Family Well-Being

In 2020, San Antonio is renowned as the best city to raise a family.

The Vision

Its neighborhoods are places where residents thrive in an ethnically, culturally and socioeconomically integrated environment.

The entire community — individuals, businesses, local government, nonprofits, and faith-based organizations — takes responsibility for our collective well-being by providing information, access, high quality services and a meaningful sense of stability to residents of all ages and backgrounds. This continuum of caring enhances our residents’ quality of life and prepares families for the challenges of the 21st century.

More of the Story

The following graph shows poverty in San Antonio by age.

Poverty Rate in San Antonio, 2017 Deep Poverty: Under 18 12.4% 18 to 64 6.7% 65+ 3.1%; 100% of poverty level Under 18 26.4% 18 to 64 14.8% 65+ 11.7%; 125% of poverty level Under 18 34.8% 18-64 20% 65+ 18.5%

To see the full Family Well-Being report, click here.

Community Stories

Neighbors Supporting Neighbors

In Maranda Hernandez’s work to end child abuse as a community health worker, she asks parents about their own childhood experiences. In this way, Maranda builds trust with the parents, shares her own story, and learns about herself along the way.

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Family Well-Being Partners

66% of SA2020 Nonprofit Partners impact Family Well-Being. 

Explore more of our multi-sector partners in the SA2020 Ecosystem Map