Resources

SAFETY AND SECURITY

We encourage residents to get involved in their communities and to know neighbors and staff at their complex. Be aware of your surroundings, contact property managers of maintenance and security issues, and report suspicious activity in playgrounds and/or parking lots. For all emergencies, call 911.

KNOW YOUR SAFFE OFFICER

The San Antonio Fear Free Environment (SAFFE) unit is assigned to work specific neighborhoods within the city, and work closely with both residents and district officers. SAFFE officers maintain day-to-day interaction, in order to prevent crimes before they happen. They also work with other city agencies, schools and youth programs, and work to prevent neighborhood crime and decay. Call 210.207.SAPD (7484) for the SAFFE officer that works in your area.VIEW LISTING

Non-Emergencies

  • Non-emergency questions, comments, and concerns report stray dogs, trash, potholes, abandoned property, etc.Dial 311
  • To reach SAPD for non-emergency issues.Call 210.207.7484 or 210.207.7273 (207-SAPD)
  • To contact Opportunity Home with non-emergency questions, send a message to [email protected]

HUD RESIDENT COUNCIL TOOLKIT

This toolkit is designed for public housing residents interested in creating or supporting a resident council. Whether you are newly beginning a resident council or have a long-term resident organization, we hope these materials will benefit you.VIEW


FIND HELP NEAR YOU

Find shelter, clothing, health clinics, food pantries and other nearby resources using HUD’s Find Shelter Tool that provides mapping and contact information for service providers near you!

SHARING YOUR DATA

By receiving housing assistance through Opportunity Home, we share your personal data and contact information with community organizations who can provide supportive services to you and your family.

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READY TO WORK PARTNER

Ready to Work is a program designed to guide you in career planning, connect you to resources needed to land a job and offer tuition assistance to further your education — all to help you make you successful.

Contact Loretta Garibay at 210.477.6031 or [email protected] for more information.

Title VI Rights

Opportunity Home San Antonio is dedicated to ensuring individuals are not denied housing assistance on the basis of race, color, sex, disability or national origin as protected by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Read how you are protected below.

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