Aging and Disability Resource Center of Tarrant County (ADRC) | Advocacy information provided by: Tarrant County 211

Assists people with disabilities of all ages, as well as older adults, caregivers and families who have multiple needs requiring multiple services. Specially-trained resource coaches screen for short-and long-term eligibility for state and local services. Help develop plans to meet needs by connecting to the right resources. In addition, the ADRC provides professional and community trainings and houses a resource library with books, tapes, videos and brochures on topics related to aging, disability and caregiving. The ADRC can provide screening and access to respite programs, caregiver support and education programs, attendant care services, in-home care programs, healthy aging programs as well as access to benefits assistance. Also maintains listing of housing for seniors and/or disabled.

Area(s) Served:

None for ADRC services

Application Process:
By phone or in person (walk-ins are welcome)

Eligibility Requirements:

Documents Required:
Call for information

Other Requirements:
Open to community but access to certain services are specific to individuals with a disability (physical, mental health or MR/IDD), to older adults 60+ and to their family and caregivers

Record last updated: 11/24/2015
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