Grantees and Grantseekers

The Hogg Foundation invests in programs, policy analysis, research and public education to transform how communities promote mental health and well-being in everyday life.

“People may still be people, but ways of working with them undergo one little or major breakthrough after another.” – Robert Lee Sutherland

Requests for Proposals

Funding Opportunities

View requests for proposals, or apply for open scholarships and fellowships.

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Submit grant proposals and reports through Fluxx, our online grant portal.

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Questions about grant initiatives and requests for proposals (RFPs) must be submitted by email. To avoid a conflict of interest, Hogg Foundation staff do not accept phone calls regarding RFPs. For technical assistance, contact the Systems Administrator, (512) 475-7050.

Scholarships and Fellowships

We offer graduate-level scholarships and fellowships to promote the study and pursuit of mental health careers. Eligibility and application procedures vary by award.

Ima Hogg Scholarships in Mental Health

Scholarships of $5,000 each are awarded annually to graduate students of accredited social work programs in Texas.

Moore Fellowship for Doctoral Research

An award of $20,000 for doctoral students at UT Austin completing a dissertation on the human experience in crises.

Frances Fowler Wallace Dissertation Award

Scholarships of $1,500 each are awarded annually for dissertation research of doctoral students at UT Austin.

Grantees and Initiatives

The foundation has played a significant role in the success of community mental health programs across Texas through a variety of grant initiatives, technical assistance and evaluation funding.

Changing Mental Health Policy in Texas

When an organization’s capacity for working on mental health policy issues increases, the needs and voices of Texans living with mental illness have a greater impact on policymaking. Unfortunately, many organizations lack the resources or expertise to tackle mental health policy issues head on. The Hogg Foundation Policy Academy and Fellows Program are increasing capacity and expertise to advance mental health policy in Texas. Learn more

The Practice of Recovery

For many years, individuals who were identified as having a mental illness were merely “treated” with no hope of a better life. However, there has been a shift from a medical model of treatment to recovery-oriented care. The American Psychiatric Nurses Association Texas Chapter is integrating and promoting recovery among organizations throughout Texas. Learn more

Integrating a Fragmented System of Care

As the first agency to offer integrated health care to children in state custody, HCPS is well poised to educate others on model implementation and to spearhead the evolution of the integrated health care model so that it can serve the unique needs of child populations. Learn more

Mental Illness and the Criminal Justice System

What happens when someone with behavioral health conditions is released from jail? The story of re-entry highlights issues in the Texas criminal justice system. Via Hope is helping people with mental illness re-enter the community with support from trained Peer Specialists and Certified Recovery Coaches. Learn more