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This article tells you about discrimination on the basis of sex in schools that receive federal funding, including athletics programs. This article was composed from various resources by TexasLawHelp staff.
Immigrant survivors of domestic abuse can apply for VAWA relief.
In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there are many questions about what the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and its medical facilities are doing to protect and care for veterans during the outbreak.
This article provides information on what non-service-connected disability pension benefits are, how to apply, how to qualify for them and more. This article was written by the Texas Legal Services Center's Veterans Legal Assistance Program.
This article provides information about veterans' service-connected disability compensation. Specifically, what a service-connected disability is, and why it matters in terms of compensation. This article was written by the Texas Legal Services Center's Veterans Legal Assistance Program.
This article about voting was last updated on October 28, 2020.
This FAQ was compiled by Texas Legal Services Center from several sources, all of which are government agencies or nonpartisan nonprofit organizations. It is current as of April 16, 2021. See also Voting in Texas: What You Need to Know.
This article tells you about voting in Texas and which documents are needed. This article was written by the office of the Texas Secretary of State.
This article tells about receiving SSI benefits, and what to do if you disagree with any decision made. This article was written by the Social Security Administration.
This article provides information on mental health concerns, specifically when transitioning to adulthood. The article discusses school after high school, getting ready for work and money matters. This information was provided by Disability Rights Texas.