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Volunteers of America of Texas
Addressing whole-person needs. Supporting independence. Rebuilding lives.
At Volunteers of America Texas, providing compassionate service to those who need the most help is both a cause and a calling. For more than 100 years, our faith-based organization has helped people with mental health challenges, addiction issues, and intellectual disabilities move toward fulfilling lives. Through our compassionate ministry of service, we provide hope and help that builds stronger individuals, families and communities.
OUR SERVICES HELP PEOPLE WITH
Substance Abuse and Co-Occurring Disorders
Our addiction treatment and recovery programs incorporate a full range of residential and outpatient treatment and support services that address not just the addiction, but also the triggers that can cause a relapse. Intensive treatment, job preparation programs, housing placement, parenting education and family counseling are among the ways we help individuals overcome addiction and get back on their feet.
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Volunteers of America Texas is part of a national organization that has supported individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities for 40 years. Each among us is unique and valuable, and our goal is to help those we support create whole lives. Volunteers of America Texas is a longtime Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS) provider for the Home & Community-Based Services (HCS), Texas Home Living (TxHmL) and Deaf Blind with Multiple Disabilities (DBMD) programs.
Volunteers of America Texas specializes in permanent supportive housing options for at-risk groups, including individuals with mental health issues and those with intellectual and developmental disabilities – people who otherwise might have to turn to unsafe, blighted housing, or worse, the streets.