Connecting Texas Kids to Coverage Blog Series PART I: Texas Medicaid and CHIP Programs

Texas Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) offer parents peace of mind knowing their children can get the routine preventative care they need, when they need it, that keeps them healthy.  These programs have been able to secure medical coverage benefits for more than 45 million children. While this progress is encouraging, there … Continue reading Connecting Texas Kids to Coverage Blog Series PART I: Texas Medicaid and CHIP Programs

Connecting Kids to Medical Coverage January Blog Series Announcement

Overview There are 623,000 children without health insurance in Texas. Those who lack insurance coverage typically experience far-worse health status than those insured. Uninsured children in Texas may be able to get low-cost health care from Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) or no-cost health care from Children’s Medicaid. Lone Star Legal Aid (LSLA) has a … Continue reading Connecting Kids to Medical Coverage January Blog Series Announcement

International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women: What Lone Star Legal Aid is doing to End Violence against Women

As the world continues to fight the spread of the coronavirus, domestic and family violence have intensified.  To combat this increase, Lone Star Legal Aid (LSLA) has taken its outreach efforts online with targeted live presentations.              LSLA provides virtual presentations for the community where attorneys and community partners provide legal information about the services … Continue reading International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women: What Lone Star Legal Aid is doing to End Violence against Women

National Night Out in Houston, TX Has Been Postponed until 2021

National Night Out was rescheduled in Texas to today, October 6, 2020, however, with COVID-19 still persisting and making social activities unsafe, the Houston Police Department (HPD) has officially postponed NNO city-wide and declared it will resume in 2021. Here is a statement from the Houston Police Department. “The Houston Police Department has decided to … Continue reading National Night Out in Houston, TX Has Been Postponed until 2021