Title V Fee-for-Service Links

CHIP Prenatal Care Program Information

HHSC CHIP information is located at the following site:

https://chipmedicaid.org/en/Benefits

Requirements: Information for Parents of Newborn Children

This law, effective September 1, 2005, requires physicians, certified nurse midwives, direct entry midwives, hospitals and birthing centers that provide prenatal care to a pregnant woman during gestation or at delivery to provide the woman with information on immunization, newborn screening, postpartum depression and shaken baby syndrome.
These brochures can now be either downloaded from the Parents of Newborn Children webpage in English or Spanish or ordered from The DSHS Warehouse . The stock numbers are: #1-316, English and #1-316a, Spanish.

This information can also be found on page 50 of the Policy Manual.

More about the eligibility criteria for Title V Fee-for-Service.

Contact Information

Texas Department of State Health Services
Office of Title V & Family Health
1100 W. 49th St.
PO Box 149347, MC 1922
Austin, TX 78714-7373
Phone: 512-458-7373
Fax: 512-458-7658

Email TV MCH FFS for additional information.

Texas Veterans Portal

Important Information for Former Military Services Members

Women and men who served in any branch of the United States Armed Forces, including Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard, Reserves or National Guard, may be eligible for additional benefits and services. For more information, please visit the Texas Veterans Portal at https://veterans.portal.texas.gov/.

Información importante para antiguos miembros de las Fuerzas Armadas

Las mujeres y los hombres que hayan pertenecido a cualquier cuerpo de las Fuerzas Armadas de los Estados Unidos (incluidos el Ejército, la Armada, la Infantería de Marina, la Fuerza Aérea, la Guardia Costera, el cuerpo de reservistas o la Guardia Nacional) podrían recibir beneficios y servicios adicionales. Para más información, visite el Portal de Texas para Veteranos en https://veterans.portal.texas.gov/hagar/.

Last updated March 1, 2018