • Hygiene items • Men, women and family shelter services Qualifying veterans can also receive assistance at the Dave Coy Men’s Shelter, 226 Nolan St.
Qualifications • Proof of service • Honorable and dishonorable discharge • Veterans, dependents and spouse, and surviving spouse • Homeless or facing homelessness For more information or community agency referrals, call (210) 352-2020 or visit the Texas Veterans Commission website.
Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5:00pm

(210) 352-2020
Mission Corps, one of three Salvation Army Churches in San Antonio, provides a safe environment for youth to hang out and have fun in gym and game room.
Youth, ages 6-18
Wednesday: 5:30-6:30, Children’s Programs, ages 6-12 Thursday: 6:30, Teen Time, ages 13-18 Saturday: Teen Drop-in, twice a month, ages 13-18
Dante Salgado Send email
(210) 390-1119
For over 50 years, The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs have offered programs and services that exemplify and actively practice Christian principles. This is done in a way that causes recipients of our services to learn to admire the values, ethics and skills presented, and incorporate them into their own lives. To reach today’s young people and their families in a non-threatening way, our Clubs create an accepting, positive and challenging environment where young people of every background, circumstance, race, creed and religion feel welcomed. As part of the Salvation Army’s family and services, this program is offered to the poorest and neediest among us. • Education and Career Development • Character and Leadership Development • Health and Life Skills • The Arts • Sports, Fitness and Recreation • Spiritual Development
Summer program: ages 5-17 Mandatory Parent Orientations on May 6, 13, 20 & 27 at 6 pm (attend one)
Summer program: $25 registration fee and $50 weekly fee (9 weeks)
Summer 2019 program June 10 - August 9, 7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Patrick Mouton - Director Send email
(210) 736-5102
The ARC is a holistic rehabilitation center comprised of religious activities, work therapy, educational classes (spiritual, emotional, financial, life skills, and addiction) as well as recreational therapy. Also work with community resources to assist our participants with any medical needs they may have.
Every potential participant undergoes a comprehensive intake interview to ensure the ARC program is the best possible match for them. If the interview process determines it’s not, we’ll make every effort to refer them to a program that will be. A long-term commitment of at least six months is required so patterns of poor decision-making can be broken and replaced with positive life choices – changes that will help them become productive citizens of their community.
Free
Timothy Farrell Send email
(210) 223-6877
0.81 miles away, 920 N Flores, San Antonio, TX, 78212 , D1
Offer programs and activities for older adults, age 60+, that address the nutritional, social, emotional and health and well-being of participants. A nutritional, hot meal is served on weekdays through the city's Comprehensive Nutrition Program. Programming also includes monthly food distribution, games, arts and crafts, fitness and exercise, health screenings, special events and field trips.
Mon-Fri, 8:00 am-2:00 pm

(210) 352-2020
Provides case management, life skills training, spiritual healing, employment assistance, educational guidance and other supportive services
Unaccompanied youth ages 18 to 24
Stella Garcia - Program Director
(210) 352-2020