Local Vision Resources for Adults

Can Cataract Clinic

fort Worth, TX

Service: Cataract Treatment & Surgery

Cornerstone Assistance Network’s Cataract Clinic is a free cataract facility for the uninsured. It provides surgery and medications for patients with vision loss and no ability to pay for sight-restoring procedures. Cornerstone serves individuals who are 18 years or older, without health insurance and low income.

More information can be found by visiting the Cornerstone Assistance Network website.

Cedar Springs Eye Clinic

Dallas, TX

Service: Medical Eye Care

The Cedar Springs Eye Clinic provides primary eye care, pathology management, specialty contact lenses and an independent optical dispensary. Operated by the University of Houston’s School of Optometry, this eye clinic provides eye care with a staff optometrist and optometry students.

More information can be found by visiting the Cedar Springs Eye Clinic website.

Community Eye Clinic

Fort Worth, TX

Service: Medical Eye Care

The Community Eye Clinic in Fort Worth provides medical and routine eye care with one staff optometrist and optometry students in their clinical rotation year of study. It is located inside First Christian Church in downtown Fort Worth.

More information can be found by visiting the Community Eye Clinic website.

Dallas Area
Council of the Blind

Dallas, TX

Service: Low Vision Advocacy

The Dallas Area Council of the Blind is an organization that advocates for blind and visually impaired Texans.

More information can be found by visiting the Dallas Area Council of the Blind website.

DART's Paratransit Services

Dallas, TX

Service: Transportation

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART)’s Paratransit Services provides curb-to-curb public transportation for individuals with disabilities who are unable to use the DART bus or rail service. This service also offers free travel training and a travel ambassador program to ADA eligible individuals who have the ability to ride the bus or use rail services.

More information can be found by visiting the DART website.

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