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HHS strives to provide good stewardship of taxpayer money through planning and proper spending.
To fulfill our commitment to transparency — a cornerstone of HHS operations — we ensure our stakeholders are informed of HHS activities.
HHS ensures that Texans receive the benefits for which they are qualified. Communities help by providing extra services to Texans in need.
From the headquarters in Austin to eligibility offices in the Rio Grande Valley to laboratories in the Panhandle, HHS employees respond to the needs of Texans.
Many HHS employees work here because they say their work makes a difference. Join us and help serve your fellow Texans.
The collaborative nature of HHS means we have many areas from which leadership flows to create well-grounded decisions. See how HHS is organized for success.
HHS continually looks for better ways to provide services to Texans. We do this through program evaluation and applying best practices.
HHS maintains a range of records. And our skilled employees research and report on health and human services issues that affect Texans.
We strive to make a difference in the lives of the people we serve by improving the health, safety and well-being of Texans with good stewardship of public resources.
HHS is a champion for the rights of Texans. We advocate for clients, investigate fraud, and ensure that clients receive the benefits for which they qualify.