319 Runnels St.
Big Spring, TX 79720




Call: 1-855-937-2372


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West Texas ADRC

The Aging and Disability Resource Center is the first place for an individual seeking information or resources surrounding long-term care services for older adults and individuals with developmental disabilities. We can assist with appropriate referrals to other agencies based on customer needs or requests.  We have trained staff who can assist via telephone or in-person.  We can also help you complete the forms to apply for needed services.  We are located at 319 Runnels St.; Big Spring, TX.  You can contact the main telephone number at 1-855-937-2372 at which time you will be forwarded to the local ADRC office.  You can also contact our office directly at 1-800-687-0135. 

 

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Reluctant Care Recipient

Families hire home care to provide respite and quality care for seniors, but what is a caregiver to do when their loved one refuses to cooperate with this new addition to their care plan. With so much focus on giving care, articles everywhere about the joys of caregiving and the emotional reward that can come from caring for our aging parents, how do family and professional caregivers overcome to obstacles of helping those in need who are not happy and grateful about it? More...

Substance Abuse & Mental Health

When you have both a substance abuse problem and a mental health issue such as depression, bipolar disorder, or anxiety, it is called a co-occurring disorder or dual diagnosis. Dealing with substance abuse, alcoholism or drug addiction is never easy, and it’s even more difficult when you’re also struggling with mental health problems. But there is hope. More...

Cataracts

Don’t chalk up changes in your vision to just getting older. If the world is starting to look a little hazy, you could be getting cataracts. Simply put, it means your eye’s lens is clouding over. This condition usually affects people 60 or older, but anyone can get it. And you can have it in both eyes. Some cataracts may not need to be treated. But for others, you’ll need surgery to get your eyesight back to normal. More...

Scleroderma

Scleroderma (skleer-oh-DUR-muh) is a group of rare diseases that involve the hardening and tightening of the skin and connective tissues – the fibers that provide the framework and support for your body. More...

 
 

Money Follows the Person - Non-Medicaid Nursing Home Relocation
An overview of non-Medicaid Nursing Home Relocation Services available through Money Follows the Person. More...


State of Texas Emergency Assistance Registry (STEAR)
Important information about emergency preparedness in Texas More...


Extra Help - Low Income Subsidy
Have Medicare? Prescription drugs putting your budget in a bind? You may qualify for Extra Help! More...


Medicare Savings Programs
Get help with your out-of-pocket Medicare costs. Medicare savings programs could be just what you need. More...