Logo

The HHS logo consists of a stylized wreath and star with the words “TEXAS Health and Human Services.”

The HHS logo or DSHS version of the logo must appear prominently on all publications. The HHS logo should be the only logo unless the HHSC or DSHS Office of Communications grants an exception for co-branding.

The HHS logo should be easily identifiable as the main mark on any publications. It should not be hard to see, taken apart, distorted or changed. Regardless of the variation used, the whole logo must appear (the icon plus the text).

The HHS logo policy can be found here.

Standard HHS Logo – Color

This is the primary version of the logo, to be used in most instances.

HHS Logo Variations – Color

Vertical flushed
Banner
Vertical centered

HHS Logo Variations — Solid

Standard
Banner
Vertical centered
Vertical flushed
Reversed

Programs are often asked to provide a logo for an outside entity to use online or on printed materials. Remember that placing the HHS logo on materials from outside entities can imply that the materials were produced by HHS or that HHS is affiliated with the services provided by the outside entity.

The HHS logo policy can be found here.

Other HHS Images

The HHSC Office of Communications uses a small favicon for HHS websites and a profile image for HHS social media pages. Because HHS websites, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages will clearly have HHS branding and display the agency name as “Texas Health and Human Services,” these two images are appropriate to use.

These images should only appear on a website or social media page approved by HHSC or DSHS Office of Communications.