The MACers

Meet The MACers!

The MAC would be nothing without our dedicated MACers. Meet and learn more about each of our partners that help us offer services to the special needs and disabled community in San Antonio and beyond!

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Alamo Area Council of Governments (AACOG) – Seeks 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. Programs offered are Aging Services, IDD Services, Veteran Services, Weatherization Services, Regional Transit, and a resource center.

Any Baby Can (ABC) – Provides Case Management, Autism Services, Sibling Support and a Center for Infant and Child Loss, which serves children from birth to 17 years old. ABC serves all medical conditions, developmental disabilities both diagnosed and undiagnosed, and the Prescription Assistance Program serves individuals of all ages.

BlueSprig Pediatrics – Provides compassionate Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy services to those impacted with autism. From the outset, the focus is on maintaining the highest ethics and quality, while also investing in critical research to advance the field of ABA and advocating passionately for the rights of all children with autism. At The MAC, Blue Sprig provides coordinated care for individuals and their families impacted by autism to ensure they receive the highest quality of care.

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.

CareLink is a financial assistance program open to San Antonio or Bexar County residents who do not have private or public health insurance. CareLink is not an insurance plan. Based on several factors, like the number of people in your family and your total income, you may qualify to be a member of CareLink. You will be assigned your own primary care physician and have access to quality healthcare at University Health.

Center for Health Care Services (CHCS) improves the lives of people with mental health disorders, substance abuse challenges and developmental disabilities. CHCS is committed to excellence through continuous quality monitoring and improvement in a comprehensive performance measurement program. CHCS operates a wide range of psychosocial and medical programs in Bexar County whose target populations include individuals with behavioral health disorders and intellectual disabilities. CHCS will be providing a Dual Diagnosis Clinic at The MAC, to assist with psychiatric medication management for individuals with a diagnosis of Intellectual and/or Developmental Disability along with a co-occurring Mental/Behavioral Health diagnosis.

Children’s Hospital of San Antonio (CHOSA) – The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio’s Comprehensive Autism Program offers a multidisciplinary autism evaluation for children who need a diagnosis of autism or need a diagnosis verified. CHOSA has partnered with the Autism Treatment Center and UTSA’s Department of Educational Psychology to bring the gold standard treatment for autism, Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapy, to children with autism.

CommuniCare Health Centers – A full-service primary healthcare system with multiple locations serving Bexar, Kendall, and Hays counties. Providing integrated primary care (Pediatrics, Family Medicine, Women’s Health, Dental, Behavioral Health plus specialty services) delivered by highly trained healthcare providers, utilizing state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and electronic health records. CommuniCare’s focus is to always provide exceptional care and treat patients like family. Their promise to you is to always make you Get Well, Stay Well.

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