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Texas State (i /'t?ks?s/) is the second-largest U.S. state by both area and population, and the largest state in the contiguous United States. The name, meaning "friends" or "allies" in Caddo, was applied by the Spanish to the Caddo themselves and to the region of their settlement in East Texas. Located in the South Central United States, Texas is bordered by Mexico to the south, New Mexico to the west, Oklahoma to the north, Arkansas to the northeast, and Louisiana to the east. Texas has an area of 268,820 square miles (696,200 km2), and a growing population of 25.1 million residents.

Heritage for the Blind is a non-profit organization serving the blind and visually impaired in Texas State. Our mission is to provide the tools necessary to help the blind and visually impaired in Texas State independently explore and participate fully in society.

Heritage for the blind can also help individuals in TX search over 1650 local, state and federal programs that can help with expenses such as prescription drugs, rent, heating  bills, meals, medical costs, veteran’s benefits and Alzheimer’s care in TX.  Our Free Benefit search service can help find and the benefits you deserve.

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Texas School for the Blind and Visually


1100 West 45th Street

Austin, TX 78756-3494

Phone: (512) 454-8631

Texas Department of Assistive and

Rehabilitative Services: Division for Blind


4800 North Lamar Boulevard

Suite 310

Austin, TX 78756-3178

Phone: (512) 377-0500

Texas State Library and Archives

Commission, Talking Book Program

PO BOX 12927

Austin, TX 78711-2927

Phone: (512) 463-5458

Lighthouse of Houston

3602 West Dallas Avenue

Houston, TX 77019-0435

Phone: (713) 527-9561

El Paso Lighthouse for the Blind

200 Washington Street

El Paso, TX 79905

Phone: (915) 532-4495

Recording Library for the Blind and

Physically Handicapped

2012 W. Cuthbert Street

Midland, TX 79701

Phone: (432) 682-2731

Texas Tech University Health Sciences

Center: Department of Ophthalmology and

Visual Sciences

3601 4th Street

Lubbock, TX 79430

Phone: (806) 743-2020

Texas Tech University: Virginia Murray

Sowell Center for Research and Education in

Visual Impairment

Box 41071

Lubbock, TX 79409

Phone: (806) 742-1997 233

Developmental Education Birth through

Three (DEBT Program)

1628 19th Street

Lubbock, TX 79401

Phone: (806) 766-1172

Texas Assistive Technology Project

Texas Center for Disability Studies

4030 West Braker Lane

Austin, TX 78759

Phone: (512) 232-0740

IBM Accessibility Center

11400 Burnet Road

Austin, TX 78758

Phone: (512) 823-0000

All Blind Children of Texas

1100 West 45th Street

Austin, TX 78756

Phone: (512) 206-9234

Texas DeafBlind Project

1100 West 45th Street

Austin, TX 78756

Phone: (512) 206-9188

Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic: Texas

1314 West 45th Street

Austin, TX 78756

Phone: (512) 323-9390

Texas Department of Assistive and

Rehabilitative Services: Criss Cole

Rehabilitation Center

4800 North Lamar

Austin, TX 78756

Phone: (512) 377-0300

Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic:

Southwest Region

3520 Executive Center Drive

Suite 100

Austin, TX 78731

Phone: (512) 323-9390

Austin Junior Women's Federation

1406 Wilshire Boulevard

Austin, TX 78722

Phone: (512) 206-0157

Texas State Unit on Aging

701 West 51

st Street

Suite 253

Austin, TX 78714

Phone: (512) 438-3011

KUT 90.5 FM

One University Station A0704

Austin, TX 78712

Phone: (512) 471-1631

Travis Association for the Blind

2831 Manchaca Road

Austin, TX 78704

Phone: (512) 442-2329

Texas Ophthalmological Association

401 West 15th Street, #825

Austin, TX 78701

Phone: (512) 370-1504

Texas Education Agency

1701 North Congress Avenue

Austin, TX 78701

Phone: (512) 463-9414

South Texas Lighthouse for the Blind

4421 Agnes Street

Corpus Christi, TX 78405

Phone: (361) 883-6553 117

Prevent Blindness Texas: San Antonio


2929 Mossrock

Suite 203

San Antonio, TX 78230

Phone: (210) 340-1007

Lions Low Vision Center of Texas

8403 Floyd Curl Drive

San Antonio, TX 78229

Phone: (210) 567-8600


11825 West Avenue

Suite 104

San Antonio, TX 78216

Phone: (210) 366-4081

San Antonio Lighthouse for the Blind

2305 Roosevelt Avenue

San Antonio, TX 78210

Phone: (210) 533-5195


University of Houston

4901 Calhoun Road

Houston, TX 77204

Phone: (713) 743-0799

Center for Sight Engancement, Low Vision


4901 Calhoun Road

Houston, TX 77204

Phone: (713) 743-0799

Taping for the Blind Radio

3935 Essex Lane

Houston, TX 77027

Phone: (713) 622-2767

Prevent Blindness Texas: West Texas Branch

2202 Waugh

Houston, TX 77006

Phone: (713) 526-2559

West Texas Lighthouse for the Blind

2001 Austin Street

San Angelo, TX 76903

Phone: (325) 653-4231

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs: Waco

Blind Rehabilitation Center

Central Texas Veterans Health Care System

4800 Memorial Drive

Waco, TX 76711

Phone: (254) 297-3649

Beacon Lighthouse

300 Seventh Street

Wichita Falls, TX 76301

Phone: (940) 767-0888

Lighthouse for the Blind of Fort Worth

912 West Broadway

Fort Worth, TX 76104

Phone: (817) 332-3341

Stephen F. Austin State University:

Department of Human Services

SFA Station, Box 13019

Nacogdoches, TX 75962

Phone: (936) 468-2906

Horizon Industries: East Texas Lighthouse

for the Blind500 North Bois D'Arc

Tyler, TX 75702

Phone: (903) 595-3444

Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind

Youths and Adults: South Central Region


12160 Abrams RoadSuite 620

Dallas, TX 75243

Phone: (972) 490-9677

American Foundation for the Blind: AFB

Center on Vision Loss

11030 Ables Lane

Dallas, TX 75229

Phone: (214) 352-7222

Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind

4245 Office Parkway

Dallas, TX 75204

Phone: (214) 821-2375

Dallas Services

4242 Office Parkway

Dallas, TX 75204

Phone: (214) 828-9900

Reading & Radio Resource

2007 Randall

Dallas, TX 75201

Phone: (214) 871-7668

Visual Aid Volunteers

617 State Street

Garland, TX 75040

Phone: (972) 272-1615

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