Amputee Coalition of America
Provides education, support, advocacy, and promotes limb loss prevention. Bi-monthly magazine inMotion. Provides a summer camp for kids with limb loss/limb difference, ages 10–17, free of charge.
Challenged Athletes Foundation challenged
Seeks to provide opportunities and support to people with physical challenges, so they can pursue active lifestyles through physical fitness and competitive athletics.
City of Houston Adaptive Sports and Recreation
Check out the sports available for youth and adults with mobility constraints. They offer adaptive yoga, wheelchair basketball, adaptive aquatics and more.
Disabled Sports USA
Provides national leadership and opportunities for individuals with disabilities to develop independence, confidence, and fitness by participating in community sports, recreation and education.
I-CAN Children’s Amputee Network
Promotes education, support, information, and empowerment. Extensive mentor program available.
Limbs for Life
Payment assistance for lower limb prosthetic care to amputees who have no other means to pay, including Medicare, insurance coverage or state assistance.
MPI Muilenburg Prosthetics
Helps those with limb loss achieve an improved quality of life with the most appropriate functional prosthesis. New amputees are invited for a pre-surgical visit to learn more about the practice, meet practitioners, and see the prosthetic technology available for each individual’s varied needs.
National Amputation Foundation
Pamphlets about recreational activities for amputees. Listings of support groups, resources, referrals. $25 membership includes bimonthly newsletter, The Amp. Check out the sports available for youth and adults with mobility constraints. They offer adaptive yoga, wheelchair basketball, adaptive aquatics and more.
National Sports Center for Disabilities
Winter and summer programs in Winterpark, CO. Reservations required, prices vary
Self-Improvement Thru Riding Education
Therapeutic riding center that provides physical activities, emotional support, education and recreation to people with disabilities. Prices vary. Locations in Spring and Fort Bend.
Texas Elks Children’s Service Prosthetic Grant Program
Coverage for limbs, hearing aids, telephonic equipment, bracing devices, adaptive/assistive devices for health such as seating, positioning, mobility, and integration equipment. Physician must fill out part of application. Call to locate nearest Elk Lodge to you.