Nutrition & Wellness


The City of San Antonio Senior Nutrition Program provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced noon meal in a congregate setting with a variety of other programs and activities.

The SNP is funded by the City and the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS) through the Alamo Area Council of Governments (AACOG), and currently offered at various senior centers throughout the City. The majority of the Centers operate Monday through Friday, 10am-2pm. All services are free of charge, however, contributions are encouraged. 

For center locations near you or additional program information, call 210-207-7172.


Fit City SA is the main community portal for health and fitness in San Antonio and is powered by the Mayor’s Fitness Council. Former San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro appointed the Mayor’s Fitness Council (MFC) in May 2010. The mission of the Mayor’s Fitness Council is to lead San Antonio to be one of the healthiest and most active communities in the nation in which residents, groups and organizations work collaboratively to achieve targeted health and fitness goals. The Mayor’s Fitness Council is divided into several committees that work together to achieve these goals. The Active Living and Nutrition Committees decide on initiatives and messaging to be promoted in the following areas: Community, Healthcare, Healthy Schools, Work site Wellness. The Policy Committee works to advance health and fitness-related policies in all areas and the Media and Promotions and Development Committees work to support and develop the Mayor’s Fitness Council.

For more information about how you can get involved in FitCitySA, visit the program online.


Did You Know?
Almost 26 million Americans have diabetes – but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. About 79 million adults in the United States have pre-diabetes.
The YMCA of Greater San Antonio and The City of The San Antonio Metropolitan Health Department have teamed up to fight diabetes from two fronts. Whether you are at risk for type 2 diabetes or if you have already been diagnosed, there is a FREE program for you!

Find out about more information about free wellness programs by calling the YMCA at 210-924-8858 or Metro Health at 210-207-8802. Sign up on the Diabetes Prevention & Control website to receive more information about available programs.

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