Springtown CHOICE

The Springtown CHOICE program is funded by Texas Health Resources, through a grant with United Way of Tarrant County.   CHOICE services are available to residents of zip code 76082 who are at least 55 years of age.

  • Home-delivered meals: Parker County Committee on Aging or Mom's Meals provides 10 frozen meals once every other week. For more information call 817-594-7419 or 817-695-9193.

  •  Program to Encourage Active and Rewarding Lives (PEARLS):  A PEARLS helper/encourager comes to the homes of Springtown residents who feel sad and helps them develop action plans for doing things they enjoy.   For more information call 817-695-9193.

  • Transportation:  The Good NEWS program and Cornerstone Community Church place volunteers with Springtown residents age 55 and over who need rides.  For more information call 817-695-9193.

  • Volunteer services:  Good NEWS volunteers provide companionship and unskilled services for Springtown residents age 65 and over.  Call 817-444-2300 if you need a volunteer or would like to become a Good NEWS volunteer.

  • Access to public benefits:  A benefits specialist with the North Central Texas Aging and Disability Resource Center screens Springtown residents to see if they qualify for Medicaid, Medicare Savings Programs, Medicare Low-Income Subsidies, and in-home services through the State of Texas.  In addition, they'll help fill out applications as needed. For more information call 1-855-937-2372.

Home-delivered meal, transportation, Good NEWS volunteer, and PEARLS services are provided at no charge to eligible residents through December 31, 2020.  There are no income or disability-related requirements.