Written by Edward Olvera on May 14 2020 - 5:53pm
Wednesday, May 20 Texas Military Department Pre-K For SA (South), 7031 S. New Braunfels Ave. 9AM to 5PM Drive-Through (by Appointment)
Written by Edward Olvera on May 14 2020 - 5:50pm
Tuesday, May 19 Texas Military Department Morgan’s Wonderland, 5223 David Edwards 9AM to 5PM Drive-Through (by Appointment)
Written by Edward Olvera on May 14 2020 - 5:49pm
Monday, May 18 Texas Military Department Pre-K For SA (South), 7031 S. New Braunfels Ave. 9AM to 5PM Drive-Through (by Appointment)
Written by Edward Olvera on May 14 2020 - 5:47pm
Sunday, May 17 Texas Military Department Pre-K For SA (South), 7031 S. New Braunfels Ave. 9AM to 5PM Drive-Through (by Appointment)
Written by Edward Olvera on May 14 2020 - 5:39pm
Sunday, May 17 Texas Military Department Elmendorf City Hall, 8304 FM 327, Elmendorf 9AM to 5PM Drive-Through (by Appointment)  
Written by Edward Olvera on May 14 2020 - 5:24pm
Saturday, May 16 Texas Military Department ESD #3, Station 104, 23103 Bulverde Rd 9AM to 5PM Drive-Through (by Appointment)
Written by Edward Olvera on May 14 2020 - 5:22pm
Saturday, May 16 Texas Military Department Pre-K For SA (East), 5230 Eisenhower Rd 9AM to 5PM Drive-Through (by Appointment)
Written by Texas Tribune on May 14 2020 - 4:15pm
By Alexa Ura, The Texas Tribune May 14, 2020
Written by Edmond Ortiz on May 14 2020 - 2:24pm
The state of Texas is easing some restrictions, but the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are deep and lasting across the community. Many residents have suffered job loss or furloughs, others have been unable to gain immediate physical or mental healthcare access. Others cannot afford to buy food or other basic necessities. But several area organizations are furnishing a variety of services to help the public. Here are a few:
Written by rudyarispe on May 14 2020 - 11:08am
Social isolation imposed under the coronavirus stay-at-home mandates pose a substantial risk for people in recovery from opioid dependency, says Dr. Adam Bruggeman, an addiction medicine doctor. He worries people will fall into a repeat pattern of opioid abuse.