Austin Free Net | Connecting Seniors

Austin Free Net provides technology training and access to the community, fostering skills that enable people to succeed in a digital age.

Helping the Aging, Needy, and Disabled (H.A.N.D.) | Mobile Transportation

HAND provides rides to seniors and those who are disabled who are unable to drive themselves and use (or afford to use) other forms of public or private transportation.

Austin Groups for the Elderly (AGE) | East Austin Sr. Assistance

AGE of Central Texas is a regional nonprofit organization that provides education and support to people all along the spectrum of growing older.  AGE provides education, advocacy, and support to empower the community to access resources that protect and improve the quality of life for everyone along the aging spectrum.

Interfaith Action of Central Texas | Hands on Housing
Hands on Housing utilizes volunteers and skilled professionals to repair and revitalize the homes of senior citizens and disabled homeowners who are living in deep poverty.
Austin Groups for the Elderly (AGE) | Early Memory Loss Program

AGE provides education, advocacy and support to empower the community to access resources that protect and improve the quality of life for everyone along the aging spectrum. This program is directed towards support for socio-economically disadvantaged seiors with a diagnosis of early-stage Alzheimer's disease or dementia.

Mobile Art Program | Mobile Art for Seniors

MAP was organized because of the need for art-based activities for seniors to help reduce anxiety, build self-esteem and develop social skills. The mission is to deliver art activities to seniors and individuals with limited mobility.

Badgerdog Literary Publishing | Silver Voices in Ink
Silver Voices in Ink is an 8-week creative writing workshop series for adults ages 50 and older. Participants learn professional writing skills while reaping significant gains in self-esteem, emotional and mental health, independence, and self-worth.
RBJ Senior Center | Social Service Support

The RBJ Senior Center is an independent living center for seniors aged 62 years or older and adults living with disabilities. RBJ is a mixed income community.

Drive A Senior

Drive a Senior matches volunteer drivers with seniors needing a way to get around Austin, Manor & Del Valle.

Redemptive Work | Redeeming Sustainability

The mission of RW is to make sustainable living a possibility for displaced or traditionally unemployable persons. Redemptive work provides clients with credit management skills training, coaching in personal agency and workplace culture, and pastoral counseling.

Family Eldercare | Aging in Place Initiative
Family Eldercare provides services to over 5,000 people a year. This program provides case management and coordination services to clients including: in-home care, bill pay assistance, shelter programs, and information on benefit programs.
Samaritan Center | Healthy Aging Program

Healthy Aging is an outreach program providing home-based counseling to seniors with limited mobility. It provides counseling for depression, abuse, grief and loss, family discord and many other problems that threaten seniors' mental health and quality of life.

Helping the Aging, Needy, and Disabled | Services for the Elderly
Services for the Elderly enhances the dignity and independence of the elderly by providing compassionate, quality care. It provides Personal Assistance services which are provided by agency attendants in the client's home.
Welcome Table, Inc. | Mental Health Services

Welcome Table provides outreach programs for low income families. This specific program offers mental health counseling services to seniors in one-on-one sessions as well as in group support.