The 2020 Texas Mental Health Creative Arts Contest is accepting entries for original artwork, writing and photography.
Due to inclement weather conditions impacting areas of the state, HHS offices in several counties are closed today.
Long-term care ombudsman programs engage volunteers to work alongside staff ombudsmen to protect the health, safety, welfare and rights of residents of nursing and assisted living facilities.
The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) is working closely with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in monitoring the developing outbreak.
Lufkin State Supported Living Center provides training for new direct support staff to assist residents who are blind or have visual impairment.
Rusk State Hospital patients find community connection, empowerment through art show.
Jennifer and Ryan Nankivell felt their first-born child, Whitney, was at risk for developmental delays so they turned to the HHS Early Childhood Intervention program.
Kerrville State Hospital’s entry in the city’s 2019 Holiday Lighted Parade won Best Nonprofit Float for its creative and lively art history-inspired display, skillfully crafted by patients.
Following a competitive procurement, HHSC awards contracts to managed care organizations in the corresponding service areas for the STAR+PLUS product.
The volunteer services councils working with HHSC's state hospitals and state supported living centers provide crucial financial and moral support to patients, residents and staff. And with the holidays coming up, Texans looking to help other Texans this season are encouraged to contact their local VSC.
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