$3.4 million in state funding strengthens addiction recovery housing in San Antonio
Finding safe, sober homes for young adults in recovery can be tough, but it's crucial to end the cycle of addiction. That's why UT Health San Antonio is using state funding to strengthen recovery homes across San Antonio.
Shelters, nonprofits, churches in San Antonio ready to help during frigid weather
SAN ANTONIO – A community-wide response is underway in San Antonio ahead of the frigid weather expected over the next few days to assist the city’s homeless population. SARA has been a five-year-long community effort to better serve the city’s homeless population. She said in a time like this, at least 10 churches and nonprofits have stepped up to do their part. The city also has a homeless hotline, 210-207-1799, for more information, including how to help and where to volunteer. RELATED: City of San Antonio, partner agencies to provide shelter to homeless during frigid nights
Broadway show ‘Come From Away’ brings Newfoundland to San Antonio
SAN ANTONIO, Texas. North Park Lexus Broadway in San Antonio is hosting a special donation drive at the Majestic Theatre along with the Broadway show “Come From Away” for the Corazon Ministries at Travis Park Church. The musical is about strangers coming together to help one another during a difficult time, so it’s fitting this donation drive is happening alongside this fantastic musical. The donation drive runs from Tuesday, Feb 25 to Sunday, March 1. Donation drops will be located at the entrances of the Majestic Theatre, and inside the box officeFor information on Broadway in San Antonio, visit BroadwayInSanAntonio.com.