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  • Dr. Erin Espinosa: Medicaid doesn’t have to be a dirty word

    Dr. Erin Espinosa: Medicaid doesn’t have to be a dirty word

    Originally published in the Dallas Morning News on July 7, 2015 Erin Espinosa: Medicaid doesn’t have to be a dirty word in Texas By ERIN ESPINOSA Published: 07 July 2015 01:39 […]

     
     
  • 2015 ECCO Finalists

    2015 ECCO Finalists

    Texas System of Care is excited to announce we are 2015 ECCO (Excellence in Community Communications and Outreach) finalists in three categories. We have been nominated for the following: Nominated: […]

     
     
  • For Immediate Release: Texas System of Care announces addition of two new communities

    For Immediate Release: Texas System of Care announces addition of two new communities

    Austin, TX. – To better serve the mental health needs for children and youth in Dallas and rural southern Texas, Texas System of Care is launching a local care program […]

     
     
  • Blending Care with Control

    Blending Care with Control

    Adolescence is a period of developmental transition, characterized by changes in family, school, peers, self-concept, and general physical development. Although most youth successfully navigate this developmental period, incidents of rule breaking and behavioral […]

     
     
  • Upcoming Webinar: Integrating Juvenile Juvenile with System of Care

    Upcoming Webinar: Integrating Juvenile Juvenile with System of Care

    Friday, March 6, 2015 1:30 PM CST – 3:30 PM CST Youth with mental health needs are often funneled into and through the juvenile justice system due to a mental […]

     
     
  • Voices for Children’s Mental Health: Sonja Gaines

    Voices for Children’s Mental Health: Sonja Gaines

    Sonja Gaines, Associate Commissioner for Mental Health Coordination at Health and Human Services Sonja Gaines, the Associate Commissioner for Mental Health Coordination at Health and Human Services Commission, discusses the compelling […]

     
     
  • Texas System of Care 2014 Legislative Report

    Texas System of Care 2014 Legislative Report

    We’re happy to share with you The Texas System of Care 2014 Legislative Report. The Report was a collaborative effort among the Texas System of Care Consortium, and will be distributed to […]

     
     
  • Request for Proposals: Community Expansion

    Request for Proposals: Community Expansion

    The Texas Institute for Excellence in Mental Health (TIEMH), at the University of Texas at Austin (UTA), in partnership with the Texas System of Care Consortium, requests applications from communities […]

     
     
  • Animated Video: System of Care Overview

    Animated Video: System of Care Overview

    We’re proud to share an animated video that offers a great overview of system of care. We worked with a talented University of Texas student, Connor Murphy, to create the […]

     
     
  • From the Institute: One is one too many: Suicide is Preventable

    From the Institute: One is one too many: Suicide is Preventable

    This is a repost from our parent organization, the Texas Institute for Excellence in Mental Health Join us in taking on a Texas-sized challenge: Zero Suicides By Bonnie Evans [Infographics […]