GSI Support Services

GSI celebrates the traditions, heritage, and experiences of our staff, our clients, and the community at-large. GSI’s culture of diversity and inclusion is not only our heritage, but also our future.

GSI is a trusted advocate for Tarrant County’s most vulnerable adults.

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Did you know that financial exploitation against elders is the number one type of elder abuse?

Guardianship Services

Guardianship clients must be adult residents of Tarrant County who have been adjudicated incapacitated, and are in need of a guardian. They must meet the Texas Estates Code definition of incapacity. GSI is appointed only when there is no family member or friend able to serve. All Guardianship Program clients are referred directly from the probate court.

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Money Management Program

Vulnerable adults often need help managing money, whether its organizing and paying their bills or avoiding fraud and exploitation. They find the help they need in GSI's Money Management Program, offered as an alternative to guardianship or as part of guardianship services.

Money Management education sessions are offered weekly by GSI staff at local and state agencies and community center throughout Tarrant County.

Are you in need of Money Management support? Contact our team today.

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Financial Exploitation Prevention Center (FEPC)

The Financial Exploitation Prevention Center unites GSI with the Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney, community agencies, and social service partners to prevent and prosecute fraud or financial exploitation of vulnerable adults. The mission of the Financial Exploitation Prevention Center (FEPC) is to create a unified network of partners committed to the prevention, protection, and prosecution of financial exploitation of aging and/or disabled adults in Tarrant County.

Our FEPC team connects older Tarrant County residents and adults with physical, developmental, or cognitive disabilities, their families, and caregivers with the services needed to prevent and end exploitation. Call 817-720-6556 for support.

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"E3" Program: Educate, Engage, Enroll

The E3 program helps struggling seniors save by enrolling in Medicare Savings Programs.

Eligible seniors can save thousands of dollars a year, and GSI is here to help them navigate the application process from start to finish.

Contact Alba Kamary at 817-921-0499 x 101 or via email at

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Helpful Information and Resources

ARC of Greater Tarrant County (
The Arc of Greater Tarrant County advocates on behalf of and in collaboration with people with development disabilities and their families to improve the quality of life and to expand opportunities to participate actively in the community. The ARC can be reached at 817-877-1474.

Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (
CMMS is the federal agency that administers Medicare and Medicaid. The website gives information on controlling health costs, regulations and standards, and how the Affordable Care Act is being administered.

Medicare (
The official U.S. government site for people with Medicare provides the latest information on Medicare enrollment, benefits, and other helpful tools.

Social Security Administration (
SSA is the federal agency that oversees retirement, disability, and survivor benefits, as well as the Medicare program. One is able to apply online for Social Security or Medicare benefits, estimate retirement benefits, download publications, and even discover the most popular baby names on this site.

Texas Medicaid (
Texas Medicaid is the state and federal cooperative venture that provides medical coverage to eligible individuals. This site gives information about the various programs under Medicaid and how to apply.

It is important to know the signs the suggest an at-risk adult is in need of support.

If you know someone who may be at risk, please contact Adult Protective Services.

Stay vigilant in your neighborhood, family and community.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers help our clients in important ways through many volunteer opportunities. Whether you are able to help one time, one hour a month, or several hours a month, we have many opportunities that offer the chance for meaningful connection and service. We strive to give everyone an opportunity to partner with GSI in serving Tarrant County's most vulnerable adults and offer volunteer opportunities for all ages and any size youth group, scout troop, or community group.

Call 817-921-0499 or email

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