Disability Resources

Statewide Resources

  • Directory of Community Resources in Texas

    The DCR is a dynamic, locally-referenced directory of disability resources in Texas. It allows users to locate resources in their area as well as contribute resources they know of and/or edit existing listings by filling out a simple form. The community’s ability to interact with the content ensures that the directory stays as up-to-date as possible.

Brazos Valley Resources

  • Arc of B/CS   Contact: Mary Vellca, 979.774.5149
  • Bipolar and Emotional Support  
    Contact: Sue, 979.229.2667
  • Brazos Valley CHADD (ADHD Support)
    Provides education, research, support, and understanding for those who have ADHD and their families. Parent support group meets the 2nd Thursday of each month, and Adult support group meets 4th Wednesday of each month.
    Contact: Katherine Jahnke | brazos-valley@chadd.net | (979) 209-0421
  • Brazos Valley Rehabilitation Center
    Offers therapy services to people with disabilities in the Brazos Valley regardless of their ability to pay for services.
  • Brazos Valley Center for Independent Living (BVCIL)
    Offers support groups, assistive technology training, and many kinds of classes and support for individuals and families.  Contact: http://bvcil.org 
  • Down Syndrome Association of the Brazos Valley
    A parent-based organization that enhances the welfare of people with Down syndrome and their families through the development and promotion of education, counseling, and recreational programs. Contact: http://dsabv.org/​ | (979) 778-7010 | dsabv@dsabv.org
    FACETS (Families of Autistic Children Engaged Together for Support) is a support group that offers social opportunities and educational resources for families of individuals on the autism spectrum, as well as for the Bryan-College Station community. The group also hosts monthly meetings, social events, and monthly tutoring. Contact: http://www.facetsbcs.org | facetsbcs@gmail.com
  • Helping Hands Parent Support Group    For parents of children who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.  Contact: Shelly Bergeron, bergerons@hotmail.com
  • Project Sunshine, Texas A&M Chapter
    Project Sunshine is a non-denominational, non-for-profit, national organization that provides free programs and services to children with long-term illnesses, disabilities, and special needs and their siblings. We host fun events several times a month, including family picnics, bowling, movie nights, field trips and more. We also provide volunteers for several programs in the community. Contact link is on the website: https://maroonlink.tamu.edu/organization/psun









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