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.
City Council reviewed elements of next year’s $2.9 billion budget focused on improving the quality of life for vulnerable families and children.
Commentary: It’s time to connect the dots between economic security and domestic violence. This is not just a women’s issue.
San Antonio City Council will consider a $200,000 expenditure to develop a comprehensive homelessness study and funding plan.
In 2019, nearly 2,900 people in Bexar County were counted as homeless, 523 of whom were children, according to a census taken in January.
Nirenberg credited Treviño with a creative idea to help the homeless but said details must be worked out to ensure the long-term viability of the mobile shower unit.
Councilman Roberto Treviño (D1) is asking each of his City Council colleagues for $7,000 to fund a mobile shower unit to serve homeless people.