Additional Resources

The following are websites that offer support at reduced-cost or free for individuals who qualify. They may also offer support groups or specialized resources. Please visit them for additional details.

Independent Living

Name of OrganizationServices ProvidedWebsite
REACH of Fort Worth, Dallas, Denton & Plano Resource Centers on Independent LivingOur mission is to provide services for people with disabilities so that they are able to lead self-directed lives and to educate the general public about disability-related topics in order to promote a barrier free community.
Elder Options of TexasResources for older adults

Financial Assistance and Housing

Name of OrganizationServices ProvidedWebsite
Help Hope LifeMedical fundraising for the expenses insurance doesn’t cover
Austin Street CenterBeyond meeting basic needs, Austin Street is committed to helping our clients regain their independence and find a permanent place to call home. No matter how they got here, we focus on a caring, customized, collaborative approach that involves a variety of services and special programs to remove barriers to permanent
Salvation ArmyHousing, Food Pantry, & Emergency Shelter

Adaptive Sports and Leisure

Name of OrganizationServices ProvidedWebsite
Adaptive Training FoundationAdaptive Training
RISEAdaptive Sports
United RocksAdaptive Climbing

Additional Resources

Name of OrganizationServices ProvidedWebsite
HOPE DirectoryTarrant County Resources
Calla CaresReduced Cost in home
BINDThe organization has become a recognized source of community resources for brain injury survivors, a trusted caregiver support provider, and a dependable partner for neighboring not-for-profit and corporate businesses.
Vocational Rehabilitation Adults Program by Texas Workforce Commission (TWC)This program helps people who are older than 17 years old.

Texas Parent to Parent (TxP2P)
Texas Parent to Parent (TxP2P) is committed to improving the lives of Texas children and adults with disabilities, chronic and mental health conditions and other health care needs. TxP2P empowers families to be strong advocates through parent-to-parent support, resource referral, and education.
Dallas Area Parkinsons SocietyDAPS services provide a comprehensive approach to managing Parkinson’s disease for patients, care partners, family, and professionals. Services encourage and support the importance of social engagement through community, education, support, exercise, and speech classes.
Team Luke Our mission is to enrich the lives of children with a brain injury and give hope to their families through support and education.
Boots of Honor by Paws for Reflection RanchPaws for Reflection Ranch’s mission is to provide a healing, educational, motivational, and recreational environment utilizing equine and other animal assisted therapies and experiences to enhance the quality of life for all clients, and to provide a loving home, whether temporary or permanent, for animals that meet a specific criteria.

Additional Websites