More resources mean more options
We Texans really do look after one another. That’s why families in Texas have access to a wide range of helpful resources outside of Medicaid.
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Learn how healthy lifestyles can help reduce infant deaths and premature births.
Call to learn about more state services, including food pantries, after-school programs, and more.
Your Texas Benefits
Explore more benefits such as children’s health insurance, SNAP, and disability services.
Texas Health Steps
Get free medical and dental checkups among other services for children.
Texas Workforce Commission
A wide range of services and resources for job seekers.
Texas Emergency Broadband Benefit Program
The Federal Communications Commission is offering an Emergency Broadband Benefit.
Case Management for Children and Pregnant Women
Get help finding services for children with health conditions as well as for high-risk pregnant women.
Women, Infants and Children Program
Learn more about proper nutrition for babies and young children.
Texas Women’s Health Program
Family planning services for uninsured Texas women.
Nutrition guidance for pregnant women and first-year moms.
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Learn what to ask your doctor during your visit for better quality care.
Safe Kids Mid Texas
This program provides safety devices to families in need.
Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner
A program that helps students learn how to manage their money and more.
Children’s Connections Inc.
Pregnancy services and adoption resources for pregnant women and adoptive families.
Texas Medicaid Vendor Drug Program
A resource for pharmacies that accept the RightCare plan.
Grandparents Raising Grandkids
Services and advice for grandparents who are raising their grandchildren.
Pediatric Asthma Outreach Education Classes
Free weekly asthma classes for parents and caregivers of children with asthma.