San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor met with members of the Nonprofit Council on Nov. 29 to discuss nonprofit community needs and how her office can work more effectively with nonprofits.
“We could work more closely,” Taylor told the nonprofit leaders gathered at the Whitley Theological Center.
In addition, she said, “The city could do a better job distinguishing between outputs and outcomes,” she said. “The work you all are about is outcomes.”
Replay the video of Best Practices in Integrated Behavioral Health, a conversation with Karen Linkins, PhD, recorded on Dec. 15, 2016.
Dr. Linkins is the Director of Integrated Behavioral Health Partners (IBHP). She specializes in systems transformation in the health, behavioral health, and human services fields.
Visitors to Battle For Texas: The Experience, a multi-media exhibition of the infamous 1836 Battle of the Alamo that symbolized the early struggle for Texas independence, can now enjoy an even more enhanced “experience” by downloading a mobile guide app from their iPhone or Android device either from iTunes or Google Play.
A Mennonite Church in San Antonio has become a living nativity scene, sheltering hundreds of refugee mothers and children who fled violence and poverty in Central America.
Immigration officials delivered more than 500 asylum-seeking women and children to the church after a judge in Austin ruled that Texas could not license the detention centers where they were being held as child care facilities. The refugees were delivered in waves, some arriving at 2 a.m. Monday in a driving thunderstorm.