Health and Human Services
Ensuring local access to community support and services for older adults, people with disabilities and caregivers.
In partnership with the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, each of the state’s 24 regional councils assists in ensuring Texas’ most vulnerable populations receive the highest quality of services at the local level. These important programs include, but are not limited to, aging services and referral services for Texans of all ages, incomes and disabilities.
Working with the Texas Health and Human Services System, regional councils and area agencies on aging in Texas provide needed services to older Texans. Many regional councils and area agencies on aging have developed innovative and valuable programs, which enables the protection of one of the state’s most vulnerable populations. Read more
Hosted by the Texas Association of Area Agencies on Aging (T4A), Texas Health and Human Services System (HHS) and the Texas Association of Regional Councils (TARC), the Aging in Texas Conference (AiTC) is an annual professional development opportunity for senior care providers and advocates throughout the State of Texas. Read more
Regional councils and partner organizations collaborate and coordinate with state officials to provide assistance and a central location for all Texans to locate available services. ADRCs serve as a important resource to the communities they serve. Read more