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    Texas law allows for individuals on the Sex Offender Registry who meet certain conditions to petition to have their names removed from the list. This is known as “Deregistration”.

    Topics: Licensing and Credentialing

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    CSOT has been recognized by the State of Texas as the experts in the treatment and management of sex offenders. CSOT sets forth the standards of practice for the sex offender treatment providers in the State.

    Topics: Licensing and Credentialing

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    Licensed chemical dependency counselors and interns and sex offender treatment providers can change their mailing addresses online.

    Topics: Licensing and Credentialing

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    HHSC’s Health Care Regulation Department licenses and regulates two professional licensure types, Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors and Licensed Sex Offender Treatment Providers. The Council on Sex Offender Treatment, which is administratively attached to HHSC, sets forth the standards of practice for sex offender treatment providers in Texas.

    Topics: Licensing and Credentialing, Reporting, Complaints

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    Topics: Data, Reporting

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    The purpose of Strategic Prevention Framework for Prescription Drugs grant is to raise awareness about the dangers of sharing prescription medications and to collaborate with pharmaceutical and medical communities on the risks of overprescribing to young adults.

    Topics: Financial, Health

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    Strategic Prevention Framework Partnerships for Success consists of eight funded community coalitions.

    Topics: Behavioral Health Services Providers

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    Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program (CCP) grants reimburse the state mental health authority and tribal nations 100 percent of grant-eligible expenses. No matching funds are needed.

    Topics: Behavioral Health Services Providers

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    The Texas Veterans + Family Alliance (TV+FA) Grant Program was created to improve the quality of life of Texas veterans and their families by supporting local communities to expand the availability of, increase access to, and enhance the delivery of mental health treatment and supportive services.

    Topics: Financial, Mental Health

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    The Mental Health Grant Program for Justice-Involved Individuals, as directed by Section 1 of Senate Bill 292, 85th Texas Legislature, 2017, funds matching grants for county-based community collaboratives.

    Topics: Behavioral Health Services Providers