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Texas Health and Human Service's Mental Health Program for Veterans provides mental health services for Texas' Service Members, Veterans and their families by contracting for the following:

  • HHSC contracts with Texas A&M Health Science Center to provide local information and resources online 24/7 through TexVet.org.
  • HHSC contracts with 37 LMHAs to hire or contract for Peer Service Coordinators to provide direct peer-to-peer services to engage veterans and family members who have experienced military trauma, are at risk of isolation from support services and don't seek services through traditional channels.
  • HHSC contracts with the Texas Veterans Commission's Veteran Mental Health Department to provide training and technical assistance to peer service coordinators, community-based partners and mental health providers and also coordinates services for justice-involved veterans.
  • HHSC contracts with 6 LMHAs for a pilot program to hire or contract for Veteran Counselors, who are licensed mental health providers, and are funded to provide direct mental health services to Service Members, Veterans, and their Families free of charge.
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Texas A&M University honors our rich military legacy. Through our unique relationship with the military and veteran populations, we're dedicated to improving the lives of military and their families. TexVet is part of the Texas A&M University Health Science Center, and honors that legacy by keeping service at the core of our main mission: Connecting the veteran community to trusted information and resources.

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Public Support

TexVet could not grow and innovate without support from our Texas community.



Soon, Texas will have the largest population of veterans in the nation. Help us be ready to serve them!

Your gift helps us provide the best service, information, and resources to Texas' service members, veterans, reservists, their families, and those that serve them.

Make an impact on your veteran community – Donate today!


covers one day of TexVet.org hosting – that's 1,300 visitors and 990 outbound referrals!


covers mailing 500 suicide prevention cards to a Military Veteran Peer Network coordinator.


covers educating 14 veterans about property tax exemptions, collectively saving them thousands of dollars in taxes.


covers one month of hosting TexVet.org – that's 39,400 visitors and 30,100 outbound referrals!


covers development of innovative veteran resources, like the Clickable County Resource Map.

Note: The values and results quoted above provide an accurate and representative example of some of TexVet's costs and activities. They do not indicate specific fund allocation.

TexVet accepts donations through the Texas A&M Foundation's website.

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