for SAFD public services, safety checks and smoke alarms, click here
smoke alarms, assistance after a home fire
smoke detectors, project cool (free box fans for seniors) call 2-1-1
311 is an easy-to-remember telephone number that connects citizens with specially-trained customer service representatives ready to assist with City service requests -- potholes, stray animals, downed street signs, trash collection or other City requests.
The City of San Antonio has developed the AlertSA Program as an enhancement to the emergency notification system which allows for several ways of contacting users, such as cell phone, home phone, text and e-mail.
Meals on Wheels San Antonio promotes the dignity and independence of seniors who are in need of nutritious meals, companionship, and Alzheimer’s care.
The Ready South Texas program is an all-hazards overview of disaster information to help you prepare, plan, and respond to disasters in your area.
The mission of the San Antonio Flood Emergency System is to educate the public on flood awareness and preparedness in an effort to address flood safety throughout the community.
Texas Burn Survivor Society provides care, comfort, and essential services to the critically burned and their families.
STOP THE BLEED® campaign is to make our community more resilient by better preparing the public to save lives if people nearby are severely bleeding.
The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services is responsible for investigating charges of abuse, neglect or exploitation of children, elderly adults and adults with disabilities.
The Army Burn Center has a long history of providing comprehensive care to both military and civilian patients. They provide specialized inpatient and outpatient care to those with burn and burn-like injuries. Find out more about the referral process, how to get to the hospital, and resources for burn patients and their families.