What is CRS?
The Health and Human Services (HHS) Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services (CRS) program works in partnership with Texans who have experienced traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) or a traumatic spinal cord injuries (TSCIs) gain and maintain independence in their homes and communities.
Participants work closely with counselors and family members to identify rehabilitation goals and services to support independence. Services may include inpatient comprehensive rehabilitation services, outpatient rehabilitation services, and/or post-acute brain injury services.
Data Reporting System
The CRS Program partners with providers to provide services to participants. Providers enter information on post-acute rehabilitation services within the data reporting system. Refer to the CRS Data Reporting System User Guide (PDF) for more information.
Manuals, Forms and Brochures
- The Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services Standards for Providers is the official reference document of provider requirements for contracted goods and services for the CRS program.
- The Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services Manual provides a framework for counselors to use when making decisions and delivering quality services to eligible consumers.
- CRS forms can be found on the HHS forms site.
The program brochure provides general program information, available services and program contact information.
- Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services brochure (PDF)
- Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services brochure in Spanish (PDF)
Recommended Service Arrays
CRS program service arrays may be provided to eligible persons who have a TBI, TSCI or both. View the service array in PDF format.