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The Texas Health and Human Services Commission was awarded the Seedling Foundation's Capacity Award on July 20 for providing more than 10 volunteers in a year. There are currently 34 HHS employees mentoring children whose parents are incarcerated.

The Texas Health and Human Services Commission was awarded the Seedling Foundation's Capacity Award on July 20 for providing volunteers to mentor children whose parents are incarcerated.

Do you have feedback on the Intended Use Report for federal Title XX funds, also known as the Social Services Block Grant? Submit your comments by Aug. 26.

The Texas Veterans + Family Alliance Grant Program works with communities across the state to connect veterans and their families with effective and responsive mental health services.

The Health and Human Services Commission is notifying people about the accidental loss of protected personal information. The breach may affect 1,842 people in the Houston area.