Join us remotely from October 13th through October 23rd as we feature a virtual silent auction. Throughout this time, on Facebook, we will share one dad’s transformational journey.

 

This event, originally planned for May, is now even more vital. From March to April alone, there was an 18% increase in the number of domestic violence calls locally; with increasing and prolonged unemployment and the uncertainty of students’ return to school, these trends will likely continue. In high-conflict divorces, this escalation can be inevitable without therapeutic intervention, but there’s hope. Healing is possible, as Guardian House proves every day.

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A Big thank you to HEB for their support of our critical services.

      We want to give a tremendous thank you to @heb for their monetary assistance in support of our Critical Services to Prevent Family Violence & Break Cycles of Abuse a success. For over 115 years, H-E-B has contributed to worthy causes...

The Big Give starts this week!!

THE BIG GIVE San Antonio starts this Thursday Sept 16th!! The Big Give is a city-wise fundraising event dedicated to help local non-profits connect with donors to raise funds to support the critical services that they provide to the San Antonio. Join Guardian House...

Guardian House provides American Sign Language Parenting Course

GH Updates! This month we we hosted the Triple P Pathways course with two American Sign Language interpreters on our Friday in person course. We currently offer both in person and online options for any parent taking care of a child in Bexar County. For more...

Thank you to The Rotary Club of San Antonio for hosting Guardian House as a guest speaker

We’d like to thank The Rotary Club San Antonio for inviting Guardian House’s Chief Executive Officer and Chief Clinical Director, Shannon White as a guest speaker to inform on how Guardian House serves families and children and of our purpose in our community. A big...

COVID-19 Updates

As of 08/02/2021 The City of San Antonio has listed the risk level at “severe” based on average case rate and hospital rates. We are currently continuing safety and cleaning measures to keep our staff and clients healthy and safe. This includes the continued use of...