San Antonio Housing Authority, H-E-B Work To Help City Weather The Winter Storm

Date Published: 
February 24th, 2021

From Texas Public Radio:

Lack of water and power has not made weathering the recent winter storm easy in San Antonio.

Some Texans have lost all power, some are without water, and many are lining up outside H-E-Bs across the state to buy food, propane and bottled water.


There are a few warming centers in the city, including two prepared by the San Antonio Housing Authority (SAHA).

The organization’s Chief Operating Officer Brandee Perez said that the warming centers can help those without power or water.

"We have been using our resources as well as partnering with many of the city and the food bank and elected officials to try to relocate some of our residents to some of these warming facilities. So they can have some warmth during this time," she said.

The food bank is working with the Housing Authority to provide meals to residents . 

Read Texas Public Radio's article "San Antonio Housing Authority, H-E-B Work To Help City Weather The Winter Storm."

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