SASH Patients Bake Treats for Therapy Dogs

April 14, 2021

San Antonio State Hospital patients find a tasty way to show their thanks to therapy dogs.

Register for Creative Arts Contest Virtual Reception

April 8, 2021

Registration for the 2021 Texas Mental Health Creative Arts Contest Virtual Reception is now open.

HHS in the News

April 13, 2021

HHS in the News features news stories and articles about the positive impact the Texas Health and Human Services Commission provides Texans through its programs and services.

Gov. Abbott, HHSC Announce Extension Of Emergency SNAP Benefits For April

April 6, 2021

Gov. Greg Abbott and the Texas HHSC will provide approximately $254 million in emergency SNAP food benefits for the month of April. 

Community Resource Coordination Group Leaders and Members Recognized

April 1, 2021

HHSC and the State Community Resource Coordination Groups Office recognized outstanding leaders and members for the hard work and achievements of local CRCGs, their members, and the impact they make on their communities.

Register for Virtual Certified Nursing Assistant Symposium

March 25, 2021

HHS LTCR is hosting a free virtual symposium for certified nursing assistants, nurses and administrators on April 8.

April 13 Procurement and HUB Outreach Event for Vendors

March 25, 2021

The HHSC Maintenance and Construction Program, Complex Construction Procurement Team and HUB Program will host a webinar on April 13 about state procurement, solicitation methods and writing winning proposals.

Breast Reconstruction Advocacy and Education Day is March 21

March 18, 2021

HHS recognizes March 21 as BRAVE Day, which the Texas Legislature designated in 2017 to honor those affected by breast cancer and to educate survivors about their recovery options.

Mental Health First Aid Training Goes Virtual

March 17, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has spurred HHS to develop innovative ways to continue serving Texans, and the MHFA training it provides is no exception.

Don’t Forget About the Flu

March 8, 2021

Although data shows decreased numbers of Texans contracting influenza this year, it’s important to stay vigilant to protect yourself and your loved ones.