During the 76th session of the Texas Legislature, lawmakers passed House Bill 2085, which began the Texas Council on Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke.
Our Stand Against Heart Disease
Heart disease and stroke are the #1 and #3 killers of adult Texans1. Our job is to help Texas reduce death and disability caused by heart disease and stroke in Texas. To do that, we work with partners around the state to make sure heart disease and stroke remain a priority in health care, communities, and work sites.
What We Do
We create statewide activities and programs to address risk factors like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, low physical activity, poor nutrition, and tobacco use.
- Texas Hypertension Control Movement
- Regional Hypertension Collaboratives
- Texas Hypertension Control Summit
- Medication Therapy Management
Learn more about each program's mission and how to get involved by visiting our Heart Disease and Stroke Program Grants and Projects page.
1Source: DSHS Chronic Disease Epidemiology Branch, Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Section.
The Texas Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke Partnership is a network of individuals and organizations with a shared vision of reducing the burden of heart disease and stroke in Texas.