Volunteer ombudsmen help people living in nursing homes and assisted living facilities resolve concerns. They are trained problem-solvers who help ensure residents’ rights and choices are respected. Learn more about the Long-term Care Ombudsman.
Be a trained volunteer who helps people age 60 and older and people with disabilities who qualify for Medicare understand their benefits, entitlements and legal rights. Learn more about Benefits Counselors.
Make your health a habit with the free resources and tools available through Texercise. Want to help others get healthy? Texercise has programs that you can implement in your community to help others enjoy the gift of health. Learn more about Texercise.
Age Well Live Well communities
Aging is natural, aging well takes effort. Age Well Live Well communities bring community leaders and citizens together to provide programs and resources that help Texans age and live their very best. Learn more about Age Well Live Well communities.
Aktion Clubs bring together adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and local Kiwanis clubs members to create service clubs at the state supported living centers. Learn more about Aktion Clubs.
Girl Scouts can earn the Silver Lining badge by connecting and doing projects with people living in nursing homes, assisted living facilities and state supported living centers. Learn more about Silver Lining.
"Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth."