The Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of Texoma empowers people of all ages, incomes and disabilities to make informed decisions about their options for long-term services and supports.
Where We Serve
The ADRC of Texoma aims to promote independence, choice, dignity and quality of life for residents of Bowie, Cass, Cooke, Delta, Fannin, Franklin, Grayson, Hopkins, Lamar, Morris, Red River, and Titus counties.
Who can get help at an ADRC?
- People who are older
- Adults with physical disabilities
- Individuals with intellectual disabilities
- Adults with chronic mental illness
- Adults with substance abuse issues
- Adults with long-term illnesses
- People looking for information about long-term care options
- Veterans, their survivors, and family members
- Healthy adults planning for their futures
- Family and friends providing care and support
- Professionals seeking information
- Anyone with questions about aging or disability services in Texas
Useful affordable housing links
Affordable housing - Housing Tax Credits - Affordable Financing
Homeless Coalitions - HUD Datasets - Affordable Housing Professionals
This webpage was developed under grant CFDA 93.791 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. However, these contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.
Information & Referral Resources
Local Contact Agency (LCA)
Meet the Team
Aging & Disability Resource Center
ADRC Program Manager
Janet Karam is program manager of the Aging and Disability Resource Center, and has been an employee at TCOG since June 2011. She studied art at Austin College, then transferred to UNT where she earned her Bachelor’s in Public Affairs and Community Service, with certificates in applied gerontology and rehabilitation studies.
ADRC Outreach Specialist
Jennifer Weatherford is an AmeriCorps VISTA serving as an Affordable Housing Advocate with the Aging and Disability Resource Center. She was awarded her bachelor’s in anthropology and global health from Arizona State University.
Marsha Wilson is a Navigator for the Aging and Disability Resource Center of Texoma. She graduated from the Nursing Program at Grayson College in 2005 and has been certified by the State of Texas as a Community Health Worker.