Helping Restore Ability

A nonprofit organization

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$10,000 Goal

Helping Restore Ability (HRA) is a nonprofit organization assisting low-income individuals with disabilities of all ages. We do this by providing personal attendant and home health care services to help the child or adult remain as independent as possible so they may continue to live in their homes, go to school and/or work, and most importantly to maintain their independence and dignity. 

  • Over 1,050 clients served
  • Network of 2,500 caregivers
  • 98% clients are at or below the poverty line
  • All ages and disabilities served   

Since 2019, HRA has invested in expanded training opportunities to attendants with the goal of improving the overall health of our clients as well as enhancing their quality of life. Since 2019, participating clients have seen a 50% reduction in Emergency Room visits and nearly 100% reduction in inpatient admittance.

With the national employment shortage, recruiting and retaining attendants has proven difficult. The support that Helping Restore Ability receives from the community enables HRA attendants to receive a more livable wage, receive full benefits, and do their job at the highest level of expertise over and above the state mandated minimum.

Without the superior care provided by these Health Care Heroes, the 1,050 clients served by Helping Restore Ability would risk a forced move to institutional care (such as a nursing home or inpatient treatment facility).

Helping Restore Ability provides:

  • Long-Term Care Support
  • Home Health Services
  • Intellectual Developmental Disabilities Services
  • Attendant Care for Working Individuals
  • Veterans Home Care
  • Private Pay Family Support
  • Care Navigation Center


Helping Restore Ability envisions a future in which no Texan with a disability lacks the resources to live a full and independent life.


Our Needs

$50 - Provides 15 protective medical masks to keep our caregivers safe

$100 - Provides 1 client with 3 online sessions offering education and training to prevent hospitalization

$250 - Provides 1 caregiver with 10 hours of state-of-the-art training

$500 - Provides 1 caregiver with enough Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for 1 full year

$1000 - Provides 1 years' worth of PPE, 10 hours of state mandated training and 6 additional specialty trainings based on the needs of the client

Equity Statement

It is the Agency's policy to provide equal employment, volunteer, and service opportunities to all individuals regardless of their race, color, creed, religion, gender, marital status, age (unless age is a factor necessary to the achievement of any statutory objectives), national origin, disability, genetic information, veterans status, sexual orientation, or any other classification protected by law.

This policy applies to all personnel, volunteer, and consumer practices, including hiring, transfer, promotion/demotion, termination, layoff and recall, training and development, compensation, benefits, and sponsored activities of the Agency. Service restrictions are applicable only when determined by local, state, or federal law or the parameters of a contract currently in force.

Any type of harassment by Agency staff members or by those assigned to the Agency on a temporary or contract basis is expressly prohibited. It is the Agency's policy to maintain an environment that respects the rights and dignity of every individual. All individuals are to be treated with courtesy, consideration and professionalism at all times.

Organization Data


Organization name

Helping Restore Ability

Tax id (EIN)




Intellectual, Developmental, and Physical Differences

Operating Budget

$10,000,000 or more

Counties Served

Hunt, Wise, Tarrant, Somervell, Rockwall, Parker, Palo Pinto, Navarro, Montague, Kaufman, Johnson, Hood, Grayson, Fannin, Erath, Ellis, Denton, Dallas, Cooke, Collin

BIPOC Leadership


Equity Statement

Equity Statement


4300 Beltway Place Suite 130
Arlington, TX 76018



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