PACER: Post-deployment Acceleration Comprehensive Evaluation and Rehabilitation (PACER) Program. MISSION: to optimize the mind, body and spirit of our nation’s active duty and veteran service members, to promote operational readiness and return them to duty, home and the larger, community. TDVA jumped right in on the chance to help at (PTRP)...

On January 16, 2020, the Texas Disabled Veterans Association provided a Military Exhibit promoting patriotism at the Woodland Baptist Church, on behalf of the Lifetimers Committee the displays allowed parishioners and Lifetimer members to view military artifacts, photographs, citations, and decorations/medals. A lecture on the history of the Congressional Medal...

On December 8, 2019, Door in The Wall celebrated its 25th Anniversary and hosted its annual “A Country Christmas at Cowboys Dancehall” in San Antonio, Texas. Door in The Wall, Inc. a 501©(3) nonprofit organization has provided programs for people with disabilities and special needs. TDVA provided Christmas gifts for...

On the 16th of December 2019 Texas Disabled Veterans Association and Volunteers passed out over one hundred presents to Staff and Inpatients at Audie L. Murphy Veterans Hospital. It is just our way of giving back to those that continue to help in special ways and have given so much....

This year as in many past we at TDVA have provided, Forty $25.00 Gift Cards for Veterans and their families. These cards insure that deserving people through the social work programs at the Veterans Administration are identified and are given to those that are in the most need this 2019...

This Summer, TDVA provided free snacks and refreshments through our Goodwill Cart Program at numorous Audie L Murphy VA Medical Center Clinics to hundreds of Veteran Outpatients as well as Inpatients, waiting for their scheduled appointments. These wait times can be long and hard for many. We have received many...

  TDVA Adaptive Sports Wheelchair Athletes attended the 39th National Veterans Wheelchair Games at Louisville, Kentucky, from 11–16 July, 2019. Over 600 athletes participated in 19 different sports events. Several members of the Texas Disabled Veterans Association earned Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medals. Congratulations to our Veteran Athletes! Each year this...

Members of the Texas Disabled Veterans Association visited the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio, Texas to honor our fallen heroes. They repositioned flags on the gravesites that had been blown over by the winds. It was a beautiful, windy day with the sun peering in and out...

Working with the Lions Club Charity Golf Tournament the Ladies of Alpha Kappa once again donated two wonderfull checks that will go a long way to help our veterans. Pictured the Disabled Vet who played in the Lion’s golf tourney. ESI sponsored them, paying their entry fees and provided their...

Texas Disabled Veterans Association had its Christmas at the Spinal Cord Injury Unit in Audie L. Murphy Veterans Hospital on December 17, 2018. Helping those that will be there during Christmas, Giving away presents to Patients and Staff. Christmas is the one time a year that we put so much...