Reports and Presentations

Note: These files are in PDF format unless otherwise noted.

December 7, 2021

Texas Statewide Behavioral Health Strategic Plan Progress Report for Fiscal Year 2021

This progress report shows the SBHCC and its member agencies are making progress toward the implementation of the Texas Statewide Behavioral Health Strategic Plan, which promotes a coordinated approach to the delivery of behavioral health services in Texas.

October 29, 2021

Semi-annual Reporting of Waiting Lists for Mental Health Services, November 2021

Rider 50 requires HHSC to report semi-annually to the Legislative Budget Board and Governor regarding waiting lists for mental health services.

February 4, 2019

Postpartum Depression Among Women Utilizing Texas Medicaid, 2019

This report examines the frequency of pregnancy-related depression among women with a Medicaid-paid delivery, the frequency of pregnancy-related depression screening by Medicaid and Women's Health providers, the utilization of services and onset of treatment for pregnancy-related depression, and Medicaid costs during fiscal year 2016.

December 5, 2018

Report on the Mental Health Peer Support Re-entry Pilot Program, 2018

Rider 74 requires HHSC to implement a mental health peer support re-entry program. The rider further requires HHSC to submit a report on the program that includes the total population to be served and participant outcomes to the Office of the Governor and the Legislative Budget Board by December 1, 2018.

August 24, 2018

Home and Community-based Services Waiver Slot Enrollment Plan Progress Report, September 2018

A progress report discussing the achievement of enrollment goals included in the Home and Community-based Services Waiver Slot Enrollment Plan  (Plan) submitted in fiscal year 2017.

November 7, 2017

Coordinated Statewide Behavioral Health Expenditure Proposal Fiscal Year 2018

The Fiscal Year 2018 Coordinated Statewide Behavioral Health Expenditure Proposal provides information regarding $3.9 billion in behavioral health funding obtained from SBHCC member agencies and institutions of higher education (including Medicaid behavioral health funding).