Children in our Custodial Residential Care program have been removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect, exploitation, or abandonment and are placed with Mission Road by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (TDFPS). The children depend upon our highly trained staff to provide the support that enables them to achieve their full potential.
Many of the children have physical disabilities and challenging behaviors, along with emotional scars. Mission Road is one of only two non-profit organizations in Texas caring for children with IDD who have been removed from their families by the State.
At Mission Road, the children find a new, safe, and predictable home life staffed by trained, loving, professional caregivers. Once in our care, the resiliency of the human spirit is recognized in all its glory. Our children thrive and progress now that they live in a safe, happy family setting in which all their needs are met – and then some!
The Custodial Residential program is licensed and monitored by TDFPS. Fees for the care of our residential children are provided by the State of Texas through a variety of funding sources and are augmented by private and corporate donations allowing for richer staffing ratios and the provision of exceptional care that is Mission Road’s legacy.
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Program Interest Form
If you are interested in one of our services for your loved one, start by contacting AACOG (Alamo Area Council of Governments) to begin the screening and assessment process to determine if your client or loved one qualifies for IDD services. Once this is completed, you can fill out our interest form below and a Mission Road program director will reach out to you to determine which programs might be appropriate and available.