Capital City Village members enjoy being a part of a community of friends and volunteers who provide support for aging in our own homes for as long as possible.
Veteran and Volunteer - Watch this Video for a Special CCV Member/Volunteer Bond.
One of our members recently said:
"A CCV volunteer has been taking me grocery shopping almost every Tuesday for the last year or so. He's always kind and helpful. He carries my four heavy grocery bags into my apartment without complaint. He also carries in any package I might have had delivered.
But today he really went above and beyond. He helped me to catch my cat and put on the cat's flea medicine -- which was not easy since Panther highly objects to this procedure. I can't thank your volunteers enough for being such good friends, and I can't thank CCV enough for always being there when I need some assistance. I don't know what I'd do without you!"
Hear what Art Markman has to say about the benefits of Village membership.
CCV members have access to:
- A broad range of enriching social activities and informational programs (most free or low-cost) on aging issues including topics on health and wellbeing, technology, and local resources for seniors and their families;
- Supportive services - including transportation, technology help, minor home fix-its and more - provided by trusted volunteers (all volunteers are background-checked). Members may request up to 2 volunteer services per week;
- Referral to member-recommended professional service providers such as handypersons, plumbers, home care providers, etc. - many offering discounts to village members; and
- Peace of mind knowing that the resources needed to age well in your home, in our community, are just one phone call away!
Capital City Village offers a sliding scale for membership based on household income making Village participation open to seniors of all incomes. Please click here to find out more about membership levels.
Notifying the Public of Rights Under Title VI
Capital City Village operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes they have been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with Capital City Village. For the procedures to file a complaint, contact (512) 524-2709, or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our office at 3710 Cedar St, Suite 283, Austin, TX 78705. A complainant may file a complaint directly with the Federal Transit Administration by contacting the Office of Civil Rights, Title VI Program Coordinator, East Building 5th Floor-TCR, 1200 New Jersey Ave SE, Washington, DC 20590.