HHSC manages programs that help families with food, health care, safety, and disaster services including the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), Children’s Medicaid, and Supplemental Nutritional Assistance (SNAP) programs.
HHSC offers the following programs:
Each application goes through a local agency or a community partner. You can:
If you are receiving HHSC services and have questions about them, or if you are having problems with your services, call Texas 2-1-1 and choose the second option or talk with your case manager directly.
If this does not solve your problem, you can contact the HHSC Office of the Ombudsman. They are an independent group that makes sure that people who get HHSC services are being treated fairly. They will review your complaint and connect you with the right services or agencies that will help you.
You can contact them by:
Texas Health and Human Services — which includes the Texas Health and Human Services Commission and the Texas Department of State Health Services — has hundreds of programs and services that help more than 7 million Texans a month live better lives, and it’s our strong foundation of dedicated people who make it happen every single day.
Advisory Committees, such as the Policy Council for Children and Families and the Aging and Disability Resource Center Advisory Committee, assist the Texas Health and Human Services Commission to develop and implement policies and programs that meet needs of Texans.