To insure quality rehabilitative care and social services provided by community based organizations, we work with passion and in collaboration with others, embracing innovative ideas with potential for significant impact.
ConnectAbility, a nonprofit founded by the Warm Springs Foundation, works to ease the burden on people with life-altering injuries and conditions as well as their families and caregivers by coordinating care and connecting clients to the resources they desperately need with a very personal and engaged approach.
All of the services ConnectAbility offers work comprehensively and holistically, addressing a multitude of issues depending on needs. It strives to promote health equity by providing services free of charge.
Since 2008 the Warm Springs Foundation, along with its support for ConnectAbility, has granted over $5.5 Million to these amazing organizations:
Alamo Head Injury Association stays committed to helping improve the quality of life for brain injury survivors and their families in the Bexar county and surrounding areas.
Enriching the lives of physically challenged children through the inclusion of those children in the lives and experiences of those who do not face the same limitations.
We passionately serve vulnerable people in crisis through comprehensive, effective, and innovative services that empower them to build better lives for themselves, their families, and their communities.
Promote an inclusive and positive environment where wounded, ill, and injured service members of all service branches, active duty, and veterans, as well as their immediate family, can recover and get involved in the community.
The mission of Respite Care of San Antonio is to protect, love, build trust, and nurture growth of children with special needs and complex medical conditions while strengthening the families caring for them.
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization rebuilding the lives of amputees through peer support, education, case management, and recreation.
TEAMability is the only organization in South Texas providing severely disabled children the long–term specialized services they need, with no financial burden to their family
To provide support and access for uninsured or under-insured amputees to obtain quality prosthetics with comprehensive aftercare, and to generate public awareness for these individuals.
To improve the quality of life of veterans, civilians and children living with brain injury and their caregivers, through community integration, education, and advancement programs.
Presa Community Center improves lives by providing access to needed resources and tools for social and personal transformation.
Any Baby Can partners with families to build stability, develop skills, and unlock each child’s full potential.
Camp’s mission is to strengthen and inspire individuals with special needs – and those who care for them – through recreation, respite, and education.
By providing sports and recreation programs not typically available to children with special needs, we intend to foster the development of courage, self esteem, pride and joy so these children can achieve new possibilities previously unimaginable.
Texas Regional Para Sport (TRPS) is a state-wide resource for assisting athletes with physical and visual disabilities and enhancing adaptive sports programs throughout the State of Texas.
We provide refurbished medical equipment to individuals who cannot affordthe items they need or are faced with gaps in their insurance coverage.
The group provides an upbeat place for individuals with spinal cord injuries and their caregivers to connect with other people who have experienced the same life-changing injury.
STRAPS athletes work with schools and youth groups to promote the core values embraced by successful competitive athletes including the importance of teamwork, self-confidence, respect, good sportsmanship, self-discipline, perseverance, and the value of setting and achieving goals that demand extraordinary personal commitment.
We have a number of specialized programs to suit the individual needs of our patients and their families.
To put Judeo-Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.
To promote independence, preserve dignity, and enhance the quality of life of older adults, people with disabilities and their caregivers by coordinating and providing transportation services.