United Way of Comal County currently funds the health and human services agencies and initiatives listed below. Click here if you are interested in being considered as a partner agency.

Agency NameDescriptionWebsitePhone Number
Acacia Medical Mission Medical services for uninsured or underinsured Comal residents in a bricks and mortar clinic and out in the community via a mobile health delivery system. www.bsb911.com  (830) 228-4219
Any Baby Can of San Antonio, Inc.  Any Baby Can serves families with children and youth with special health care needs, free of charge, in Comal and the surrounding 18 counties. www.anybabycansa.org (210) 227-0170 
Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas Serving Comal County  BBBS mentoring programs pair at-risk youth with caring volunteer mentors who provide students the attention and support they lack, helping them become successful, contributing adults. www.bigmentor.org (830) 832-6806 
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 mental fitness. www.alamoareabsa.org (210) 341-8611 
Bulverde Food Pantry, Inc.  The Bulverde Food Pantry (dba Provisions) is a community-based service organization that helps people in crisis by supplying food, clothing and limited financial help, as well as referrals to other supporting agencies.  www.bulverdefoodpantry.org  (830) 438-7899 
Bulverde Senior Center  A volunteer organization serving the needs of seniors in western Comal County by making available programs of health, exercise, education, and social activities in a friendly atmosphere.  www.bulverdeseniorcenter.com (830) 438-3111 
CASA of Central Texas, Inc.  Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Central Texas trains and supports volunteers as a "voice" in court for abused and neglected children in Comal County. www.casacentex.org (830) 626-2272 
Center On Independent Living(COIL) COIL is an Award winning, non profit agency with jurisdiction of twenty-eight counties (including COMAL) in greater San Antonio area to help disabled wheelchair-bound people. www.COIL.org (210)655-2333
Children's Advocacy Center of Comal County, Inc.  The CACCC, a neutral, child-friendly agency, facilitates a multidisciplinary approach in the prevention, detection, investigation, and treatment of child abuse.  www.comalcac.org (830) 626-2543 
Comal County Child Welfare Board, Inc. The CCCWB supports victims of child abuse and neglect, ensures the needs of children in Child Protective Services and foster care are met, and educates the local community regarding these issues. www.cccwb.org
Comal County Senior Citizens' Foundation Provides nutrition, home repair, health, exercise, education, recreational activities, day care and outreach services for the elderly and adults with disabilities regardless of their ability to pay. www.nbsenior.org (830) 629-4547
Communities in Schools of South Central Texas, Inc. Communities in Schools brings resources and relationships to where children already spend their days - in school. 99% of the nearly 3,000 case-managed students stay in school. Our model works! www.cissouthcentraltexas.org (830) 620-4247
Community Resource & Recreation Center of Canyon Lake, Inc. CRRC serves the residents of the Canyon Lake area by providing vital social service resources as well as life enriching recreational and educational opportunities. www.crrcofcanyonlake.org (830) 964-2324
Connections Individual and Family Services, Inc. Connections empowers youth, connects families, and provides opportunities for brighter futures through community education, counseling, crisis intervention, emergency and long-term residential care for at-risk youth. www.connectionsnonprofit.org (830) 629-6571
Crisis Center of Comal County The Crisis Center of Comal County is dedicted to providing services to victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault. The center maintains a 24-hour crisis line, 24-hour emergency shelter, counseling to adults and children, legal advocacy and various other support services intended to assist clients to a pathway of self sufficiency away from a violent environment. www.ccccnbtx.org (830) 620-7520
Family Life Center of New Braunfels The Family Life Centers many programs provide a resource center, support, training, referrals and accountability that empowers under-resourced families to be come more stable and self-sufficient. www.flcnb.org (830) 625-7100
Family Promise of Greater New Braunfels (FPGNB) Family Promise is a community response to families with children overcome the crisis of homelessness. In collaboration with over 20 area congregations, FPGNB implements a comprehensive shelter program utilizing individualized case management to help families attain self-sufficiency and long-term housing stability. www.fpgnb.org (830) 214-0024
Friends of CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Foundation The Friends of CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Foundation was formed in 1997 to guide fundraising efforts on behalf of the adult health care services at CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health System. The Friends of CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Foundation seeks charitable gifts and grants for the benefit of the health care facilities, adult services, and adult community programs supported by or operated by CHRISTSU Santa Rosa Health System within its service area. www.santarosafoundation.org (210) 704-2800
Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas offers leadership development for girls, grades K-12, to build courage, confidence, and character. www.girlscouts-swtx.org (210) 349-2404
Hope Hospice Founded in 1984 as Comal County's only not-for-profit hospice care agency providing exemplary care, comfort and education to all affected by life-limiting illness, grief and loss. www.hopehospice.net (830) 625-7525
New Braunfels Christian Ministries New Braunfels Christian Ministries demonstrates Christ's love by delivering free medical care, dental services, nutritional food, and education programs to our neighbors in need. www.nbchristianministries.org (830) 632-5131
New Braunfels Family YMCA The YMCA is a place where diverse people participate in holistic programs. The Y stands for Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility. www.ymcasatx.org (830) 606-9622
River City Advocacy, Inc. River City Advocacy is a non-profit organization providing recovery support services for children, teens, and adults struggling with mental/behavioral health issues in Comal County. www.rivercityadvocacy.net (830) 643-0200
RSVP RSVP currently involves 101 reading tutors at 18 elementary schools throughout Comal County. They currently serve 260 children who are behind in their reading skills.. www.rsvptlu.org (830) 379-0300
San Antonio Food Bank The San Antonio Food Bank (SAFB) provides food and grocery products to more than 535 partner agencies in 16 counties throughout Southwest Texas. www.safoodbank.org (210) 431-8525
SOS, Inc. Food Bank To provide food assistance and emergency food. www.sosfoodbank.org (830)629-3663
Sow Healthy Coalition The Sow Healthy Coalition promotes awareness and inspires engagement in Health and Wellness across generations and communities. (210)385-5981
St. Jude's Ranch for Children - Texas Region Inc. (SJRC Texas) SJRC Texas is a safe haven for children and families, offering them help and healing from the trauma of abuse and neglect. www.sjrctexas.org (830)629-0659
The Salvation Army of Comal County Provides basic needs, disaster response and seasonal assistance programs to meet the needs of individuals and families in crisis. www.salvationarmysatx.org (830)608-9129

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