Good Samaritan Veterans Outreach & Transition Center

You Served Your Country, We are Honored to Serve You

Mission Statement

We provide NO-COST personalized services and referrals to all active duty, transitioning service members, veterans, National Guard, Reservists, and their family members in the greater San Antonio area.

Vision Statement

To be recognized as the best Veterans Center in the United States.

Culture Statement

We want to provide the best service possible, to our Veterans and their Family Members, with respect, integrity, and care and we want to do everything we can to ensure their needs are met as we believe this is what they should expect and what they deserve for serving their Country.


The historic Good Samaritan Hospital was constructed in 1915 as the Corinth Baptist Church and in 1948 was converted to a hospital for African-American patients in response to segregation.

In December 2011, the San Antonio City Council approved a partnership with the Alamo Colleges District and St. Philip's College to renovate the former hospital into a veterans outreach center. The Good Samaritan Veteran's Outreach and Transition Center will provide personalized services to All Active Duty and retired Veterans, their families, and the community in the greater San Antonio Area.

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We are located

Good Samaritan Veterans Outreach & Transition Center (GSVOTC)
202 Connelly Street
San Antonio, TX 78203

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM