Basic Literacy near 78205

Basic Literacy near

San Antonio Community Resource Directory
0.54 miles away, 600 Soledad, San Antonio, TX, 78205 , D1
COVID-19 Notice

San Antonio Public Library (SAPL) has resumed partial services that include:
· Contact-free pickup services at all SAPL locations during specific service hours
· Book drops reopened at all locations.
· Limited public computer use at nine locations (Bazan, Carver, Collins Garden, Cortez, Johnson, Mission, Pan American, Shaefer, Westfall). Residents can call each library location to schedule an appointment.
· Expanded phone, chat, and online reference,
· Increased outside Wi-Fi availability
· Expanded e-programming and online assistance
· The San Antonio Public Library System will continue to adapt operations to keep its employees and residents healthy and safe.

580,257 volumes, including an extensive collection of Non-fiction located on the 2nd floor, Fiction located on the 5th floor, Media, Express and the Latino Collection and Resource Center located on the 1st floor, and Texana/Genealogy located on the 6th floor. Special needs services and collections—including equipment are also available at the library—including the recent addition of the Children's Low Vision Reading Room on the 3rd floor. The library contains an art gallery on the 1st floor with exhibits scheduled thought the year. As you explore the library you will also notice a number of art pieces from the library's collection situated through the library's seven floor. On the 2nd floor you can find the Marie Swartz Art Resource center, which in partnership with the Southwest School of Art serves as the library of record for the School's BFA degree program. Via: 3, 4, 90, 95, 96, 97
Sun: 11am - 5pm Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu: 9am - 9pm Fri, Sat: 9am - 5pm
Central Library
(210) 207-2500
COVID-19 Notice

ALL Y branches are temporarily CLOSED and all programs at those locations are suspended due to the City mandate to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but some programs are being offered virtually. Click the Website link below to find available virtual programs.

The Power Scholars Academy program, based on BELL’s evidence-based model, blends rigorous, small-group academic instruction with high-quality camp-like enrichment and community engagement activities.
This program is for students in grades K-8 who are struggling academically and who lack access to summer learning opportunities in their community.
Free
6.1/2 hours per day, 5 days per week, for 6 weeks.
Elisa Felix Send email
(210) 254-0652
COVID-19 Notice

Our clinics will be operating under normal business hours while we increase cleanings and screenings within our facilities.

• Phone and in-person screenings have been implemented to check for COVID-19 symptoms before consumer visits.
• Telehealth, tele-med, and telephone services for consumers have been implemented in order to reduce the flow of patients in our clinics.
• Social Distancing is being utilized for clients that we need to see in their homes.
• Temperature check screenings are in place at Frio, PEC, NW/Legacy Oaks, Drexel, Bandera, and Palo Alto. All of our consumers, vendors and those making deliveries will have their temperature checked before they are allowed into our clinics. As an extra precaution, we will be checking the temperatures of our staff later this week.
• Outpatient clinics and 24 hour facilities are deep cleaned and disinfected regularly.

Activities to help intellectually disabled individuals become more independent in daily and personal skills including: • Self-help • Socialization • Adaptive skills • Job readiness • Performing at a vocational worksite Our dedicated, experienced team promotes safety awareness, money management skill development, health, fitness, math, reading, music, and current event awareness for each individual.
Mon - Fri: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
(210) 261-3700
COVID-19 Notice

Our clinics will be operating under normal business hours while we increase cleanings and screenings within our facilities.

• Phone and in-person screenings have been implemented to check for COVID-19 symptoms before consumer visits.
• Telehealth, tele-med, and telephone services for consumers have been implemented in order to reduce the flow of patients in our clinics.
• Social Distancing is being utilized for clients that we need to see in their homes.
• Temperature check screenings are in place at Frio, PEC, NW/Legacy Oaks, Drexel, Bandera, and Palo Alto. All of our consumers, vendors and those making deliveries will have their temperature checked before they are allowed into our clinics. As an extra precaution, we will be checking the temperatures of our staff later this week.
• Outpatient clinics and 24 hour facilities are deep cleaned and disinfected regularly.

Provides children and young adults with disabilities a place to go during school holidays and summer.
Serves age 8-21
Mon - Fri: 8:30 am - 2:30 pm (However, drop off available as early as: Mon - Fri: 7:30 am and pick up as late as 4:00 pm.)
(210) 261-3700
COVID-19 Notice

Due to health and safety concerns, on-site programming is suspended until further notice.

Project Transformation (PT) is a summer out-of-school program that brings together the 3 Cs: Children, College Students, and Churches.
2020 program starts June 10. Call the church (210 733-7156) for registration information.
COVID-19 Notice

We are providing instructional resources that will support remote learning for educators using our curricula. We are also moving upcoming professional learning events online, in keeping with public health guidance. Check our website for updates.

Collaborative Literacy, aligned with TEKS and ELPS, is a rigorous, yearlong curriculum that addresses the core reading, writing, and speaking and listening skills that students need to thrive academically and socially. By integrating literacy instruction with social and emotional learning (SEL), Collaborative Literacy enables students’ development as readers and writers who think critically, while simultaneously fostering their growth as caring, collaborative, and principled people. Collaborative Literacy transforms classrooms by: • Combining quality curriculum with diverse literature that enriches the educational experience for all students • Fully integrating academic content with social skills development in every lesson • Using formative and summative assessments to track student progress over time and make instructional decisions • Helping teachers create safe, supportive classrooms that are rigorous and culturally responsive Embedded Professional Learning Collaborative Literacy was designed to support teachers in their own learning as they engage in daily lessons. Professional learning is integrated seamlessly into Collaborative Literacy so that teachers hone their instructional techniques and implement cooperative structures and routines that build a strong sense of community in their classrooms. Collaborative Literacy Modules When taught together, the modules of Collaborative Literacy—Being a Reader, Making Meaning, and Being a Writer—form a comprehensive, research-based ELA curriculum. BEING A READER, GRADES K–2 Being a Reader is designed to help all students master the foundational skills and strategies required for reading success, through whole-class shared reading and differentiated decoding instruction. It was developed to help teachers meet their students where they are developmentally and to create an environment in which all students can grow as readers, independent learners, and caring members of the classroom community. MAKING MEANING, GRADES K–5 Making Meaning focuses on building students’ awareness and orchestration of comprehension strategies. Lessons are designed to deepen teachers’ understanding of effective reading comprehension instruction as they facilitate student thinking about literature, supporting the development of critical thinking and a life-long love of reading. Carefully selected nonfiction and fiction read-aloud trade books provide a diverse, rich, and rewarding experience as students encounter increasingly complex texts and build their vocabulary. BEING A WRITER, GRADES K–5 Being a Writer offers student-centric writing instruction that fosters students’ growth as skilled writers and caring members of the community. This module integrates close reading of exemplar texts, critical thinking about texts, and authentic writing for a variety of purposes and audiences. GUIDED SPELLING, GRADES 3–5 Guided Spelling provides systematic word-study instruction, by engaging students in thinking about how the English language works through the study of spelling patterns, inflectional endings, base words and affixes, and syllabication strategies. Students develop their ability to read grade-level vocabulary and to apply their growing spelling knowledge to their own writing.
Contact Dawn Castilleja to schedule a presentation.
Dawn Castilleja Send email
(817) 320-7928
COVID-19 Notice

We are providing instructional resources that will support remote learning for educators using our curricula. We are also moving upcoming professional learning events online, in keeping with public health guidance. Check our website for updates.

SIPPS (Systematic Instruction in Phonological Awareness, Phonics, and Sight Words) is a research-based decoding intervention program proven to help new and struggling readers in grades K–12 build skills and confidence for fluent, independent reading. The SIPPS program provides a structured literacy approach to foundational skills instruction through explicit instructional routines focused on phonological awareness, spelling-sounds, and sight words. The systematic scope and sequence supports students who struggle with decoding, including students identified with dyslexia, in an accelerative approach. Each SIPPS level corresponds to a specific stage of reading development: simple alphabetic, spelling pattern, and polysyllabic/morphemic. Daily SIPPS lessons and reading practice in appropriate texts help readers achieve automaticity and accuracy, which in turn allow them to focus on comprehension. Whether used as a stand-alone intervention or integrated to support foundational skills in Collaborative Literacy programs, the SIPPS program allows students to: • Respond orally during the foundational skills routines and receive immediate, strategic feedback. • Demonstrate mastery of learning at regular intervals through criterion-referenced tests. • Read controlled-vocabulary text to practice the words and concepts taught. • Engage with books at appropriate levels to build fluency and increase confidence.
Contact Dawn Castilleja to schedule a presentation.
Dawn Castilleja - Education Consultant Send email
(817) 320-7928
The Rec Center is open to provide kids a safe place to come and hang out. We spend time playing pool and video games, watching movies and doing arts and crafts and most importantly building relationships with the kids. The Rec Center is open every Tuesday and Thursday from 5pm-6pm. We need volunteers to come and spend time with the kids or people to sponsor one child.
Tue & Thu: 5:00pm - 6:00pm
COVID-19 Notice

ALL Y branches are temporarily CLOSED and all programs at those locations are suspended due to the City mandate to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but some programs are being offered virtually. Click the Website link below to find available virtual programs.

The Power Scholars Academy program, based on BELL’s evidence-based model, blends rigorous, small-group academic instruction with high-quality camp-like enrichment and community engagement activities..
This program is for students in grades K-8 who are struggling academically and who lack access to summer learning opportunities in their community
Free
6 1/2 hours per day, 5 days per week, for 6 weeks.
Edna Castillo-Saucedo Send email
(210) 445-3893
Highland Park Assembly (Christian / Assembly of God)
Our congregation is comprised of mostly 2nd through 4th Generation Latinos/Hispanics. [Our] responsibility is to equip God’s people to do his work and build up the church, the body of Christ. This will continue until we all come to such unity in our faith and knowledge of God’s Son that we will be mature in the Lord, measuring up to the full and complete standard of Christ. Our Mission: To be relevant in today's world through worship, fellowship and community service.
During worship and activity times: Sun 9:30am-12:30pm & Tues 6:30pm-8:15pm Other times by appointment
(210) 468-0411
Manuel Vallejo III - Lead Pastor Send email
(210) 363-7020
Rosario Vallejo - Co-Lead Pastor Send email
2.79 miles away, 2003 Ruiz St, San Antonio, TX, 78207 , D1
Presentation Ministry Center is a place of hospitality, primarily dedicated to meeting the needs of immigrant people. Programs offered are designed to educate participants and provide opportunities for holistic development in a community building atmosphere. The Center was started by the Presentation Sisters in 2005.
We offer English as a Second Language, Computer literacy, Reading and Writing, Exercise, Arts and Crafts, Crochet, Bible Study, Sewing, Tai Chi, Citizenship Preparation, Child Care for the ladies attending, Praise and Worship. We hope to offer an intensive English Program for 6 weeks. Other programs and seminars are offered as the need arises.
Summer: Monday - Thursday: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Class hours: Monday - Thursday: 9:00am - 1:00pm and 6:30pm - 8:30pm
(210) 663-6055
Stacy Merkt - Executive Director Send email
(210) 633-6055
Br. James Needham Send email
(210) 633-6055
2.8 miles away, 906 Merida, San Antonio, TX, 78207 , D5
COVID-19 Notice

2020 Fall Classes are available in four formats:

Option 1: Enhanced In-Person Plan - This is the traditional adult education class provided on site/in-person with enhanced SAISD safety precautions such as following CDC social distancing guidelines with a smaller teacher-student class ratio, increased hand sanitizer availability, increased frequency of sanitation of high touch areas etc.

Option 2: Enhanced In-Person & Remote Class Instruction Plan - This hybrid class combines in-person instruction with remote class instruction (join via Zoom) concurrently with increased safety and disinfecting measures as listed in Option 1.

Option 3: Scheduled remote Class Instruction Plan - Students don't come to any site to attend class. Instead, they join an online class via Zoom at a specified scheduled time to participate in remote/online learning. Enrollment, testing, and instruction would be offered 100% online. Students must meet technology requirements to participate in this plan. 

Option 4: Distance Learning Plan -Students use web-based program to access learning curriculum aligned to the Texas Workforce Commission Content Standards designed to fill-in learning gaps the students need to achieve educational goals. Students must meet technology requirements to participate in this plan. 

We have an open admissions policy for most classes that will provide you with the opportunity to acquire the knowledge and skills to be successful in today's technological and global economy. SAISD Adult and Community Education is proud to be a leader in innovation and student diversity.

Texas Residents click here to register for adult education classes.

The SAISD Adult Education Literacy (AEL) program embraces success for all adult learners, helping them define what success means to them in order to guide them on a path toward continued improvement and growth. The program’s mission is to ensure that all adults who live in Texas have the skills necessary to function effectively in their personal and family lives, in the workplace and in the community.

The SAISD Adult & Community Education program offers the following classes at over 23 locations throughout San Antonio, Monday through Thursday and on Saturday (morning and evenings).

Services offered under the Adult Education are FREE of charge to the community and include the following:
• ASE/GED® preparation;
• ABE/ASE/GED® for Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)
recipients;
• Adult Basic Education in English & Spanish (Math, Reading and Writing)
• English as a Second Language (ESL);
• English Literacy Civics (EL Civics)/Citizenship;
• preparation for post-secondary education and training (Transitions); and
• Distance Learning (online classes).

New classes:
IT Fundamentals+ Certification
Basic Computer Skills Certification

Specialized services include:
• IET career training combined with workforce preparation and academic
support;
• Integrated EL CIVICS (ESL/EL CIVICS/Career Training); and
• Employer partnerships: Contextualized TXCHSE or ESL based on employer
needs

Some fees may apply. Contact for more details.

Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Darlene Volz - Senior Coordinator Send email
(210) 554-2450
2.87 miles away, 2215 Leal St, San Antonio, TX, 78207 , D5
COVID-19 Notice

Due to school closure order, we are closed until May 1.

We believe students deserve personalized instruction that targets their individual needs. We provide every student with a Chromebook loaded with a variety of digital tools designed to create small-group learning communities in each subject throughout the school day. In addition, our school has between one and two teaching residents in 25 of our classrooms. The combination of digital learning tools, additional staff and an extended school day allows teaching and learning at Ogden to take a creative and distinct approach designed to have the greatest impact on student learning. Our extracurricular offerings include an art and fitness program, as well as after-school tutoring, with a teaching resident offering our neediest students additional instruction where they need it most. Academic Offerings: Gifted and Talented • English as a Second Language • Special Education Extracurricular Programs: After-School Tutoring • After-School Art and Fitness After-School Program Provider: YMCA, (210) 246-9622
Register online at saisd.net, or come in. We have computers available for registration on campus. Proof of address required for registration.
Franco Cruz - Director of Operations
(210) 738-9815
COVID-19 Notice

For the safety of our clients and employees, the Good Sam campus is temporarily closed and in-person services are temporarily halted. Some services are still being offered via telephone and video conferencing. Please call for information - (210) 434-5531.

The Adult Case Management program addresses the root causes of poverty and instability by leveraging social work services to develop the life skills and support essential to strengthen and stabilize the family. Services provide individuals with guidance and referrals to help them more effectively cope with complicated situations that decrease their quality of life. Services are provided by one full-time Case Manager and supported by Good Sam's Field Education Services (FES) program. (Adult Case Management is a program of Good Sam's Family Development Services.)
Individuals over the age of 16 and families are eligible for this program. Please call or email for further details.
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm
Marby Shaw - Program Manager Send email
(210) 434-5531 x: 2016
COVID-19 Notice

For the safety of our clients and employees, the Good Sam campus is temporarily closed and in-person services are temporarily halted. Some services are still being offered via telephone and video conferencing. Please call for information - (210) 434-5531.

Through a partnership with Avance, Good Sam provides access to high-quality early learning opportunities for infants and toddlers. This program also works with the needs of families served, from the time of pregnancy through the child's third birthday. (Early Head Start is a program of Good Sam's Child Development Services, with the goal of providing safe and developmentally enriching services to infants and toddlers, promoting the physical, cognitive, social and emotional development, and preparing children to leave Good Sam "school ready" and have a solid foundation for lifelong learning.)
To quality for the Early Head Start program, you must: 1. Meet income requirements 2. Have an eligible child* who is 0 - 3 years of age 3. Live within the following zip codes (78227, 78237, 78201, 78207, 78204, 78225, 78210, 78211, 78214, 78221, 78224, and 78228 with limitations) Limited transportation available.
For more information about Early Head Start at Good Sam or to learn about rates, please contact Nadia Garza.
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm, year-round
Nadia Garza Send email
(210) 434-5531 x: 3001
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, all programs except childcare have been temporarily discontinued. Please check back for updates. For childcare, see Olga Madrid Child Development Center or call (210) 433-9922.

The YWCA Olga Madrid Center is a multi-purpose center that is the literal hub of the community, reaching multiple generations in the same families. The Center is reflective of the culture of the community, and offers important services with dignity and respect.
Mon-Fri, 7:00am-6:00pm
Catie White - Director of Development Send email
(210) 881-9693
The Wash and Learn Initiative (WALI) is a collaboration between library systems, small business owners, and local nonprofits that brings relevant information and critical services to underserved communities through the laundromat. WALI creates pop-up libraries in laundromats, places where families return to every week and spend on average 90 minutes waiting for their laundry. These pop-up libraries include computers, specialized software, offline servers, and access to programming on a variety of topics relevant to local needs and interests, from English language learning to tax preparation and beyond.
Share your love of reading with a child one hour per week. Participating Elementary schools in: * Alamo Heights * Edgewood ISD * Northside ISD * San Antonio ISD * SST Discovery School
Must attend tutor training sessions.
Oasis Lifelong Adventure
(210) 236-5954
COVID-19 Notice

Register online at https://actsofhope.org/ to receive a food bag and snacks for children, seniors, and those with special needs. Distribution hours are the first Wednesday of month from 10:00 am-12:00 pm.

Our educational resources are still available online.

Our education program provides ongoing impact to families through classes, training and support in the following form: parenting support groups & classes, home-visits, tutoring, GED, computer and financial literacy, art and design, reading & writing and through it all, we provide mentorship
Sliding scale, some assistance may be available.
(210) 757-0691
COVID-19 Notice

We are OPEN and able to accept new enrollees, including school-age children. We have internet access. It is preferable that school-age children bring their own devices for learning as we have limited availability.

Hope Lutheran Learning Center is a five day per week day care / learning school. It accepts children 18 months to 6 years of age. We offer: * Full Time and Part Time * Formula and cereal provided for infants * Low child/staff ratios * Breakfast, lunch, snack * 10% Family discounts * 10% SAPD, SAFD, and Military discount * Age appropriate lesson plans * Toilet training assistance in younger classrooms * Computers in older classrooms * Kinder Readiness Program for Pre-K * After School pick up for schoolagers * A loving, Christian environment for all ages.
Children ages 18 months to 6 years.
Call for information.
Monday to Friday 6:30am to 6:00pm.
Heather Torres - Executive Director Send email
(210) 433-2011
COVID-19 Notice

Face-to-face worship and activities have been suspended until further notice in response to COVID 19. We will be following the advice of ELCA Bishop, Elizabeth Eaton and Southwestern Texas Synod Bishop, Sue Briner. We will regularly reevaluate our situation, and send out more information as things evolve.

The Hope Lutheran Kid's Day Out program has been serving the community parents and children for over forty years. We provide quality loving Christian care and teaching to children from ages three months through five years. Our KDO classes have helped many young children to develop: * Social skills, such as how to share and self discipline. * Small motor skills, such as how to color, cut, and glue. * Large motor skills, like hopping or skipping to a song. * Number and alphabet recognition. * Color and shape recognition. Many more topics are discussed each month. The children do fun activities that help them learn through stories, art, songs, games, and free play.
Contact Hope Lutheran for details.
Wednesday and Thursday, 9am to 2pm.
Stephanie Staph - Executive Director Send email
(210) 433-4054
COVID-19 Notice

Call for information about current programs.

The Northside Family Engagement department exists to support staff, families, and community partners in engaging in highly effective practices that bring stakeholders together for student success and family empowerment.
 

Northside Family Engagement Center

This center is the home to the Family Engagement Program, the Northside Threads clothes closet, and many other empowerment programs. Come be part of our community.

Northside Threads Clothing Closet

Northside Threads exists to support Northside families and provide clothing to students enrolled in Northside schools in an effort to help children be present more days in school where they can benefit from a Northside education. Northside Threads also creates opportunity for students, staff, families, and community members to give back by volunteering and donating. Click here for more information.

Family Engagement Advisory Committee

Each year the Family Engagement staff and parents come together to look at the program as well as plan and provide a conference that brings families and staff together to learn, grow, and have fun together. If you want to have your voice heard we encourage you to join our monthly meeting. We offer two times for your convenience. Click here for more information.

Grandparenting, Foster, and Kinship Support

The Northside Family Engagement has partnered with Grandparents Raising Grandchildren to provide a safe place of support and resources for families that are foster, kinship, or grandparenting. Come be part of a group that meets monthly to share experiences, get new information, exchange resources, and build community. Click here for more information.

HEB READ 3

Calling and 3 and 4 year olds! This FREE six-week series is for families with children ages 3 and 4 years old. Adult participants will get hands-on experience on how to create and teach literacy at home. Two FREE books are given to each student at every session and families will receive a $25 HEB gift card for completing all six weeks in the series. Click here for a list of where classes are provided this semester.

Title 1 Family Fitness

The Family Engagement Center is offering free family fitness for families looking to get healthy together. There is a wide variety of offerings such as Boot Camp, Zumba, and Cardio-Flow. Click here to view all that we have to offer.

Journey Through Art

Are you looking for new and exciting ways to connect with your 3rd, 4th, or 5th grader? Join us for this five-week course as you and your child paint together while our art teacher takes you on a journey through four different art styles. You don't have to be an artist to participate and every participant will go home with amazing art, FREE family passes to the San Antonio Museum of Art, and an amazing book to add to your library. Click here to learn more about this family art class.

Yolanda Chapman - Coordinator
(210) 397-8117
Michelle Vela - Secretary
(210) 397-8930
COVID-19 Notice

Closed until further notice.

Fitness and Nutrition Full gym with a variety of cardio machines, along with free weights. Group games, Sports, Recreational Activities. Pre-Vocational Continue focusing on skills: following directions, staying on task, develop social skills for employment. Resume building and job searches. Continuing Education Practical money skills, reading, and writing. Independent and group learning. Community Outings Attending hockey games, bowling, baseball games, Zoo, volunteering, Walmart, and the mall all while practicing the appropriate skills learned at SAFIRE.
This program is for adults (18+) with intellectual and development disabilities (IDD). Must be able to function in a 1:8 ratio of staff to clients and participate in small group games appropriately.
Call for information about fee coverage options.
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm
Teresa Sullivan - Founder and CEO Send email
(210) 236-7662
Books of all types for children and adults are available for people to pick up and take with them to foster better reading skills. Books are located outside the church on the porch in the "Learning Bench". Free to all to take a book. Donations of books also accepted.
Free to all to take a book. No need to return book. Donations of books also accepted.
Free.
Anytime. Books are located inside the Learning Bench on the church porch.
David Brockhouse - Pastor Send email
(210) 675-6394
Northern Hills United Methodist Church (Christian / Methodist / United)
12.98 miles away, 3703 N 1604 E, San Antonio, TX, 78247 , D10
COVID-19 Notice

Due to health and safety concerns, all face-to-face meetings are temporarily suspended until further notice.

Northern Hills Church is a United Methodist congregation located in the Northeast quadrant of San Antonio. As San Antonio continues its growth northward, Northern Hills provides a welcoming and inclusive community for people who have been going to church their whole lives, for those investigating Christianity for the first time, and for everyone in between.
The mission of NHUMC is to be a community that: • Reaches others for Jesus, • Teaches the ways of Jesus, and • Loves the world for which Jesus died, so that God is glorified through His Son.
(210) 654-0881
Lupina Stewart Villalpando - Senior Pastor Send email
(210) 654-0881 x: 203
Dora Aldrate - Print/Media Specialist Send email
(210) 654-0881 x: 205
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, this program has been temporarily discontinued. Please check back for updates.

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul offers tangible assistance to those in need on a person-to-person basis. It is this personalized involvement that makes the work of the Society unique. This aid may take the form of intervention, consultation, or often through direct dollar or in-kind service. An essential precept of the Society's work is to provide help while conscientiously maintaining the confidentiality and dignity of those who are served. The Society recognizes that it must assume, also, a role of advocacy for those who are defenseless or voiceless.
Must reside within parish boundary.
Bread Pantry: Fridays 7:00-8:00am Food Pantry: 4th Wednesday of Month 9:00 AM Call for more details
Paul Campos - President Send email
(210) 622-3282