Do you live in Texas and can’t afford your rent? We are here to help.
Stop TX Eviction Portal
Legal Assistance For Veterans
If you are a veteran or a spouse of a veteran seeking legal services, please click below to apply for services. SALSA requires proof of military service before a client may be placed with a volunteer.
SALSA and other members of the Texas Veterans Legal Aid Coalition recently created a video series on special legal issues that impact veterans.
Intro to Criminal Justice Resources
Veterans and Family Law
All non-veteran SALSA cases are referrals from our partner organizations.
If you are a non-veteran seeking legal assistance, please reach out to one of our legal partner organizations to apply:
Texas RioGrande Legal Aid
Assisting in community preservation & empowerment, economic & social justice, disaster assistance, domestic violence & family law, housing, individual rights, labor & employment, public benefits, and victims’ rights.
Assisting with guardianship, wills, property deeds, financial wellness, and immigration assistance.
Disability Rights Texas (DRTx)
Assisting people with disabilities whose rights are threatened or violated, educating people with disabilities and family members about their rights, and making referrals to programs and services.
St. Mary’s University School of Law Clinical Program
Assisting with civil justice, criminal justice, and Immigration & human rights.
You may also be interested in the non-legal work of our referral partners. Find out more about our partners below or visit our Community Resources page for more information about other community organizations that may have programs or services to meet your needs:
Habitat for Humanity
Builds modest and affordable homes with hardworking families in San Antonio.
Haven for Hope
Assisting those facing homelessness by providing shelter and other services.
Children’s Rehabilitation Institute TeletonUSA (CRIT)
Offers comprehensive family-centered rehabilitation to care for children with neurological, muscular and skeletal disorders, as well as their families.
The Arc of San Antonio
Works to enrich the lives of children and adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities.