Austin Lighthouse

Travis Association for the Blind

Changing Lives

For members of Austin’s blind and visually impaired community, independence starts here. From access to tools and training, to employment coaching and opportunities, we strive to help provide you with the support you need.

The austin lighthouse building

Who We Are

Austin Lighthouse,
also known as Travis Association for
the Blind, is a nonprofit organization.

Five vision impaired people at the capitol in austin texas

Who We Serve

We help serve the needs of blind, visually impaired and deafblind individuals in Central Texas.

Hector Molina and Will Grantham training in warehouse

How We Serve

We help people build their independence through skills training, education, and employment opportunities.

Reach Out to Us

If you would like additional information or have any questions, please complete this form or call us at 512-442-2329.

Meet Our Family

Impacting the Austin Community Since 1934



Current blind, visually impaired
and deafblind employees



People provided with technology
& vocational training



Unique training
and support programs

Our Partners

We are partnered with AbilityOne and the National Industries for the Blind as well as other programs and partners to provide service, support, and employment opportunities to blind and visually impaired citizens in Travis county and surrounding areas.

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National Industries for the Blind Logo
National Association for the Employment of People Who Are Blind Logo
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Work Quest Logo
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Yvonne Guzman

Working here has forced me to step out of my comfort zone several times. I’ve learned that I enjoy helping people and helping them feel good about themselves when they realize as a blind person that they can also be employed and live a full life.

Jennifer M. Han

My aunt used to live in Houston and work for a Lighthouse there. She was born without sight and went to the Mississippi School for the Deaf and Blind. I appreciate all that your company does.