If you are a family member or caregiver and need information about Community Resource Coordination Groups (CRCGs), you are in the right place. This website will tell you about CRCGs and give you information to find the help you need.
To learn about CRCGs please see the "Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)" below, and visit the "About" page. CRCGs are groups of individuals from state agencies and community organizations who come together to provide recommendations for a unique combination of services that one agency alone, cannot offer.
Usually, individuals and families can get help from a CRCG if they are working with a state agency (for example, the Department of State Health Services), but the agency cannot meet all their needs.
If you need services from more than one agency, a CRCG might be able to help. Use the "Find Your Local CRCG" feature at the top of this page. You can search by city or county. If there is no local CRCG in your area or your local CRCG does not serve your age group, please call 211 (http://www.211texas.org) for local resources.
Trying to find solutions for complex needs can be difficult. CRCGs are here to help and make sure your concerns are heard!