Texas Health and Human Services
Texas Community Partner Program
The Community Partner Program began in 2012 with the mission to develop and maintain a statewide network of community organizations helping Texans apply for and manage their food, cash or health care assistance online.
CPP is a statewide program providing support to community organizations that partner with Texas Health and Human Services to help Texans apply for and manage their food, cash or health care assistance online.
Texans can get help applying for or managing their state benefits from familiar local organizations they know and trust. CPP currently has a statewide network of over 1,200 community partners which grows each day.
Community organizations that join CPP are called community partners. Community partners offer a computer that people can use to apply for and manage their benefits on YourTexasBenefits.com. HHS trains and certifies community partners to provide application assistance.
Families who visit local organizations — such as a food bank or community health clinic — can also apply for health care, food and cash assistance benefits at the same place they get other services.