In Texas the lead agency promoting and coordinating ADRCs is the Texas Health and Human Services. There are currently 22 ADRCs throughout Texas assisting about 70% of the population.
To learn more about ADRCs in Texas visit this website.
To find a listing of all of the ADRCs and their service areas please visit this website.
ADRC STATE ADVISORY COMMITTEE
There also is an ADRC State Advisory Committee made up of members representing key stakeholders and organizations within Texas. This group typically meets quarterly in Austin. To find member organizations and minutes from their meetings please click here.
BALANCING INCENTIVE PROGRAM
Due to a major initiative called the Balancing Incentives Program (BIP) ADRCs will be:
- Expanding to statewide coverage
- Be accessible through a single telephone number
- Will be a key player with other state agencies implementing a “No Wrong Door” access point
To learn more about BIP please click here.
To read about the TX Health and Human Services “BIP workplan” click here.