Mary Lee Foundation

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The Mary Lee Foundation works to improve the lives of those living with developmental disabilities, mental health disorders, and other challenges. We provide programs and services that include affordable housing for low-income families as well as a Daybreak Activity Center where adults can come together during daytime hours for food service or recreational activities like bowling.

Austin,tx
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3.1
22 Reviews
3.1

This is a wonderful place for brain injury patients! My sisterinlaw had an incident which left her unable to walk or talk correctly or even think and function. She attended their in patient brain injury rehab which consisted of classes on budgeting, cleaning, meal preparation & anger management. There was also physical, occupational and speech therapy along with fun outings and activities. The staff was exceptional and supported her all the way through the rehab. After rehab, she was offered affordable housing and a job! Through their warm, caring guidance, she was able to reclaim her life and live in her own apartment even with having some diminished capacity. They work miracles at this place!

AH

Ann Hallford

3.1

This is a wonderful place for brain injury patients! My sisterinlaw had an incident which left her unable to walk or talk correctly or even think and function. She attended their in patient brain injury rehab which consisted of classes on budgeting, cleaning, meal preparation & anger management. There was also physical, occupational and speech therapy along with fun outings and activities. The staff was exceptional and supported her all the way through the rehab. After rehab, she was offered affordable housing and a job! Through their warm, caring guidance, she was able to reclaim her life and live in her own apartment even with having some diminished capacity. They work miracles at this place!

AH

Ann Hallford

3.1

This place should not be in business. One of my relatives lived there and they never supervised her. She was drug to the point she could not tell us a thing that was going on with her. If you want a place that will care for your child this is not it. This place should be investigated by the government and shut down.

HLPK

Hasta La Pasta Katy

3.1

This place should not be in business. One of my relatives lived there and they never supervised her. She was drug to the point she could not tell us a thing that was going on with her. If you want a place that will care for your child this is not it. This place should be investigated by the government and shut down.

HLPK

Hasta La Pasta Katy

3.1

I would never want anyone to work here because they don't treat employees right. Here you have a risk of catching thing from residents such as bed bugs because the person that runs the place Leah does not want to put money into anything like that. Some of the case managers called you 5 mins before a shift because they didn't want to come in. Plus they don't take out Federal taxes out of your check.

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icewatercold1

3.1

I would never want anyone to work here because they don't treat employees right. Here you have a risk of catching thing from residents such as bed bugs because the person that runs the place Leah does not want to put money into anything like that. Some of the case managers called you 5 mins before a shift because they didn't want to come in. Plus they don't take out Federal taxes out of your check.

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icewatercold1

3.1

I know some of the residents personally, and have only heard good things about how this place serves them and guides them through what could be an otherwise impossible life.

JB

Jason Birdwell

3.1

I know some of the residents personally, and have only heard good things about how this place serves them and guides them through what could be an otherwise impossible life.

JB

Jason Birdwell

3.1

disappointing. there are so few options out there for tbi rehab and recovery

MH

Mary Herrington

3.1

disappointing. there are so few options out there for tbi rehab and recovery

MH

Mary Herrington