Manage Health Benefits via YourTexasBenefits Login


UPDATED: February 5, 2019 – YourTexasBenefits, formerly known as MyTexasBenefits is an easy way to apply for government assistance provided by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission. Current recipients can manage their Medicaid (HealthCare services), Medicare, health insurance Texas, SNAP Food Stamps and TANF online.

YourTexasBenefits Login

yourtexasbenefits-loginAn online profile provides access to resources for; physical disabilities, substance abuse or dependency, mental health and other local medical services.

If you have already created one, then you can access your account through their website.

  • Visit
  • In the top right corner, click ‘Log In’
  • Enter your User name & Password

Note:If you are having issues using the portal, make sure you are using the latest version of Adobe Flash Player. The website undergoes routine tests to ensure it works with JAWS 12.0. If you do not have the latest version, it is available online.

Additional Benefits from Texas Health & Human Services

There are a variety of Texas health benefit programs available. Texans can learn more about these programs and how to apply at Programs coverage includes, food stamps, health care, financial support to cover basic needs and more. You can also learn more about these with your login.

Apply for Medicaid

The Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare (, covers medical insurance for those most in need through a recent expansion that intends to ensure 21.3 million Americans in the next ten years.

However, Texas is one of the states that has so far declined Medicaid expansion. If you find yourself unable to access affordable health insurance, there are options for you.

The State offers five options for Medicaid coverage:

  • texas-star-medicaidSTAR
  • STAR Kids
  • STAR Health
  • Traditional Medicaid

Medicaid Providers: STAR, STAR+Plus, STAR Kids & Star Health

Aetna Better Health

Amerigroup – providing coverage to Bexar, Dallas, Harris, Jefferson, Lubbock, Rural Central, Rural Northwest, Rural West and Tarrant Areas.

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas


Molina HealthCare

Superior HealthPlan

UnitedHealthcare Community Plan

To learn more about the STAR Medicaid Program, visit

CHIP: Childrens Health Insurance Program

If you qualify for Medicaid, you are not eligible for any discounts or savings for health insurance texas marketplace plan and would have to pay full price. For those who are CHIP or Medicaid eligible, you are not required to purchase coverage through the marketplace. Participants whose income is above the qualifying amount, you may be eligible for a discount from the Health Insurance Texas Marketplace.

You can also apply for Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) through the marketplace or

Healthy Texas Women (HTW) Program

For those looking specifically for healthcare for women, the Healthy Texas Women program is a great place to start.


To qualify and apply, women must be between 15 to 44 years old and meet maximum monthly income limits. If you are pregnant and without medical coverage through Obamacare or Medicaid, perinatal coverage is available via CHIP.

MyLoneStar Card

my-lonestar-cardFor those who receive monthly benefits for SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) & TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families), funds are deposited onto your LoneStar Card.

The LoneStarCard is available to use at any store that accepts. It works like a prepaid debit or credit card. To check your balance, find your most recent receipt or call 800-777-7328.

Having Trouble Accessing Login?

Forgot your login? Please see Username Recovery
Need to change your password? Reset Your Password

You will need the following information to rest your username:
– Full name
– Date of Birth
– Social Security Number or Case Number or EDG Number

NOTE: We are not affiliated with this company, and you should NOT contact us with any sensitive information that is of a personal nature. We are merely a resource that provides information.

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