HHSC to Help Texans with Medicaid Renewals at Dallas Community Event

Media Advisory
Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Cecile Erwin Young
HHS Executive Commissioner
Mike Parker, 512-424-6951

DALLAS – The Texas Health and Human Services Commission is hosting a community event on Saturday, July 29, to help Texans with their Medicaid renewals.

HHSC staff will be available to answer any questions related to the federal continuous Medicaid coverage requirement that ended on March 31. Individuals can also get assistance and more information about their Medicaid coverage, including how to create and manage a Your Texas Benefits account.

Texas clients with Medicaid coverage may have to take action to renew their benefits and avoid a gap in coverage. HHSC staff will inform recipients by mail or electronically when it is time to renew. Medicaid renewal notices will be mailed in a yellow envelope with “Action Required” printed in red, and electronic notices will be sent to recipients who have a Your Texas Benefits account and opted to go paperless.

In addition to going to a local office, visiting Your Texas Benefits or calling 2-1-1, community events like this provide an additional opportunity for recipients to get the help they need. Similar community events will be held in other select cities.

Boxes of food will be available to attendees. For more information, visit with HHSC staff at the event.

WHAT:  Medicaid Renewal Assistance Community Event
WHEN:  Saturday, July 29, 2023
                  9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

WHERE: Dallas College-West Campus
                  3330 Hampton Rd.
                  Dallas, TX

For Frequently Asked Questions about the end of continuous coverage, visit the HHS webpage For more information about HHS programs, visit hhs.texas.gov or connect with us on social media.