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Health Services Eligibility
The Primary Health Care Program, Title V Program provide medical care to members of the community who need assistance in obtaining medical services and prescription medication at a reduced cost. These health care programs are able to treat a wide range of illnesses affecting infants through older adults, problems common to women and men, pregnancy and prenatal care, and provides preventive care to help avoid serious illnesses. An office visit co-pay of $5.00 and a prescription co-pay of $5.00 will apply.
The Health District accepts CHIP and Medicaid.
Angelina County resident
150% of the Federal Poverty Level or below
Proof of income
Proof of residence/home address
Documentation of family members living in the home
Primary Care Clinic
Since 1987, the Primary Care Clinic has provided health care services for lower income, uninsured families residing in Angelina County.
Health Risk Assessment
Chronic Disease Management
Prenatal Services provides Title V physician services for expectant mothers. Care is available for women without U.S. Citizenship. Family planning and birth control / referrals are also available.
Sexually Transmitted Disease Program (STD) provides diagnosis, treatment and counseling for STD's such as Chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis.
Tuberculosis Control is provided locally through the ACCHD office. The staff provides TB screening, X-ray referrals, and treatment of positive reactors and cases.
HIV / AIDS Prevention Services provides information, brochures & videos. Free anonymous and confidential HIV counseling and testing is offered.
Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN) Services Program.
The Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN) Services Program provides services to children with extraordinary medical needs, disabilities, and chronic health conditions.
The CSHCN Services Program's health care benefits include payments for medical care, family support services , and related services not covered by Medicaid, CHIP, private insurance, or other third party payors.
The program also contracts with agencies throughout the state to provide an array of clinical and support services to children with special health care needs and their families.
The CSHCN Services Program also assists children and their families by supporting case management at DSHS regional offices throughout Texas.
The CSHCN Services Program is funded through the Title V Block Grant from the federal government for maternal and child health programs and through state funds.
Title V was part of the original Social Security Act, and the CSHCN Services Program has served children with special needs since 1933. The CSHCN Services Program is focused on improving the lives of people with disabilities and children with chronic health conditions throughout its activities. Click on the links to the left for detailed information about the program.
Because CSHCN Services Program funds are limited, there may be a waiting list for health care benefits. When funds are available, the program may be able to remove clients from the waiting list and begin providing health care benefits through enrolled CSHCN Services providers.
It is important to renew eligibility to maintain placement on the waiting list by renewing every six months.
Families of children with special health care needs, including those on the waiting list for CSHCN health benefits, may be eligible to receive case management services. To find a case manager, please click here to go to the list of regional offices in the state.
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