Accessibility means providing equal access to information and services regardless of a user's physical or developmental abilities or impairments. HHS staff are required by law to ensure that any electronic and information resources (EIR) they create or purchase are accessible.
To help HHS staff meet the accessibility requirements for EIR, this website includes policy information, accessibility training, and other resources.
Subscribe to HHS Accessibility News (HHS employees only) to get latest information about new or updated content posted to the HHS Accessibility Center and any updates made to templates on the HHS Connection Templates page.
If you have questions about accessibility requirements for your HHS System agency or want to talk to the HHSC and DSHS accessibility coordinators, we are here to help.
- By email
- By postal mail:
Texas Health and Human Services Commission - Civil Rights Office
701 W. 51st Street, MC W206
Austin, Texas, 78751
Phone: (512) 438-3431
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