San Antonio Chef Michael Sohocki extends his sustainable business practices to include hiring employees who are former Haven for Hope residents.
Robert Marbut Jr. was tapped to lead U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness. His approach to homelessness contradicts that of the federal agency
A team from homelessness mitigation consultant firm Homebase started work last week on San Antonio’s strategic plan to house and help its most vulnerable population.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg joined more than a dozen religious leaders Friday in signing a proclamation to reaffirm the Interfaith San Antonio Alliance’s mission to improve the availability of affordable housing.
San Antonio City Council approved a zoning change Thursday that will allow the Housing First Community Coalition to establish a campus that will provide housing and services for older homeless people.
Like most complex issues cities in the U.S. face, it will take a multi-pronged approach to mitigate poverty, panelists said.
Continuing a decades-long search for sustainable solutions to homelessness, San Antonio could shift toward a “housing first” strategy.
The San Antonio City Council unanimously approved Thursday a contract with a California firm to develop a strategic plan on policies to address homelessness.
A nonprofit plans to transform nearly 16 acres of vacant land into a campus that will provide housing and support services for homeless people in San Antonio’s East Side.
Rev. Ann Helmke oversees an army of volunteers to tackle some of San Antonio’s most pervasive problems.