EHF’s Elena Marks writes that Texas has the means to make health coverage a reality for more than one million low-income Texans. She says state leaders hold the keys and how can we look hard-working Texans in the eyes knowing what we know, and say we just decided not to do anything about it?
The pandemic has hit low-income communities of color particularly hard. WATCH NOW to see how EHF doubled down on efforts to improve community conditions so everyone can have a fair shot at a healthy life. Learn more in our new short film about our work:
From new virtual programs to successful models based in pediatric clinics, Episcopal Health Foundation is providing $2 million to efforts across Texas that are helping moms, dads and other caregivers promote healthy brain development for the youngest Texans.
In order to meet the deadline of migrating grants data into the a new online grants data system, EHF is moving the Cycle 2/Goal 2 Letter of Inquiry (LOI) and Application submission deadlines to earlier dates.
A new statewide poll on health policy issues finds that a large majority of Texans support Medicaid expansion and say state government should play a role in making sure the health care system works well.
EHF’s Jennifer Meier writes that by implementing innovative telehealth policies and strengthening connectivity across the state beyond COVID-19, the state can move the needle toward better health outcomes for all Texans.