Since 1963 the Mary Lee Foundation has worked to improve the quality of life for persons with disabilities. These programs and services have helped so many over the years lead lives of dignity and independence.
Helping to provide affordable housing to the working poor, single parents with young children and those on Social Security Disability. While all of the apartments are open to any resident of the community, Mary Lee welcomes individuals with mental or physical disabilities.
Brain Injury Program
The Brain Injury Program of the Mary Lee Foundation consists of two programs: The Rehabilitation Center and the Extended Care Program. Both facilities are centrally located on Lamar Square Drive in Austin Texas.
Case Management Services
Case Management Services provided by Mary Lee Foundation help adults and caregivers determine what the specific needs are of each client, and what services are available to meet those needs.
Daybreak Activity Center
The Daybreak Activity Center provides therapeutic activities for people with developmental and mental health disabilities and survivors of brain injury.
Mary Lee Food Pantry
Mary Lee Foundation operates and stocks a food pantry that is open to all residents in the Square. Open every Tuesday of the month, the food pantry provides nourishing foods and a little bit extra into the kitchens of the Mary Lee Foundation community.
Home and Community Based Services
Services provided are in areas such as residential assistance in the home or group home, case management, respite, day habilitation or activity, speech therapy, physical and occupational therapy.
Intermediate Care Facility for Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
The ICF/IID program is long-term care for adults with an Intellectual Disability or Related Conditions.
Long-Term Care Services
Our experience providing long-term care services has taught us that choosing the right care option can make all the difference in a person’s physical, emotional and social well-being.
Texas Home Living
This program is designed to provide in home services to persons who need assistance but who want to maintain the independence of a home setting.
Transitional Living Services
The Mary Lee Foundation was the innovator of the community based extended living program for adults, demonstrating that there is an alternative to institutionalization.
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