110 McCullough Ave San Antonio, TX 78215 (210) 223-4099
CAM provides food, clothing, rental assistance, utility assistance, prescription medication assistance, identification recovery (ID's and birth certificates), sack lunches for the homeless, a free mail box, and referrals. This work is done through donations of food and clothing, volunteers (over 200 keep the operation going) and financial assitance.
Counseling and Mental Health Near Christian Assistance Ministry
About Therapy with Rocketa Naron of Generating Possibility:
My first love was physics. On a university tour, I had the opportunity to talk with a physics professor. During that talk we discussed a difference in ideas in which I realized he argued using his understanding of the current known laws of physics and I argued using my understanding of human creativity and determination. I knew at that moment physics would not be the right field for me. I needed to be in a field that allowed me to help others harness their creativity and determination to create new solutions. I then earned my Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Rutgers University in New Jersey then Master's in Marriage and Family Therapy from St Mary's University in San Antonio, Texas. I consider myself a collaborative therapist as it allows me the freedom to research and question with my client rather than for them. I like for therapy with me to be pretty laid back, more like a conversation than work or a lecture.
I look forward to talking with you soon.
DAPA’s Partial Hospital Program (PHP) is an intensive outpatient therapeutic setting focused on stabilizing a patient to prevent future hospitalizations. Although the purpose of the PHP is to prevent future hospitalizations, if a patient’s symptoms were to become acute, DAPA’s Outreach Team is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to determine the service each individual may need.
Alamo City Film Festival is taking place in conjunction with the Alamo City Comic Con, Oct. 28-30th. Alamo City Comic Con, which takes place in the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, became the 3rd largest Comic Con in the United States with over 73,000 people in attendance in 2014. Under the same founder of the Alamo City Comic Con, Alfredo “Apple” De La Fuente, Alamo City Film Festival is an international celebration of film showcasing documentaries and feature films from around the world, attracting a high pedigree of celebrities and filmmakers that will naturally contribute to the State’s already flourishing film industry
Our mission is to connect the private and public sectors through education, innovative marketing, community events, and creative financing programs. We provide direct assistance to homeowners and businesses ready to “go solar” on a daily basis.
We actively encourage the widespread use of solar and other renewable, sustainable energy sources by informing the community about how it benefits the regional economy, environment and human health. We also raise public awareness about supporting public policies that advance solar power and renewable energy.
By providing leadership in renewable energy, we are able to offer information and networking opportunities to the public, public officials, and to the business community. We connect solar energy suppliers and consumers, organize workshops, and act with local, state, and federal organizations to support clean energy options.
SSA’s largest program assisting the public to go solar is the “Bring Solar Home” Campaign. The campaign uses public outreach to connect potential solar adopters with the solar industry.
The program works with the City of San Antonio, local lending institutions, and the local municipally-owned utility CPS Energy to provide the public with information, incentives, and financing options that make it simple and affordable to go solar.
In addition, the education work done by SSA over its thirteen years of operation built the public support that facilitated the process of CPS Energy installing 46 megawatts of centralized solar and signing a contract for 400 additional megawatts of solar.
In honor of SSA founder William Sinkin, CPS Energy dedicated one of its newest solar projects in his namesake. The 19.8 megawatt project, dubbed William R. Sinkin Centennial Solar Farms 1 and 2, will produce enough clean power for an estimated 2,550 average Texas homes annually.
We believe that performing-arts experiences are integral to the development and well-being of people in all communities.
We aspire to enrich the cultural heritage, elevate the reputation, and magnify the potential of our citizens and community by joining San Antonians with world-class artists.
We seek to inspire our audiences by bringing exceptional and meaningful arts experiences to the people, stages, and classrooms of San Antonio.
We present the highest-quality performing arts and arts education in a manner that represents our values of accessibility, collaboration, diversity, excellence, and financial responsibility.
Millions of people visit the River Walk each year to enjoy this unusual urban sanctuary that winds along the San Antonio River in central San Antonio, one story below the bustling street level. Restaurants, galleries and shops line the banks of the downtown River Walk while the north and south banks of the River are less commercial.
The River Walk’s new Museum Reach opened in May 2009 and stretches north along the San Antonio River, and connects the existing River Walk to the San Antonio Museum of Art and the 125-year-old Pearl Brewery, a vibrant urban village. New public art installations, by local, national and international artists, line the banks.
A lock and dam system, the only one in Texas, overcomes a 9-ft. rise in elevation. Take a river taxi and navigate right through the lock and dam.
The Museum Reach is the first phase of a concerted community effort to revitalize the San Antonio River begun in 1998. A comprehensive, multi-year project is underway to restore and enhance 13 miles of the San Antonio River both north and south of downtown.
Take a Sunset River Cruise
One of the best ways to see the new art installations along the River Walk Museum Reach is a sunset taxi ride. You'll see the full charm and beauty of the art lit up in the darkness.
Pick up a river taxi at convenient stops along the River Walk. The Rio Taxi drivers have tickets on board that you may purchase, or you may purchase them in advance at a ticket location. Find boarding points and get tickets
Guided River Tour
Explore the River Walk's downtown section aboard a river cruiser. You'll learn about San Antonio's rich history from a professional storyteller who is also the boat captain. It's a great way to learn more about San Antonio and its famous River Walk.
Ghost Light Society brings together young professionals, creating a dynamic community of passionate, engaged individuals with a shared interest in the arts. As an extension of the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, the GLS offers exciting, relevant programming, exclusive opportunities to interact with San Antonio’s professional artists and companies, and the opportunity to forge meaningful relationships with the next generation of leaders in San Antonio.
Adelante! Toastmasters, Club 9020, in San Antonio, Texas meets every 1st, 3rd and 5th Thursday at 6:15 pm and 2nd and 4th Wednesday at 11:45 am in downtown San Antonio to help members develop public speaking and leadership skills.
-Create a 'world-class' permanent home to major performing arts organizations of San Antonio.
-Create premiere smaller venue(s) to support the quality, accessibility, and visibility of other emerging arts organizations in the region.
-Promulgate arts education.
-Integrate the Center into the cultural life of San Antonio, Bexar County, and all of South Texas.