To learn more about the art contest, visit the gallery website. AUSTIN, Texas--Texas System of Care is excited to announce the return of the annual
We help create better futures for youth and their families.
We build upon existing community assets and support communities that want to improve outcomes through a system of care framework.
Authentic engagement provides opportunities for youth to make a difference in their community.
Supporting strong family relationships is the key to child-serving systems that work well.
Understanding the role of culture in the delivery of services promotes better outcomes for all.
The need to address trauma is an important component of effective service delivery.
Building skills and resources of youth ages 16 to 24 eases their transition into adulthood.
This initiative promotes positive outcomes for youth and families served in residential and community programs.
Wraparound planning supports families in achieving their vision for a strong and healthy family.
We build a strong voice for children’s mental health in Texas.
Learn about our efforts to raise awareness about the importance of children’s mental health.
Become a champion.
Find out how you can advocate to make changes in your community.
Texas has done a remarkable job of improving services and working to establish systems of care all across the state.
Gary Blau, PhDThe Hackett Center for Mental Health
If your children are mentally healthy, everything else seems to fall into place. Mental health is a thread that runs through all systems.
Sherri HammackBuilding Bridges Initiative
I’m very passionate about Wraparound and system of care.
Melissa SimmonsThe Burke Center
To learn more about this four-year initiative, download our one-page summary We are pleased to announce that Texas has been awarded a four-year
“Champions Corner” is a new blog series from the Texas System of Care that highlights the incredible work our sites, various government agencies, and