RESOURCES TO HELP SENIORS DURING THE COVID-19 SITUATION

The SAJSS staff is working remotely, and we are still here for you!
You may call us during regular business hours on our main line at (210) 616-4811.

COVID-19 SAN ANTONIO HOTLINE: (210) 207-5779

Do you need help meeting your needs? SAJSS has a form for seniors needing assistance acquiring necessities.

Help us help seniors! SAJSS has a form for anyone who would like to volunteer to make phone calls, pick up and deliver necessities, and ad hoc requests that may be possible to accomodate.

JFS has a hotline for seniors: (210) 302-6934. They are requesting that you leave a message, including contact information. Then, a social worker will return your call and coordinate services.

Ohr Lanu Foundation is available to help seniors navigate the healthcare system: (210)-973-7172

The JCC is closed but is making various virtual programming available. Visit their site for details.

H-E-B has personal shopping assistance for seniors through Favor. Seniors, 60 and older, can order by calling (833) 397-0080. Click the button for more details.

The San Antonio Food Bank has Food Pantry Distribution Centers throughout the area. Call (210) 431-8326 or click the button for details.

Meals on Wheels San Antonio continues to operate and provides seniors with valuable meal delivery services.

PRESA Community Center has an emergency food pantry open limited hours, M-F; Drive-Thru style; (210) 532-5295

Alamo Service Connection is a service of the Aging & Disability Resource Center. They have a hotline to help you find services throughout Bexar County. You may call (210) 477-3275 or click the button for assistance.

OATS/Senior Planet: One-on-one tech support to help seniors connect to social gatherings online. Appts. M-F 1-3 p.m. Space is limited. Email sanantonio@seniorplanet.org or call 210-504-4862. Learning, social connections, great conversations, and fun do not have to stop during this period of social isolation. OATS/Senior Planet is a community of people 60 and older who are harnessing technology to change the way we age.

Local congregations are also putting various online content up so everyone may stay engaged with educational, social, and religious services in the community. Be sure to visit their websites, join their e-blast lists, and visit their social media pages for details.