Community Resources

We are committed to enhancing your experience while living or visiting our city.   We would love to share some of our partners in the community to help anticipate your future needs and work proactively to create the best experience for you.   See below for some great resources within our community. 

Call A Ride of Southlake (CARS)
CARS is a not for profit 501(c)(3) corporation whose purpose is to provide free, non-emergency transportation to Southlake seniors and disabled adult citizens for medical, dental, social, business, shopping and personal needs.

Northeast Transportation Service (NETS)
NETS is a door-to door, demand responsive Para-transit service and is available to any resident or nor-resident of a participating city who is disabled or 65 years of age or older. It may be used for medical appointments, socialization, employment, essential shopping or educational purposes.

Mid-Cities Care Corps
A non-profit organization, supported by churches, civic groups, business and individuals, working together to preserve the independence and well-being of the elderly in Northeast Tarrant County.

Harbor Chase Senior Living
Providing compassionate assisted living in Southlake

Isle at Watermere Assisted Living and Memory Care
Isle at Watermere offers the finest in Assisted Living, along with secure Memory Care services for those with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. 

Silverado Southlake Memory Care Community
Silverado Southlake provides a stimulating assisted environment for those with memory loss or dementia.

Home Care Assistance
Senior care and companionship
Affordable care for loved ones at home giving family the support they need. 

Seniors Helping Seniors
Seniors Helping Seniors is an in-home care service by seniors who give helping hands to make life easier by other seniors. 

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Senior Living Resources
Senior Living is a directory for local and national senior housing and care choices so you can fully enjoy the best years of life.

Mid-Cities Care Corps
Mid-Cities Care Corps is a non-profit organization, supported by churches, civic groups, business and individuals, working together to preserve the independence and well-being of the elderly in Northeast Tarrant County.

National Council on Aging
The National Council on Aging is the first charitable organization in the U.S. to provide a national voice for older Americans and acts as an advocate when dealing with service providers and policymakers.

Widowed Persons Services of Tarrant County
Widowed Persons Services provides grief support groups and special programs for widowed men and women of all ages regardless of race, creed and/or economic status all around Tarrant County.

Tarrant Cares
Tarrant Cares is an online information service for individuals, families, caregivers and agencies. 

Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Texas Health and Human Services aims to protect the elderly, children and people with disabilities from abuse, neglect and exploitation by working with clients, families and communities.

AARP and AARP Smart Driver Course
AARP enhances the quality of life as we age.  AARP also offers a Smart Driver Course to help keep older drivers independent, safe and confident while on the road.