What is Title V Maternal & Child Health (MCH) Fee-for-Service (FFS)?

Andrews County Health Department's Title V MCH, FFS program provides preventive and primary health care and dental care for children and adolescents (<21 years of age). Community health is improved when the physical and emotional needs of children are addressed. 

A Parent's Guide for Raising a Healthy, Happy Children (English, Spanish).

To apply for Title V Fee for Services complete the eligibility application. (Click here for word document Eligibility Application. Click here for Eligibility Application.) Bring the following documents. (Click here for list). Call Zulema Prieto at 432-524-1437 to schedule an appointment or for questions about eligibility.

Eligibility Criteria For an individual to receive services through Title V Fee for Service, three (3) criteria must be met:

  1. gross family income at or below 185% of the adopted Federal Poverty Level;
  2. a Andrews County resident; and
  3. not eligible (or potentially eligible) for other programs/benefits providing the same services.