TAHC&H is a highly respected trade association at the state and national levels. It maintains a dedicated leadership and committed expert staff to serve the industry and its members. The association relies on a strategic plan to set a course and monitor progress.
As an association, TAHC&H has championed the collective interests of Texas home care and hospice agencies, organizations, and individual professionals since its founding in 1969. TAHC&H headquarters are located in Austin, Texas, where they work to give home care and hospice providers a strategic pathway to key state lawmakers and health care regulators. Its mission joins together member organizations and individuals in a shared commitment to every citizen in need of quality, affordable in home services.
TAHC&H BylawsCode of Ethics
The Code of Ethics was developed in response to membership's need and desire for guidelines in providing services to the public in an ethical manner. Ethics is defined by Websters' Dictionary as "the discipline dealing with what is good and bad and with moral duty and obligation." It is inherent in the promulgation of this Code of Ethics that the Association and its members covenant to protect and preserve the basic rights of the individuals they serve and to deal with them in an honest and ethical manner. This Code of Ethics serves as notice to government officials that the Association expects its members to abide by all applicable laws and regulations. The Code of Ethics serves as a statement to the general public as to what is generally acceptable conduct for homecare& hospice providers/suppliers and their employees. The Code of Ethics is intended to serve as a guideline to home and community support services agencies for professional and ethical conduct.
Texas Association for Home Care and Hospice
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Austin, TX 78731
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