Regional Health Resources Asset Map

To best identify the resources in each county, we compiled an asset map which lists pertinent governmental agencies, health and social services, civic organizations, and community stakeholders in 11 counties.   <!– –>

COVID-19 and Mental Health

Resources for Medical Providers Health Care Provider Well-Being During COVID-19 – Tips for health care providers to manage stress. Headspace- Headspace is an online resource and phone app that facilitates mindful meditation. They are offering their premium subscription free for healthcare providers for the remainder of 2020. Ten Percent Happier Coronavirus Sanity Guide – […]

TASK Resources

Resources for Professionals National Child Traumatic Stress Network  California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse National Children’s Alliance  Adverse Childhood Experiences American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children Academy on Violence and Abuse  Child Abuse Hotline: 800-333-0358 Resources for Parents and Families Netsmartz  National Child Traumatic Stress Network  National Children’s Advocacy Center  Books My Dragon Books  Self-Esteem Shop  […]


Beverly J. Bryant, MD, ABPN (Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist) Beverly and her husband are native Texans. She completed her undergraduate training at the University of Texas at Austin and medical school at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. Her adult residency was completed in New York, and her child and adolescent fellowship was successfully […]

TASK Partners

Local Partners Children’s Advocacy Centers of the East Texas Region Children’s Advocacy Center of Anderson and Cherokee Counties (Jacksonville) Children’s Advocacy Center for Kaufman County (Kaufman) Children’s Advocacy Center of Paris Children’s Advocacy Center of Smith County (Tyler) Children’s Advocacy Center of Van Zandt County, Inc. (Canton) Harold’s House (Lufkin) Hunt County Children’s Advocacy Center […]

TASK Fellowship Opportunities

Postdoctoral fellows in child abuse will collaborate with: Local agencies serving abused children (e.g., the local CACs), 11 other CACs in the larger East Texas region, and The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler. Child abuse fellows work with a variety of populations, including rural and underserved patients, and will work with settings […]

Stay the Course – Keep Teaching

From The Center for Educational Technology (CET) … A variety of circumstances might require you to temporarily take your class online with minimal notice: a campus closure, a family emergency, a flu outbreak. We are here to provide you some actions to take when making that shift quickly. Make a plan Review your syllabus and […]

RHP Plan & Stakeholder Resources

RHP Plan Each Regional Healthcare Partnership must have one anchoring entity to convene stakeholders, guide the development of the RHP plan, and report on the progress of the entire region to HHSC and CMS. UT Health Science Center serves as the anchor for 28 counties that make up Region 1. This includes: Anderson Bowie Camp […]

Regional Health Resources

The UT Health Community Resource Hub is a new tool developed to help connect the community with the resources they need. The Comunity Resource Hub allows users to search by zip code for local, state, and nationwide services for health, food, education, transportation services, and more.  Search for free or reduced cost services like medical […]

Regional Collaborative

What is a Learning Collaborative? A Learning Collaborative helps multiple provider teams implement the Model for Improvement. The Change Package on our improvement topic includes proven best practices for us to try out in our settings. The methodology for change, or the Model for Improvement including the PDSA (Plan-Do-Study-Act) Cycle, gives us the structure and […]