Caring for a loved one takes strength. Learn about ways to care for yourself while strengthening the support you provide as a caregiver.

Support for Caregivers

In Texas, about one in five people are caregivers. If you are a caregiver, know that you are not alone and there are resources available to help you and your family. Use this page to learn what a caregiver is, how to take time for yourself, prepare for present and future needs, and to seek supportive services as they are needed.

Family caregivers may provide support to a person with physical, behavioral or medical conditions. They also may help a loved one with their activities of daily living, like bathing, eating, dressing and hygiene. Caregiving can be demanding and exhausting, but also tremendously rewarding.

Caregiver Self-Care

Support your mental health wellness with resources to take a scheduled break, find peer support or learn of other ways to connect with support.

Training & Planning

Trainings to help you strengthen the care you provide to your loved one now and resources to help plan for the future.

Support & Resources

A range of supportive services for caregivers and care recipients, including resources for specific populations.