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Eagles Flight Advocacy & Outreach was Founded by parents of special needs children who work collaboratively with other organizations to support, encourage, educate and empower families with special needs.

Eagles Flight Advocacy & Outreach is committed to:

  • Assisting the special needs families with community resources and referrals
  • Assisting the special needs, single parent and lower income families with health and human resources
  • Educating professionals, law enforcement and first responders about people with disabilities and proper interactions
  • Encouraging, supporting and providing resources and referrals to single-parent, low-income and refugee families as they move toward self-sufficiency. 

    Support is provided through food, clothing, health and human services/referrals, animal therapy and crisis counseling. Outreach services are provided to any family, regardless of race, culture or religious preference.
Can be contacted 24/7 at (210) 935-5605.
Pamela Allen - President Send email
Tim Allen - Vice President Send email

We offer the following services:

  • Kym's Kupboard: providing food for families in crisis. The pantry is available to seniors once a week and families twice a month. We also offer snack bags to children on seasonal breaks from school.
  • Lillie's Legacy: clothing and accessories are available for the whole family. Services are available once a month to families.
  • Jovonies' Hugs: clothing, diapers, wipes, formula, and baby furnishings for infants, toddlers, and preschool-age children. Parents can receive supplies twice a month and diapers once a month.
  • Empowerment Services: support, counseling, and resources to women and children who have experienced trauma through domestic violence, abuse, and bullying. Self-defense classes are offered through Ohana Academy. Providing advocacy to special needs children and adults.
  • Senior Services: Delivered supplies to selected senior living facilities monthly. Providing resources and supplies to seniors weekly at the center.
Monday: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Saturday: CLOSED
Sunday: CLOSED

Referrals, appointments, and walk-ins are welcome.
Sophia Peralez Send email
(210) 265-5845
Updated within the last 5 months.

If you have a newborn, 60 days old or younger, that you’re unable to care for, you can leave your baby at a designated safe site with no questions asked. Your baby must be unharmed and placed into the arms of a safe site employee.

The Baby Moses law gives parents who are unable to care for their child a safe and legal choice to leave their infant with an employee at a safe site which includes;

  • a hospital
  • fire station
  • emergency medical services (EMS) station

Please make sure you tell the employee that you want to leave your baby at a Safe Haven. You may be asked by an employee for family or medical history to make sure that your baby receives the care they need. 

*Remember, if you leave your unharmed infant at a Safe Baby Site, you will NOT be prosecuted for abandonment or neglect. Eagles Flight will continue to provide mothers and organizations with this information so we can help a mother make a safe choice.

This program is for mothers who unable to care for their babies (0-6 months).

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Tim Allen Send email
Updated within the last 3 months.

Offering support, counseling, referrals, and resources to families in crises. Self-defense and Self-esteem classes are provided through Ohana Academy to women and children who have experienced trauma through domestic violence, bullying, abuse, or trafficking. Providing advocacy to special children and adults.

Classes are given quarterly on Saturdays at the various Ohana locations. Please call for the latest information on upcoming sessions.


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Updated within the last 4 months.

Eagles Flight Advocacy assists parents of special needs children in understanding and applying special education law.

We also can assist you with analyzing your child's IEP, BIP, and assessments; offer solutions to successfully communicate with your child's school and request the appropriate assessments and services; and offer resources and referrals to other agencies that could also impact your child's education.

This program is for families with a special needs child.

We offer free consultations and low-cost ARD representation.

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Tim Allen Send email
Updated within the last 4 months.

We provide guided horseback riding, animal play, and sensory play to special needs, foster, and abused children. Through this summer therapy program, children learn to interact with the animals and gain the ability to interact independently with them.

Therapists and volunteers supervise children through this guided play. Children of all functioning levels are welcome. Siblings of special needs children are urged to participate. Lunch is served at the end of every session in a family-style setting. Specialized equipment and skilled volunteers ensure the safety of the children.

This program is for special needs, foster, and abused children and their siblings.

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Please email reservations to [email protected]

$15 Children
$10 Additional Children

Wednesdays & Saturdays from 9 AM - 12 PM Please see availability on our Calendar.
Pamela Allen Send email
Updated within the last 3 months.