Prevent Blindness Texas partners with Vision Service Plan, Luxottica Group Foundation, providing free eye exams and/or eyeglasses to those adults and children who otherwise could not afford them. Through strategic partnerships, we are able to connect the people we serve to appropriate eye care.
To find out more information about our Eye Care Referral Services, please select a program below:
The "Sight for Students" Program is VSP Vision Care’s national charity program that provides FREE EYE EXAMS AND EYEGLASSES, when prescribed, to those children who qualify. Last year, Prevent Blindness Texas helped 938 children received a comprehensive eye exam and corrective lenses, if needed, through the "Sight for Students" Program.
In order for a child to qualify for the program, there are certain eligibility criteria that must be met. If the child is eligible, Prevent Blindness Texas will issue a "Sight for Students" gift certificate along with a list of VSP doctors in the area. All VSP doctors accept "Sight for Students" gift certificates, so the family can pick the doctor that's right for their child.
To apply for services, please download and submit the completed application listed below to your nearest Prevent Blindness Texas office:
Prevent Blindness America has partnered with OneSight, a Luxottica Group Foundation, dedicated to improving vision through outreach, research and education. The "Healthy Eyes Eyeglass Program" serves as a referral system for those individuals who do not qualify for related social services and provides eyeglasses only to those clients who qualify.
In order to qualify for the program, there are certain eligibility criteria that must be met. To apply for services, submit the completed application form along with a copy of your current eye prescription that must be less than one year old. Incomplete applications will not be processed. Please allow 3-6 weeks to process your application.
To apply for services, download and submit the completed application listed below to Prevent Blindness Texas:
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