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Untreated trauma - whether caused by hurricanes, hunger, or something else - affects kids behavior, learning, and more.
Our report shows the 2015 Medicaid cuts are taking a toll on Texas kids with disabilities and developmental delays.
The Graham-Cassidy bill is terrible. And it's gaining momentum in the Senate.
Texas must continue to serve kids, regardless of where they're sleeping tonight, next week, or next month.
We are pleased to invite you to join us for the three part-discussion series on substance use among youth and families in Texas.
There are multiple new Texas laws on mental health that passed the Legislature earlier this year and go into effect tomorrow, September 1.
If you're thinking about ways to help, we encourage you to pitch in by making a donation to relief efforts, volunteering your time at a local shelter, or inviting evacuees to stay with you.
Continuing the Task Force is the first step towards improving maternal health and safety.
ECI enrollment is starting to rebound, but it's still below 2011 levels.
Progress on some key issues, but more work is needed.
As the Texas Legislature reconvenes tomorrow for a 30-day special session, one of the issues on the agenda is continuing the state's Maternal Mortality and Morbidity Task Force.
By now, we all know that Monday’s CBO report estimated that the Senate health care bill ("BCRA") will increase the number of uninsured Americans by 22 million. And now we’re starting to see some estimates of what that would look like in Texas.
What the Legislature accomplished for kids and where it fell short.
State leaders made investments and policy changes that should make CPS safer, but a closer look at this session makes it clear that there is still unfinished business.
Over 200,000 Texas mothers are now eligible for screening.