Senior Resources for Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas Seniors and Active Adults 

Celebration Senior Magazine

Celebration Magazine is a FREE entertainment magazine for active adults and seniors in the Dallas/Fort Worth Texas area. Find events, activities, educational programs, health and fitness, interesting articles and a lot of fun in Celebration Magazine. 

Subscribe to Celebration Senior Magazine and get your FREE copy delivered to your home or pick one up at your local senior center, independent retirement community, select Tom Thumb, Albertson's, Whole Foods and Market Street Grocery stores. 

Join Celebration Senior Travel for group travel adventures and let Celebration do the work....and you have the fun! 

1341 W. MockingBird Ln, Suite 1000, West Tower - Dallas, TX 75247

Since its founding in 1940, the Community Council has identified services that are needed in the community, assessed how best services could be delivered to meet social issues, and mobilized and implemented action plans working in concert with its member agencies and public sector resources.

Pervasive issues over time have included juvenile delinquency and welfare; seniors; public health; daycare; and legislative advocacy. The Community Council met these challenges through fact-based research, deploying volunteers, incubating new services and agencies, expanding government programs where appropriate, convening collaborative work and delivering selected direct services.

The Community Council’s research and action plans resulted in the incubation and birth of new social services including:

· Dallas Family Court
· Dallas County Juvenile Department
· Dallas Area Agency on Aging
· Dallas Community Action Agency
· Greater Dallas Community Relations Commission
· Head Start of Greater Dallas
· Callier Speech and Hearing Center
· Volunteer Center of North Texas
· Martin Luther King Center
· Community Dental Care
· Dallas Association of Services to the Homeless
· The Concilio
· Lemmon Avenue Bridge
· Youth and Family Centers
· The Gleaning Network

Phone: 512.415.0567

Elder Options of Texas is an online directory for seniors, children with aging parents, and caregivers.

Elder Options of Texas is your one-stop-shop for finding Texas senior care, health care professionals, senior living communities, elder law attorneys, nursing homes, memory care, 55 plus apartments... and so much more!! Listed below are links to the products, services and senior care/housing options featured on our site. You can also find what you're looking for under the navigation tabs at the top or by a specific Texas region.

Meals on Wheels

Dallas County: 1440 W Mockingbird Ln, Dallas, TX 75247 

Phone: (214) 689-2639


Collin County: 600 N Tennessee St, McKinney, TX 75069 

Phone: (972) 562-6996

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Help your clients/patients find what they need with our easy to use tools. Find exactly what you are looking for, save your most used searches, save lists of communities & providers fitting specific needs, share your findings & more!

Retirement Living Information Center

19 Ledgewood RoadRedding, CT 06896

Tel: (203) 938-0417Fax: (203) 664-1479, operated by the Retirement Living Information Center, is a convenient, easy-to-use resource designed to assist individuals in planning and making decisions about their retirement.  The information offered is of particular value when deciding whether or not to move, and if so, finding the right location, lifestyle and housing opportunity.

Our Web site provides access to an array of resource materials, including reports on great places to retire, tax information on each state, monthly reports on new retirement communities, an online newsletter, books and online publications, a guide to state aging agencies, access to information about special assistive products and services, and links to online stores.  Additional resources are added when appropriate.

Retirement Living Information Center, Inc.

Seniors Blue Book Dallas

Phone: (972) 382-9900

The Seniors Blue Book was first published in 1983 by Clifton Chadwick. At the time Cliff was 69 years old and enjoying his retirement when his wife experienced a debilitating stroke. Cliff became her full-time caregiver, a job he cherished, but he was distraught that there was no place to turn for a comprehensive list of resources and services. It was from the love for his wife and commitment to his community that the Seniors Blue Book was born.

It wasn’t until fifteen years later in 1997, when Cliff was 83 years old, that Gil & Marion Hersch crossed paths with Cliff and the Seniors Blue Book. With a history in publishing and Gerontology Gil & Marion were very impressed with the publication Cliff had nurtured along and wanted to become a part of it. After Cliff was certain that Gil & Marion had enough integrity to take over the guide and keep intact the many free listings and helpful editorials that he had published, Gil & Marion took over the Seniors Blue Book and soon joined forces with their children Oliver & Samantha. was launched soon after their arrival in 1999.

The Senior Source

3910 Harry Hines Boulevard Dallas, Texas 75219


Hours of operation:
Mon - Fri, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Our Mission
The mission of The Senior Source is to improve the quality of life of older adults in the greater Dallas area through protection, eldercare, financial security, advocacy, volunteerism, and employment servic

Since 1961, The Senior Source has served greater Dallas as the go-to nonprofit for aging services.  We assist older adults at all income levels from the most active to the very frail. People come to us for help with job searches, nursing home advocacy, money management, volunteer opportunities and counseling on any aging issue. The Senior Source is a United Way service provider. 

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