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Amerigroup Laundry Day Addresses Critical Needs in Taylor

It’s easy to take clean clothes for granted — until you have to live without them. 

Clean clothes open up opportunities and contribute to a sense of dignity. For people suffering from extreme disparities and hardships, they provide reassurance. .
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Amerigroup and Community Partners Fight Hunger in Houston

Meaningful employment is a critical social determinant of health. Unfortunately, many young people with disabilities cannot find work, often due to implicit bias and societal barriers.
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Amerigroup Celebrates the Event Highlights Connection Between Jobs and Health for Texans with Disabilities

Meaningful employment is a critical social determinant of health. Unfortunately, many young people with disabilities cannot find work, often due to implicit bias and societal barriers.
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Amerigroup Celebrates the Caregivers Who Keep Texans Healthy

Far too often, financial and housing problems undermine people’s physical and mental health. Through a new effort with the East Harris County Empowerment Council, Amerigroup is taking aim at these issues in the Houston area.
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Planting Seeds of Health in a Community Garden in Katy

There’s a community garden in Katy, Texas, that supports families who need help.

For people having a hard time making ends meet and facing food insecurity, the garden offers sustenance. For those stuck in a cycle of poverty, it offers gardening lessons. For victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse, it’s a therapeutic outlet.

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Amerigroup’s Financial & Housing Support Improves Health, Fortifies Communities

Far too often, financial and housing problems undermine people’s physical and mental health. Through a new effort with the East Harris County Empowerment Council, Amerigroup is taking aim at these issues in the Houston area.
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Protecting East Texas Food Supplies During Hurricanes and Crises

At Amerigroup Texas, we take a broad view of health to improve lives of our members and our communities. We recognize the importance of whole-person health, and we know that food is medicine.
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Amerigroup Helps Kids Meals Deliver for Children Who Need Food

For families that struggle to make ends meet, and especially for kids who depend on free and reduced-price lunches, back-to-school season can mean a return to reliable food. But many hungry preschool-aged children don’t have that option.
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Affordable Housing Helps Texas Families Lead Healthier Lives

Financial literacy — managing a paycheck, balancing a budget, and saving for unexpected crises — not only helps families stay fiscally healthy but also helps them improve their physical and behavioral well-being.
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Supporting Financial Literacy in San Antonio to Promote Good Health

Financial literacy — managing a paycheck, balancing a budget, and saving for unexpected crises — not only helps families stay fiscally healthy but also helps them improve their physical and behavioral well-being.
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Central Texas Housing Effort Improves Health and Lives

Amerigroup Texas is improving health and affordability in Central Texas — most recently through a transformative investment in Balcones Trails, a new health-focused apartment community in the fast-growing city of Kyle.
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Amerigroup Contribution Will Help Feed East Texas Families

Amerigroup knows how important it is for Texas families to have access to healthy food. Our recent $25,000 donation to the East Texas Food Bank shows how community-level support can make a huge difference.
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United We Work Connects People with Jobs They’ll Love

For many Texans, good health starts with a good job. Stable employment helps ensure people have the home, food, resources and stability they need to live healthy lives.
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A Welcome Camp for Young People with Disabilities

Bonnie Perez Ramirez first heard the word “autism” 11 years ago, when a nurse suggested that her son should be diagnosed for it. Read more >

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