Bay Area Rehabilitation Center (the Center) offers our donors several formats to make a contribution to the Center. These formats include:
* Debit or Credit Card
The Center accepts the following Credit Cards: American Express, Discover, Mastercard, or Visa. Make a contribution by mail - Print off and complete the donor form - Mail donor form and check to the Center
Contribute to Bay Area Rehabilitation by selecting this affordable energy provider- the company will make a donation for each client signed up via the link below:
Contribute to Bay Area Rehab by simply signing up for affordable energy services each time you sign up on the link below a donation will be made to Bay Area Rehab.
Resources for Clients and Family members link to affordable electricity
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Our Mission is to provide outpatient therapeutic, vocational, social skill training and recreational services for persons with disabilities or injuries and support services for their families. The Center also seeks to advocate for and work to provide accessible and affordable housing for this population.Read more...
In accordance with our the part of the Mission of Bay Area Rehabilitation Center (the Center) mission to advocate and work to provide accessible and affordable housing for persons with disabilities, the Center has entered into a collaboration with Accessible Space, Inc. (ASI).
ASI specializes in providing accessible, affordable housing for adults with physical disabilities, mobility impairment and/or traumatic injury. The Center does not operate the accessible housing, but lends our support to funding applications initiated by ASI for this type of housing.
Currently, there are convenient locations in Baytown, Texas (Rollingbrook Apartments), Clear Lake, Texas (Paul Chase Commons), Pasadena, Texas and The Woodlands. Please contact ASI for additional information.
In addition to an annual independent financial audit of the Bay Area Rehabilitation Center (the Center) financial statements, the Center undergoes numerous reviews and evaluations of our services. The following organizations have completed detailed research on the Center and the services we provide to the community.
Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF): A CARF accreditation provides consumers the assurance that Bay Area Rehabilitation Center meets the highest possible standards. The Center's Adult Program, Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) Program and Pediatric Program are CARF accredited.
United Way: Through an annual allocations process, citizens review agency budgets, evaluate agency requests for funds, and prioritize community needs. Their recommendations are forwarded to the United Way board of directors, also composed of volunteers, which finalizes the decision about how donations are distributed to the United Way member agencies. The Center is funded by both the United Way of the Baytown Area and the United Way of Greater Houston.