Welcome to Care Warriors Inc.

Our mission is to provide traditional and functional life, social, emotional, spiritual and vocational skill training to at-risk individuals with intellectual and developmental differences. We educate, train and encourage individuals to maintain a vital role in the community. 

Care Warriors Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that serves young adults with disabilities. As children with disabilities become young adults, they lose many of the benefits that were available to them as children. At this age many are also attempting to live independently. Care Warriors attempts to bridge that gap by providing Independent Living Skills (ILS), pre-employment assistance, vocational training and job placement, along with any other help an individual may need to live independently.

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Happy Independence Day!!!

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Care Warriors Inc. will host it's 3rd annual golf scramble. Join us to support a great cause!


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Grab your team. Put your clubs in the car and let's go! Register below!

Four Person Team - $500 Sponsor a Hole - $200 Single Player - $150

Tu Casa at Texas A&M University summer camp 2024 was held the week of June 10th .  Care Warriors Inc. was on board to add to the excitement by teaching art and social/emotional skills. Much thanks and appreciation to Veronica Kallead, Texas A&M University TU CASA Project Director, for this collaborative opportunity to be among the students.  TU CASA's model is designed to allow students with intellectual disabilities to receive a true university experience while gaining the skills and knowledge needed to transition to independent adult lives. 

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Sundt Check

A huge Care Warriors Inc. "Thank You!" to the Sundt FoundationTheir generous grant will provide needed items for many of our older consumers. The Sundt Foundation was created in 1999 to give Sundt employee-owners a way to give back to the communities where they live and work.

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A huge thank you to the Red Hat Society - Diva Divinas chapter in San Antonio for their generous donation. "I am so proud that our chapter is known for its community efforts", said Vivian C. Gonzales, chapter queen pictured far left. "Doing good is its own reward. We gain so much by giving to others." Also pictured from left is Elva A. Dias, Raeme Bosquez-Greer, and Silvia Guzman.

Now Hiring!

Care Warriors Inc. is seeking experienced, motivated individuals as Independent Living Skills/Community Supports specialist working with individuals with disabilities


Independent Livings Skills specialist work in nursing facilities with older individuals, providing companionship, going on walks and doing activities.

Community Supports includes taking the individual out in the community to socialize, eat, exercise and work on individual goals such as budgeting and time management. 

1099 Contract, Part Time, Full Time, Flexible Schedule

For more information contact:

Raeme Bosquez-Greer
(210) 844-5988

Join us for Sunday Funday! 

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  • Soft Skills
  • Respite
  • Vocational Training
  • Job Placement
  • Tutoring Services
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Now Offering Soft Skills

Thursdays 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Soft Skills can be difficult for many individuals with neurological and developmental disorders.  We do painting, cooking and other fun activities with other students, providing them with a relaxing atmosphere to get to know one another and interact.  We assist with and direct soft skills social interaction to help our students feel more comfortable in unfamiliar situations.

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Gordon Hartman Foundation

Care Warriors Inc. is sincerely grateful for resent grants presented by the Gordon Hartman Foundation and Autism Speaks.  Both organizations do wonderful things for our community.  Their generous grants allows Care Warriors to provide services and support to our consumers at little to no cost.

Autism Speaks

Care Warriors Inc. is proud to announce that we are contracted  with the Alamo Area Council of Governments (AACOG) to work with Intellectual and developmental disabilities , and  Autism. The mission of AACOG is to enhance the quality of life of all residents of the Alamo Region in partnership with elected and appointed officials, funders, community partners and beneficiaries.

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Get Involved With Our Community Events

Charity starts at home... in your community. There are so many ways to get involved and give back. One of those ways is through community events and activities. Care Warriors Inc. cordially invites you to get involved with us, our mission and the families and individuals we serve.  Have some fun, learn new things and get to know the people in your community.  Here are a few of our upcoming events. Dont forget to join us on Facebook.

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