Texas Home Care and Hospice PAC's efforts would not be successful without your active support. Volunteer leadership contribute their time, expertise and financial support to protecting the home care and hospice industry and the patients they serve.

ONE VOICE


Texas Home Care & Hospice 

Jerre Van Den Bent

PAC Council

Chair

Meet Our Team

KNOW

 the issues

Rachel Hammon

PAC Council

Treasurer

Advocacy in Action

Join Us

Give

to the PAC

Political Action committee.

Texas Home Care & Hospice PAC Contributors 

PAC contributors are active members who not only give generously financially but also with their time and expertise. They visit legislators and speak with them about issues that affect the home care and hospice industry, advocating for quality care. 

Pictured are TAHC&H leadership with State Representative Sarah Davis (R-Houston). 

Issues

For more than 40 years, Texas Home Care & Hospice PAC has supported legislators who believe that people should have the opportunity to access quality home care and hospice services. TAHC&H's political advocacy efforts ensure that its members in the industry have a strong voice in federal and state levels of government through grassroots involvement, monitoring of issues and the PAC. Be involved, know the issues and give to the PAC.     

Federal law prohibits soliciting from individuals who are not TAHC&H members. Information disseminated in the public domain about Texas Home Care & Hospice PAC migh​t be considered a solicitation, therefore investments received from non TAHC&H members through this online campaign will be returned.

Being a PAC CONTRIBUTOR is being a voice for others

Our Mission

Be

involved

  • Monitor industry issues
  • Provide expertise in home care & hospice.
  • Build/Strengthen relationships with lawmakers.
  • Political action in Washington, D.C. and Austin.

We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to receive quality care at home. PAC giving is one way to ensure home care and hospice clients and patients' voices are heard.

advocacy in action 

Because the healthcare industry, specifically the home health and hospice, is heavily regulated by state and federal government, the issues we monitor are diverse. Examples include medicare, medicaid and licensures.