December 2, 2022
Texas Mental Health Creative Arts Contest
Texas System of Care, in collaboration with the Texas Institute for Excellence in Mental Health at UT Austin and the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, is excited to announce the return of the contest in 2023. This year's theme is "Why Does Mental Health Matter to You?"
June 13, 2022 from Community Impact Newspaper
Cedar Park, Leander providers aim to address mental health
Local and regional initiatives to serve residents’ needs in Williamson County are highlighted.
January 7, 2022 from Caller Times
Forum: These tools help close the gap on mental health care access for Texas children
Schools nationwide have long suffered from a shortage of school mental health staff, according to the National Association of School Psychologists.
February 3, 2022 from Association of American Medical Colleges
Doctors team up to take on youth mental health crisis
With illnesses like depression and anxiety on the rise, mental health specialists and front-line doctors are training each other and integrating their work to improve care for children and teens.
March 1, 2022 from The University of Texas at Austin - Dell Medical School
The Kids Are Not Alright: Addressing the Youth Mental Health Crisis
Youth mental health is in crisis across the U.S. In Central Texas, meeting the need requires tackling the problem from all sides.
April 25, 2022 from Psychiatric Times
Building a Resilient Future: Addressing Youth Mental Health
We must prioritize youth mental health for a flourishing and resilient American future.
September 26, 2022
TCMHCC and Partners to Host 6th Summit on Advancing Behavioral Health Collaboration
TCMHCC and several partners will host the 6th Summit on Advancing Behavioral Health Collaboration. This year’s theme is Integrating School Mental Health to Support the Whole Child.
February 15, 2022 from Hopeful Futures Campaign
America’s School Mental Health Report Card
Across the country, youth are struggling with their mental health and it’s profoundly affecting their lives in school, at home, and in their community. One of the best ways to help children is to provide comprehensive mental health services in schools.