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    To confirm your eligibility when applying for one of our benefit programs, you’ll need to submit proof of facts (information about you and others on your case).

    Topics: Benefits, Food, Health

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    HIPP is the Texas Medicaid program that helps families pay for employer-sponsored health insurance premiums.

    Topics: Financial, Health

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    The Disability Inclusive Community toolkit assists people and communities to integrate people with disabilities into community life, including those who may not be employed due to physical or cognitive impairment.

    Topics: Community Engagement, Disability

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    Financial statistical reports represent self-reported data prepared by health plans under the terms and conditions of the Uniformed Managed Care Contract and the Uniform Managed Care Manual, and are subject to audit.  These reports cover Fiscal Year 2022 (Sept. 1, 2022 - Aug. 31, 2023).

    Topics: Data, Financial

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    A county or municipality may require the issuance of a permit to operate a boarding home facility within its jurisdiction.

    Topics: Safety, Health

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    Texas Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Community Partner Program (CPP), in partnership with Feeding Texas and local food banks, host events across Texas to help customers apply for and renew their benefits, like Medicaid and SNAP.

    Topics: Benefits, Community Engagement, Health, Food

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    The Comprehensive Continuum of Care for Women program provides pregnant women and women with dependent children comprehensive case management services.

    Topics: Women, Health, Substance Use, Mental Health

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    If you feel unsafe, getting support can help you understand your options and feel safer.

    Topics: Children, Women, Contact, Safety

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    Information on work requirements that must be met to receive, or continue to receive, SNAP benefits longer than three months.

    Topics: Benefits, Financial, Food, Health

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    Hepatitis C is a serious viral infection. Many people who get hepatitis C may not feel sick at first.

    Topics: Health

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    If you had your SNAP benefits stolen due to fraud such as card skimming, phishing or other methods, you may be eligible to have your benefits replaced.

    Topics: Benefits, Food

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    Several Turn To campaign resources are available to download and print.

    Topics: Health, Mental Health, Children

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    The HHS Vocational Apprenticeship Program serves people around the state who have intellectual and developmental disabilities or mental health challenges by offering classroom education and an integrated work experience in the community.

    Topics: Jobs, Disability

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    Financial statistical reports represent self-reported data prepared by health plans under the terms and conditions of the Uniformed Managed Care Contract and the Uniform Managed Care Manual, and are subject to audit.  These reports cover Fiscal Year 2022 (Sept. 1, 2021 - Aug. 31, 2022).

    Topics: Data, Financial

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    HHSC recommends the use of evidence-based practices and peer-reviewed research.

    Topics: Children, Disability, Health

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