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You are part of an organization that believes that caring for the community in which we live and work is a vital part of doing business. Because it is important to “give where we live,” the Center for Health Care Services is proud to join together with United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County to help our friends and neighbors in need.

STEP 1:

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STEP 2:

Donate to United Way

*To designate funds, search by “Center for Health Care Services Foundation” or “940”

STEP 3:

Fill out form to claim prizes!

$15 – Level 1

    • CHCS Recipe Book

$25 – Level 2

    • CHCS Recipe Book
    • T-Shirt OR Car Sunshade

$35 – Level 3

    • CHCS Recipe Book
    • Polo

$100 – Level 4

    • CHCS Recipe Book
    • CHCS Sunshade
    • T-Shirt
    • Polo

*Funds must be designated to CHCS Foundation for prize eligibility

As we continue to respond and begin to rebuild from the unprecedented COVID-19 health crisis, the people served by United Way may be even more vulnerable. The need is still increasing as the ripple effects continue to touch those who have never needed help before.

It is imperative to continue to support our local nonprofits who are in the forefront, helping individuals and families who struggle with food, mental health, childcare, schooling their children and sometimes just surviving.

With your help, CHCS is one step closer to its goal of $110,000

$88,811

United Way is a leading partner in our short- and long-term recovery and one of the most effective ways to unite is through the annual United Way Community Campaign. For many nonprofit partners, the campaign is the lifeblood of their work. Its role in 2021 is critical. A strong campaign is an even stronger community.

Your support of the CHCS United Way Campaign allows us to deliver teamwork in action, and your investment generates results you can see right here at home.

Last year in Bexar County, there were 5,499 confirmed victims of child abuse or neglect and 13 children died from abuse. There are an estimated 30,000 “disconnected” youth ages 16 to 24 in Bexar County who are not in school and not employed. One in three households in San Antonio struggles to afford basic living necessities. The perils of the Coronavirus only magnified the impact to each of these segments, and many others. But we live in an incredible community that goes out of its way to care for one another especially during a time of crisis.

Where did your 2020 donation go?

  • Unit 9245 MCOT: Personal Hygiene Kits and Gift Cards
  • Unit 4415 Access: Consumer Re-Entry and Snack Assistance
  • Unit 4428 COT: Consumer Food and Clothing Assistance 
  • Unit 4418 OCR: Consumer Food, Clothing, and Snack Assistance
  • Unit 3234 Public Safety Unit (Sobering Unit): Any Way We Can Help Project
  • Unit 1161 Josephine Recovery Center: JRC Clothing Donation Room Organization
  • Unit 2607 Supported Housing: Furniture and Basic Start Up Kit for Homeless Individuals
  • Unit 3231 Intensive Outpatient Program: Synthetic Marijuana/Drug Screens
  • Unit 3231 Intensive Outpatient Program: Bibliotherapy
  • Unit 9255 Crisis Care: Project Dignity
  • Unit 1161 Restoration/ Josephine Recovery Center: JRC-Undergarments, Shoes, and Duffle Bags
  • Unit 1555 LTC: Client Engagement
  • Unit 4418 ABH/Justice Programs: Care Package for New Patients and Needy Consumers
  • Unit 1143 Northwest Primary Care: Team Building
  • Unit 4103 NW Primary Care Clinic: Hygiene Program for Patients
  • Unit 1501 Long Term Care/IDD: IDD Group Homes
  • Unit 3231 SUD Outpatient Program: MRT DV Specialized Training
  • Unit 1403 Calidad Day Habilitation Program: Workforce Engagement
  • Unit 3231 Outpatient: Contingency Management

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