We are Texas CEAL Consortium

We help Texas communities hit hardest by COVID‑19 and chronic disease

We seek to address the disproportionate impact of COVID-19, long COVID, and other chronic diseases among minority communities in Texas through research, outreach, and education.

Our impact

596,281 +

people reached through more than 903 social and traditional media distributions

97,233 +

people attended more than 210 live and virtual events

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Consortium partners, including academic institutions, community groups, health departments, and other local organizations


What is Texas CEAL Consortium?

Started in 2020 at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Texas CEAL Consortium is a group of regional partners that aims to reduce the burdens of COVID-19 and other chronic diseases among underserved Texas populations.

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Current Projects

During 2023 – 2024, we continue to reach high-need communities in Texas through 5 projects led by our partners in Bexar, Harris, Hidalgo, and surrounding counties.

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Past Projects

In our first 3 years, our regional partners led 17 projects impacting community members in Bexar, Dallas, Harris, Hidalgo, Tarrant, and surrounding counties.

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Explore resources

Find resources about COVID-19, long COVID, and other chronic health-related topics created for researchers and community members

Mental Wellness | COVID-19 and Your Health

  • January 23, 2023

MHS students from our HOSA, Multimedia, TV Production and Theater clubs collaborated in projects to create Public Service Announcements in collaboration with Texas CEAL. These projects are meant to bring awareness to our community on the subjects of protection against COVID and the lasting effects of COVID.

The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Children’s Mental Health: What We Know So Far

Decimos No Más, No More. Nos unimos contra la desinformación.

  • January 14, 2021

The Texas Community-Engagement Research Alliance Against COVID-19 in Disproportionately Affected Communities (TX CEAL) Consortium