Are you a parent, community leader, or provider involved in the Early Childhood Intervention program? If so, you're invited to take part in a discussion on the successes and challenges of ECI.
Tyler-area ECI parents, providers, and community leaders: please join us for a discussion on your experiences with the ECI program!
What to watch in the final days of the legislative session.
Ongoing screenings for young children also help identify possible social, behavioral, and developmental delays that can be addressed with early intervention services.
Are you a provider who works with youth in foster care? If so, we would love to hear your thoughts on the regional and state resources needed to improve health outcomes for youth in care.
Are you a youth currently in foster care, or a young adult formerly in foster care? If so, you're invited to take part in a discussion on reproductive health outcomes for youth in foster care.
Let your State Rep and Senator know what you think about these bills.
HB 122 would hold 17-year-olds accountable in the juvenile justice system rather than the adult system.
After a marathon debate in the Texas House, the budget bill establishing the state's priorities for the next two years now goes to a conference committee composed of five Senators and five Representatives.
Latest on funding for pre-k, kids with disabilities, CPS, Medicaid, and more.
The bill permanently changes the structure of Medicaid, providing Texas less funding for health care.
We've been awfully busy at the Capitol in recent days. Here's a quick recap of key bills for Texas children.
TEA maps show strong demand for HB4 grants across Texas.
We're pleased to see so many voices speaking out in favor of raising the age of juvenile jurisdiction.
This week the House Human Services held a hearing on three bills related to Child Protective Services. We urge legislators to take the time to get them right.