- PagesThe Health and Human Services Commission established the Behavioral Health Advisory Committee as the state mental health planning council.
- PagesThe Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services program assists eligible people who have a traumatic brain injury, traumatic spinal cord injury, or both, function independently in their home and community.
- PagesPeople who have medical or physical disabilities are unable to do some things for themselves, including dressing, bathing, eating, cleaning, cooking, walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, breathing, learning or working.
Topics: Aging, Disability, Health
- PagesInformation that contracted service providers need to do business with HHS.
Topics: Aging, Assistive Services Providers, Behavioral Health Services Providers, Child Care Licensing/Regulation, Children, Health Care Facilities Regulation, Licensing and Credentialing, Long-term Care Providers, Reporting, Safety
- PagesThe statewide Alternatives to Abortion program promotes childbirth and provides support services to pregnant women and their families, adoptive parents, and parents who have experienced miscarriage or the loss of a child.
Topics: Health, Women
- PagesMany people with mental illness and/or intellectual and developmental disabilities can safely live in a community setting while receiving the support services they need. PASRR is a process that helps ensure people who need these supports are only placed in a nursing facility when appropriate.
Topics: Long-term Care Providers
- PagesTexas sponsors two programs to help families pay for insurance: the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and Health Insurance Premium Payment (HIPP) program.
Topics: Benefits, Children, Financial
- PagesTo be eligible for Title XXI funds to initiate and expand the provision of child health assistance to uninsured, low-income children in an effective and efficient manner, states must submit a state plan, approved by the Secretary. Read the Texas State Plan and amendments.
Topics: Children, Health