Our Lady of the Lake University – Worden School of Social Services – The home to OLLU social work programs has set the standard for social work education and is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. At The MAC, social work interns provide support to the Navigation Department to acquire skills and knowledge for specialized intervention in direct practice.
Meet The MACers!
Morgan’s MAC would be nothing without our dedicated MACers. Meet and learn more about each of our partners that help us offer services to the special needs and disabled community in San Antonio and beyond!
Our Lady of the Lake University: Speech–Language–Hearing Center – Provides audiology services across the lifespan and provides speech-language-swallowing services for individuals ages 18 and above. Services are provided by experienced state licensed and nationally certified audiologists and speech-language pathologists.
Our physician-led health care organization partners with hospitals, health systems and health care facilities to offer clinical services across numerous specialties and subspecialties supporting the continuum of care from birth through adulthood. Together with our growing network of office-based specialists, we make a difference in the lives of our patients and their families.
Project Access – A unique program offered to individuals with documented intellectual disabilities. It is designed to support the student to access postsecondary education developing skills for gainful employment. Curriculum completion is dependent on the student’s ability to complete the courses in a semester.
Project Angel Fares – Providing trips of a lifetime for children with special needs or disability diagnosis since 2012. Their mission is to make it possible for the children and their families to experience all-inclusive Morgan’s Wonderland and Morgan’s Inspiration Island, all expenses paid. PAF now expands to include the needed services that The MAC provides.
Reaching Maximum Independence – Assists individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities reach their maximum level of independence. This is accomplished on both the program and individual level through a spectrum of services to include: 10 group homes, three apartment living sites, host home companion support, a dynamic day program called Life Enrichment Program. The services networked through The MAC are the Supported Employment Program.
San Antonio Food Bank – Fighting hunger is the number one priority of the Food Bank, but it also seeks to educate and aid in many other ways. A variety of programs and resources is available to families, individuals, seniors, children, and military members in need.
San Antonio Housing Authority – Committed more than 80 years to building and maintaining affordable housing for residents of San Antonio. SAHA provides housing assistance to more than 57,000 children, adults and seniors through its Public Housing, Housing Choice Voucher and Mixed-Income housing programs.