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Aging Resources

Brazos Valley

Brazos Valley Center for Independent Livingbvcil.org

  • BVCIL is a consumer-based, consumer-controlled, cross-disability, cross-cultural, non-residential, private nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose mission is to promote the full inclusion and participation of individuals with disabilities in all aspects of community life.

Brazos Valley Community Action Programs capbv.org

  • Affordable Housing, Case Management, Meals on Wheels, and Utility Assistance

Elder-Aid – elderaidbcs.org

  • Emergency financial assistance, home repairs, medical transportation, assistance with housekeeping, yard work, affordable housing

Texas A&M Center for Population Health and Agingcpha.tamhsc.edu

Rock Prairie Behavioral Health rockprairiebh.com/seniors

  • Rock Prairie offers two separate therapeutic 16-bed senior adult units addressing the needs of seniors with psychiatric challenges including depression, bipolar disorder, psychosis and co-occurring disorders. Symptoms can also include behaviors complicated by memory care challenges.

The 2017 B/CS Eagle Senior Resource Guide – link

Veterans Services, by county:

Bryan College Station Community Based Outpatient Clinic – 979-680-0361

Texas

Texas Abuse/Neglect Hotline – 1-800-252-5400 or www.txabusehotline.org
Call to report the abuse, neglect, or exploitation of the elderly, people with disabilities, or children.

Texas Health & Human Serviceshhs.texas.gov

Texas Department of Insurancetdi.texas.gov

The South Central Pension Rights Project (SCPRP)southcentralpension.org
Provides regional pension counseling and information services 1-800-443-2528

National

Social Security AdministrationSSA.gov

MedicareMedicare.gov

U.S. Department of Veterans AffairsVA.gov

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid ServicesCMS.gov