Mentoring and Support Group Links

Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas

The BBBS mentoring program matches vulnerable children with caring volunteers who assist children to develop the assets they need to become productive, contributing, successful adults.

Boy Scouts of America, Alamo Area Council

Youth development programs for school age boys and young women in high school offering character and leadership development, citizenship training and personal and mental fitness.

Boys and Girls Clubs of San Antonio

Enhances the educational, social and moral development of San Antonio’s youth, especially those who need it most. Great Futures Start Here.


Provides emergency shelter, residential, foster care and transitional living to children 0-17 who due to abuse, neglect or family disruption cannot live with their families.

Chrysalis Ministries, Inc.

Provides interfaith ministries, educational classes to incarcerated adults and juveniles, and social services, support groups and psycho-educational classes to those formerly incarcerated and their families.

Fort Sam Houston Youth Services

Helps young people develop social skills and build their self-esteem through recreational, instructional and athletic programs, youth campus, after-school care and pre-job training.

Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas

Builds girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.

Good Samaritan Community Services

Provides life-changing services for low-income individuals including childcare, afterschool and summer enrichment, college and career preparation, senior support, adult life skills and education.

Goodwill Industries of San Antonio

Helps change lives through the power of work by providing career training, job placement and wrap-around services to those with barriers to employment.

Lackland AFB Boys & Girls Club

Offers social, recreational and educational programs for base-affiliated youngsters. Sports before and after school, camps, and classes contribute to family and community morale and well-being.


A social and support group for LGBT parents.

Randolph AFB Youth Activities

Provides before-school, after-school and summer day care and a diversified program for dependent children of base employees living near Randolph AFB.

Rise Recovery

Helps teens, adults and families overcome drug abuse by providing free counseling, support groups, activities, educational classes, youth leadership training and partnerships in community education.

Roy Maas’ Youth Alternatives

Provides crisis intervention and long-term residential services for children in crisis.

San Antonio Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse

Offers prevention, intervention and treatment services for children and families and resources for teachers, clergy and community groups to promote safe and drug-free communities.

USO San Antonio

Provides critical support to those who need us most – forward-deployed troops, military families, wounded warriors, their families and families of the fallen.

YMCA of Greater San Antonio

Stands for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, through providing state licensed childcare, character building youth development, senior and holistic wellness programs.

Last modified: Thursday, February 23, 2017, 12:52 PM