Family Service Association
Rating: 5 stars 11 11 reviews
702 San Pedro San Antonio TX 78212 USA
Empowering individuals and families to transform their lives and strengthen their community
Family Service Association makes an impact by: --Serving 70,000 people a year with more than 25 unique services. --Supporting more than 6,000 children and their families through school readiness programs. --Educating 7,000 children ages 3 to 5. --Engaging over 35,000 parents each year to become positively involved in their children's education. --Helping 4,000 youth stay in school, off drugs and out of gangs. --Healing 2,100 abused and neglected children. --Keeping 125 aging neighbors independent and in their homes. --Providing mental health counseling to more than 3000 individuals in distress. --Helping 1000 single moms to pursue their education so they can become self-sustaining and support their children. --Maximizing our resources through a generous corps of over 5,800 volunteers.
Family Service provides high quality service in English and Spanish in 28 Texas counties to individuals of all ethnic and racial backgrounds and all socio-economic levels.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
70,000 children, youth, parents, families and seniors
Head Start Child Care Referral Families and Schools Together Youth Against Gang Activity Counseling Marriage Preparation Parenting Education Supervised Visitation and Safe Exchange In-Home Personal Care Services for Seniors Child Care Provider and Teacher Training
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jenbligh's Review for Family Service Association
I have served on the Technology Committee of the Board of Family Service Association since 2006, and I have been a part of their holiday Adopt-A-Family Program since 2003. What a great organization, with a dedicated management team and staff. They truly do make a difference for stuggling families and children in San Antonio.
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