Discover how you can get involved and contribute to Continuum of Care happenings, events, and initiatives.
The CoC Membership Council serves as the primary source of expertise and program implementation for the Board of Directors. Responsibilities include providing input, expertise, and council-approved recommendations to SARAH staff and the Board regarding all matters relating to Continuum of Care (CoC) responsibilities, policies, and procedures. Interested agencies, click here to apply.
– Alamo Colleges District, Palo Alto College
– American GI Forum National Veterans Outreach Program
– Bexar County
– Bexar County Health Collaborative
– Catholic Charities
– Catholic Worker House/Housing First Community Coalition
– Center for Health Care Services
– City of San Antonio, Department of Human Services
– Corazon Ministries
– Crosspoint, Inc.
– Daughters of Charity Services
– Edgewood ISD
– Endeavors Inc.
– Family Violence Prevention Services
– Haven for Hope
– Helen’s Project
– Homeless Management Information System (HMIS)
– Housing Authority of Bexar County
– Humans R Life
– Northeast Independent School District
– Northside Independent School District, Connections Program
– Pay it Forward
– Roy Maas Youth Alternatives
– San Antonio AIDS Foundation
– San Antonio Food Bank
– SA Hope Center
– San Antonio Housing Authority (SAHA)
– San Antonio Metropolitan Ministries (SAMM)
– San Antonio Police Department (SAPD) Hope Team
– Serendipity Alliance
– Society of St. Vincent de Paul of San Antonio
– South Texas Veteran’s Health Care System, Homeless Veterans Program
– St. Peter St. Joseph Children’s Home (St. PJ’s)
– StandUp for Kids
– Strong Foundation Ministries
– Texas Department of Family & Protective Services (CPS)
– Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid (TRLA)
– The Salvation Army
– Thrive Youth Center
– THRU Project
– UT Health School of Public Health, San Antonio Regional Campus
– Visitation House Ministries
– Volunteers of America – Texas
Workgroups are established by the CoC Membership Council to target specific issues pertaining to homelessness in San Antonio and Bexar County through community collaboration. Our workgroups are a place to make connections within and across sectors, work on special projects, and share resources with the goal of ending homelessness. Workgroups are open to the public and there are no membership requirements.
Workgroup Chairs and Co-Chairs must represent a CoC Membership Council Agency. Click here to access our community calendar for information on meetings. For general information on workgroups, please email MadelineCarrola@sarahomeless.org
Volunteers are needed at the San Fernando Homeless Resource Hub where food, hygiene kits, masks, information on COVID-19 and ID Recovery are provided, as well as a cooling station. PPE will be provided. Click here to sign up.
Volunteers are needed for taking calls at the COVID-19 Homeless Connections Hotline call center. Volunteers with experience are preferred but not required. To volunteer at the hotline call center, please contact Ashley.Poston@sanantonio.gov
Thank you so much to all of our past PIT Count volunteers! The 2021 unsheltered count has been cancelled. Stay tuned for more information!