Cossy Hough graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with her BSW in 1992 and her MSSW in 1993. She has many years of experience as a public health social worker. She worked for several years as a community based case manager and worked from 1997 to 2009 as an administrator with the Texas Department of State Health Services, Case Management for Children and Pregnant Women program. Hough has experience with program planning, policy development and evaluation as well as social welfare initiatives and legislative analysis. Her direct practice experience also included medical social work and provision of mental health services. She is a member of the Texas Chapter of NASW. Hough received the National Association of Social Workers Media Award for her 2016 Fort Worth Star-Telegram column “Social workers can Play a Role in a Corporate Setting.”
Hough grew up In El Paso, Texas.
Program Administration, field education, case management, social administration, social welfare, public health, health care policy, medical social work, disability issues.
- To fear critical race theory in schools underestimates students
- White supremacy is not patriotic and anti-racism training is not un-American
- Celebrate, reflect and advocate on National Social Work Month
- Changes to SNAP are wrong
- Pushing homeless people back into the shadows won't solve anything
- Don't cut rental subsidies that lift families out of poverty
- Stricter work rules for SNAP recipients won’t accomplish goal
- Work rules for public assistance are shortsighted
- America needs SNAP, not Trump's "harvest box"
- Medicaid and the Senate healthcare bill
- Trump wants to change Medicaid funding; could his ideas work?
- Social workers are moving into corporate America