Rating: 5 stars 1 review
Issues: Health, Human Services
Location: 2049 Airport Dr San Marcos TX 78666 USA
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“I write in strong support of Health Air and its work to enable the aging and persons with disabilities to remain in their homes and communities, access quality health care services, and avoid unnecessary institutionalization for as long as possible. Through an investment in Health Air, you have the ability to improve the health and quality of life of those who lack access to transportation.” Sincerely, Patrick M. Rose Texas State Representative District 45 “Keep Austin Mobile provides a vital service to constituents in my district who otherwise might not be able to receive the medical attention they need or be forced into institutional living arrangements. Lack of public transportation in rural areas creates a further problem, and Keep Austin Mobile works to clear these roadblocks.” Sincerely, Lloyd Doggett U.S. Congress 25th District, Texas “I fully support the efforts and business plan of the Not-For-Profit organization, Health Air, to supply free medical transportation to individuals in need. Health Air provides a valuable service to medically underserved areas and populations.” Sincerely, Jerry Patterson Commissioner, General Land Office “Since August 2007 Keep Austin Mobile has been providing reliable and safe transportation for individuals with disabilities in Austin, Texas. Transportation is the single most challenging issue facing Austinites with disabilities. Keep Austin Mobile enables each individual living with a disability to imagine more accessibility to services and opportunities in their lives.” Sincerely, Sidney Hilburn Easter Seals Central Texas complete letters of support on file
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
Timely service and support.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Help end the needless suffering of millions who are unable to get to medical facilities for treatment.
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