Reports and Presentations
May 19, 2022
This report provides information regarding $4.1 billion in behavioral health funding reported from SBHCC member agencies and institutions of higher education (including Medicaid behavioral health funding). The proposal links expenditures to strategies in the strategic plan to demonstrate how state appropriations will be used to further plan goals during fiscal year 2022. Strategic Plan goals, objectives, and strategies assist agencies and institutions of higher education with enhancing coordination, eliminating redundancy, and ensuring optimal service delivery.
May 17, 2022
This presentation gives a brief implementation update on House Bill 18, which establishes the Texas Cares program.
This is a slideshow detailing the implementation status of Senate Bill 1137.
May 16, 2022
The Housing Choice Plan is a stakeholder-led roadmap for a statewide approach for addressing gaps in housing and support services in Texas.
May 12, 2022
The 2021 JCAFS annual report contains a summary of findings from the state hospital bed utilization review protocol for fiscal year 2021 and provides recommendations on behalf of the committee.
May 5, 2022
The 2022-2023 General Appropriations Act, Senate Bill 1, 87th Legislature, Regular Session, 2021 (Article II, Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC), Rider 148) requires HHSC to submit a monthly report on “the total hours the state EVV system was unavailable, malfunctioning, or not accessible.”
Presentation to the Texas House of Representatives Human Services Committee on the 1115 Transformation Waiver status, implementation status of HB 133 (87R) and HB 2658 (87R), and overview of IDD Medicaid Waivers and Rider 30 update (SB 1, 87R).
May 3, 2022
This presentation covers HHSC's implementation activities regarding SB 11 (85R) and SB 1896 (87R).
April 7, 2022
This report contains the MOE information for federal grants received by HHSC as of February 2022.
April 6, 2022
Monthly report on the total hours the state EVV systems were unavailable, malfunctioning, or not accessible.