Get Help or Access to Housing

If you are at-risk of or experiencing homelessness, learn how to get connected
to Homelink or find resources for other programs in our community.

Coordinated Entry/Homelink

*Due to COVID-19, many of our hubs are taking assessments via telephone*
Coordinated Entry (CE) paves the way for more efficient homeless assistance systems by:

  • Helping people move through the system faster by reducing the amount of time people spend moving from program to program before finding the right match.

  • Reducing new entries into homelessness by consistently offering prevention and diversion resources upfront, reducing the number of people entering the system unnecessarily.

  • Improving data collection and quality and providing accurate information on what kind of assistance consumers need.

Homelink Hubs and Access Points

Haven for Hope

(In-person physical hub)
1 Haven for Hope Way
Homelink Assessment Hours:
Monday – Friday:
7:00AM – 3:00PM

American GI Forum

(In-person, physical hub)
611 N. Flores Suite 200 and
206 San Pedro Ave.
Homelink Assessment Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 8:30AM – 11:30AM

Roy Maas Youth Alternatives (for youth ages 18 – 24)

(In-person, physical hub)
3103 West Ave.
Homelink Assessment Hours:
Monday – Friday, 10:00AM – 4:00PM

Homeless Connections Hotline

(Call-in assessments only)
(210) 207-1799
Homelink Assessment Hours:
Monday: 12:30PM – 4:30PM
Tuesday and Friday: 8:30AM – 4:30PM


(Call-in assessments only)
(210) 840-6437
Homelink Assessment Hours:
Mondays: 9:00AM – 10:45AM

St. Vincent de Paul (Call-in & in-person assessments)

(Domestic Violence Certified Homelink Assessors available here).
Please call for address: (210) 225-7837
Homelink Assessment Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9:30AM – 1:00PM

Other Resources

Click here to visit, a resource directory that helps you find agencies, organizations, or groups in your area that can help with resources such as health and personal care, education, food, goods, housing, legal, transit, etc.

Click here to access the COVID-19
Eviction Prevention Resource Book

Click here to view a list of resources and
assistance from the City of San Antonio.

Domestic Violence Resources

Family Violence Resources from the City of San Antonio

Call (210) 631-0100 to apply for a protective order. Applicants who meet the required legal criteria will come to the Family Justice Center by appointment only to sign a sworn affidavit. Applicants may also fill out the intake form by clicking here (can submit online or by mail).

Family Violence
Prevention Services – The Battered Women and Children’s Shelter

24/7 Crisis Hotline: (210) 733-8810

Click here to visit their website

For free legal assistance, click here

National Domestic Violence Hotline:
1 (800) 799-7233

Para espaƱol, haz clic aqui.

Rape Crisis Center

24-Hour Hotline: (210) 349-7273

To visit their website, click here

Chat Live Online with this center

For a list of immediate resources, click here