Texas Caregiver Resource Centers (CRCs)
Aging & Disability Resource Center
It can be confusing to find help for older adults and people with disabilities. Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs) are part of the No Wrong Door system, which is designed to streamline public access to long-term services and supports (LTSS). ADRCs serve as a key point of access to person centered LTSS specialized information, referral and assistance and provide one-stop access to information for people who need help finding LTSS.
ADRCs help cut through the confusing maze of funding sources, multiple intake systems, and eligibility processes. ADRCs provide help to people in all 254 counties in the state.
The Conversation Project Starter Kit
An organization dedicated to helping people talk about their wishes for end of life care.
Kitchen Table Conversations
A Texas based resource for workshops and other information about how to decide, discuss and document your end of life wishes.
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization
Assistance for professionals on how to engage your patients in advance care planning.
Providing help for organizations and communities to implement evidence-based, sustainable system for advance care planning.
Serious Illness Care
An approach and program developed by Ariadne Labs to help physicians and care providers with end of life conversations.
A digital advance care planning platform for storing and providing access to your completed plans.
A digital storage site dedicated to helping you discover, share and store your end-of-life preferences.
National POLST Program
Helpful information about use of conversations in states across the country.
A company creating technology solutions to retain and share advance care plans across care sites for patients.
The GIFT Program – One Texas hospice’s approach to growing the effort to complete advance directives.
Care and Prepare: This North Texas organization is driven to stimulate end of life conversations through education.
The Texas Health and Human Services
The Texas Health and Human Services is a Texas state department that oversees the execution of the Older Americans Act. It is headquartered in Austin Texas.
I’m looking for long-term care services, and I want to know what my options are.
Call 2-1-1, our hotline service for people looking to get help and find the services they need.
Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs) can help you find and apply for long-term care programs for seniors and people with disabilities.
Texas Health Information, Counseling and Advocacy Program can help you find information and enroll in Medicare, Medicaid, and long-term care.
Area Agencies on Aging (AAA) can help you find services for people age 60 and older and their family members and caregivers.