The Area Agency on Aging of Texoma is responsible for the development and coordination of a comprehensive system of services for citizens over the age of 60 and for citizens with a disability residing in Cooke, Fannin, and Grayson Counties in North Texas. All services may now be reached by simply dialing 2-1-1.
The overall goal of the programs for Older Texans is to promote lifelong independence, providing alternatives in long-term care options through a wide variety of services. All programs are funded in part by local contributions from individuals and businesses, foundations support, and funding received from theand a variety of other federal grants.
In Case of Emergency (ICE)
In Case of Emergency (ICE) is a program which enables first responders such as paramedics, firefighters and police, as well as hospital personnel, to contact the next of kin to obtain important medical or support information.
A person can list multiple emergency contacts as “ICE1”, “ICE2”, etc.
Don’t delay, do it now!
Enter emergency contacts in your mobile phone address book and on your refrigerator under the name ICE
Enabling safe and effective transitions of patients between all settings of care, and empowering patients and their families to manage their health. To learn more, please
Aging Services Department Programs
Assists persons 60 years of age and older with the day-to-day complexities of public benefits, including benefit awareness, eligibility determination, application process, and advocacy.Learn More
A coordinated, community-based home care program administered by registered nurses.Learn More
Offers a monthly support group, monthly newsletter and resource center offering information, counseling and material to teach about how to manage caregiver stress in positive ways.Learn More
Provides one-on-one assistance weekly to individuals who qualify for free medications under the Pharmaceutical Assistance Program.Learn More
Provides bill payer and representative payee services to individuals in danger of losing their independence because of their inability to manage their finances.Learn More
Nursing Home Ombudsman
Responsible for monitoring the quality of care for residents in long term care facilities.Learn More
Hot or other appropriate meals served to eligible older individuals.Learn More
Senior volunteers age 55+ who meet certain income eligibility requirements are matched with at-risk children to offer 20 to 40 hours of love, wisdom, and warmth per week.Learn More
Offers an array of volunteer opportunities to individuals over 55 in the three county area.Learn More
Program Meetings & Events
Please visit our calendar or a specific program page to view meetings & events.
Texoma Senior Citizen Foundation
- Mr. Joe Henderson, President
- Mr. William Carey, Secretary / Treas.
- Ms. Deborah Molitor-Adams, Vice President
- Mr. Dan Schores
- Mr. Greg Pittman
- Ms. Bernice Sicking
- Ms. Beth Williams
- Ms. Della Turner
- Ms. Georgia Richardson
Texoma Regional Advisory Council
- Mr. Harold Wright, Secretary / Treas.,
- Ms. Beth Williams, Vice President, American Bank of Texas
- Ms. Deborah Molitor-Adams, President, Whitesboro/Pilot Point Home Health, Inc.
- Mr. Al Richmond,
- Mr. Dan Schores,
- Mr. David Cortinas, United Way of Grayson County
- Mr. Greg Pittman, Tri-County Senior Nutrition Project, Inc.
- Mr. Joe Henderson,
- Mr. William Carey,
- Mrs. Angie Hare, United Way of Cooke County
- Ms. Barbara Reeves, TAPS
- Ms. Bernice Sicking,
- Ms. Cathy Perkins, Greater Texoma Health Clinic
- Ms. Cheryl Brandon, Texas Health Presbyterian – WNJ Regional
- Ms. Della Turner,
- Ms. Gail Reid,
- Ms. Georgia Richardson, Texoma MAP
- Ms. Joyce White, Texas AgriLife Extension Service
- Ms. Kate Corder, Center for Workplace Learning, Grayson College
- Ms. Maurine Gross, Texas Silver Haired Legislature
- Ms. Phyllis Loe, Advantx Home Care
- Ms. Tina McDaniel, VA North Texas Health System
- Susan B. Thomas, PhD, Texoma Council of Governments