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Wellness Center for Older Adults
To help older adults (55 and over) achieve their highest level of physical and mental well-being.

The ARKGroup (Adults Relating to Kids)
The ARK (Adults Relating to Kids) Group's mission is to elevate the self-concept of children and adults by providing research-driven education programs (for parents, teachers and other adults) designed to build positive relationships through unconditional love, which leads to improved social/emotional health.

Community Homes for Adults Incorporated
Community Homes for Adults, Inc. (CHAI) is a non-sectarian, nonprofit corporation under Jewish auspices that provides programs and services to enable adults with intellectual disabilities to live full, rich lives in a safe environment and to meaningfully participate in the community.

Improve and protect the quality of life of older LGBT adults in North Texas through coordination and collaborations for health, housing, advocacy, financial security and social services.

Direction 61:3
DIRECTION61:3 will walk alongside older foster youth to provide a network of support as they transition out of the foster care system. The goal is for young adults to be as independent as possible while still receiving the level of resources and support needed to be successful and meet their individual goals.

Meals on Wheels Collin County
Meals on Wheels Collin County's mission is to combat hunger and isolation in disabled and older adults by providing nutritious meals enabling them to remain healthy and independent within their families, homes, and communities.

Meals On Wheels, Inc. of Tarrant County
To promote the dignity and independence of older adults, persons with disabilities, and other homebound persons by delivering nutritious meals and providing or coordinating needed services.

The Senior Source
The Senior Source is committed to improving the overall quality of life and empowering all older adults in greater Dallas to thrive. Join with us this year in Doing Something Grand on North Texas Giving Day. With your gift, you can honor your own grandparents, celebrate being a grandparent, recall an older adult who's made a difference in your own life...the list goes on! If you would like us to notify someone of your tribute gift, please include that information when making your contribution.

Sixty and Better, Inc.
To empower older adults to live with purpose, independence, and dignity by providing social, health, and nutritional support and by promoting volunteer opportunities.

Tyler Street Tower
The mission of Tyler Street Tower is to provide safe and affordable housing to lower income older adults to enhance their individual and social well-being.

1st Life Planning Parents & Partners
To provide opportunities for the education of adults with special needs in order to facilitate and support independent living To provide, operate and maintain residences for adults with special needs To provide areas of social and interpersonal interaction between adults with special needs

29 Acres
To elevate the quality of life for adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) by creating a dynamic housing community enriched with customized programming where every person will be empowered to live with purpose and joy.

A. L. Turner Mentoring and Educational Group Inc.
Our Mission is to prepare, support, and provide resources to at-risk youth and adults in making a positive transition to become productive individuals in our society by providing educational and social service resources.

Ability Connection
Ability Connection is all about enriching the lives of children and adults with intellectual and physical disabilities through comprehensive, life changing care, training and support...one person at a time. Disability exists when there is a gap between a person's capacity and the demands of a particular situation; be it living, working or enjoying the community. Our job is to bridge that gap through individual support, adaptations to the environment or demands and training so that people may enjoy the same quality of life as their non-disabled peers. We have a renewed commitment to provide world class services to people with disabilities. We at Ability Connection do not define "world class"; each individual along with their family define what world class means to them and we have an obligation to deliver those services. We offer a variety of services, designed to address the individual choices and priorities. These services include: residential services, community support through Medical Waiver programs, on-site training centers with tiered levels of support to address the needs of our clientele and employment support services. For each person served, we learn what their goals and choices are, facilitate the support and services needed and then measure their success and satisfaction. We enrich the lives of people with disabilities...one person at a time. Ability Connection formerly United Cerebral Palsy Association was organized in 1953; dedicated solely to delivering life changing healthcare, education, vocational training, independent living skills and community inclusion for all clients with disabilities. In 2011, we changed our name to Ability Connection to better reflect the diversity of our members and their talents. We are noted as the top disability provider in the state, leading our community on innovation and service quality. Our audience is anyone that has been diagnosed with a physical or intellectual disability before the age of 22. Our goals are simple; increase participation and create an environment where clients with disabilities can set goals. With our help and guidance, members can achieve those goals of independence, education, vocational skills, inclusion, social skills and improvement of health and nutrition. We have created an independent living studio where clients work with an instructor and case manager to help track individual progress, plan and help them set achievable goals to improve cognitive and motor skills.

ACEing Autism - Dallas
Our mission is to connect individuals with autism and their families through unique tennis programs, and to develop and advance proven methods to positively impact the students, families and communities we serve. We offer a weekly program to teach children and adults on the autistic spectrum the game of tennis as a means of improving their gross motor skills, hand-eye coordination, communication and social skills.