CAM has decided to keep its doors open to serve those less fortunate in the San Antonio community. Click here for a current list of CAM services and requirements.
We are able to help cover the cost of many prescription medications. (Client must have a prescription.)
This program is in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you are sick, need to renew medication, or your child needs medical attention, please call the number below.
For over 25 years, I Care San Antonio has been providing vision care to uninsured, under-insured and insured patients. Over 35 doctors provide compassionate, quality eye care at the I Care Vision Center.
FREE Vision Screenings every Tuesday from 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM.
Full application and eligibility requirements can be found here.
Free to nominal co-pay.
Critical funds are available to help residents who are struggling to pay rent, utilities, internet, groceries, medicine, and fuel.
This program provides housing (rent or mortgage), utility, and internet assistance to qualifying individuals or families during the COVID-19 crisis. In addition, qualifying individuals or families will receive $150-$300 (based on household size) for food and other necessities through the Family Independence Initiative.
Please review the following eligibility and documentation requirements before beginning the application process.
Applicants must meet all of the following criteria:
• Be a current resident of the City of San Antonio;
• Be the primary lease or mortgage holder in a multifamily unit, mobile home, or single-family home within the city limits of San Antonio;
• May only apply for rent, mortgage, and utility assistance related to one primary property;
• Have a household income at or below 100% of the area median income (AMI) as defined by HUD; and
• Provide ID and proof of hardship. Acceptable forms of documentation are listed here.
We continue to provide this service.
In partnership with The Bexar County Health Collaborative, we work with community families to identify and address their needs. By asking a series of questions, we can quickly assess a person's needs and search community resources and programs to address those needs.
We track the progress of each referral, which allows us to further support the needs of our community.
Sign up by calling or sending an email with contact information.
Community First Health Plans (CFHP) helps families, children, expectant mothers, and children with special needs access affordable health coverage.
Our goal is to help you, from learning how to best use your plan benefits to locating one of our network doctors in your neighborhood.
CFHP assists with the following programs:
CFHP also provides these Health and Wellness programs to members at no added cost:
CFHP also provides these services to members at no added cost:
Must qualify and become a CFHP member.
Who may qualify:
Click here to view a list of services and guidelines presented by the Office of the Archbishop.
Sharing with neighbors in need.
Must reside within the parish boundary.
The Adoption Alliance is a 501c3 non-profit organization which is licensed to provide adoptions services in the State of Texas.
We can assist birth parents who are interested in making an adoption plan for their unborn or born children. Counseling is available during the pregnancy and afterwards. We can assist with housing, groceries, utilities, cell phone service, laundry, clothing, personal hygiene and maternity related transportation.
If a birth mother does not have Medicaid, we can assist her with the application and refer her to an OB doctor.
Birth parents are able to select the adoptive family for their child and keep in touch with them if they desire.
Birth mothers who are seeking to make an adoption plan for their child must provide a proof of pregnancy.
HASA stakeholders and members agree to enhance community health status through a collaborative health information exchange, ensuring that patient privacy and data security is paramount. Members agree to exchange appropriate patient information to enhance care transparency. HASA stakeholders and members commit to support and abide by established standards and conditions of data integrity and data exchange. HASA Stakeholders support the sustainability of the organization through the promotion of fee-for-service programs and alternate funding opportunities.
Helping families and adults who are unable to pay for their medications.
For epilepsy patients, taking their prescribed anti-seizure medication every day is critical to their health and safety. Patients who stop taking their medications without a physician’s supervision are in serious danger of having an unexpected seizure that could be a life-threatening event. Our staff recognizes the importance of medication adherence; our Emergency Medication Assistance Program is a critical service for epilepsy patients.
30-Day Supply of Medications:
This program provides a 30-day supply of an individual’s anti-seizure medications at no cost to the patient. Our staff works directly with the patient’s pharmacy to pay for the prescriptions. Emergency medical assistance is granted on a case-by-case basis.
During the month the patient benefits from the program, our staff will work with the family or individual to help enroll them in a patient assistance program or insurance coverage to ensure they do not find themselves in the same situation after the 30-day supply is gone.
To learn more about Emergency Medical Assistance, contact us through our online form or call us.
Funded in part by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission.
We offer Seizure Clinics in Austin, Corpus Christi, Harlingen, Laredo, San Antonio and Uvalde for persons with epilepsy in our service area without access to specialized medical care. Seizure Clinic services include:
To become a new patient in our clinic you must meet the following criteria:
To submit an application:
Our hospitals are prepared to safely meet the needs of our patients.
Methodist Healthcare provides care to patients without financial means to pay for hospital services.
Care will be provided to all patients who present themselves for care at any Methodist Healthcare facility without regard to race, creed, color, or national origin and who are classified as financially or medically indigent.
The hospital uses poverty income guidelines issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to determine a person's eligibility for charity care.
Financial assistance with respect to emergency and medically necessary care may be available to patients who do not qualify for state or federal assistance.
In certain cases, discounts up to 90% may apply.
We will assist you in applying for all Medicaid, Healthy Texas Women, Transportation assistance and many others to support your health. If you have been denied before we can help!
Click here to request an appointment.
The number of diseases, sickness, lack of funding and questions is endless...
The Crush Foundation is here to help you navigate this time in your life. We strive to help get you the resources you need to recover and increase your odds to survive, give you the knowledge you need to "Crush" your circumstances through access to the best and newest research, and educate you on what treatments may be available and how they will effect you and your loved ones.
We would love to help you and/or your family "Crush" your disease. Please contact us today!
A Special Needs Plan designed for Medicare recipients who have been diagnosed with end-stage renal disease that requires dialysis.
$0 premium plans. (You must continue to pay your Part B premium.)
Enjoy ZERO copays on the following benefits*:
• $0 Primary Care Provider visits
• $0 Nephrologist visits
• $0 Preventive dental exams and cleanings
• $0 Hearing Aids
• $0 Diabetic supplies
• $0 Podiatry visits
*Monthly, quarterly and/or annual limits apply.
At Sports Occupational & Knee Surgery, we manage the effect that joint injuries and joint wear and tear can have on the entire body. Each case is carefully reviewed and treated with the utmost professional and conservative approach. Surgery is then recommended when conservative treatment fails.
Click here for a list of the clinical services we provide.
We especially target high school athletes who are headed for college on scholarship or financial assistance based upon their athletic performance.
We also serve others in need who, without our financial and professional help, would not be able to return to their pre-injury life.
We remain open to provide services to families in oue neighborhood. Before visiting, please call to verify days and hours of operation.
The Sacred Heart St. Vincent de Paul Society is dedicated to assisting those who have fallen upon times of hardship and personal crisis. We assist with food, utilities, prescriptions, and one-night lodging for people in transit.
The society also conducts food drives for Thanksgiving and the Angel Tree for children at Christmas. The society also provides school supplies for needy children each summer.
We assist anyone living within a six-mile radius of Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
The New Braunfels Food Bank assists clients with application and renewal assistance for various federal benefits including:
Our dedicated staff is making emergency plans to help Kendall County clients in crisis.
To prevent the spread of COVID-19, HCFS is now providing curbside service to minimize exposure to the virus.
For food assistance, please call (830) 249-8643. Leave a message, and we will return your call within 24 hours.
If you have suffered a serious financial setback due to COVID-19, click here to apply for assistance.