Need help finding resources in your area?
Dial 2-1-1 for help finding:
- Emergency food or housing
- Child care
- Crisis counseling or substance abuse treatment
- Other services
Dial 2-1-1. After you pick English or Spanish, pick Option 1. Or visit 211Texas.org
Have questions about state benefits like Medicaid, SNAP food benefits, or cash help for families?
Visit the Texas Health and Human Services website. Or dial 2-1-1. After you pick English or Spanish, pick Option 2.
Need to apply for CHIP or Children’s Medicaid? Want to learn more about these health programs?
CHIP and Children’s Medicaid cover doctor visits, prescription drugs, dental care, eye exams, glasses, and much more.
Call toll-free 1-877-543-7669 or visit CHIPmedicaid.org
Have questions about finding a doctor or getting a ride to a health-care visit?
Visit the Texas Health and Human Services website. Or dial 2-1-1. After you pick English or Spanish, pick Option 2
Need to find specific resources for people with disabilities?
Visit http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/cshcn/Transition-Resources.aspx to find out more about resources for transitioning youth.
Visit the Directory of Community Resources in Texas (hosted by The Center on Disability and Development at Texas A & M University)
Visit the Parent Companion, First Five Years website for resources for children birth to 5 years of age.
Texas Poison Center Network - If you think someone has been poisoned or have a question about a poison, you should contact the Texas Poison Center Network by calling 1-800-222-1222 for immediate assistance. If the person is unconscious, having difficulty breathing or having a seizure, you should dial 9-1-1.
Information for health care providers about state services