Health & Wellness Services
Assistance with basic needs such as household items and kitchen ware.
Referrals to other local social services and organizations for clothing, food, housing, health.
Assistance with SNAP Food Program and Medicaid applications.
Maternity assistance for new mothers: Accessing healthcare, Welcome Home Baby Bags.
Car seat referrals.
Diapers: One pack of 25 diapers distributed monthly to legally resettled refugee families.
New baby clothes up to 12 months of age.
CRS provides a 20 minute educational session in multiple languages on infant safe sleeping and SIDS prevention. Following session completion, parents are given a baby bed courtesy of the SW SIDS Foundation.
Healthcare coordination and referrals.
Assistance with low-income housing identification and applications.
Reach-outs to families who struggle with stress and dysfunction.
San Antonio Refugee Health Clinic (SARHC) is a collaboration among UTHSCA Medical School, Dental, and Nursing Schools and staffed and managed by professors and students who provide free health services to uninsured refugees.
The clinic is located at St. Francis Episcopal Church and is held every Wednesday 5 – 8 p.m. You may also call 469-458-0209 for telehealth appointments during clinic hours.
CRS provides translators, mental health and social services intervention.
St. Francis Episcopal Church
4242 Bluemel Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78240