Contact AARP Texas

Posted on 08/15/2013 by | AARP Kentucky | Comments

AARP Texas is leading a revolution in the way people view and live life after 50. We offer news and information, research and events that matter to you. We’d love to hear from you!  Here’s how to reach us…

Austin Office

98 San Jacinto, STE 750

Austin, TX 78701


M – F, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Houston Office

2323 S. Shepherd, STE 1100

Houston, TX 77019


M – F, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Dallas Office

8140 Walnut Hill Lane, STE 108

Dallas, TX  75231


M – F, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.


jd3519 5pts

I joined AARP on December 1,  2014.  I have not yet received the magazine.  Please see that I am added to the subscription list.

morningstarr09 5pts

One year , I wanna say I paid online , won't do that again , then they cancelled me and so I paid again and here we are four years later , and I send my pmt by mail and I keep getting a request to renew my membership. Where to call and complain , because I really like the magazines and I got one today and they are saying its my last magazine. Where to call and what to do about this .................i lost my money the last time online who knows where it goes or what is done. Please let me know......Thank you.



        I have been a member since 2008. Why am I continually receiving request to renew my membership when my membership is good through 2018? Also, I need contact information for the Houston, Texas branch.

po3495 5pts

Trying to get the phone number for the AARP foundation office on Preston Dallas. The Walnut Lane office didn't know it and the contact number they gave me to find out what it is left me in limbo. Penelope Otton 

lhenn 5pts


Are their membership meeting held in local chapters?

sgm55 5pts

@ANTHONYK Hi.  I, too, get renewal requests, in my case, four months before my membership is up.  At best, this is AARP's attempt to keep everything flowing smoothly.  At worst, it is AARP's attempt to confuse its members and take advantage of their busy lives and savings.