Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) is the state agency charged with overseeing and providing workforce development services to employers and job seekers of Texas.
As the official child support enforcement agency for the State of Texas, the Office of the Attorney General provides services for parents who wish to obtain or provide support for their children.
The Health District’s mission is to promote healthy lifestyles in the communities served through education, service, and leadership; to prevent disease and protect the public's health, and to serve as professionals dedicated to public health service.
The child care services program subsidizes child care for low-income families, promoting long-term self-sufficiency by enabling parents to work or attend workforce training or education activities. It also educates parents about the availability of quality child care, which enhances children’s early learning.
The Attorney General is the constitutional, statewide elected official who acts as the attorney for the State of Texas. The Attorney General:
WIC promotes a better quality of life for Texas’ most vulnerable children by providing healthful foods, nutrition education for parents, immunizations for infants and young children, support for mothers who breastfeed, and medical and social-service referrals. Through referrals, WIC is able to connect participants to job programs and other educational benefits.