Community Care Options
for Non-Medicaid Nursing Home Residents
Are you thinking about going home?
You’ve spent some time in a nursing home and are thinking about going back to the community—maybe to live on your own, with family, or an assisted living facility. You want to be more independent but will need some help. It can be a little overwhelming, figuring out what community-based services are available and which ones are best for you. Fortunately, there are people who can help. Through the Tarrant County Aging and Disability Resource Center, you can talk to an Options Counselor who can help you find resources you may need to successfully return to community living. Our Options Counselors are familiar with in-home programs, community-based services and supports, and funding sources. If you are a non-Medicaid nursing home resident and want to explore your options, please give us a call at 1-855-YES-ADRC (1-855-937-2372) and we will be happy to help.
What services may be available?
Medicare home health
Veteran’s Aid and Attendance
Community Care for the Aged and Disabled
Area Agency on Aging services
How do I reach an Options Counselor"?
In Tarrant County, call 1-855-YES-ADRC (1-855-937-2372) to reach an Options Counselor.
How much does options counseling cost?
We provide information and advice at no charge to callers, through a grant from Texas Health and Human Services.
Who provides options counseling?
Options counseling services are provided by the Aging and Disability Resource Center of Tarrant County, under the leadership of Tarrant County MHMR. The Aging and Disability Resource Centers are inter-agency collaborations of not-for-profit human services agencies.
For more information, or to inquire about additional community care resources, please find the below contact information:
helen masters, B.S., CIRS-A/D
service coordinator, options counselor