The Texas Health and Human Services Commission is seeking nominations for the 2019 Innovators in Aging award, which recognizes unique and effective efforts impacting older adults.
As the school year begins, HHS is encouraging parents and guardians who are looking for child care to research their options and choose a state-regulated provider.
Texas Health and Human Services was recently awarded $336,994 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to prevent and reduce fraud in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
Texas HHS and The University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing are hosting a two-day, free conference on quality long-term care in Georgetown.
Texas is working toward better health for mothers and babies by addressing disparities, highlighting Texas WIC’s breastfeeding support program, and providing information and breastfeeding help to families at events throughout the state this month.
Texas health officials announce the creation of a 20-bed specialized care unit for Texas veterans. The first of its kind within the state, the new unit at Terrell State Hospital is designed to provide mental health services to this specific population with unique needs.
Texas Health and Human Services announces the expansion of mental health services to help rural Texans experiencing early-onset psychosis.
People affected by the June flooding in the Rio Grande Valley will have additional time to seek the replacement of food purchased with SNAP benefits that was destroyed due to flooding.
Big Spring State Hospital hosted a job fair offering onsite interviews and help with applications.
The second annual Texas Brain Injury Conference took place in Austin to prompt discussions and education about child and teen brain injuries.