Afghan Support Centers

Helping you get the support you need to make the U.S. your home

We are so thankful for all the providers in San Antonio who helped more than 1400 Afghans get the help they needed during our Support Center event on October 25 - 28, 2023. So many organizations came together to offer compassionate and caring solutions to these families. If you couldn't attend or have additional questions about services available to you, please review the provider list below and contact them. They are ready and eager to help you.

To learn more about the support provided to Afghans and their families in San Antonio, please click here.


United States Citizenship & Immigration Services

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) - Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR)

U.S. Department of Justice Immigrant and Employee Rights Section (DOJ IER)

U.S. Department of State, Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs (SCA), Office of the Coordinator for Afghan Relocation Efforts (CARE)


City of San Antonio - Neighborhood & Housing Services Department

Housing Rights Project - St. Mary's University School of Law (Other: Legal)

My City Is My Home

NRP Management, LLC

Opportunity Home San Antonio

Texas RioGrande Legal Aid

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development


Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas

Family Service

Good Samaritan Community Services (Other: Education)

NXT Level Youth Opportunity Center (Other: Education, Employment, Health)

Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans

Texas Diaper Bank (Other: Women’s Services)


City of San Antonio - Head Start Division (Other: Child & Youth, Health)

HHSC - Community Service Program

New Hope Connection (Other: Employment, Housing, Benefits)

Northside Independent School District

Project QUEST

Restore Education

San Antonio Public Library (Other: Child & Youth, Employment)

Welcome Center at North East ISD

YWCA San Antonio


Catholic Charities Archdiocese of San Antonio

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (Other: Resettlement Agency)

US Department of Labor - Office of Job Corps (Other: Child & Youth, Education)


Center for Refugee Services (Other: Child & Youth, Education, Employment, Public Benefits, Women’s Services)

Diabetes Prevention & Control - Metropolitan Health District

I Care San Antonio Vision Center

ICNA Relief Dallas Mobile Clinic


USCRI - U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants


Catholic Charities Archdiocese of San Antonio - Refugee Services and Caritas Legal Services

Evacuate Our Allies Coalition

Immigration Legal Services for Afghan American

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Jonathan D. Ryan Law, PLLC

Justice for all Immigrants

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service


City of San Antonio MetroHealth WIC Program (Other: Child & Youth)


Interfaith Welcome Coalition

San Antonio Food Bank (Other: Employment)


Catholic Charities Archdiocese of San Antonio, Inc

RAICES (Other: Legal)

As DHS’s commitment to Operation Allies Welcome (OAW) parolees is enduring, USCIS hosts Afghan Support Centers to assist them in connecting to services integral to their long-term stability and integration in the United States. While USCIS provides the support center forum, USCIS does not endorse any service providers present and does not participate in, nor is responsible for, the services provided by any service providers.