Household Essentials Resources

These resources support the general well-being and safety of our families.

Subcategories include: Food & Clothing, Housing & Utilities, Job Assistance, Legal Assistance, Medical & Dental Resources, School Supplies



Providing families with forensic interview services, Counseling, Family Support for children victims and child survivors of abuse and neglect and their non offending family members



Provides affirmative, defensive, and litigation services to low-income immigrants and empowers the community by offering services to remove barriers of oppression, multiply agents of change, and increase clients’ quality of life.

SAISD Adult and Community Education

The SAISD Adult & Community Education program serves the city of San Antonio ages 16 years on up by providing the following FREE wrap around services and classes: High School Equivalency/GED (English and Spanish), English as a Second Language (ESL), U.S. Citizenship (English and Spanish), Self-Paced Distance Learning, TSI Prep, Digital Literacy (computer basics), over 40 different in-demand certifications, micro-credentials, college and career preparation, family literacy, health literacy, financial literacy, and many more.


SAISD Early Childhood Department Counseling & Social Services

Resources available for family issues affecting student’s adjustment to school such as: Accessing services for students with special health care needs; Behavioral or social emotional concerns; Family stressors such as, but not limited to homelessness, grief/loss, domestic violence, and divorce.


St. Mary’s University School of Law Clinical Program

The Clinical Program gives student attorneys a direct opportunity to use their skills to aid individuals in critical need.
Through their clinical work, students at St. Mary’s provide significant service to the community by augmenting the legal resources available to serve the people in San Antonio and South Texas.