Professionals & Advocates
How can I do business with North Central Texas Area Agency on Aging?
North Central Texas Area Agency on Aging enters into a number of agreements for nutrition, transportation, caregiver, and other support services. Agreement periods of performance vary, from one year to five years. For more information, see Subrecipient and Contractor Opportunities. To register as a vendor and receive notice of solicitations, visit NCTCOG's Vendor Information page.
Where is your office?
North Central Texas Area Agency on Aging is located at the North Central Texas Council of Governments, 616 Six Flags Drive, in Arlington. For a map and driving directions, click here.
How is the agency funded?
North Central Texas Area Agency on Aging receives federal funds from the Administration for Community Living (ACL), state funds from the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC), and local funds from the counties within its service area. In addition, its programs are supported by client contributions.
Who oversees the agency’s work?
North Central Texas Area Agency on Aging is a program of the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) and, as such, is governed by NCTCOG’s Executive Board. It receives strategic direction from the Regional Aging Advisory Committee. In addition, it reports to the Texas Heath and Human Services Commission as its primary funding source.
What are the agency's strategic priorities?
North Central Texas Area Agency on Aging details its strategic priorities in multi-year area plans, as required by the Older Americans Act. The plans must be approved by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, under its authority as the State Unit on Aging.
The agency is operating under an area plan for Fiscal Years 2021 - 2023, which has been approved by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC). It has submitted its area plan for Fiscal Years 2024-2026, which is pending approval by (HHSC).
Doni Green, Director of Aging