The Epilepsy Program works with providers and clinics in Texas to ensure eligible Texas residents with epilepsy or seizure-like symptoms can get comprehensive outpatient services to prevent, detect and treat health problems.
Comprehensive outpatient care can include:
- Diagnosis and treatment
- Case management for ongoing care
- Integration of personal, social and vocational support services
Health care providers play an essential role in recognizing, treating and managing epilepsy. This webpage informs them about latest epilepsy treatment guidelines, seizure classifications, programs that address mental health problems, and how to help pediatric patients transition to adult care.
How to Become a Provider
See contracting opportunities and learn how to become a provider by visiting the Vendor and Contractor Information page.
Report Concerns of Unsafe Drivers
A person can anonymously submit to the Texas Department of Public Safety, in writing, their concerns of drivers who might have a medical condition that could affect their ability to safely operate a motor vehicle.
Information can be submitted to DPS by mail, fax or email.
Texas Department of Public Safety
Enforcement and Compliance Service
P.O. Box 4087
Austin, TX 78773-0320
800-222-3986, Ext. 5922
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central Time
Monday through Friday
Austin Area Phone
General Fax Number
P.O. Box 149347
Austin, TX 78714-9347