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Veterans can experience a range of life events, opportunities, and challenges after they leave the military like:
- Sharing LGBTQ+ Identity With Providers
Click here to learn about the resources and support available for Veterans who have faced challenges related to coming out as a person who identifies as LGBTQ+.
- Death of Family Members or Friends
Click here to learn more about experiencing the death of family members or friends, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you cope with loss.
- Families & Relationships
Click here to learn more about families and relationships, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you overcome family and relationship issues.
- Financial & Legal Issues
Click here to learn more about experiencing financial and legal issues, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you overcome challenges.
Click here to learn more about experiencing homelessness, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources available for homeless Veterans.
- Work-Related Problems
Click here to learn more about challenges related to jobs and employment, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you overcome work-related issues.
- Physical Injury
Click here to learn more about managing a physical injury, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you live well.
- Preparing for Deployment
Click here to learn more about preparing for deployment, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you cope.
- Retirement & Aging
Click here to learn more about retirement and aging, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you transition.
Click here to learn more about spirituality, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you overcome concerns related to spiritual issues.
- Student Veterans / Higher Education
Click here to learn more about being a student Veteran, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you overcome challenges.
- Transitioning From Service
Click here to learn more about transitioning from service, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you overcome transition challenges.
This program offers legal guardianship services, including less restrictive alternatives, for those who lack mental capacity due to illness or disability, and who are at risk of abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
With the goal of protecting the most vulnerable in our society by ensuring their safety in the community, the Guardianship Services creates one-third of all guardianships established in Bexar County.
Our agency champions healthcare access for all individuals with disabilities. We believe that people with disabilities should have access to healthcare coverage and services that meet their unique needs and that all services should be readily available, affordable, accessible, and accountable.
To achieve these goals, Disability Rights Texas’s efforts include individual casework, training programs, and advocacy for public policies that support access to quality healthcare and services for individuals with disabilities.
For information related to this topic that is provided in American Sign Language (ASL), visit our Healthcare Videos on ASL Page.
ECI resources: For information about services for children with delays or disabilities who are 0-3 years old, please see our Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) Resource page.
Click here to access all of our healthcare resources, educational, and advocacy information.
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Are your housing issues keeping you up at night? Do you owe your landlord money? Are you worried about eviction? We may be able to help!
- We offer free help and resources.
- Translators are available.
- Immigration status is not required.
If you are experiencing a disability-related housing crisis, you can contact our Housing Advocacy Team directly by clicking here or calling 1-833-212-4212. Voicemails and emails will be responded to within two business days.
- Housing Counseling and Mediation - Discrimination
- Tenants Rights
- Eviction Prevention
- Interpreter Available
- No US ID
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by Morgan’s Wonderland Inclusion Foundation (MWIF)
Our Care Model The MAC’s innovative approach provides comprehensive and coordinated medical and non-medical services under one roof. The MAC seeks to help individuals with disabilities and special needs of all ages find the assistance they need to improve their health and well-being.
MAC Navigation: The MAC’s services use a family-centered approach with full collaboration from the family, MAC Member, and community partners known as MACers (pronounced “MACK-ers”). Click here to learn more.
Ultra-Accessible™ means that everyone has the same opportunity to be included and participate intentionally in their community. An Ultra-Accessible™ community should provide environments for people of all abilities where they are set up for mobility, access, and success.
The MAC Navigators The MAC Care Model™ is centered around addressing Non-Medical Drivers of Health (NMDOH) through team members known as MAC Navigators that serve as single points of contact for the individuals with disabilities and special needs that The MAC serves. Click here for the Navigation Road Map.
Pre-screening on The MAC website or in person determines eligibility to become a MAC member.
(For purposes of The MAC at Morgan’s Wonderland™, people with a “special need” are defined as individuals of all ages with long-term impairment of cognitive, sensory, motor and/or communication functions, either congenital or acquired, that are not readily rehabilitated. Furthermore, a special need substantially limits an individual’s ability to perform activities in the range of what is considered typical for a person of the same age and cultural context. A special need may result in associated social, behavioral, or mental health complexities, requiring specialized intervention by a professional. Populations served by the MAC are the range of conditions that are classified as intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as acquired or congenital physical disabilities.)
The MAC serves individuals of all ages.
ADA Adult & Babies Changing Tables available.
There are no income requirements to receive Navigation services.
Our MAC Members are members as long as they continue receiving services at The MAC.
Each of our MACers (community partners) accepts specific forms of insurance. MAC Navigators are able to connect MAC Members with the correct partner.