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Season for Caring Provides Hope for Family

December 14, 2018

At 51-years-old, Michael Gomez would like nothing more than to provide for his family – like he did back when he ran the receiving dock at Dell Computer. 

“I’m So Glad That She’s Here”

December 5, 2018

“I’ve got a walker, and I cannot take a step without it. Letty is a wonderful help for me.  She does all of the things I can’t do,” says 80-year-old Jean Lunan. Letty is Leticia Moreno, Ms. Lunan’s Meals on Wheels Central Texas In-Home Care attendant.  Three times per week, for three hours each day, Ms. Moreno helps Ms. Lunan with the activities of everyday living.  

Supporters Step Up During Water Crisis

December 5, 2018

Hundreds of generous Central Texans donated to our Bottled Water fundraiser – and that allowed us to purchase enough to bottles quench the thirst of our homebound clients in need.

New Department Takes Deep Dive on Data

December 5, 2018

We live in a data-driven world.  So it’s a good thing our agency has been collecting and evaluating data for years.  And, more importantly, we apply that data to improve the lives and health of the people we serve. Towards that end, we are expanding the role of our Nutrition Services Department and changing its name to the Department of Nutrition, Health and Impact (NHI).

“You Are Our Guardian Angels”

December 5, 2018

"I was a waitress and he was a carpenter. He was one of my favorite customers because he would always leave me a 50 cent tip. Back then, people didn’t leave 50 cent tips for a cup of coffee,” recalls Pam Morgan of how she and her husband, Roy, met 50 years ago.