Welcome to the North Central Texas Aging and Disability Resource Center

The North Central Texas Aging and Disability Resource Center (NCTADRC) is an inter-agency initiative, funded by a special grant from the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services, and supported by a number of lead and partner agencies. The NCTADRC offers services to professionals, caregivers, and persons with disabilities in fourteen counties in North Central Texas.

Lead agencies which serve on the NCTADRC steering committee include the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services’ Regional Local Services, the North Central Texas Area Agency on Aging, United Way of Hood County, United Way of Denton County, REACH Resource Centers on Independent Living, LifePath Systems, Denton County MHMR, and Pecan Valley MHMR.


Benefits Enrollment Center


The Benefits Enrollment Center has been established through a grant awarded by the National Council on Aging

The ADRC has a new way to help you with health care, drug, food and utility costs. Staff at our new Benefits Enrollment Center can submit applications for you if you meet the requirements for one or more of the following programs.

  • Medicare Savings Programs (MSPs)
  • Medicare Part D Extra Help (EH)
  • SNAP food assistance
  • LIHEAP/CEAP utility assistance
  • SSI/Medicaid
  • Programs for prescription help, tax relief or respite care

You may qualify if you have limited income and you are on Medicare or have a disability.

There is no cost to apply. Call us at 1-800-272-3921, ext. 7364 or 7687, or email us at benefits@nctcog.org.


The NCTADRC has more than 50 partner agencies. Although the terms of partnership vary, each partner agency designates at least one staff person who agrees to serve as a resource to professionals or consumers who need human services. In addition, partner agencies may help conduct or participate in training and promote ADRC events.

The NCTADRC serves the following counties in North Central Texas. Each county has a local project coordinator who maintains distribution lists and works with local agencies to implement ADRC activities. Click on the county name to learn more about local projects in each county.