Medical Services

Medical Clinic Services / UIL/ Athletic Physicals /Well-Child Exams / Vaccinations

Diagnosis & Treatment of Acute & Chronic Conditions / Diabetic Care

Wellness Exams for Women / Pediatric Care / Texas Health Steps Exams for Children

dental services

Tejas Health Care believes those who have a dental home are more likely to receive appropriate preventive and routine oral health care.  Establishment of the Dental Home directly results in a greater awareness of all issues impacting the patient’s overall oral health. 


Tejas Health Care’s main goal is  to provide quality dental care to children and adults  who might not otherwise receive it due to cost and to help educate the population on the importance of good dental hygiene. 


Dental Services:


Treat Children and Adults / Exams and Cleaning / Cosmetic Fillings

Esthetic Ceramic Crowns / Bridges / High Quality, Low Cost Dentures

Root Canals / Surgical Extractions / Wisdom Teeth Removal

Behavioral health services

Tejas Health Care's a behavioral health program provides patients with education, advocacy and services. All with the goal to improve emotional health and coping skills for persons facing life's challenges and by supporting the individual’s ability to lead a healthful life. 


Integrated Health Care Services

As Fayette County expands, there is a great need for integrated health care services that are close and convenient to our patients. The partners believe the best approach to wellness is treating both the body and the mind. That is why we offer a wide array of comprehensive primary health care, behavioral health care, prevention programs and services. This means if you need medical, dental or behavioral health care; our compassionate, dedicated staff are here to help you. As a patient, you have access to a full range of services including psychiatrists, substance abuse counselors, behavioral health consultants, family counselors and peer specialists.


Our behavioral health consultants have specialty training in the connection between the body and the mind, when it comes to your health. Our behavioral health team works in conjunction with your primary care doctor considering the physical, behavioral and emotional aspects of your health and help determined a course of action that is best for you.


The first step is yours; we are ready to walk with you the rest of the way.

wic services

WIC is Growing Healthy Families


What is WIC?

We are a nutrition program for growing families. We work with families to make sure

pregnant woman have healthy pregnancies infants get the best start by providing new parents with the latest information on feeding their infants young children eat right and grow strong for a bright future families have nutritious foods high in vitamins and minerals


What will happen at my first WIC appointment?

WIC staff will determine if you qualify by looking at your income, weighing, measuring and checking the iron level of each person applying for WIC asking questions about you and your family's health and nutrition.


What services does WIC provide?

If you qualify you will return to the WIC clinic every two to three months and we will provide information about nutrition that relates to your family's needs healthy foods; additional food benefits are provided to women who choose to breastfeed and referrals to health care services.


What are some of the healthy foods that I can get with my WIC benefits?

Whole grains / Cereal / Milk / Cheese / Juice / Eggs / Beans / Peanut butter

Fruits and vegetables /Canned tuna or salmon (for breastfeeding women who do not get formula from WIC) / Baby foods / Baby Cereal / Formula


WIC is open to many incomes and all kinds of families. Even if you don't qualify for Medicaid, you may still be eligible for WIC.

community services

2-1-1 Texas/United Way - No matter where you live in Texas, you can dial 2-1-1, or

(877) 541-7905, and find information about resources in your local community. Whether you need help finding food or housing, child care, crisis counseling or substance abuse treatment, one number is all you need to know. Call 2-1-1 or visit http://www.211texas.org/  


Texas Head Start Association - child development programs for Early Head Start (ages 0-3) and Head Start (ages 3-5). Services are available at no cost to qualifying families. Visit http://www.txhsa.org/ or call 2-1-1, to find a program in your area.


Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) - provides financial help for children and their parents or relatives who are living with them. Monthly cash payments help pay for food, clothing, housing, utilities, furniture, transportation, telephone, laundry, household equipment, medical supplies not paid for by Medicaid and other basic needs. To apply, visit https://www.vourtexasbenefits.com or call 2-1-1


Texas Education Agency - Pre-Kindergarten programs are offered in many school districts. Children must be at least three years of age and meet other eligibility criteria. Contact your neighborhood school for additional information or call 512-463-9581 or visit http://tea.texas.gov/ece/eligibilitv.aspx


The Lone Star Card Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) - Helps people buy the food they need for good health. This program is not tied to the TANF program. It is considered a nutritional program. To apply, call 2-1-1 or visit https://www.vourtexasbenefits.com


The Women, Infants and Children Program (WIC) - a nutrition program that helps pregnant women, new mothers, and young children (under 5years of age) eat well, learn about nutrition, and stay healthy. For a WIC office near you, call 1-800-942-3678 or visit http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/wichd/ 


Nationwide Housing Search - Find affordable rentals & housing options for low income families and individuals. To learn more visit http://www.lowincomehousing.us/ 


Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) - Low cost children's health insurance for children from birth to 18 years of age. To apply visit https://chipmedicaid.org or call 2-1-1


On-site after-school care is offered in many schools, for children in pre-kindergarten and older. Sometimes these programs offer scholarships or fees based on your household size and income-also known as sliding scale fees. Contact the school your child attends and ask if after-school care is offered.