Since 1977, Helping Restore Ability, a non-profit, licensed home healthcare agency, has been providing services that promote independent living for individuals who might otherwise be confined to nursing homes. Euless native T.J. Griffin, who was paralyzed in 1994 while playing high school football and is currently receiving HRA’s services, voices his concerns that the $15 billion being cut from the state budget could affect his care.
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