To serve adults with diverse needs so that they may develop a sense of dignity, a sense of self worth, and the skills necessary to socially integrate with and contribute to the community in which they live.
Rehabilitation Center: The Mary Lee Foundation Rehabilitation Center (MLFRC) provides individual and group therapeutic services for outpatient clients. The MLFRC aims to focus on the skills necessary to regain independence through client-centered, community re-integration therapies and activities. For more information click here.
Intellectual Disabilities: The Mary Lee Foundation’s Southpointe programs offer something at every level of care for adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities. The purpose behind all Mary Lee Foundation programs including Southpointe is to maximize each client’s independence while providing them with the care and support they need. Because everyone is different, we offer a variety of program options to meet your or your loved one’s individual needs. For more information click here.
Affordable Housing: The Mary Lee Foundation helps 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. For more information click here.
Mary Lee News
Cornerstone is one of our affordable housing complexes for low-income individuals. While we do house people with disabilities, people with special needs and single mothers with children, this complex is not for those groups exclusively. Cornerstone offers 30 low...
One of the early programs of the Mary Lee Foundation, the Transitional Living Program, was designed to get adults with learning disabilities out of institutions and living as independently as possible in the community. It quickly became a successful alternative to...
Title VI Non-Discrimination Policy Statement
The Mary Lee Foundation is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination in the receipt of its services or programs on the basis of race, color or national origin or any other characteristics protected by law, including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended. Further, under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, no entity shall discriminate against an individual with a physical or mental disability in connection with the provision of transportation service.
Download our Title VI & IEP Brochure here.
To obtain more information on Mary Lee Foundation’s Non-Discrimination obligations or to file a Title VI complaint, contact:
Russ Walker, Executive Director
1339 Lamar Square Drive
Austin, Texas 78704
Phone: 512 443-5777
Fax: 512 443-5807
You may file a written complaint no later than 180 calendar days after the date of the alleged the date of the alleged discrimination.
Information on non-English alternative formats may be obtained from the Mary Lee Foundation.
La información sobre formatos alternativos distintos del inglés se puede obtener de la Fundación Mary Lee.