Partner Profiles

Learn more about how your organization can join Texas Partners for Inclusive Access to help reduce barriers for people with disabilities, their families, and caregivers.

Partner Profiles

Learn more about our partners

PartnerORGANIZATIONMISSION STATEMENTWEBSITE
Aging, Disablity And Transportation Resource Center – El Paso And Far West TexasEmpower and support aging adults, persons with disabilities and veterans as well as their families and caregivers by serving as a single point of entry to information, assistance and access to community resources.https://www.adtrcep.org
Amistad LogoAmistad Serving Our Community Since 1976We are advocates and service providers for the most vulnerable members of our community, always mindful that each client deserves to be treated with respect and dignity.https://projectamistad.org
bvcil logoBrazos Valley Center for Independent LivingThe BVCIL is a consumer-based, consumer-controlled, cross-disability, cross-cultural, non-residential, private nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose mission is to promote the full inclusion and participation of individuals with disabilities in all aspects of community life.https://bvcil.org
CBCIL logoCoastal Bend Center for Independent LivingAssist individuals with disabilities to achieve their goalshttps://cbcil.org
Connect To Care LogoConnect to CareCMSP’s Connect to Care Program provides an alternate enrollment process at participating health centers for county residents to get coverage for CMSP-covered primary care services and prescription medicationshttps://myconnecttocare.org
Disability Rights Texas LogoDisability Rights TexasOur mission is to help people with disabilities understand and exercise their rights under the law, ensuring their full and equal participation in society.https://www.disabilityrightstx.org
FEMA logoFEMAHelping people before, during and after disasters.https://www.fema.gov
House the homeless logoHouse the Homeless, Inc.Founded in 1989, HtH is the oldest all volunteer, action, homeless organization in the state of Texas. The mission is Education and Advocacy around the issues of ending and preventing homelessness.https://housethehomeless.org
PACSTX LogoProviders Alliance for Community Services of TexasFrom leadership, education and networking opportunities to representation at the Texas Capitol and before regulatory bodies, PACSTX strives to give you what you need to focus on what really matters…the people you support.https://www.pacstx.org
ADTRC logoRio Grande Aging, Disability and Transportation Resource CenterThe Network of Care is a comprehensive, Internet-based community resource for seniors and persons with disabilities, as well as their caregivers and service providers.https://lrgv.tx.networkofcare.org
TX SILC logoState Independent Living Council (SILC)We are a non-profit organization that focuses on planning and coordinating funding for Independent Living services.https://www.txsilc.org
Texas ATM DD Center.pngTexas A&M Center on Disability and DevelopmentWe support individuals with disabilities and their families to be change agents who are valued, contributing community members, as self-defined, through education, research, and knowledge dissemination.https://cdd.tamu.edu
TEXAS Advocates logoTexas AdvocatesTexas Advocates is recognized as the leader in self-advocacy in Texas. Texas Advocates fight to stop unfair treatment and advocate for more and better services and supports for people with disabilities to be included in their communities.http://www.texadvocates.org
TCDD LOGOTexas Council for Developmental DisabilitiesThe mission of the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities is to create change so that all people with disabilities are fully included in their communities and exercise control over their own lives.https://tcdd.texas.gov
GCPD-LogoTexas Governor's Committee on People with disabilitiesThe committee's mission is to further opportunities for persons with disabilities to enjoy full and equal access to lives of independence, productivity, and self-determination.https://gov.texas.gov/organization/disabilities
Texas HHS LogoTexas Health and Human ServicesImproving the health, safety and well-being of Texans with good stewardship of public resources.https://www.hhs.texas.gov
Texas Technology Access Program LogoTexas Technology Access ProgramOur mission is to increase access for people with disabilities and those who are aging to Assistive Technology (AT) tools and services.https://ttap.disabilitystudies.utexas.edu
Arc of Texas LogoThe Arc of TexasThe Arc of Texas promotes, protects, and advocates for the human rights and self-determination of Texans with intellectual and developmental disabilities.https://www.thearcoftexas.org
University of Texas at Austin Steve Hicks School of Social Work Texas Center for Disability StudiesThe Texas Center for Disability Studies works to create a better world through research, education, practice, and policy. https://disabilitystudies.utexas.edu/
Texas ATM DD Center.png West Central Texas Aging and Disability Resource CenterThe West Central Texas Aging and Disability Resource Center is a single access point in locating public or private services for older adults and individuals with disabilities of any age…Regardless of income!http://www.wctcog.org