Area grant opportunities for purchasing or retrofitting vehicles to help improve the region’s air quality now can be found in one location: The Drive Clean: Get help buying a cleaner vehicle webpage.
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The United States Department of Justice launched the Elder Justice website earlier this month. The site provides the elderly and people who support them with information about crimes affecting older Americans.
The Capital Area Council of Governments will use a recently awarded $135,000 State Homeland Security Program grant to assist in preparing the region to respond and recover from cyber-attacks.
Outlining a support system, learning about resources, and handling stress ensured Cheri Knockover stayed her positive, fun and happy self. More importantly, it helped her remain a great caregiver for her husband.
Flu season can begin in October, last until May and peak in January and February. With the start of the season nearing, the Area Agency on Aging of the Capital Area and the National Council on Aging wants to remind seniors to get their flu shots.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Texas Emissions Reduction Plan Program is accepting applications for the Emissions Reduction Incentive Grants Program.
The Capital Area Emergency Communications District's Strategic Advisory Committee will meet to assist in planning and reviewing policies and infrastructure for operating emergency communications.
The Hill Country Alliance Leadership Summit will bring together local leaders, volunteers, elected officials, groundwater conservation district board members, landowners and conservationists for a day dedicated to making a difference in the Hill Country.
Registration is underway for an eight-week course designed to reduce the fear of falling in older citizens.
The Area Agency on Aging of the Capital Area and WellMed Senior Community Center are presenting the event. Attendees will have access to AAACAP’s staff that assists with benefit counseling, care coordination, health and wellness and medication screenings.
The Capital Area Council of Governments' Homeland Security Task Force, which meets the first Thursday of every month, will meet to discuss regional Homeland Security initiatives.
The Capital Area Council of Governments' Executive Committee, which convenes the second Wednesday of each month, will meet to hear staff updates and review or approve selected agency business.