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 may include:
- Diagnosis and treatment
- Case management for ongoing care
- Integration of personal, social and vocational support services
Who Is Eligible for Services?
The program is available to anyone who:
- Is a Texas resident.
- Has been diagnosed with epilepsy certified by a licensed doctor or a statement that applicant is suspected of having epilepsy.
- Is not eligible for other health care plans providing the same services. This includes Medicaid, Medicare or Children with Special Health Care Needs Services Program. If a child under 21 is on the CSHCN Services Program waiting list, services can be provided until the child is removed from the waiting list.
- Has an income level at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines.
How Do I Apply for Services?
You must apply in person at a clinic that is contracted to provide Epilepsy Program services in or near the county where you live. Be prepared to provide proof of income and Texas residency.
Visit or call the clinic to speak to staff who will determine if you qualify for services. If you qualify, you might be able to receive services the same day.
- Form 3028, Household Application
- Form 3030, Household Eligibility Worksheet, to completed by Contractors
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