Regulations

  • Handbooks and Manuals

    Topics: Aging, Policy

  • Pages
    This page is a summary of the federal Older Americans Act, first enacted in 1965 and amended in 2006.

    Topics: Aging, Policy

  • Pages
    Find answers to frequently asked questions about the Medicaid Estate Recovery Program here.

    Topics: Aging, Disability, Financial, Health, Policy

  • Handbooks and Manuals

    Topics: Aging, Community Engagement, Disability, Long-term Care Providers, Policy

  • Handbooks and Manuals

    Topics: Aging, Benefits, Disability, Long-term Care Providers, Policy

  • Handbooks and Manuals

    Topics: Aging, Community Engagement, Financial, Food, Long-term Care Providers

  • Handbooks and Manuals

    Topics: Aging, Benefits, Disability, Financial, Policy

  • Pages
    If you received Medicaid long-term services and supports, the state of Texas has the right to ask for money back from your estate after you die. In some cases, the state may not ask for anything back, and the state will never ask for more money back than it paid for your services. The program is administered by HHS.

    Topics: Aging, Disability, Financial, Health, Policy

  • Pages
    HHS has more than 50 handbooks which outline the rules employees and contracted providers are held accountable for when providing services to eligible Texans. We provide these for all Texans to view as part of our effort to be transparent in service delivery. HHS Handbooks

    Topics: Aging, Assistive Services Providers, Behavioral Health Services Providers, Benefits, Child Care Licensing/Regulation, Children, Disability, Health, Health Care Facilities Regulation, Health Services Providers, Long-term Care Providers, Policy

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    Advance Directives Health and Human Services Forms

    Topics: Aging, Assistive Services Providers, Benefits, Disability, Financial, Food, Health, Health Care Facilities Regulation, Health Services Providers, Licensing and Credentialing, Long-term Care Providers, Policy, Reporting