Seniors looking for warm summers and authentic South Texas culture may find an ideal retirement spot in Victoria. According to the most recent U.S. Census data, Victoria is home to a population of about 66,916 people. The city’s senior population is just a bit smaller than average; 15.2% of Victoria residents are 65 years of age or older, while the national number is 16.5%. The city is just 30 miles from the shores of the Gulf of Mexico and popular beaches that include Magnolia Beach and Lighthouse Beach.

Victoria seniors who are in the market for home care will find prices that are appreciably lower than national averages. According to the Genworth Cost of Care Survey 2020, the average monthly price for both homemaker services and home health aide services in Victoria is $3,956. Elsewhere in the nation, seniors can expect to pay an average of $4,481 per month for homemaker services and an average of $4,576 per month for home health aide services.

At Caring.com, we’ve compiled a comprehensive directory of every home care provider in the Victoria area – complete with types of care provided, services offered and reviews from families who’ve actually used the service. In addition to our in-depth provider listings, we’ve compiled a list of resources to help seniors and their families access all the tools they need to age in place safely and gracefully.

Directory of Home Care Services in Victoria, TX

Home Instead – Victoria, TX

104 Regency Ave, Victoria, TX, 77904

We have 24 hour care for a loved one and its great as they take a genuine interest in the clients and also keep close contact with the family.
We have 24 hour care for a loved one and its great as they take a genuine interest in the clients and also keep close contact with the family.

Caring Senior Service of Victoria, TX

103 E Red River Street, Victoria, TX, 77901

For over 30 years, Caring Senior Service has provided seniors with non-medical home care to help them maintain independence and improve quality of life. Our services allow seniors to age safely in the … (read more)
For over 30 years, Caring Senior Service has provided seniors with non-medical home care to help them maintain independence and improve quality of life. Our services allow seniors to age safely in the … (read more)

Beloved Community Care – Victoria, TX

4104 Houston Hwy Ste 200 , Victoria, TX, 77901

Beloved Community Care offers seniors personal assistance services, respite care, in facility care, end of life care, and much more. <p></p> Our Companion Care Services provide emotional support, fr … (read more)
Beloved Community Care offers seniors personal assistance services, respite care, in facility care, end of life care, and much more. <p></p> Our Companion Care Services provide emotional support, fr … (read more)

Visiting Angels

704 Church St., East Bernard, TX, 77435

They would respond quickly and the quality of care was excellent. They were excellent, and when we needed them, they were there. My dad liked all the caregivers.
They would respond quickly and the quality of care was excellent. They were excellent, and when we needed them, they were there. My dad liked all the caregivers.

2019, 2020, 2021

Senior Helpers of Victoria, Texas

502 W. Colorado Suite B, Victoria, TX, 77901

My wife cannot be left alone. I can’t leave her for one second unless someone is watching her. They are 100% reliable. They are always there.
My wife cannot be left alone. I can’t leave her for one second unless someone is watching her. They are 100% reliable. They are always there.

HomeCare.com

7925 Jones Branch Drive, Suite LL 140, Mclean, VA, 22102

I’m using HomeCare.com. It’s fine. They’re very good and very responsive to any concerns I have, and they’ve provided me with a good health care aide, not great necessarily, but good. They also provid … (read more)
I’m using HomeCare.com. It’s fine. They’re very good and very responsive to any concerns I have, and they’ve provided me with a good health care aide, not great necessarily, but good. They also provid … (read more)

Comfort Keepers of Victoria In Home Care

1007 E Airline Rd A,, Victoria, TX, 77901

CK in Victoria has been a God send. Kathy has been understanding and so helpful. Our Uncle has Dementia which has produced a situation completely new to us. The care givers have been amazing and give … (read more)
CK in Victoria has been a God send. Kathy has been understanding and so helpful. Our Uncle has Dementia which has produced a situation completely new to us. The care givers have been amazing and give … (read more)

Crown Hospice

1101 Salem, Suite A, B, C & D, Victoria, TX, 77904


Girling Community Care – Corpus Christi TX

4646 Corona Dr, #220, Corpus Christi, TX, 78411


Victoria Home Care Resources 

Home care services are only one of the pieces needed for seniors to gracefully age in place. There are many services and programs that are low-cost or free, that enable seniors to enjoy an independent lifestyle in the comfort of their own home, such as help with home modifications, meal delivery services, and more. Below, we’ve compiled a few of the most helpful resources in Victoria:

Meals on Wheels Victoria

Address: 603 E Murray, Victoria, TX 77901
Phone: (361) 576-2189

Participants in the nonprofit Meals on Wheels program can receive five home-delivered meals per week. Fresh meals are made daily from a dietician-designed menu. This program is open to homebound seniors aged 60 and up who cannot cook their own meals and do not have in-home assistance that can do so for them. There is a voluntary donation of $3 per meal, but eligible clients are not required to pay. Meals on Wheels offers a related pet assistance program that can provide cat or dog food once a month.

Golden Crescent Aging & Disability Resource Center

Address: 1908 N. Laurent, Suite 600, Victoria, TX 77901
Phone number: (855) 937-2372

The local ADRC works as a central point for seniors, military veterans and the disabled to access information regarding community support services. Its knowledgeable staff can help seniors understand whether they meet eligibility and income requirements for assistance programs, put family caregivers in touch with support programs and guide seniors through the process of transitioning out of a hospital or rehabilitation facility and back into home life. 

Weatherization Assistance Program

Address: 221 East 11th Street, Austin, Texas 78701-2410
Phone: (512) 475-3800

Funded by the federal Department of Energy and Department of Health and Human Services but locally administered by the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs, this program helps participants lower their energy costs via upgrades, additions and alterations to their homes. Program participants are eligible for energy audits that find key areas for efficiency improvement, followed by weatherization measures that can include ductwork, HVAC repair or replacement and the installation of additional insulation. 

Alzheimer’s Association

Address: 10223 McAllister Fwy #100, San Antonio, TX 78216
Phone: (210) 822-6449

The local branch of this national nonprofit organization organizes support groups for family members and primary caregivers of those living with Alzheimer’s disease and related cognitive challenges. Groups are designed to provide participants with educational resources, coping tools and healthy emotional outlets. The Alzheimer’s Association also maintains a national 24/7 helpline at (800) 272-3900.

Determining Your Loved One’s Need for In-Home Care

Aging can be a difficult process, and loved ones may not always ask for help – oftentimes it’s up to their family to evaluate their need for help around the house. While no two situations are exactly alike, this checklist can help you and your loved ones determine when it’s time to start the search for a home care provider.

Checklist for determining the need for in-home care


Guidelines for Talking About In-Home Care

If you’ve determined that your loved one needs the assistance of a care provider in their home, it may be time for a difficult conversation. Handled correctly, however, this process can bring a family together and ensure that everyone’s concerns are addressed. Use this PDF as a starting point to help the conversation stay as positive and productive as possible.

Talking with family and others about a loved one's needs