Individuals and Families are Financially Secure and in Stable Housing

Performance Data for FY2022

Funding Priority: Domestic Violence Prevention

Goal: 10% Reduction in the number of families experiencing domestic violence in identified zip codes.

Fiscal Year 2022 Service Target: 3,645

Why is it important?

From 2010 to 2017, the number of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) assaults in the City of San Antonio increased by 7%. (Source: SA2020 and San Antonio Police Department)


Summary of Year-to-Date Progress:

In FY 2022, the Department of Human Services (DHS) provided $816,990 to support four agencies providing critical domestic violence prevention and intervention services with a goal of ending intergenerational transmission of trauma and abuse. These programs are projected to serve 3,645 survivors of domestic abuse with a range of prevention and intervention services.


The following partner non-profits are funded to provide prevention programs to contribute towards DHS's goal of reducing incidences of domestic violence. Click on the name of the agency to learn more about the agency and current program performance.


Alamo Area Rape Crisis Center

Bexar County Family Justice Center Foundation

Family Violence Prevention Services, Inc.

Whitby Road Alliance dba Providence Place

Funding Priority: Financial Security

Goal: No more than 20% of households receiving emergency assistance from the Department of Human Services will return for assistance.

Fiscal Year 2022 Service Target: 7,980

Why is it important?

Approximately one in six San Antonians live in poverty. San Antonio’s poverty rate is 18.6%, with the national rate sitting at 13.1%. (Source: U.S. Census Bureau) Additionally, 16.5% of residents were uninsured. (Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2018 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates.)


Summary of Year-to-Date Progress:

In FY 2022, the Department of Human Services (DHS) provided $1,219,719 in General Fund and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS Grant funds to support financial security programs operated by nine agencies.


The following partner non-profits are funded to provide prevention programs to contribute towards DHS's goal increasing financial security. Click on the name of the agency to learn more about the agency and program performance.

American Gateways

Any Baby Can of San Antonio, Inc.

Beat AIDS Coalition Trust, Inc.

Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of San Antonio, Inc.

Family Service Association of San Antonio, Inc.

Project MEND

San Antonio AIDS Foundation

St. Peter St. Joseph Children's Home

YWCA of San Antonio