Access of Tarrant County
Tarrant County ACCESS Provides the Safety Network and Other Programs to Assist in the Provision of Services to People in Need.
Tarrant County ACCESS
6924 Glenview Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76180
Alzheimer’s Association of Tarrant County
The Alzheimer’s Association will provide books and tapes at all of the public library branches about Alzheimer’s disease and ways of coping. For more information, call 817-336-4949.
Guardianship Services Inc.
Recruits, screens and trains volunteers to serve as court-appointed guardians for vulnerable adults in Tarrant County. Technical assistance and ongoing support provided for volunteer guardians.
603 W. Magnolia, Suite 205
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
Mailing address: P.O. Box 11481, Fort Worth, Texas 76110
Phone number: 817.921.0499 Fax number: 817.921.0680
Mental Health Association of Tarrant County
Provides education, information and referral, advocacy
and peer support related to mental health issues. Nursing home and assisted-living ombudsman program.
3136 W. Fourth Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107
Senior Citizen Services of Greater Tarrant County Inc.
Senior services network promoting dignity and independence, health and well-being via nutrition, health/fitness programs, volunteer services, recreation, and information/referral on benefits and aging issues.
1000 Macon Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102
Tarrant Council on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse
Serves our community through substance abuse education, case management, assessment, referral, intervention, prevention, and a
1701 West Freeway, #1, Fort Worth, TX 76102
United Way of Metropolitan Tarrant County
United Way meets existing and emerging human needs by developing and distributing resources and working with volunteers, agencies, and other community entities to create a healthier community.