We are a non-profit organization, supported by churches, civic groups, businesses and individuals, working together to preserve the independence and well being of the elderly in Northeast Tarrant County.
Senior neighbors must be 65 years old, or, if disabled, 60 years old, and live in our service area. MCCC serves eleven (11) communities: Bedford, Colleyville, Euless, Grapevine, Haltom City, Hurst, Keller, North Richland Hills, Richland Hills, Southlake, and Watauga. MCCC does not “income qualify” and clients are never charged for services because we recognize that most of our clients are on limited incomes. Clients are requested to call for transportation needs 14 days in advance of their appointment, and may call anytime for minor home repair requests.
Caring volunteers provide all MCCC services by donating their time, vehicle, gas, and/or sweat equity. An individual with three (3) hours a month to spare is a candidate to be a MCCC volunteer. A security background check is completed on all registered volunteers to ensure the safety of our clients and integrity of MCCC. Transportation, the core service provided by MCCC volunteers, includes picking up the client at their residence, taking them to their appointment, staying the duration of the appointment, and returning them home.The other services volunteers provide may include home visits, yard work or minor home repair, and office work. MCCC is respectful of caring volunteer schedules and “no” is always an acceptable response should a volunteer have personal commitments when contacted to assist with transportation or other services.