Paralyzed Veterans of America – Texas Chapter is here to help veterans with spinal cord injuries/disease, their families and their caregivers gain easy access to everything they need to thrive – from expert help to cut through government red tape to secure earned military benefits to the specialized help to secure a good job and career.
Adaptive sports are here, and Paralyzed Veterans of America is leading the way to bring them to you! There’s a sport for everyone, no matter your level of ability — even if you have never tried wheelchair sports before. We offer competition for all abilities and experience in a variety of adaptive sports and recreational activities.
More than 750,000 people in the United States, including veterans, live with spinal cord injury or a spinal cord disease (SCI/D). Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) responds to their needs by supporting research, educational programs and other initiatives that unite people and activities toward a single mission: improved quality of life.
TPVA works with all disabled citizens on issues that affect their independence. Transportation, employment, housing and attendant care are the major issues confronting disabled persons today. TPVA and its satellite offices work closely with local and state organizations to advocate for solutions to the problems affecting the disabled person’s needs.
From hospital liasons to emergency assistance, we provide vital assistance to our members and their families.