Area Organizations

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Area Resources

Drive a Senior

Drive a Senior provides free transportation to seniors in Pflugerville, Round Rock, North Austin and parts of Hutto with van service to specific grocery shopping destinations every week including HEB and Wal-Mart locations. The service assists seniors with getting to and from medical appointments. Sign up or make a reservation through

Drive a senior also offers social events and activities.

Area Agency on Aging of the Capital Area

The Area Agency on Aging of the Capital Area provides quality services to support and advocate for the health, safety and well-being of older adults in the 10-county region. Visit them online.

Travis County Voter Assistance

The Travis County Clerk’s Office is committed to creating a "safe haven" for voters so that they can exercise their right to vote in a polling place with a non-intimidating, supportive environment. They believe in making all polling places fully accessible and in seeking input from the community to assure that accessibility. They can assist with ballots by mail, which is a service available to registered voters who are 65 years of age or older, sick, or disabled. Voters with a disability may apply for a permanent photo ID exemption. For more information, visit the Travis County Clerk online or call (512) 238-VOTE.

Texas Department of Insurance

This government organization can answer general insurance questions, provide information on filing an insurance-related complaint, and takes reports of suspected insurance fraud. Visit them online or call 1-800-252-3439.

Lifetime Learning Institute

For 39 years the Lifetime Learning Institute has provided non-credit classes to adults 50 years of age and over in Austin. For a class schedule, stop by the library or visit them online.