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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Community First Health Plans – Provides health care coverage to the citizens of Bexar and the surrounding seven counties. As the only locallyowned and managed, nonprofit health plan in the area, their commitment to their members is to provide great health care benefits backed by outstanding service, delivered by people who live in South Texas. The goal is to make San Antonio have more successful health outcomes by putting the community first.

ConnectAbility – Supports individuals with life-altering injuries and their families and caregivers. Providing care coordination and support groups for individuals with a primary diagnosis of traumatic or acquired brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke or amputation, or other condition or disability with similar functional limitation, no age limit.

Epilepsy Foundation Central & South Texas – Works to assist individuals overcome the challenges of living with epilepsy and to accelerate therapies to stop seizures, find cures, and save lives. Services include Information and Referral, Support Groups, Case Management, Workshops, and Epilepsy Education for individuals with epilepsy and their caregivers.

Guide Dogs of Texas – Helping increase days of freedom, mobility, and independence for Texans age 17 and up impacted by blindness through days of guided sight provided by a professionally-bred, raised, and trained and personally matched certified guide dog.

Happy Ohana Smiles Dental Clinic – A state-of-the-art, UltraAccessible™ facility that focuses on providing dental services for individuals with special needs. Operated by Dr. Melody Zamora and David Zamora. The architectural layout was designed for wheelchair access and a focus on an approach designed to ease anxiety and provide comforting sights, sounds and smells. The specialized equipment in the five treatment rooms in the clinic accommodate both fully self-ambulatory and wheelchair patients.

Life Skills for Living – Faith-based ministry that provides significant areas to include, Stress Reduction, Conflict Resolution, Relationship Enhancement, Basic Financial Life Skills, and Anger Solutions. Hands-on, low-cost/no-cost, life skills programs are taught by certified facilitators at The MAC in small group classes or in confidential one-on-one sessions.

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 – 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 for specialized intervention in direct practice.

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