San Antonio Community Resource Directory
Alamo Community Group (Nonprofit)
Alamo Community Group (ACG) is a private, nonprofit, 501(c)3 organization that develops, owns and manages quality affordable housing in a community environment that promotes resident education, self-sufficiency, leadership and volunteerism through successful partnerships.
Alamo Community Group (ACG) owns and operates 10 affordable multi-family housing communities in Bexar County with special emphasis on resident support and community development. ACG provides on-site educational and community building programs at each of its individual communities through a dedicated Learning Center with Computer Technology Labs and a full-time professional resident coordinator. These programs and services allow residents the opportunity to take advantage of educational and asset building activities without the barriers of time and transportation.
Mon-Fri, 9:00am-5:00pm
(210) 731-8030
Tina Aranda - Deputy Director Send email
(210) 731-8030
Ms Emily - Administrative Assistant
(210) 731-8030
Affordable Housing-Babcock North- Babcock North offers both traditional two-story apartment homes, as well as garden-style one-story apartment homes. Located on San Antonio’s Northwest side near USAA and the South Texas Medical Center, these one, two, and three bedroom apartment homes offer a great neighborhood feel. Resident programming is provided through an on-site Community Learning Center. Each center is professionally staffed with a full-time Resident Coordinator. Services are offered year-round and include Leadership Development and Education for adults and youth, Pathways Youth Program, Community Wellness and Financial Literacy.
This program is open to the general public.
Free
Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5:30pm

(210) 690-1460
The Calcasieu Building was built in 1914 by the renowned Atlee B. Ayres architect and is currently on the National Register of Historic Places. Here you will find newly renovated efficiencies & one bedroom apartment homes.
This program is open to the general public.
Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5:30pm

(210) 472-1262
Castleridge is nestled in the northwest part of San Antonio along Hwy 151 and Loop 410. This unique community offers all 2 bedroom apartment homes. Resident programming is provided through an on-site Community Learning Center. Each center is professionally staffed with a full-time Resident Coordinator. Services are offered year-round and include Leadership Development and Education for adults and youth, Pathways Youth Program, Community Wellness and Financial Literacy.
This program is open to the general public.
Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5:30pm

(210) 675-0700
Discover the welcoming and friendly atmosphere of Cypress Cove Apartments. A cozy community nestled in the North West section of San Antonio, only minutes from Ingram Park Mall and convenient to Medical Center. Resident programming is provided through an on-site Community Learning Center. Each center is professionally staffed with a full-time Resident Coordinator. Services are offered year-round and include Leadership Development and Education for adults and youth, Pathways Youth Program, Community Wellness and Financial Literacy.
This program is open to the general public.

(210) 684-6882
Springfield Manor is located in Kirby, adjacent to San Antonio’s east side. This unique community offers garden style one-story apartment homes with a great community feel. Resident programming is provided through an on-site Community Learning Center. Each center is professionally staffed with a full-time Resident Coordinator. Services are offered year-round and include Leadership Development and Education for adults and youth, Pathways Youth Program, Community Wellness and Financial Literacy.
This program is open to the general public.
Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5:30pm

(210) 661-2388
The Meadows at Bentley Drive is a beautiful multifamily housing complex located on San Antonio’s northeast side just off of Walzem Road. This community offers one, two and three bedroom apartment homes. Resident programming is provided through an on-site Community Learning Center. Each center is professionally staffed with a full-time Resident Coordinator. Services are offered year-round and include Leadership Development and Education for adults and youth, Pathways Youth Program, Community Wellness and Financial Literacy.
This program is open to the general public.
Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5:30pm

(210) 653-7799
Thompson Place is located in the southwest part of San Antonio off of Hwy 90 and General McMullen. This community offers unique one-bedroom two-story town home floor plans, as well as 2 and 3 bedroom apartment homes. Resident programming is provided through an on-site Community Learning Center. Each center is professionally staffed with a full-time Resident Coordinator. Services are offered year-round and include Leadership Development and Education for adults and youth, Pathways Youth Program, Community Wellness and Financial Literacy.
This program is open to the general public.
Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5:30pm

(210) 434-9911
9.86 miles away, 500 Tomar Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78227 , D4
Western Hills is located on the northwest side of San Antonio just off Loop 410, near Lackland Air Force Base. This unique community offers garden style one-story apartment homes with a great community feel. Resident programming is provided through an on-site Community Learning Center. Each center is professionally staffed with a full-time Resident Coordinator. Services are offered year-round and include Leadership Development and Education for adults and youth, Pathways Youth Program, Community Wellness and Financial Literacy.
This program is open to the general public.
Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5:30pm

(210) 674-4111
Woodland Ridge serves the city’s near northwest side and is situated in the Southwest Texas Medical Center area. Come discover the friendly atmosphere of the Woodland Ridge Apartments. Resident programming is provided through an on-site Community Learning Center. Each center is professionally staffed with a full-time Resident Coordinator. Services are offered year-round and include Leadership Development and Education for adults and youth, Pathways Youth Program, Community Wellness and Financial Literacy.
This program is open to the general public.
Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5:30pm

(210) 614-2505
Alamo Community Group is proud to offer free counseling and assistance to prospective homebuyers. FINDING AND BUYING A HOME Alamo Community Group has three ways to help homeowners and prospective homeowners get the home they have always wanted: 1. New and Pre-Owned Single Family Home Sales 2. Down Payment Assistance 3. Owner-Occupied Single Family Home Rehabilitation HOME BUYER EDUCATION The process of buying a home can be overwhelming and time consuming! Alamo Community Group offers a step-by-step customized plan that will help you get through this complicated process. This workshop will help you determine what type of home is right for you, get you ready to make an offer on a home, understand your home inspections, as well as prepare you for to expect during a closing. FINANCIAL FITNESS Whether seeking a workable spending and savings plan, getting out of debt, buying a home, or planning for a sound financial future, Alamo Community Group can help. We offer consumers the financial management and planning skills they need to make the most of their income, savings and assets. CREDIT COUNSELING Alamo Community Group has been providing consumers with budget, debt, and housing advice since 1990. Our credit counseling professionals offer a full range of debt management, financial education, housing, credit, and bankruptcy counseling, as well as other education services. HOME MAINTENANCE TRAINING This unique program helps you maintain long-term home-ownership. Consumers will learn how to re-evaluate budgets, decrease utility expenses, as well as learn how to conduct minor in-home repairs.
This program is open to the public.
Free

(210) 731-8030
Through this unique veterans assistance program, ACG provides quality affordable housing and extensive supportive services to include outreach and case management to homeless and at-risk veteran families. ACG is currently partnering with the local American G.I. Forum and the South Texas Veterans Health Care System to work at ending homelessness among San Antonio’s Veteran population.
Veterans only
Free
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm
Lisa Griffin - House Our Heroes Case Manager
(210) 521-6035
The Pathways Youth Program provides interactive, educational enrichment activities that emphasize art, music, and literacy in an environment of cooperative learning. The program is offered Monday through Friday from 3 – 6 pm to children over the age of 6. During this time Resident Coordinators assist youth with their homework. After homework is completed, youth participate in a structured educational activity. These activities reinforce math, science, reading, and creative thinking while incorporating art, music, and cooking. In the summer, hours are extended and additional programs and field trips are added. Summer programming differs from year to year because, unlike traditional summer camp where children are grouped with youngsters of the same age, ACG children work together cooperatively in groups that frequently span many ages. This experience more closely replicates the experience these children have in their home environment where siblings and neighborhood friends come from many age groups.
This program is open to the public.
Free
Gloria Borrego-Gomez
(210) 731-8030
The Pathways Youth Program provides interactive, educational enrichment activities that emphasize art, music, and literacy in an environment of cooperative learning. The program is offered Monday through Friday from 3 – 6 pm to children over the age of 6. During this time Resident Coordinators assist youth with their homework. After homework is completed, youth participate in a structured educational activity. These activities reinforce math, science, reading, and creative thinking while incorporating art, music, and cooking. In the summer, hours are extended and additional programs and field trips are added. Summer programming differs from year to year because, unlike traditional summer camp where children are grouped with youngsters of the same age, ACG children work together cooperatively in groups that frequently span many ages. This experience more closely replicates the experience these children have in their home environment where siblings and neighborhood friends come from many age groups.
This program is open to the public.
Free
Gloria Borrego-Gomez
(210) 731-8030
The Pathways Youth Program provides interactive, educational enrichment activities that emphasize art, music, and literacy in an environment of cooperative learning. The program is offered Monday through Friday from 3 – 6 pm to children over the age of 6. During this time Resident Coordinators assist youth with their homework. After homework is completed, youth participate in a structured educational activity. These activities reinforce math, science, reading, and creative thinking while incorporating art, music, and cooking. In the summer, hours are extended and additional programs and field trips are added. Summer programming differs from year to year because, unlike traditional summer camp where children are grouped with youngsters of the same age, ACG children work together cooperatively in groups that frequently span many ages. This experience more closely replicates the experience these children have in their home environment where siblings and neighborhood friends come from many age groups.
This program is open to the public.
Free
Gloria Borrego-Gomez
(210) 684-6882
The Pathways Youth Program provides interactive, educational enrichment activities that emphasize art, music, and literacy in an environment of cooperative learning. The program is offered Monday through Friday from 3 – 6 pm to children over the age of 6. During this time Resident Coordinators assist youth with their homework. After homework is completed, youth participate in a structured educational activity. These activities reinforce math, science, reading, and creative thinking while incorporating art, music, and cooking. In the summer, hours are extended and additional programs and field trips are added. Summer programming differs from year to year because, unlike traditional summer camp where children are grouped with youngsters of the same age, ACG children work together cooperatively in groups that frequently span many ages. This experience more closely replicates the experience these children have in their home environment where siblings and neighborhood friends come from many age groups.
This program is open to the public.
Free
Gloria Borrego-Gomez
(210) 731-8030
The Pathways Youth Program provides interactive, educational enrichment activities that emphasize art, music, and literacy in an environment of cooperative learning. The program is offered Monday through Friday from 3 – 6 pm to children over the age of 6. During this time Resident Coordinators assist youth with their homework. After homework is completed, youth participate in a structured educational activity. These activities reinforce math, science, reading, and creative thinking while incorporating art, music, and cooking. In the summer, hours are extended and additional programs and field trips are added. Summer programming differs from year to year because, unlike traditional summer camp where children are grouped with youngsters of the same age, ACG children work together cooperatively in groups that frequently span many ages. This experience more closely replicates the experience these children have in their home environment where siblings and neighborhood friends come from many age groups.
This program is open to the public.
Free
Gloria Borrego-Gomez
(210) 731-8030
The Pathways Youth Program provides interactive, educational enrichment activities that emphasize art, music, and literacy in an environment of cooperative learning. The program is offered Monday through Friday from 3 – 6 pm to children over the age of 6. During this time Resident Coordinators assist youth with their homework. After homework is completed, youth participate in a structured educational activity. These activities reinforce math, science, reading, and creative thinking while incorporating art, music, and cooking. In the summer, hours are extended and additional programs and field trips are added. Summer programming differs from year to year because, unlike traditional summer camp where children are grouped with youngsters of the same age, ACG children work together cooperatively in groups that frequently span many ages. This experience more closely replicates the experience these children have in their home environment where siblings and neighborhood friends come from many age groups.
This program is open to the public.
Free
Gloria Borrego-Gomez
(210) 731-8030
9.86 miles away, 500 Tomar Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78227 , D4
The Pathways Youth Program provides interactive, educational enrichment activities that emphasize art, music, and literacy in an environment of cooperative learning. The program is offered Monday through Friday from 3 – 6 pm to children over the age of 6. During this time Resident Coordinators assist youth with their homework. After homework is completed, youth participate in a structured educational activity. These activities reinforce math, science, reading, and creative thinking while incorporating art, music, and cooking. In the summer, hours are extended and additional programs and field trips are added. Summer programming differs from year to year because, unlike traditional summer camp where children are grouped with youngsters of the same age, ACG children work together cooperatively in groups that frequently span many ages. This experience more closely replicates the experience these children have in their home environment where siblings and neighborhood friends come from many age groups.
This program is open to the public.
Free
Gloria Borrego-Gomez
(210) 731-8030
The Pathways Youth Program provides interactive, educational enrichment activities that emphasize art, music, and literacy in an environment of cooperative learning. The program is offered Monday through Friday from 3 – 6 pm to children over the age of 6. During this time Resident Coordinators assist youth with their homework. After homework is completed, youth participate in a structured educational activity. These activities reinforce math, science, reading, and creative thinking while incorporating art, music, and cooking. In the summer, hours are extended and additional programs and field trips are added. Summer programming differs from year to year because, unlike traditional summer camp where children are grouped with youngsters of the same age, ACG children work together cooperatively in groups that frequently span many ages. This experience more closely replicates the experience these children have in their home environment where siblings and neighborhood friends come from many age groups.
This program is open to the public.
Free
Gloria Borrego-Gomez
(210) 731-8030