Programs at HNS
Early Childhood Intervention (EIP)
House of Neighborly Service's Early Intervention Programs (EIP) includes early childhood education, in-home parenting education, respite care, Cognitive Behavioral Exercise (CBE), mental health, developmental and speech-language evaluations.
House of Neighborly Service offers a Breadline food service every Tuesday morning. Contents typically contains vegetables, fruits, beans, rice, dairy products, and bread. Breadline is made possible through collaboration with the San Antonio Food Bank, local businesses and residents.
House of Neighborly Service encourages senior citizens to get fit by providing Wii Fit games. On both Wednesdays and Thursdays, HNS provides a relaxing and friendly environment for senior citizens to participate in a friendly game of Bingo.
Senior Lunch and Outreach
House of Neighborly Service provides Seniors with a nutritious meal on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. For Seniors age 60 and older, HNS also offers Outreach Food Programs through Project HOPE and the Bexar County Commodity Supplemental Food Program.
House of Neighborly Service Thrift Store is open weekly on Tuesdays before Breadline. Items sold are generally household items, clothing and shoes and baby items.
House of Neighborly Service Quilters joined together in 1994 as a group of women determined to learn the art of quilting. HNS Quilters design and sew quilts to benefit the HNS Scholarship program.
Sewing and Jewelry
House of Neighborly Service offers a Sewing and Jewelry program weekly to craft handbags, eyeglass cases, and bible covers. The program has grown to include necklaces, bracelets, rings and pendants.