To report child abuse, please call:

Texas Abuse Hotline

1-800-252-5400

If you suspect sexual abuse has happened —AND it has been within 96 hours (4 days) —please call:

Center For Miracles at the

Children’s Hospital of San Antonio

210-704-3800

If this is an emergency, please call:

SAPD

210-207-7273

Or

Bexar County Sherrif’s Office

210-335-6000

If you have questions about where to start, please contact us and a specialist can help direct you to the appropriate resource:

ChildSafe

210-675-9000

Hours of Operation:

Monday through Thursday – 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Friday – 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Contact Us

Community Resources

 

San Antonio Police Department, non-emergency (210) 207-7273
Child Protective Services Toll-free 1-800-252-5400
Attorney General of Texas, Crime Victim Compensation Program Toll-free 1-800-983-9933
Victim Information Notification Everyday (VINE) (210) 270-6292
Bexar County Family Justice & Victim Protection Center (210) 335-2865
United Way Help Line 211
Rape Crisis Center 24-hour Hotline (210) 349-7273

 

Counseling

 

ChildSafe Counseling Services (210) 657-9000
Family Violence Prevention Services of San Antonio (210) 930-3669
Family Service Association (210) 299-2400

 

Mental Health Evaluations

 

Methodist Behavioral Health Services (210) 575-0500
Methodist Children’s Home (210) 733-3904
Center for Healthcare Services Hotline (210) 225-5481
Nix Behavioral Health Services (210) 341-2633
Clarity Child Guidance Center (210) 614-7070
University Hospital (210) 358-4000
Laurel Ridge Treatment Center (210) 491-9400

 

Financial Services

 

San Antonio Housing Authority 210-220-3257
Bexar County Housing Authority 210-225-0071
Attorney General’s Office Child support 210-930-1091
Catholic Charities 210-433-3256
St PJ’s Project Ayuda 210-533-1203
Bexar County Utility Relief Program 210-335-6770
Christian Assistance Ministries 210-223-6648
Salvation Army Emergency Assistance Program 210-352-2005
City Public Service (CPS) Customer Assistance Program 210-353-2222

 

Web Resources

 

The National Sex Offenders Public Website (NSOPW)

The Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Website (NSOPW) provides real-time access to public sex offender data nationwide allowing parents and concerned citizens to search existing public state and territory sex offender registries with a single Internet search.

FBI – Sex Offender Registry Website

The FBI’s Crimes Against Children Unit coordinates the development and implementation of the National Sex Offenders Public Website (NSOPW). Find the Sex Offender Website in your state.

NetSmartz

NetSmartz is an interactive, educational resource from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children that provides age-appropriate resources on internet safety topics, cell phone safety, cyber bullying and gaming safety.

Children’s Advocacy Centers of Texas

National Children’s Alliance

National Children’s Advocacy Center

National Child Trauma Stress Network