The collaborative nature of Texas Health and Human Services means we have three areas from which leadership flows to create well-grounded decisions. Meet in the influential professionals who hold themselves most accountable for the success of this agency.
HHS has more than 70 advisory committees made up of professionals and people who receive services, that offer their input into program policies and operations.
The Health and Human Services Commission Executive Council receives public input, reviews policies and advises the Texas Health and Human Services Executive Commissioner regarding the operation of the Health and Human Services system.
Policy Circulars and Bulletins communicate new or modified policies and procedures to all health and human services departments.