I am having trouble paying my bills. How can I get help paying them?
You can apply for emergency funds with the Neighborhood & Housing Services Department (NHSD). This money can be used for rent, mortgage, utilities, internet, groceries, medicine, and fuel.
Legal help and counseling is also available for problems like:
Funds for bills are paid directly to the landlord, financial institution, internet provider, or utility provider.
Funds for groceries, medicine and fuel, in the form of cash assistance, will be given directly to individuals or families. The most an individual or family can receive is $300.
You will need to provide basic information along with supporting documents to apply. This includes things like:
We will respond to you via email so be sure to check your email accounts often.
To be paid by the City, landlords should be registered as City vendors.
Landlords should complete a Rent W-9 and Vendor Information Form and email the forms to Vendors@sanantonio.gov.
This service is not available for all bills using a paper form:
Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
This service is not available for all bills in person:
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