Then and Now: Revisiting the School of the Future 

Then and Now: Revisiting the School of the Future 

Mental health is not just an attribute of individuals, but is also a product of community conditions. The places where people live, learn, work, play and pray have an enormous impact on individual and collective well-being. Nowhere is this more true than in schools. A...
Women and Forced Migration

Women and Forced Migration

Karin Wachter is a 2016 recipient of our Moore Fellowship, a $20,000 award for doctoral students at UT Austin in support of research on the human experience of crises. Wachter’s dissertation, titled “Women’s Social Support in War, Displacement, and Post-Resettlement,”...
$567,000 to Strengthen Recovery to Practice

$567,000 to Strengthen Recovery to Practice

The Hogg Foundation has awarded $567,000 to support six organizations in their ongoing work to infuse the Recovery to Practice curricula across the six behavioral health professions in Texas: psychology, psychiatry, psychiatric nursing, peer support, social work, and...
Hurricane Harvey: Recognizing Our Resilience

Hurricane Harvey: Recognizing Our Resilience

The Hogg Foundation offers its deepest condolences to those impacted by Hurricane Harvey in Houston and throughout southeast Texas, and for the lives lost. As this unprecedented tragedy continues to unfold, our hearts are with the people directly affected, their...