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San Antonio Community Resource Directory
Hotlines and Virtual Assistance

The Canopy hotline aims to connect migrants to community resources throughout the United States to ensure their basic necessities have been met.

Our Canopy staff have diligently searched for community resources and agencies that aim to serve the migrant population throughout their entire process–while they await their case, when they receive status, and once they are adjusted into the United States.

Connect with:

  • Medical Care
  • Dental Care
  • Mental Health
  • Reproductive Health
  • Shelter
  • Employment Assistance
  • GED Preparation
  • ESL Classes
  • Food Pantry
  • Clothing Banks
  • Rent Assistance
  • Utility Assistance

Assistance with: 

  • Finding local WIFI
  • School Registration
  • Transportation
  • Locating Detainees
  • Safety Planning
  • Other Educational Resources

Canopy Hotline: 800-437-3071 (CALL or TEXT)

Canopy Hotline (Call or Text)
(800) 437-3071

Click here to find any information relating to your City, arranged under the following categories:

  •  Animals
  •  Arts & Culture
  •  Business & Licensing
  •  Education & Employment
  •  Elections & Records
  •  Graffiti & Waste Collection
  •  Health & Social Services
  •  Parks & Recreation
  •  Property Maintenance & Construction
  •  Public Safety
  •  Taxes, Payments & Municipal Court Fines
  •  Transportation, Parking & Public Works
  •  Utilities

SAFFE officers are assigned to specific areas or neighborhoods within the city, and work closely with both residents and the district patrol officers also assigned to those areas.

SAFFE officers establish and maintain day-to-day interaction with residents and businesses within their assigned beats, in order to prevent crimes before they happen.

SAFFE officers also act as liaisons with other city agencies, work closely with schools and youth programs, coordinate graffiti-removal activities, and serve as resources to residents who wish to take back their neighborhoods from crime and decay.

SAFFE officers are assigned to each of the six Service Areas Substations that cover all of San Antonio. Click here for a map of substation service areas.

Each of the six SAPD Substations now has its own page on this website. These pages contain useful information for residents. Click the Website link below to view this substation's website page.

This training is available for businesses, schools, churches,
and community organizations. Deputies are able to provide
training as well as onsite live simulations.

Call or email the SCORE Unit for details or to schedule a training session.

Sheriff's Community Oriented Response and Education (SCOR.E) Unit Send email

The Homeowners Insurance Reduction Program is intended to help homeowners reduce their insurance premiums by qualifying for a Texas Home Security Credit.

Any homeowner may request a homeowners Security Credit Inspection of their residence by contacting the Bexar County Sheriff's Crime Prevention Unit. A Crime Prevention Specialist will perform a security evaluation.

Credits are available for new and existing homeowner policies. Depending upon your insurance carrier, the maximum credit allowed is 20%. If you qualify, you will receive a Premium Reduction Certificate renewable every three (3) years. There are two home credits that a homeowner can qualify for, a 5% credit and a 15% credit.

If you have any questions regarding home inspections please contact Crime Prevention Unit.

Click here to complete the online Crime Prevention Home Inspection Request Form.

Crime Prevention Unit
(210) 335-6492

Our Direct Services team consists of social workers and case managers devoted to ensuring our client’s basic necessities are being met.

We carry out these services by providing individualized needs assessments, emotional support, resource linkage, empowerment, and education.

Our services include, but are not limited to:

  • ICE/ISAP/Court Accompaniment
  • School Registration
  • Access to:
    • Nutrition
    • Clothing Assistance
    • ESL Classes
    • Medical Care
    • Mental Health
    • Dental Care
    • Housing
    • Internet Connection/Wifi
    • Safety Planning
    • Transportation

For more information, contact us.

Monday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED

We work to increase public awareness regarding domestic violence by teaching, training, and speaking in public, private, alternative, and classroom settings, as well as public meetings, open forums, neighborhood meetings, and churches.

We train people in the medical, law enforcement, child protection, social service, religious, corporate, legal, education, and criminal justice fields, as well as community and civic leaders, educating them on issues of domestic violence such as resources available, culturally relevant interventions, appropriate case management, and safety planning. We also focus on the plight as it affects the lives of the youth by educating them about teen dating violence. 

Monday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Tuesday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Wednesday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Thursday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Friday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
Patricia S Castillo, LMSW - Executive Director Send email
(210) 533-2729

Click here to find General Health and Wellness information and resources. Topics include:

Click here for resources on memory care and Alzheimers.

SAFFE officers are assigned to specific areas or neighborhoods within the city, and work closely with both residents and the district patrol officers also assigned to those areas.

SAFFE officers establish and maintain day-to-day interaction with residents and businesses within their assigned beats, in order to prevent crimes before they happen.

SAFFE officers also act as liaisons with other city agencies, work closely with schools and youth programs, coordinate graffiti-removal activities, and serve as resources to residents who wish to take back their neighborhoods from crime and decay.

SAFFE officers are assigned to each of the six Service Areas Substations that cover all of San Antonio. Click here for a map of substation service areas.

Each of the six SAPD Substations now has its own page on this website. These pages contain useful information for residents. Click the Website link below to view this substation's website page.

SAFFE officers are assigned to specific areas or neighborhoods within the city, and work closely with both residents and the district patrol officers also assigned to those areas.

SAFFE officers establish and maintain day-to-day interaction with residents and businesses within their assigned beats, in order to prevent crimes before they happen.

SAFFE officers also act as liaisons with other city agencies, work closely with schools and youth programs, coordinate graffiti-removal activities, and serve as resources to residents who wish to take back their neighborhoods from crime and decay.

SAFFE officers are assigned to each of the six Service Areas Substations that cover all of San Antonio. Click here for a map of substation service areas.

Each of the six SAPD Substations now has its own page on this website. These pages contain useful information for residents. Click the Website link below to view this substation's website page.

SAFFE officers are assigned to specific areas or neighborhoods within the city, and work closely with both residents and the district patrol officers also assigned to those areas.

SAFFE officers establish and maintain day-to-day interaction with residents and businesses within their assigned beats, in order to prevent crimes before they happen.

SAFFE officers also act as liaisons with other city agencies, work closely with schools and youth programs, coordinate graffiti-removal activities, and serve as resources to residents who wish to take back their neighborhoods from crime and decay.

SAFFE officers are assigned to each of the six Service Areas Substations that cover all of San Antonio. Click here for a map of substation service areas.

Each of the six SAPD Substations now has its own page on this website. These pages contain useful information for residents. Click the Website link below to view this substation's website page.

SAFFE officers are assigned to specific areas or neighborhoods within the city, and work closely with both residents and the district patrol officers also assigned to those areas.

SAFFE officers establish and maintain day-to-day interaction with residents and businesses within their assigned beats, in order to prevent crimes before they happen.

SAFFE officers also act as liaisons with other city agencies, work closely with schools and youth programs, coordinate graffiti-removal activities, and serve as resources to residents who wish to take back their neighborhoods from crime and decay.

SAFFE officers are assigned to each of the six Service Areas Substations that cover all of San Antonio. Click here for a map of substation service areas.

Each of the six SAPD Substations now has its own page on this website. These pages contain useful information for residents. Click the Website link below to view this substation's website page.

SAFFE officers are assigned to specific areas or neighborhoods within the city, and work closely with both residents and the district patrol officers also assigned to those areas.

SAFFE officers establish and maintain day-to-day interaction with residents and businesses within their assigned beats, in order to prevent crimes before they happen.

SAFFE officers also act as liaisons with other city agencies, work closely with schools and youth programs, coordinate graffiti-removal activities, and serve as resources to residents who wish to take back their neighborhoods from crime and decay.

SAFFE officers are assigned to each of the six Service Areas Substations that cover all of San Antonio. Click here for a map of substation service areas.

Each of the six SAPD Substations now has its own page on this website. These pages contain useful information for residents. Click the Website link below to view this substation's website page.

Providing deaf and hard of hearing families with assistive technology such as flashing doorbells, flashing and vibrating alarm clocks, flashing carbon monoxide alarms (CO), flashing smoke detectors and fire alarms. All products help deaf and hard of hearing families to be safe in case of an emergency or fire.

Must be deaf or hard of hearing.

Office Hours
Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday: CLOSED
Thursday: CLOSED
Friday: CLOSED
Saturday: CLOSED
Sunday: CLOSED

Call for an appointment.
Angela Childress - Executive Director Send email
(210) 608-7953

Promoting a Christ honoring environment where people can meet and fellowship, learn and promote firearm safety, and participate in shooting activities/events.  

Help inexperienced students gain the knowledge, skills and attitude necessary for safely owning and using a firearm by learning basic fundamentals of gun safety, operation, maintenance, ammunition, and shooting activities.  

Encourage advanced shooters to adhere and promote the fundamentals of firearm safety, with an emphasis on continued advancement of their skills.

Click here for more information and registration.

Wednesday: 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Frank Payette - Leader
163.71 miles away, P.O. Box 20395, Waco, TX, 76702

In addition to McLennan County, the Family Abuse Center serves Bosque, Falls, Freestone, Hill, Limestone, Navarro, and Ellis Counties. In an effort to better serve these 7 counties, the Family Abuse Center intentionally engages these communities through outreach and educational efforts.

Our advocates are frequently in the seven counties building community relationships, advertising the services FAC provides free of charge to domestic violence survivors, and educating groups about domestic violence and its impact on our local communities.

McLennan County, Bosque, Falls, Freestone, Hill, Limestone, Navarro, and Ellis Counties.

FREE

24/7