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Programs & Organizations That Can Help

  • HCS

    The Home and Community-based Services program offers assistance to people with intellectual disabilities.

  • TxHmL

    The Texas Home Living Program is there for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities living with their family or on their own.

  • YES Waiver Program

    The Youth Empowerment Services Waiver Program provides home and community-based mental health services for children living with a serious emotional disturbance.

  • STAP

    The Specialized Telecommunications Assistance Program helps provide special equipment or services for people whose disability interferes with communicating on the telephone.


    The Children with Special Health Care Needs Services Program provides help for children with special health-care needs and their families.

  • SSI

    For Children Find out if your child is eligible for Supplemental Security Income.

  • OABI

    Texas's Office of Acquired Brain Injury offers programs to people recovering from a brain injury to help them become more independent.

  • 2-1-1

    Texas 2-1-1 Texas is a free program helping connect Texans with the services they need.

  • CRS

    Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services assists those over the age of 15 who have experienced a traumatic brain or spinal cord injury to improve their communication, mobility, and self-care.


    The Amy Young Barrier Removal Program offers a need-based grant to those with disabilities who need to make modifications to their home.

  • CLASS Community Living and Support Services offers a variety of help for people with disabilities.
  • MDCP The Medically Dependent Children’s Program offers support for families caring for medically-dependent children.
  • Ragan's HOPE Ragan's HOPE is a charitable ministry providing a variety of services to parents of children with serious ongoing medical conditions or injuries.
  • The Arc of Texas Founded in 1950, the Arc provides services and advocacy for those living with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  • TexasBIA The Texas Brain Injury Alliance provides help, hope and a voice for those who have sustained a brain injury.
  • TxP2P Texas Parent to Parent helps improve the lives of Texas children who have disabilities, chronic illness, and special health care needs.
  • UHCCF The UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation provides medical grants to families of children with medical expenses not covered fully covered by their health insurance
  • Any Baby Can Based in Austin, Texas, Any Baby Can is a non-profit that helps strengthen families through in-home therapies, medical case management, resource navigation, and family support services.
  • Easterseals Easterseals offers a wide range of services for children and adults with disabilities and their families.
  • Special Needs Alliance The Special Needs Alliance is a national organization of attorneys committed to helping individuals with disabilities, their families, and the professionals who serve them.
  • Texas Elks Children’s Services The Texas Elks Foundation offers a summer camp to children with special needs, as well as medical grants to help cover expenses not fully covered by insurance.
  • Navigate Life Texas Navigate Life Texas is dedicated to offering support, inspiration, resources, and links to services available for families of children with a disability.
  • Joshua’s Stage Joshua's Stage is an Austin organization providing creative outlets for children with special needs.
  • C2 Change C2 Change is an Austin non-profit mental health agency providing therapy for children, families, and adults.
  • Legacy of Hope Legacy of Hope Austin offers free services to families of children with special needs, including art programs, horseback riding, and 'date night' respite care.
  • The Determined Parents Foundation The Determined Parents Foundation offers medical grants and supplemental financial support for families of children with special needs.
  • Variety of Texas The Variety of Texas Children’s Charity offers financial assistance and services to children with special needs and to the organizations that serve them.
  • Make a Wish The Make-A-Wish Foundation brings happiness and encouragement to children with life-threatening medical conditions and their families.
  • Single Mothers Grants Single Mothers Grants provides a list of grants and other resources available to single mothers to help with bills, rent, medical expenses, and more.
  • AMBUCS AMBUCS offers services to promote mobility and independence for people with disabilities, including the Amtryke Therapeutic Tricycle Program.
  • Texas Technology Access Program Offered by the University of Texas, the Texas Technology Access Program helps provide education and tools to increase the capabilities of Texans with disabilities.

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