ABOUT OUR BUSINESS
Mid-Cities Care Corps is a non-profit organization established in 1981 with a mission “to preserve the independence and well-being of our senior neighbors in Northeast Tarrant County”. Our three programs are Transportation, Helping Hands, and Social Outreach. Transportation programs HELP seniors by taking them to routine medical appointments and quality-of-life drives such as to the grocery store, pharmacy, bank, hair salon, or anywhere they may need to go. We provide grocery shopping and grocery and prescription pick-up and delivery. Our Helping Hands programs provide HOPE to seniors by helping them be able to stay in their homes as long as they want.
Our volunteers complete minor home repairs, construct wheelchair ramps, install safety grab bars and handrails, and perform annual home safety checks. We help seniors deal with more difficult repairs by utilizing certified technicians such as plumbers, HVAC specialists, and arborists. The Adopt-A-Lawn program maintains clients’ yards during growing season and coordinates church and youth group service days with clients. Our Social Outreach programs provide HEALING by helping break the isolation that impacts so many seniors.
Our programs enable seniors to stay connected with others through monthly events, Phone Friends, Visiting Friends, and Holiday Outreach food and gift baskets.
Our services are provided free of charge by caring volunteers to seniors 65 or older or 60+ with a disability who live in 11 communities including Bedford, Colleyville, Euless, Grapevine, Haltom City, Hurst, Keller, North Richland Hills, Richland Hills, Southlake, and Watauga.