Temporary Shelter near 78205

Temporary Shelter near

San Antonio Community Resource Directory
COVID-19 Notice

We are still taking in veterans. Intake is currently being done at these locations and times:

  • 611 N Flores; Mon-Thu, 8:30 am-5:00 pm and Fri, 8:30 am-4:30 pm
  • 206 San Pedro Ave; Mon-Thu, 8:30 am-5:00 pm and Fri, 8:30 am-4:30 pm 

All American GI Forum sites are using increased protective measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Another project operated by the Veterans Enterprises of Texas is a specially designed center that provides work opportunities for veterans with disabilities that are not ready for mainstream employment. The VETS Work Center is a sheltered environment that promotes temporary work opportunities that will assist in the transformation of these veterans to reach their full potential and enter a mainstream work environment. “VETS” is a member organization of the National Industries for the Severely Handicapped (NISH), also known as Ability-One. “VETS” seeks out contract opportunities with government and private industry to create work that will be conducive to the hiring of a workforce of disabled veterans. The VETS Work Center’s primary work is “kitting,” where assembly of products or materials into a kit create an in-product. A great example is the current contract the Work Center is performing for the U.S. Army who awards retiring soldiers a beautiful commemorative box with a folded American flag, lapel pin, a DVD of information, and some auto decals for retirees. The VETS box manufacturing company (described above) produces the box, and the disabled veterans at the VETS Work Center fold the flags and assemble the pieces to create the commemorative retirement kit. The Center, which was specifically designed for this fulfillment work, has great warehouse space, robust electrical and pneumatic systems for contracts requiring repetitive “bench work” (i.e. electrical soldering, pneumatic hand tools, etc.). The Work Center is an important element in the continuum of care offered to veterans by the American GI Forum National Veterans Outreach Program, and it provides disabled veterans a means of recovery with pride and dignity. Interested customers are encouraged to contact the American GI Forum National Veterans Outreach Program for further information on the work of the VETS Work Center at (210) 223-4088. This non-profit entity is approved as a charitable organization under section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Service.
Disabled veterans
Van, Mitchell - Senior Director Send email
(210) 233-4088
COVID-19 Notice

The Shelter remains open during the crisis but is at full capacity.

We can assist in referring families in need to other resources.

The shelter provides immediate, short-term housing for women and families experiencing homelessness. The objective is to move these individuals and families from crisis to stability with emergency shelter. Rooms come available most days on a first-come, first-served basis.
Women, mothers and children, and intact families. (Couples must show marriage certificate.)
No Fee
Open 24 Hours
(210) 352-2046
COVID-19 Notice

This Safe Place is OPEN to provide services as usual.

Please be aware our RMYA staff are monitoring city, state, and national responses to COVID-19 and will make adjustments as necessary to keep all of our clients and stakeholders protected.

Please feel free to call our 24-hour hotline (210-340-8090) with questions or concerns.

Here’s how Safe Place works: Step One – A young person enters a Safe Place and asks for help. Step Two – The site employee finds a comfortable place for the youth to wait while they call the licensed Safe Place agency. For the greater San Antonio area that is Roy Maas Youth Alternatives (RMYA). Step Three – Within 30 minutes, a RMYA staff member or qualified Safe Place volunteer will arrive to talk with the youth and, if necessary, provide transportation to RMYA's Centro Seguro Drop-In Center. Step Four – Once at Centro Seguro, counselors meet with the youth and provide support. Agency staff makes sure the youth and their families receive the help and professional services they need.
This program is for youth under the age of 18 in need of immediate help and safety.
Free
Open 24 hours
Youth Hotline
(210) 340-8090
COVID-19 Notice

Haven for Hope continues to adjust its services as the local COVID-19 situation evolves.

The Intake Department has reponed to new clients.

Haven's Courtyard is fully staffed and providing services that include shelter, meals, medical, counseling, employment, housing, showers, laundry, etc. As usual, Courtyard Guests can come and go during the day, but there is a 7:00 pm campus-wide curfew. We are trying our best to practice social distancing for sleeping, mealtime, waiting in lines, and mingling.

Our main phone line (210-220-2100) is open to assist with referrals.

We also continue to either provide or find shelter for families, as best we can, on an as-needed basis.

The Courtyard is a safe area with basic medical needs, communal showers, outdoor sleeping on mats, meals and other basic services.

To access services call visit our Intake office M-F 8 am-3 pm or call (210) 220-2100 or email [email protected] for more information.

Must have a Texas ID or obtain one within 30 days of entering.

All services are at no cost to Haven clients

24 hours, 7 days a week
Haven For Hope Courtyard
(210) 220-2480
The San Antonio Rescue Mission dormitory houses up to 40 men in bunk beds. • All bed linens are washed, dried and replaced on each bed every day. • Showers and personal hygiene items are provided. • Meal served after chapel services. • Soiled clothing can be exchanged for clean clothes.
Men only.
Mission opens at 5:30pm Chapel Service at 7:00pm Meal served at 8:00pm
(210) 222-9736
Strong Foundation is focused on assisting homeless families with children who need a fresh start in life. We offer a program which provides families a safe place to live while they are doing their part to get back on their feet, and working toward having a changed life. The goal for all our programs is for the participants to have a better life that will ultimately span into eternity.
(210) 641-4357
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 residential shelter at the Haven for Hope campus to meet the specific needs of adults who are experiencing homelessness and have severe mental illness, substance use, or co-occurring disorders.
(210) 261-1410
Our emergency shelter is located on Haven for Hope's campus. We currently have 10 beds for LGBTQ young adults ages 18-24, and are one of two LGBTQ-specific emergency shelters in the state of Texas. Our residents have access to safe living quarters, meals, showers, laundry facilities, hygiene supplies, and other basic living needs, but also have access to many other services and resources to help them work towards self-sufficiency and exiting homelessness: • ?Strengths-based support, including an individual case management plan that meets the resident's specific needs and goals. • Education Services: If needed, residents can be connected with an off-campus GED or high school diploma recovery program. Our partnership with Workforce Solutions Alamo connects our young adults to vocational trade programs for in-demand occupations, which ensures they will make sufficient funds to sustain housing. • Employment Resources: Assistance in resume development, job searches, and connections to other local agencies. • ?Mental health services: Coordination for LGBTQ-specific counseling services onsite or offsite, including weekly group and individual sessions. • Life Skills: Weekly life skills classes cover topics including becoming financially literate, exploring self-identified hobbies and interests, and developing and utilizing healthy communication and social skills • ?Medical Care: Access to HIV/STI testing and LGBTQ-specific medical services, including access to appointments and Hormone Replacement Therapy medications for our transgender residents. • Legal services - Assistance in recovering documents (such as ID or Social Security card); guidance through the process of legally changing name and gender markers for our transgender residents?. • Aftercare: Support and coaching is offered 6-12 months after residents leave Thrive to obtain their own housing.
LGBTQ youth ages 18-24
Free
Sandra Whitley - Executive Director Send email
(210) 212-2935
Homeless shelter and homeless veteran outreach program. We provide a safe place where you can leave you things without the worry of theft. Free meals every day. Coffee served all day. Laundry machines.
$320/month or $80/week.
24 hours
Living Stones
(210) 472-1415
Outpatient HIV Medical Care: Providing compassionate medical treatment that empowers health and prevention in an outpatient setting: • Healthcare provided by doctors with board-certified expertise • Onsite blood draw service • Onsite pharmacy (while you wait or delivery) • Medication assistance for eligible clients • Medication counseling by physician or pharmacist • Medication assistance for eligible clients • Multidisciplinary approach to provision of comprehensive healthcare • For an appointment, phone 210-225-4716 or email [email protected] Onsite Pharmacy: • Astoria Pharmacy, a division of Southside Pharmacy, is located at SAAF in the outpatient clinic suite. Astoria offers: o Retail pharmacy o Specialty pharmacy o Free confidential delivery o Refill reminders o Copay assistance o ADAP Program o 340B pharmacy o Patient advocacy and community liaison o Competitive cash prices. o Accept 350 insurance plans and provide pharmaceutical assistance for patients who qualify for Ryan White benefits. o To transfer or refill your prescription, phone: 210-951-8877 or email [email protected] Medical Case Management: • Clients meet regularly with our medical case managers who ensure access to medical care, retention in care and adherence to medications. Treatment adherence counseling is provided to ensure readiness for and adherence to complex HIV treatments. • In addition, medical case managers help to navigate and coordinate the complex social service system thus ensuring access to all available medical and supportive services that may help to optimize their life situations and improve healthcare outcomes. Non-Medical Case Management: • Our non-medical case managers provide guidance and assistance to clients in accessing medical, social, community, legal, financial and other needed services. Non-medical case managers may also help clients access other public and private programs for which they may be eligible, such as Medicaid, Medicare Part D, State Pharmacy Assistance Programs, Pharmaceutical Manufacturer’s Patient Assistance Programs and Health Insurance Marketplace Plans. Behavior/Mental Health: • Professional counselors help clients identify goals and potential solutions to problems which cause emotional turmoil; seek to improve communication and coping skills; strengthen self-esteem; and promote behavior change and optimal health. • Our mental health clinicians are state-licensed professionals who can provide individual and group therapy. Dental Care: • Clients receive HIV-related oral health care or dental care through dental subcontractors in the community. Through Ryan White funding SAAF can subcontract diagnostic, preventative and therapeutic services by general dental practitioners, dental specialists and dental hygienists. • For More Information or to set up services, contact the intake coordinator at 210-225-4715. Transitional, Short-term Housing: • Only a short walking distance from SAAF, the facility houses a total of 20 men, women and transgender homeless clients at any given time • Staffed 24/7 • Residents may remain in the program for 90 days and are eligible to re-enter program after 90 days of discharge. • The Carson House is a drug and alcohol free environment. • The mission of the program is to allow homeless individuals living with HIV/AIDS to reside in a comfortable, home-like environment for up to three months, providing them the opportunity to move beyond their present situation and achieve residential stability. • Clients admitted to program can be referred from any variety of AIDS service or social service organizations, such as prison discharge units, hospital discharge units, drug treatment programs, etc. • Residents pay a minimal monthly housing fee. • The facility is wheelchair accessible.
Services only available to registered clients - individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm; Sat, 11:00am-3:00pm
COVID-19 Notice

We are receiving new residents at this time. Mothers must be willing to engage in employment or education for a minimum of 30 hours per week. Call for an interview.

Guadalupe Home is a transitional living program for women who find themselves without shelter and basic needs who are pregnant and/or parenting and are over the age of 18.

Guadalupe Home provides safe shelter and support services in a home-like environment for mothers and their children to nurture and support their family unit.

Support services are provided to residents in an effort to care for themselves and their children while moving towards self-sufficiency.

Additionally, opportunities for personal development are offered to the residents including assistance with goal setting and achievement, establishing priorities and effective decision-making.

Guadalupe Home encourages residents to take steps toward becoming independent, while creating a new life for their family.

Please contact Mariel Luna, Program Director, at 210476-0707 for more information.

Women, pregnant or parenting, over 18

Call for information.
Mariel Luna - Program Director
(210) 476-0707
1.93 miles away, 1213 Iowa St, San Antonio, TX, 78203 , D2
COVID-19 Notice

Click here for the latest information about RMYA programs during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please be aware our RMYA staff are monitoring city, state, and national responses to COVID-19 and will make adjustments as necessary to keep all of our clients and stakeholders protected. Please feel free to call our 24-hour hotline at #210-340-8090 with questions or concerns.

Here’s how Safe Place works:

Step One – A young person enters a Safe Place and asks for help.

Step Two – The site employee finds a comfortable place for the youth to wait while they call the licensed Safe Place agency. For the greater San Antonio area that is Roy Maas Youth Alternatives (RMYA).

Step Three – Within 30 minutes, a RMYA staff member or qualified Safe Place volunteer will arrive to talk with the youth and, if necessary, provide transportation to RMYA's Centro Seguro Drop-In Center.

Step Four – Once at Centro Seguro, counselors meet with the youth and provide support. Agency staff makes sure the youth and their families receive the help and professional services they need.

This program is for youth under the age of 18 in need of immediate help and safety.

Free

Branch hours: Mon-Thu, 5:30am-9:00pm Fri, 5:30am-8:00pm Sat, 8:00am-4:00pm Sun, closed
Youth Hotline
(210) 340-8090
COVID-19 Notice

Click here for the latest information about RMYA programs during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please be aware our RMYA staff are monitoring city, state, and national responses to COVID-19 and will make adjustments as necessary to keep all of our clients and stakeholders protected. Please feel free to call our 24-hour hotline at #210-340-8090 with questions or concerns.

Here’s how Safe Place works:

Step One – A young person enters a Safe Place and asks for help.

Step Two – The site employee finds a comfortable place for the youth to wait while they call the licensed Safe Place agency. For the greater San Antonio area that is Roy Maas Youth Alternatives (RMYA).

Step Three – Within 30 minutes, a RMYA staff member or qualified Safe Place volunteer will arrive to talk with the youth and, if necessary, provide transportation to RMYA's Centro Seguro Drop-In Center.

Step Four – Once at Centro Seguro, counselors meet with the youth and provide support. Agency staff makes sure the youth and their families receive the help and professional services they need.

This program is for youth under the age of 18 in need of immediate help and safety.

Free

Branch hours: Mon-Fri, 5:00am-9:30pm Sat, 7:00am-6:00pm Sun, 10:00am-5:00pm
Youth Hotline
(210) 340-8090
This 100-bed dormitory is an affordable, short-term housing option for men who are in transitioning.
Men only. Must present valid ID. No sex offenders.
$12/night $70/week $250/month
Open 24/7
(210) 732-0866
A Safe Place to Call Home: We know that learning happens best when you and your family feel safe and settled at home. Our housing and education program provides subsidized transitional housing for you and your children. Housing includes: • A safe space for you and your family • After-school care to help your children thrive • A supportive community that celebrates together. If you have no place to call home or are on the verge of crisis, we want to help. Education—The Path to a Better Future: You may feel like many of the women who reach out to us. Hopeless. Overwhelmed. Like you have no future. Over the years, we've seen women just like you change their lives with education. You're not alone. We are here to help. Women in our programs have: • Completed their GED • Finished a college degree • Watched their children thrive in a caring after-school program • Found themselves earning a living-wage • Become self-sustaining • Provided their family with a better future Full Education Program: Our housing and education program provides transitional housing, after-school programs, mentoring and more to help women complete a college degree. The Visitation House Learning Center: Our community learning center is open to other women who want to take the next steps to improve their education.
Women/single mothers and their children only
Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5:00pm
Sister Yolanda Tarango, CCVI - Executive Director Send email
(210) 735-6910
H.O.M.E. Intervention Services. Our vision is to facilitate charitable , educational, and faith-based services in underserved communities with an emphasis on assisting women , children and female ex-offenders, find housing, enroll in literacy programs, and obtain employment skills that lead to a better quality of life.
Home Intervention Services has 2 family rooms available. Single women with up to 3 children. Men are not allowed on property. Our home is not a free living situation each family pays rent in the amount of $400/month. We have a 6 bedroom home with 3 living rooms. Each family gets their own kitchen space as well. They would have to buy their own food and be sufficient.
(210) 531-6460 Send email
Ms. Washington Send email
(210) 531-6460
3.62 miles away, 2900 Ruiz St, San Antonio, TX, 78228 , D5
COVID-19 Notice

The YMCA that hosts this Safe Place is CLOSED. Please call our 24-hour hotline (210-340-8090) for directions to the nearest OPEN Safe Place or other assistance.

Here’s how Safe Place works: Step One – A young person enters a Safe Place and asks for help. Step Two – The site employee finds a comfortable place for the youth to wait while they call the licensed Safe Place agency. For the greater San Antonio area that is Roy Maas Youth Alternatives (RMYA). Step Three – Within 30 minutes, a RMYA staff member or qualified Safe Place volunteer will arrive to talk with the youth and, if necessary, provide transportation to RMYA's Centro Seguro Drop-In Center. Step Four – Once at Centro Seguro, counselors meet with the youth and provide support. Agency staff makes sure the youth and their families receive the help and professional services they need.
This program is for youth under the age of 18 in need of immediate help and safety.
Free
Branch hours: Mon-Thu, 6:00am-9:00pm Fri, 6:00am-8:00pm Sat, 8:00am-4:00pm Sun, closed
Youth Hotline
(210) 340-8090
COVID-19 Notice

Click here for the latest information about RMYA programs during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please be aware our RMYA staff are monitoring city, state, and national responses to COVID-19 and will make adjustments as necessary to keep all of our clients and stakeholders protected. Please feel free to call our 24-hour hotline at #210-340-8090 with questions or concerns.

Here’s how Safe Place works:

Step One – A young person enters a Safe Place and asks for help.

Step Two – The site employee finds a comfortable place for the youth to wait while they call the licensed Safe Place agency. For the greater San Antonio area that is Roy Maas Youth Alternatives (RMYA).

Step Three – Within 30 minutes, a RMYA staff member or qualified Safe Place volunteer will arrive to talk with the youth and, if necessary, provide transportation to RMYA's Centro Seguro Drop-In Center.

Step Four – Once at Centro Seguro, counselors meet with the youth and provide support. Agency staff makes sure the youth and their families receive the help and professional services they need.

This program is for youth under the age of 18 in need of immediate help and safety.

Free

Branch hours: Mon-Thu, 5:15am-9:00pm Fri, 5:15am-8:00pm Sat, 8:00am-4:00pm Sun, closed
Youth Hotline
(210) 340-8090
COVID-19 Notice

During this time, Centro will focus its services on youth 17 and under. Youth 18 and over will be triaged and served on a case-by-case basis.

Centro Seguro is a 24-hour drop-in/drop-out center for young people age 18 and under who are in need of a safe place due to homelessness, runaway, unsafe living conditions, or falling victims to sex traffickers. Youth have access to a wide array of services from a hot shower, a meal, a change of clothing, and immediate therapeutic support. Safety and security, in a non-judgmental atmosphere is the priority at Centro Seguro. In addition to on-site emergency drop in services, clients receive ongoing case management including referrals for medical, dental, and vision care; individual and family counseling services; as well as support groups. Come by or call our hotline: (210) 340-8090
We are open 24/7.
COVID-19 Notice

Family Counseling & Resource Center is offering telehealth services for counseling, case management, psychiatry, and crisis sessions. Face-to-face counseling sessions may be available on a limited basis, based on client needs. For more information, please call #210-340-7971 ext. 1100.

It is difficult to ignore the many problems families face on a daily basis. Roy Maas Youth Alternatives (RMYA) provides individual and family counseling, short-term pediatric and adolescent psychiatric services, and low-cost parent education classes for youth and their families.

Assessments may be available, as needed, for temporary and voluntary short-term residential care at The Bridge Emergency Shelter, where residents have access to psychiatric services.

Counseling Services: We work with families experiencing a variety of behavioral and emotional crises, including but not limited to: parent-child conflicts, anxiety, substance abuse, runaways, truancy, emotional control issues and anger management.

We are an approved site for Bexar County Juvenile Probation and the Department of Family and Protective Services mandated counseling.

Community Psychiatric Clinic: The RMYA Community Psychiatric Clinic provides short-term psychiatric services in conjunction with individual child and family counseling, for community children waiting to be seen by a private psychiatrist. Our counselors partner with psychiatric residents from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, to provide evaluations and follow-up assessments for children coping with mental health issues that could lead to abuse, hospitalization, or the breakdown of the family unit.
RMYA also provides referrals for long-term psychiatric care when necessary.

Parenting Classes: Our agency offers the Becoming a Love and Logic Parent training course. The seven week Becoming a Love and Logic Parent program was developed by Jim Fay, Charles Fay, PhD., and Foster W. Cline, M.D., of the Love and Logic Institute, Inc., in Golden, Colorado.

Emergency Shelter Services: Is your family constantly fighting? Does your home feel out-of-control and chaotic? Do you feel like running away is your only option? You are not alone! RMYA offers shelter services for youth 5 to 17 years age. Please call our office for further information at (210) 340-7971

To make an appointment, please call 210-340-7971

All counseling services are offered to the community on a sliding scale.

Parenting Classes are $7 each, or $35 when pre-registering for the whole course.

We accept Community First Medicaid, Traditional Medicaid, and Superior Health Medicaid. We also accept Master Card and Visa.

Mon-Wed 11am-8pm, Thu 8am-5pm, and Fri 9am-6pm.
COVID-19 Notice

Click here for the latest information about RMYA programs during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please be aware our RMYA staff are monitoring city, state, and national responses to COVID-19 and will make adjustments as necessary to keep all of our clients and stakeholders protected. Please feel free to call our 24-hour hotline at #210-340-8090 with questions or concerns.

Are you 18 or younger? Need a safe place to go?
Come by or call. We are open 24/7.
4.94 miles away, 2109 Babs Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78213 , D1
COVID-19 Notice

Click here for the latest information about RMYA programs during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please be aware our RMYA staff are monitoring city, state, and national responses to COVID-19 and will make adjustments as necessary to keep all of our clients and stakeholders protected. Please feel free to call our 24-hour hotline at #210-340-8090 with questions or concerns.

Many youth aging out of foster care and youth who grew up in abusive or neglectful homes are ill equipped to adjust to life on their own. When young adults 18-22 find themselves unprepared for the responsibilities of adulthood and without the skills necessary to live independently, they end up homeless, as drug addicts or in prostitution, and many end up in jail. In order to combat this growing population of homeless young people, RMYA offers the TurningPoint Transitional Living program to help youth who have aged out of foster care as well as other homeless youth. These vulnerable young adults are given a safe place to live and are taught how to care for themselves so that they can become productive, empowered members of our community.
For more information about TurningPoint, please call (210) 349-3610.
COVID-19 Notice

Accepting intake for individuals who have had an incident of DV within the last 24 hours or threats on their lives.

• 24-hour Crisis Intervention • Individual and group counseling for women and children • Legal assistance • Transitional housing • On-site primary medical and dental care Services are available in both English and Spanish
24/7 Crisis Hotline: (210) 733-8810
SAMMinistries' Transitional Housing Program is a residential program for families meeting HUD's definition as "literally homeless" (coming directly from emergency shelter or from the street/other place not meant for habitation. The program serves single parents with children or couples with children, and residents may stay for up to 24 months. On-site services available include: * Case management * Mental health counseling * Educational services for adults and children * Child care * Life skills classes * Medical and dental clinic * Services tailored for victims of domestic violence, and other crime * An array of health, wellness, and social activities for adults and children.
Must meet HUD definition as "literally homeless" and must be referred by the community's Coordinated Entry system. This facility does not serve single individuals. Families may consist of couples with children, or single mothers or fathers with children.
Office: 8:00am - 5:00pm The program is residential, 24/7, year-round
Teshina Carter - Director of Clinical and Transitional Services Send email
(210) 321-5695
COVID-19 Notice

Call for information about this program in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Basic Center Program (BC) works to establish or strengthen community-based programs that meet the immediate needs of runaway and homeless youth and their families.

The BC Program services youth 12-17 years of age, providing 21 days of emergency shelter, food, clothing, counseling, and referrals for healthcare. The BC seeks to reunite young people with their families whenever possible or to locate appropriate alternative placements.

The program also provides education, recreation programs, and aftercare services for youth after they leave the shelter

When accepting youth for services, the program considers the individual needs of each youth and how we can best meet their needs. The BC Program receives referrals from schools, social services, churches, courts, juvenile probation departments, parents and guardians, and other child-placing agencies.

Under certain circumstances, we accept youth adjudicated as in need of supervision. However, we will not accept youth charged with violent crimes such as murder, rape, manslaughter, sexual assault, robbery, carjacking, kidnapping, or similar crimes.

Tamara Glenn - Outreach Send email
(210) 804-1786
Transition Centers are “one-stop shops” that offer case management, counseling, sheltering, and life skills training to at-risk young adults. Each transition center houses and partners with government and community organizations to ensure comprehensive, yet non-duplicated, services that help youth become independent and law-abiding adults. These centers are a resource to thousands of youth aging out of the foster care system or returning home from juvenile justice institutions.
(210) 733-7932