Community Partners

Family Service

Nonprofit Partner

How Family Service impacts San Antonio's shared Community Vision

Family Service is committed to helping individuals and families improve their lives and strengthen their communities. As the oldest human services agency in San Antonio, Family Service provides an expansive array of social services to individuals of diverse ethnic, racial and socio-economic backgrounds. We address the Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) through a trauma-informed care lens, and provide services in the five domains of SDOH including: Economic Stability, Education, Health and Health Care, Neighborhood Supports, and Social and Community Engagement. Our services include: Counseling, Parent Education Classes, Families and Schools Together (FAST), Family Strengthening, Youth Against Gang Activity (YAGA), Youth Education & Career Services, In-home Personal Care Services, Employee Assistance Program, Child Care Resource & Referral, KidShare, Helping Children Cope with Divorce, Adopt-A-Family, Workforce & Financial Sustainability Services, Promotoras, Head Start and Early Head Start, and Uniform Collection and Distribution.

Community Results Impacted

Racial Inequities Impacted

  • Digital Access
  • Education (College Access and College Completion)
  • Family Violence
  • Food Security
  • Health Access
  • Housing
  • Mobility
  • Small Business and Nonprofit Support
  • Workforce Development

Family Service serves:

  • Geographic Area Served
    Regionally: Including Bexar County and/or City of San Antonio
  • District 1 District 2 District 3 District 4 District 5 District 6 District 7 District 8 District 9 District 10
    City Council Districts Served
    All Districts

Economic Impact:

$18,535,753 in revenue

$733,221 in volunteerism

27742 volunteer hours at a value of $26.43, as calculated by Independent Sector

Fiscal Year 2020

Coalitions and Collaborations:

  • Excel Beyond the Bell
  • Ready Kid SA
  • Successfully Aging and Living in San Antonio (SALSA)

Participation in SA2020 Capacity Building:

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  • 388 Staff
  • 51 Interns
  • 1252 Volunteers
  • 36 Board Members

Fiscal Year 2020