Will AACOG provide in-person services during the COVID-19 pandemic?

In compliance with the ‘Stay at Home, Work Safe’ declaration made by the City of San Antonio and Bexar County, effective March 24, 2020 at 11:59 PM, AACOG staff will be working remotely, from the safety of their own homes. Due to the heightened restrictions, some of our services may be limited, but we still encourage the public to contact us via phone or email to inquire about available “essential services”.
          *Alamo Regional Transit is considered an essential service.

AACOG phone lines will remain open through the duration of this declaration. If you are a current client, or are requesting new services, staff will be monitoring our phone lines and voicemails. Please allow us 48 hours to return your call or email. If you have an emergency situation, please contact 9-1-1 immediately.

Below is a list of phone numbers for the respective AACOG programs:

• AACOG General Line: (210) 362-5200
• Alamo Regional Transit: (866) 889-7433
• Alamo Service Connection (Aging Services): (866) 231-4922
• Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities: (210) 832-5020
• Veterans Services: (888) 724-8387

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We are monitoring COVID-19 updates regularly, and are closely working with state and local governments to let you know as soon as we can resume operations.

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