COVID-19 Community Action: Homeless Support
Dear Community Partners,
The Homeless Services Division of the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services (DHS) requests your assistance with identifying resources available to the unsheltered homeless population during this COVID-19 pandemic shutdown. We ask for you to complete the below survey and let us know if you or your organization would like to assist with our efforts to coordinate relief for this population.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Homeless Division at
or call 210-207-8198.
For more information on COVID-19, refer to
or call the Metro Health Hot Line Number @210-207-5779. The hours of operation are Monday - Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm and Saturday & Sunday 10 am - 3 pm.
DHS Homeless Administrator
Agency Point of Contact
Point of Contact's Phone Number
Point of Contact's Email Address
What services does your agency currently provide?
Permanent Support Housing
Homeless Street Outreach
Mental Health and Substance Use Treatment Program
Daily Meals (outside of food pantry)
Medical Services Assistant
Mental Health and Substance Use Services Assistant
If you selected other, please specify:
Are you currently in operation during the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown?
If your organization is currently providing services during this time, what are your days/hours of operations?
If you are not currently in operation, is your organization interested in volunteering at a variety of sites to help address homelessness within the San Antonio community?
If the City of San Antonio creates homeless hubs throughout the City, would your organization or agency be interested in serving as a distribution center? Possible services include distributing food, hygiene kits, basic services, etc.
If yes, please select the amenities your facility has:
If Other was selected, please explain.
Feel free to provide additional information or comments below.
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