San Antonio Legal Services Association (SALSA)

San Antonio Legal Services Association (SALSA) – A corps of attorney volunteers coordinated by professional staff to provide free civil legal services to those with limited means and those who are vulnerable or at-risk. We recruit, train, and support the volunteer attorneys who represent SALSA’s clients – low income individuals and families – without charge.

Brighton Center

Brighton Center – Provides intervention services for children with disabilities in San Antonio through therapy, specialized skills training, early childhood education, parent workshops, and education advocacy. Programs offered are Early Childhood Education, Pediatric Therapy, Parent Workshops, and Education Advocacy.

University of Texas at San Antonio

University of Texas at San Antonio – UTSA at The MAC is The Evaluation and Research Coordinating Center that monitors and evaluates the efficacy of MAC programs, services, and research and an active partner in providing information and guidance to The MAC to inform growth.

Mass Mutual

Mass Mutual– Provides qualified financial recommendations and next steps that are uniquely designed to address the current and especially long-term planning needs for families with special needs.

Our Lady of the Lake University – Worden School of Social Services

Our Lady of the Lake University – Worden School of Social Services – The home to OLLU social work programs has set the standard for social work education and is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. At The MAC, social work interns provide support to the Navigation Department to acquire skills and knowledge … Read more

St. Mary’s University Law School

St. Mary’s University Law School: Center for Legal and Social Justice – Clinical and pro bono programs; assisting disadvantaged individuals with legal issues. Students may perform important legal work and gain a better understanding of the legal processes while helping those in need through opportunities.

The Arc of San Antonio (The Arc)

The Arc of San Antonio – Provides Family Support Services, Community Services Case Management, Community Living Assistance and Support Services case management, and has an Adult Life Enrichment program serving members with IDD.

VIA Metropolitan Transportation

VIA Metropolitan Transit – Keeps San Antonio and Bexar County moving with bus, van, and on-demand transit options. VIA Trans is a shared-ride, curb-to-curb service option that offers independence through mobility and expands access to opportunity for customers who cannot utilize regular bus service because of a disability. VIA also offers VIA Link, an app-based, … Read more

Reaching Maximum Independence Inc. (RMI)

Reaching Maximum Independence – Assists individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities reach their maximum level of independence. This is accomplished on both the program and individual level through a spectrum of services to include: 10 group homes, three apartment living sites, host home companion support, a dynamic day program called Life Enrichment Program. The services … Read more

San Antonio Food Bank (SAFB)

San Antonio Food Bank – Fighting hunger is the number one priority of the Food Bank, but it also seeks to educate and aid in many other ways. A variety of programs and resources is available to families, individuals, seniors, children, and military members in need.

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