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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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.

Superior HealthPlan – Superior HealthPlan is a managed healthcare company that provides healthcare to 1.7 million Texas residents. Superior has eight office locations and serves members in all 254 counties across the state. They are committed to improving the health of the community one individual at a time through affordable and reliable healthcare plans. Their approach to healthcare in Texas can meet the needs of each person served.

TeamAbility – Provides physical therapy, speech therapy and occupational therapy, Cortical Visual Impairment Program (range assessment, comprehensive program, family education), parent support and education, assistive technology assessments, independent student assessments for school districts and parents.

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.

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.

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, on-demand transit option available in designated service zones.

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