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1.San Antonio Aids Foundation
818 E Grayson St
SheltersHospicesClinicsAIDS Information & Services
The San Antonio AIDS Foundation (SAAF, /sāf/) has a dual mission — to provide compassionate medical care and social services to people with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), and to help prevent the spread of HIV through education, counseling and testing. We are guided by the belief that HIV/AIDS is a disease and those affected by this disease should receive compassion and understanding. We are committed to providing medical care for persons with HIV/AIDS, and education and testing to help prevent the spread of HIV. SAAF advocates a harm reduction philosophy believing that all individuals with HIV need compassionate services, including food and shelter, irrespective of their circumstances and practices. SAAF exists to provide dignity and comfort to individuals infected with HIV and AIDS. SAAF supports the provision of services without discrimination on any basis, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, handicap, immigrant status, national origin, and criminal background.
2.San Antonio Aids Foundation
333 S Hackberry
SheltersClinicsAIDS Information & ServicesMedical Clinics
3.San Antonio Aids foundation
818 E Grayson St
SheltersClinicsAIDS Information & ServicesMedical Clinics
4.Casa Hospitalidad De Guadlepe
SheltersSocial Service Organizations
7.Voa Elderly Housing
8503 Huebner Rd
Housing Consultants & Referral ServiceHuman Services OrganizationsSocial Service OrganizationsShelters
1223 S Trinity St
Residential Care FacilitiesShelters
9.Housing Authority of Bexar County
3760 Remigio St
Housing Consultants & Referral ServiceApartmentsShelters
10.San Antonio Housing Authority
210 S Grimes Ste 104
Housing Consultants & Referral ServiceSocial Service OrganizationsSheltersReal Estate Agents
11.Kirby Animal Care Services
5503 Duffek Dr
Animal SheltersRescue ServicesHumane SocietiesKennels
12.Boys Town Texas Inc.
503 Urban Loop
Foster Care AgenciesCharitiesHuman Services OrganizationsSocial Service Organizations
13.North San Antonio Chamber Of Commerce
12930 Country Pkwy
Chambers Of CommerceBusiness & Trade OrganizationsSocial Service OrganizationsCommunity Organizations
14.ABC Adoption Agency
342 W Woodlawn Ave Ste 300
Social Service OrganizationsAdoption ServicesAbortion Alternatives
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An unplanned pregnancy can be overwhelming. You may feel confused, alone and scared all while trying to do what is best for you, your unborn child and many times, for other children in your home. The staff at ABC Adoption Agency is available to answer any questions you may have. You are entitled to receive as much information as possible regarding the adoption process prior to making any decisions.
15.Alzheimer's Association San Antonio & South Texas Chapter
10223 Mcallister Fwy Ste 100
AssociationsAssisted Living & Elder Care ServicesSocial Service OrganizationsMedical Service Organizations
What is Alzheimer's: Alzheimer's is a disease that attacks the brain. It is the most common form of dementia. What is Dementia: Dementia is a general term for a decline in mental ability severe enough to interfere with daily life. Diagnosis: If you or a loved one have concerns about memory loss or other symptoms of Alzheimer's or a related dementia, it is important to be evaluated by a physician. Alzheimer's is not a normal part of aging.
16.Bridge Emergency Shelter
3103 West Ave
Social Service OrganizationsCommunity Organizations
Bridge Emergency Shelter is an emergency shelter home for children and youth who experiences crisis in their young lives and need a safe place to stay for a short period of time. It is a coeducation facility that serves children between five to 17 years and also offers a daily program. Additionally it provides educational services through the San Antonio School District. Its additional services include individual and group counseling and life skills classes. The home also offers various cultural, educational, and recreational activities for the residents. The home is owned and operated operated by Roy Maas' Youth Alternatives. Bridge Emergency Shelter is located in San Antonio, Texas.
17.Excel Ministries' Progressive Women's Center
6628 Crestway Dr
Counselors-Licensed ProfessionalCounseling ServicesMarriage, Family, Child & Individual CounselorsPsychologists
18.Bright Ideas Children's Enrichment Center
9433 Fredericksburg Rd
Child CareSocial Service Organizations
I just happened to be looking up Bright Ideas Day Care Center although Both my beautiful children graduated from Bright Ideasyears ago (2005). We and our children had the most wonderful and trusting experience at this day care/ school. Wow what a head start they got for their futures by going to Bright ideas. My daughter is now in College and my son will be very soon. They learned so much in Bright Ideas. What a wonderful and safe place to take your children to as we did. Our children were at Bright Ideas when the original owners ran the school. Their daughter (Marie) too over as didn't miss a beat as far as running the school. I completely trust this place for helping raise our children. Love you Bright Ideas
9606 Bandera Rd
Community OrganizationsSocial Service Organizations
My kids and I love this place! I just joined and I am so happy there thus far. The classes are great, very engaging, outstanding instructors who want to help you achieve your goals. The child watch areas and clean and beautiful, nice teachers and I feel extremely comfortable leaving my children in their care! Lots of activities for them too! Great community oriented center! Plan to be a member for a long time!
2881 Thousand Oaks Dr
Adult Day Care CentersAssisted Living & Elder Care ServicesSocial Service Organizations
This place is truly a blessing! My daughter attends on a weekly basis. She has improved in her Money Management and her Writing Skills! Very happy with Andrew, the Director there. Here they truly care about my daughter not like other places in the past where numbers matter more.
21.National Youth Sports San Antonio
2549 Jackson Keller Rd
Social Service OrganizationsYouth Organizations & CentersSports Clubs & Organizations
NYS offers a wide variety of sports for kids ages 3 to 16 years old. Our goal is to offer amateur sports programs through a volunteer base for all people to have the physical, mental, and moral development of amateur athletics, to promote good sportsmanship and good citizenship, and to serve the youth, the family and the community through participation in youth sports.
22.Avalon Social Services Inc
1731 N Comal
Counseling ServicesHuman Services OrganizationsSocial Service OrganizationsMarriage, Family, Child & Individual Counselors
Very good service for any one who needs it.
613 Peacock Ave
CharitiesSocial Service Organizations
Let me tell you I couldn't believe how much my daughter's have changed. They love the worker's so much and they have so much patient's.. My daughter's always want me to pick them up last because they want to enjoy every min. I can really say my daughter's have found a new place were they feel like they are home.. I can really say that Mrs. Yolanda has been there for over 15yrs and she is fantastic... My daughter's from now on they well be staying in this Salvation Army untile they are ready to leave... Best people ever..
24.Backyard Kids Learning Center
7305 Huebner Rd
Day Care Centers & NurseriesEducational ServicesChild CareSocial Service Organizations
my two children go there one in the infant room and my oldest in the 3 & 4 class. they both been going there for 7 months and they just love it. the teachers there are great keep up the great job.
25.The Arc of Texas
4372 Thousand Oaks Dr
Developmentally Disabled & Special Needs Services & ProductsHuman Services OrganizationsSocial Service OrganizationsDisability Services
Very helpful and dependable
26.Richard Lyons Jr L Bsw
13497 Wetmore Rd
Social WorkersSocial Service Organizations
Hmmm, what can I say about this man that will convey why he's such an asset to the field he's chosen to do good work in, without writing a book that is so long you eventually lose interest? I guess I'll just say that if not for Richard, you wouldn't be reading my words today as I'd be long dead. If you are someone who is ready to be brave enough to do the work for (an) issue(s) that affect your quality of life, and are open minded enough to attempt to trust a professional to help you, Richard is a great place to start. More details? On top of being a great diagnostician (from 1999 to 2011 I saw 10+ therapists and none prior to Richard could properly diagnose me - a lot of money wasted on not a lot of resources over those years - Richard should collect ALL of their paychecks!), Richard is very flexible. He approaches therapy with regard to the human sitting across from him, and while the stigma is that "therapy is just for rehashing the past and crying it out", Richard can let you vent or help you see other perspectives so you'll gain insight into your issues, but he also works with other options; sometimes we've practiced deep breathing techniques so I can stop a panic attack quicker while in between sessions, and other times we've spent back to back sessions with him at his white board, never condescending but always teaching more about the theory of what happens in your head when you i.e. get mad and get the urge to maim someone instead of handle anger like "a normal person". In short, if you're willing to put in the time, you'll find yourself in an emotionally safe and genuine-feeling environment to not only vent and process what's "going on in your head" but also learn new skills, ways of thinking, and be encouraged to practice them for as long as it takes and you're no longer in need of such guidance, but now doing it on your own! THANK YOU to Richard in case you ever read this, because really, there *are* no other words and so I cannot say those two enough.
27.Wounded Warrior Project
12672 Silicon Dr
Veterans & Military OrganizationsAssociationsSocial Service Organizations
Sounds like a geat program. I'd like to know how they help veterans more specifically/directly. Who has been helped? How have they been helped? Thanks. email@example.com
10647 Culebra Rd
Thrift ShopsResale ShopsSocial Service OrganizationsUsed Furniture
29.Bloomfield Hills Homeowner's Association
8832 Falcon Pl
AssociationsSocial Service OrganizationsBusiness & Trade Organizations
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30.Cornelia Beach MSW
7272 Wurzbach Rd Ste 1504
PsychologistsSocial Service OrganizationsSocial Workers
My adopted daughter is a former patient of Ms. Beach's. We saw her for a period of about five years. Due to moving, we had to discontinue seeing her, and I regret this very much. \r \r Ms. Beach was kind, considerate, easy to talk to, and she helped both me and my daughter, who is diagnosed with reactive attachment disorder. \r \r I highly recommend Ms. Beach and I regret being too far away to continue to use her.
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