Discover the programs we provide the community and more.

Programs We Offer


Client case management: we offer Case Management and individualized service planning for all the adults we serve through our range of supports for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Program Use: LTSS Current Clients/Non-Insured Community

Housing/Community-based Residences: sometimes referred to as group homes—offer adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities the opportunity to live as independently as possible in the communities of their choice. Our residences offer 24/7 staff. Program Use: Most of these clients attend LTSS and Medicare Clients

Support and Services: Each adult receives an assessment by a trained coordinator. The assessment is used to develop an individualized plan, which includes the individual’s lifestyle preferences within a full range of residential, work, social and other community-based services and supports.

Psychological Counseling: intensive behavioral therapy, relief support for families, or other services aimed at stabilizing an individual’s placement.

  • Counseling 1:1
  • Family and participant education
  • Support & encouragement groups
  • Outlets to vent & express frustrations & emotions

Our LTSS Program assist individuals in achieving personal goals and accessing services, including:

  • Personal safety awareness
  • Vocational skills
  • Independent living skills
  • Positive behavioral supports
  • Communication skills
  • Anger management
  • Decision making
  • Mobility training
  • Sensory development
  • Volunteer work
  • Obtaining paid employment
  • Attending college and GED

Community Action

  • Energy Assistance: utility, water and electric
  • Local Assistance: assistance with food, shelter, and medication
  • Emergency Assistance
  • Curbside services: clients need shopping, food delivery
  • Employment and training at our Thrift Store

Who we Serve

  • Clients with HIV Infection and AIDS-
  • Clients with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD)
  • Homeless Clients
  • Women with substance abuse problems
  • Brain, spinal cord and medically Injuries


  • Individual, Assisted & Supportive
  • A continuous care home that is staffed
  • Semi-independent living apartments that are staffed by a care provider that ensures the residents eat well, pay bills, and other day to day help; and
  • Independent Living Skills Training
  • Monitoring current life situation for signs & symptoms of abuse or neglect
  • Referral to community resources
  • Care Coordination with MD, case managers, and caregivers
  • Home Health: Help client with ADL’s
  • Daily living skills training
  • Vocational skills training
  • Computer lab
  • Art and ceramics classes
  • Nutrition Education and Counseling

Registered Dietitian performs nutritional assessments and counseling, oversees the meal program, presents health topics, and provides 1:1 support for meal planning to our clients.

Memory Care

  • Memory Enhancement Program
  • Beginning Dementia
  • Alzheimer’s Program
  • Progressed Dementia
  • Music and Memory
  • Certified Pet Therapy

Advocacy & Legal

  • Life Insurance
  • Train Law Enforcement for De-escalation/non-life threating
  • Legal Aid

Healthcare Services

  • licensed nurse support, expert clinical services, and opportunities for individual growth.
  • Speech therapy and communication
  • Physical therapy
  • Sensory integration training
  • 1:1 therapy
  • Daily walking groups

Special needs

  • IDD
  • Long term Care


  • MLK Clinic
  • Alvin Clinical Familiar
  • Houston Food Bank
  • Harris Mental Center
  • West Oaks Hospital


As an individual or a group, you can help people with developmental disabilities by volunteering as field trip assistants, to work on a project, or for an event.

Community Based Day Activities

Social activities —interaction with other participants in planned activities appropriate for their conditions
Transportation —door-to-door service
Meals and snacks —participants are provided with meals and snacks, those with special dietary needs are offered special meals.
Personal care —help with toileting, grooming, eating and other personal activities of daily living.
Therapeutic activities —exercise and mental interaction for all participants.
Multiple homes where clients live together with care providers, rather than a housing facility.

New Ability Health Center offers a wide range of programs that works to improve the lives of the different people in the community. These programs are designed to cater to the needs of those we serve:

We are always ready to reach out and help, so please don’t hesitate to contact us to learn more about our advocacy.