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As a public service, the Texas Health and Human Services Commission allows website users to electronically send the Commission certain forms and materials that may include personal information. With few exceptions, Texas laws on privacy and Public Information Act give people who give personal information the right to ask the Texas Health and Human Services Commission about the information contained in these forms, receive and review your personal information and request that the Texas Health and Human Services Commission to correct any errors in your personal information. HHSC procedures to request a correction is found in Title 1 Texas Administrative Code, sections 351.17 to 351.23.
Pursuant to Texas Government Code, Chapter 552 authorizes the right of people to have access to government documents; and no public information officer or the officer's agent may ask why you want to see. It is assumed that all government information is available to the public. HHSC is committed to providing full access to public information. To request records under the Act Texas Public Information:
Email: HHSC Open Records Coordinator, MC-1070, 4900 N. Lamar Blvd., Austin, Texas 78751-2316. Fax: (512) 424-6586 Email: OpenRecordsRequest@hhsc.state.tx.us
We will notify you in writing if there are costs associated with your application documents. For questions about the Public Information Act, please consult the website of the Attorney General of Texas, Division of Public Information .
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If you have any questions about the service, please contact us at: TaskForceChildrenSpe@hhsc.state.tx.us