Family Service Association is committed to helping reduce the number of child abuse cases in San Antonio. One way we’re doing that is through a unique pilot program called Promotoras. By Mary E. Garr – President/CEO, Family Service Association of
In a city where teens struggle to earn a high school diploma, Family Service is reframing youths’ self-perception, awareness, and actualization through teen-led groups fostering positive peer networks and combating bullying, exploratory learning, and community transformation through service and civic
Pearl Cervantez, a San Antonio resident, tells others how Family Service Association’s Financial Empowerment Center, has helped her overcome financial obstacles that prevented her from pursuing her dreams. She’s now able to plan ahead, thanks to the counselors who provided her with guidance and direction on her finances.s now breathing a lot easier knowing she can move forward, as she continues to provide for her family, and still pursue her dreams.
Stephanie Moreno received valuable financial counseling from experienced counselors at Family Service Association’s Financial Empowerment Center. She’s now breathing a lot easier knowing she can move forward, as she continues to provide for her family, and still pursue her dreams.
With 20 years of service in rural counties, Family Service Association continues to work towards ensuring that EVERY CHILD MATTERS and EVERY CHILD DESERVES a fair chance at success. The free event in Crystal City featured food, fun and entertainment for the community.
Real people found the guidance, skills, courage and faith in themselves to undergo serious change, leading to personal and family strength and building bold pathways to success. Throughout the year, our work continues and we need your support. Get involved, year-round, to help us.