Texas Child Health Access Through Telemedicine

Texas Child Health Access Through Telemedicine (TCHATT), operated by the Texas Child Mental Health Care Consortium, provides telemedicine or telehealth programs to school districts to help identify and assess the behavioral health needs of students and provide access to mental health services. TCHATT is funded by the Texas Legislature and there is no cost to schools who participate or families who access services.

Who Can Access TCHATT?

TCHATT is not currently accessible to all students in Texas. The program is deploying first in those regions where an existing infrastructure can be expanded or a new infrastructure can be set up quickly. Visit the TCHATT website to find a map of the schools and school districts that are enrolled or soon-to-be enrolled.

How Can My School Join TCHATT?

If you’re interested in learning more or joining TCHATT, email to learn about availability in your region.

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