San Antonio

 

Enable America expanded into San Antonio in 2009, thanks to a generous grant from Clark Construction. In conjunction with Disabled Veterans Employment Mentoring Month last November, Enable America held its first local mentoring event at the Clark/Hunt Construction site, located at the San Antonio Military Medical Center (SAMMC) offices at Ft. Sam Houston. Seven disabled veterans received hands-on work experience throughout the day-long event. From that program, one participant was interviewed and hired by a project sub-contractor, JSR Inc., and reported for work the following Monday.

 

Building on the success of the Clark/Hunt program, Enable America is currently working to expand San Antonio program offerings in 2010. This includes providing additional employment mentoring to disabled veterans as well as all people with disabilities, while adding more San Antonio businesses to serve as mentor organizations.


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VIDEO: Ten Years of Accomplishments

Founded in 2002, Enable America provides a wide range of programs that directly engage with and improve the lives of people with disabilities, including disabled veterans and wounded warriors. Watch this video to see highlights from the past ten years.

Senator Tom Harkin recounts his years of fighting for the rights of people with disabilities, as he accepts the Enable America “Award of Appreciation” at the 10th Anniversary Reception held in Washington, DC.

Founder and CEO Richard Salem addresses the audience at Enable America’s 10th Anniversary Reception, recounting his journey as a person with a disability, and his inspiration for helping others.

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Isolation end where employment begins. Help our nation’s wounded warriors and people with disabilities take the most important step in reconnection with their communities.

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