Come to our Center for more information about programs and services in our area. We refer to many agencies and programs in addition to the following:

West Rural Travis County Advisory Committee

The West Rural Travis County Advisory Committee is a non-profit run by volunteers that supports the Travis County Community Center in Oak Hill. The Advisory Committee was founded in the 1980s and received Texas Certificate of Incorporation Number 1373895-01 on October 25th 1995.

The mission of the West Rural Travis County Advisory Committee is to promote, support and enhance Travis County Community Center at Oak Hill. The Committee meets at the Center on the following dates and times to plan special events and coordinate support to clients of the Community Center.

The Committee meets quarterly in March, June, September and December. Call Jane Prince MacLean, Center Administrator for more information or upcoming meeting dates at 512-854-4143. All meetings are open and interested persons are welcome to attend.

Central Health

1111 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, Texas 78702 (Map)

Phone: (512) 978-8130

Central Health works to develop and maintain a network of health care services by identifying and prioritizing the community's needs and meeting those needs in the most effective and efficient ways possible. Rather than directly providing health care services, Central Health has developed a unique approach of contracting with a variety of providers to meet the health care needs of eligible residents.


4800 N. Lamar Blvd., Austin, Texas 78756 (Map)

Phone: 1 (800) 628-5115

The Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (DARS) administers programs that ensure Texas is a state where people with disabilities, and children who have developmental delays, enjoy the same opportunities as other Texans to live independent and productive lives.

Department of Family and Protective Services

14000 Summit Dr, Austin, Texas 78728 (Map)

Phone: (512) 834-3301

The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) works with communities to protect children, the elderly, and people with disabilities from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. It also works to protect the health and safety of children in daycare, as well as foster care and other types of 24-hour care. We do this through investigations, services and referrals, regulation, and prevention programs. DFPS has four major programs that do this important work.

Family Eldercare

1700 Rutherford Ln, Austin, Texas 78754 (Map)

Phone: (512) 450-0844

Guided by the vision that seniors and adults with disabilities should live in a supportive community with dignity and as much independence as possible, Family Eldercare provides essential services to seniors, adults with disabilities and caregivers.

Goodwill Job Source Program

(Various locations around Austin)

Goodwill's Job Source programs are designed to help individuals with barriers or disabilities find employment through basic job-related services. Goodwill's Placement Specialists and Case Managers will put together a customized plan of services for each Job Source participant and continue to work with each individual through retention once they are working.


(Various locations around Austin)

Lifeworks is a nonprofit organization focused on helping youth and young adults acquire counseling services, housing, education and workforce training, and youth development programs. Everything we do is focused on creating self-sufficient individuals, and in turn, strong, stable families. LifeWorks Youth & Family Alliance offers more than 20 programs that can be accessed alone or in combination to help our youth and families achieve self-reliance.

Meals on Wheels

3227 E 5th St, Austin, Texas 78702 (Map)

Phone: (512) 476-6325

Meals on Wheels and More seeks to nourish and enrich the lives of the homebound and other people in need through programs that promote dignity and independent living.

Social Security Administration Office

5508 West Highway 290 #B Austin, Texas 78735 (Map)

Phone: 855-221-3523

Social Security delivers a broad range of services online at and through a nationwide network of over 1,400 offices that include regional offices, field offices, card centers, tele-service centers, processing centers, hearing offices, the Appeals Council, and our State and territorial partners, the Disability Determination Services.

Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid

4920 N Interstate Highway 35, Austin, Texas 78751 (Map)

Phone: (512) 374-2700

Texas RioGrande Legal Aid (TRLA) is a non-profit organization that provides free legal services to low-income residents and represents migrant and seasonal farm workers. TRLA operates public defender programs in several Southwest Texas counties, representing the poor who are accused of felonies, misdemeanors and juvenile crimes.

Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas

816 Congress Avenue, Suite 701 Austin, Texas 78701 (Map)

Phone: (512) 476-5550

Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas provides civil legal services to low-income people through attorney volunteers in Travis County. Our attorneys help people with critical matters, such as helping victims of abuse end violent relationships, connecting persons with disabilities with medical and financial benefits, and keeping people out of homelessness by defending against wrongful evictions and foreclosures.

Work Force Solutions

6505 Airport Blvd. Suite 101, Austin, Texas 78752 (Map)

Phone: (512) 454-9675

WFS Capital Area is your go-to source for job search assistance and employment-related services in Travis County. Named as the “Best Place to Look for a Job” by The Austin Chronicle, their Career Centers can help you: find a job, build your resume, prepare for interviews, earn a GED, & gain occupational skills.


Oak Hill

8656 W. Hwy. 71
Oak Hill, Texas, 78735 (Map)
Phone: (512) 854-2130
Fax: (512) 854-2145
Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm M-F

Oak Hill Staff