The mission of the Houston Area Parkinson Society is to improve the quality of life for those affected by Parkinson's disease through services, education and advocacy.
  • Anna

    Anna

    "We are doing the Argentine tango, and it's really a lot of fun. I got to learn how to turn and did a little bit of foot work, and I really, really truly enjoy that. That's my favorite."
  • Jennifer

    Jennifer

    "I get to take my mom to dance every week. To have something fun and normal has been such a blessing to us."
  • Roger

    Roger

    "The continuing education about Parkinson's has made me aware of how to manage my disease."
  • Margaret

    Margaret

    "Friendship is the most significant thing I have gained though my experience with HAPS. We have happy meetings and understand each other and enjoy ourselves."
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RFAR Logo 4CHAPS has officially been accepted to the 2018 Run for a Reason (RFAR) program in the 2018 Chevron Houston Marathon! 

This year, HAPS will bring back the popular superhero theme with heroes never before seen, offer new and exciting fundraising incentives and much more!

Click here to read more about how you can get involved in this year's event...


Therapeutic Programs

exercise & support groups

Therapeutic Programs

Exercise, speech, yoga, tai chi, music, water, dance and various support groups are available free of charge.

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Social Services

case management & more

Social Services

Transportation, respite and emergency financial aid are among the many services offered.

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Education

information & program

Education

HAPS provides numerous programs to educate and raise awareness about Parkinson's disease.

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Support HAPS

you make the difference

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HAPS depends on the generosity of the community to continue to provide much needed services.

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Videos

I CAN

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I AM THE FACE OF PARKINSON'S

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CHANGING the face of PARKINSON'S

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