COVID-19 tests are important tools for diagnosing COVID-19 infection. Tests work best in diagnosing people who have symptoms of COVID-19. Asymptomatic testing is available for those who do not have any COVID-19 symptoms. A list of symptoms, testing sites, and self-screenings are online at the City of San Antonio's COVID-19 website.
The City of San Antonio Recovery and Resiliency Plan aims to ensure households and businesses affected by COVID-19 have the resources and tools to become financially resilient and better prepared to withstand future economic challenges. Services include rent and mortgage help, a minor repairs program, and financial counseling. San Antonio residents can access these services and more at the City of San Antonio's Financial and Housing Recovery Center website.
The San Antonio Public Library offers contact-free pickup and computer sessions by appointment at all locations. Contact-free pickup is available Tuesdays & Wednesdays 12PM to 7PMand Saturdays 10AM to 5PM. One hour computer sessions are available Tuesdays & Wednesdays 3PM to 7PM and Saturdays 1PM to 5PM. More information is on the San Antonio Public Library's website.
To limit the spread of COVID-19, the San Antonio Public Library offers all programming online. Online events include Toddler Time, cooking demonstrations, and video games tournaments. All online events are open to the public and some require registration. A full list of events is on the is on the San Antonio Public Library's Events website.
The San Antonio AIDS Foundation provides services to help people prevent the spread of HIV and help those affected by HIV and AIDS to live longer, healthier lives. The San Antonio AIDS Foundation serves Bexar County and 11 surrounding counties. More information is on the San Antonio AIDS Foundation's website.
The San Antonio Food Bank offers information on food assistance near you. Their client service navigators can assist in applying for state and federal benefits programs including SNAP, Medicaid, CHIP, WIC, TANF, and Healthy Texas Women. More information is on the San Antonio Food Bank's website.
Texans experiencing anxiety, stress or emotional changes due to the pandemic can seek help from the COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line. Texas Health and Human Services created the COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line to offer mental health support for all Texans. Mental health professionals are available by phone at 1-833-986-1919. More information is available on the Texas Health and Human Services website.
The City of San Antonio website has up to date information on COVID-19. San Antonio residents can look up testing sites, news, assistance programs and more. Details are on the City of San Antonio COVID-19 website. San Antonio residents without internet access can reach out via the City of San Antonio COVID-19 Hotline at 210-207-5779.
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