December 2016

October 2016

June 2016

May 2016

  • Texas currently invests $6.7 billion biennially at the state level through General Revenue, Medicaid, and local and federal dollars to fund behavioral health services provided by various state agencies. In an effort to improve coordination between state agencies and to create a strategic approach to providing behavioral health services, lawmakers directed the creation of a statewide mental health coordinator position to through the 2014-15 General Appropriations Act, S.B. 1, 83rd Legislature, Regular Session, 2013 (Article II, Health and Human Services Commission, Rider 82).

September 2015

  • is a comprehensive and effective working plan to identify and discuss aging policy issues, guide state government readiness and promote increased community preparedness for an aging Texas. (As required by Executive Order RP42)

April 2015

  • Understanding the importance of early development on the long-term outcomes for Texas and its children, the Legislature directed the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) to monitor and report on health and human services (HHS) to young children through the passage of S.B. 54, 77th Legislature, Regular Session, 2001. In response, HHSC asked the HHS agencies to provide information on services, new initiatives, and collaborative efforts to serve children under the age of six. The most recent results are presented in this seventh biennial report.

March 2015

  • Long Term Services and Supports Quality Review (LTSSQR) 2015

    Long Term Services and Supports Quality Review (LTSSQR) 2015 provides summary results from interviews with adults who receive waiver program services and the results of mail surveys received from families of children who receive waiver program services. These survey processes are used by DADS to benchmark the quality of its programs for long-term services and supports. Over time, the data will reveal opportunities for program improvements and the capability to measure the impact of those improvements.

    Long Term Services and Supports Quality Review (LTSSQR) 2015

January 2015

September 2014

January 2013

  • Long Term Services and Supports Quality Review (LTSSQR) 2012

    Long Term Services and Supports Quality Review (LTSSQR) 2012 provides summary results from interviews with adults who receive waiver program services and the results of mail surveys received from families of children who receive waiver program services. These survey processes are used by DADS to benchmark the quality of its programs for long-term services and supports. Over time, the data will reveal opportunities for program improvements and the capability to measure the impact of those improvements.

    https://apps.hhs.texas.gov/documents/ltssqr2012/

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