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Featured News

Texas Health and Human Services has been made aware of several reports of a possible telephone scam involving people identifying themselves as being from a health agency or insurance company and asking for Social Security numbers and dates of birth.

Texas Health and Human Services is looking for Texans with an interest in improving behavioral health and aging services to be members of the Behavioral Health Advisory Committee and the Aging Texas Well Advisory Committee.

On Nov. 2, faith leaders from across Texas gathered at the Texas State Capitol in Austin to explore how the faith-based community can help find loving homes for thousands of children waiting to be adopted.

To highlight ways that faith leaders can support children and fragile families, the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services hosted a Faith Leader Summit Nov. 2 at the State Capitol in Austin.

The Texas Health and Human Services Commission announced that it is reinstating the Medicaid benefit for mosquito repellent due to the first reported case of Zika virus disease likely transmitted by a mosquito in Texas.