Texas Home Living (TxHmL)

What is TxHmL?

TxHmL provides selected essential services and supports to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who live in their family homes or their own homes.

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Communications

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Publications

  • Explanation of the TxHmL program brochure explains the types of services and supports provided to Texas with developmental disabilities or a related condition so they can continue to live with their families or in their own homes. PDF in English | PDF in Spanish
  • Your Rights in the Texas Home Living Program explains the rights and privileges consumers have when receiving services through the program. PDF in English | PDF in Spanish

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Statutes & Rules

State

Federal

Other Rules and Statutes

HB 3720

Review Tools & Forms

Additional Resources

Communications

Information & Provider Letters

Case-sensitive. Use commas to separate multiple entries.
Note: These files are in PDF format unless otherwise noted.
Number Title/Notes Date Published
IL 2022-07 1915(c) Waivers Migration to the Texas Medicaid Healthcare Partnership (TMHP) Long-Term Care Online Portal (LTCOP) Project
IL 2021-59 In-Home Day Habilitation Information for Program Providers for COVID-19 (Revised)

Note: Replaces IL 2021-53

PL 2021-44 Active, Unemployable Work-Around
PL 2021-42 New Individualized Skills and Socialization Service Coming Soon
IL 2021-57 2021 Cost Report and 2021 or 2022 Accountability Report Training Information
IL 2021-52 Payment Rates for HCS and TxHmL Effective March 1, 2022
IL 2021-48 Acceptable Documentation for a Criminal History Check

Note: Revised November 10, 2021

IL 2021-47 Assisting Individuals Whose Supplemental Security Income is Terminated
IL 2021-45 In-Home Day Habilitation Information for Program Providers for COVID-19 (REVISED)

Note: Replaces IL 2021-39

IL 2021-44 Changes to HHSC-Approved Diagnostic Codes for Persons with Related Conditions List

Note: Replaces IL 2020-44. Revised September 27, 2021