Senior Adult Resources and Support
- Check your Medicaid resources
- Check your Medicare resources
- Check your Social Security resources
Look up NETWORK PROVIDERS for your Advantage Plan
- AETNA Advantage Plans
- Blue Cross Blue Shield Advantage Plans
- Humana Advantage Plans
- Prominence Advantage Plans
- UnitedHealthcare Advantage Plans
- Wellcare Advantage Plans
Information for Seniors and Caregivers
- Senior Ambassadors Coalition
Join a group of members who meet monthly to improve access to and availability of resources and services for senior adults and caregivers. Their mission is to enhance the dignity, respect, and quality of life for area seniors.
- Report Elder Abuse
Call Adult Protective Services at
A source to report people age 65 or older or 18-65 who have disabilities that you observe being abused, neglected, or exploited.
- Texas Legal Services Center
A Legal Hotline for Texans who are sixty years of age or older or who are Medicare beneficiaries. Individuals can receive free self-help legal advice and referrals from a licensed attorney.
- Free Cancer Screening
Fighting Colorectal Cancer in the Panhandle, Get Fit Stay F.I.T. offers free colon cancer screenings. A program of Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at Amarillo.
- Texas Veterans Legal Assistance Project
Low-income Veterans and their families can receive self-help legal advice and referrals from a licensed attorney.
- Crime Victim Civil Legal Services (VICARS)
Supports victims of violent crime (such as assault, physical abuse, sexual assault, rape, human trafficking, and homicide) and victims of identity theft, by offering free legal services and referrals. Assists with crime victim compensation claims, helps victims understand their rights and responsibilities, and provides a toolkit for victims to recover from identity theft.
- Texas Kincare Taskforce
Provides legal assistance to relative caregivers throughout the state to relative caregivers. Grandparents, aunts, uncles, and older siblings who are raising minor children (neither parent being in the home) to appropriate resources for ongoing assistance.
- Texas Health Law Program
Serving low-income Texans with solutions to problems of access to and payment for healthcare including Medicare, Medicaid, and the Affordable Care Act (Obama Care).
- Understanding Dementia Behaviors
A guide that will cover how to respond to many common dementia behaviors, how to improve your communication with those who have dementia, and where to look for more information on dementia.