Since 1984, the Mission of the Northeast Senior Assistance (NESA) is to assist persons sixty years and beyond living in the northeast San Antonio area who are isolated and lack adequate social support. Volunteers provide needed services, including me... Read more
Since 1984, the Mission of the Northeast Senior Assistance (NESA) is to assist persons sixty years and beyond living in the northeast San Antonio area who are isolated and lack adequate social support. Volunteers provide needed services, including medical appointment transportation, grocery delivery services, and minor home repairs to help clients live independently in their own homes.
NESA is an ecumenical organization, sponsored by area churches, local business and civic organizations and local government which is designed and organized to deliver the services identified in the mission statement.
This wonderful organization provides services to seniors in northeast San Antonio. They offer a very valuable service of transportation to medical appointments, deliver groceries to the homes of clients; check on clients weekly; and perform minor repair jobs in the homes of clients. Each of these services are provided FREE of charge.
Volunteering with NESA is a great way to give back to those who helped to build the community. I have enjoyed each and every time I've helped a senior remain independent!
by Durand W. from Windcrest, TX
They provide a valuable service in helping seniors remain independent in their own homes when there are no family members or friends to assist them in shopping or getting to doctor's appointments.
You need to know your information about their location is incorrect:
2903 Nacogdoches Road
San Antonio, TX 78217-4522
Their telephone numbers are still the same:
I can no longer find their web site, but you may contact Pat Ogle, the Volunteer Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org to get their current information. That is her business e-mail address.