Hogg Foundation Blog
Get news, insights and ideas related to our initiatives and the state of mental health in Texas.
We spoke with this year’s Moore Fellowship recipient, Erin Morpeth, about her award-winning dissertation titled, “Voices of Students in Crisis: A Mixed Methods Study of College Students Hospitalized for Psychiatric Distress.”
In this episode of Into the Fold, we speak with Dr. Peniel Joseph, founding director of the LBJ School’s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy, on how history sheds important light on the material basis of well-being.
The Hogg Foundation has awarded $3.75 million in grants to five organizations for the second phase of the Well-being in Rural Communities initiative.
Check out this two-part exploration of how children are faring during the pandemic from the point of view of two Hogg Foundation grantees: Children’s Grief Center of El Paso and First3Years.
The Hogg Foundation has issued a summary of key mental health and substance use-related legislation considered during the 87th legislative session.
Anti-discrimination protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) and disabled Texans are once again safe from any unwanted changes.
Each year, the Hogg Foundation awards Ima Hogg Scholarships to graduate social work students who have committed to joining the mental health workforce. Meet our 2021 scholarship recipients!
Vaccination is a golden opportunity to address longstanding issues of equity and injustice. Our guest, Dr. Kara Ayers, is here to help us explore just how true that is for people with disabilities.
The goal of the Fund is to reduce inequities in the uptake of vaccines by supporting efforts across Texas to address vaccine equity and barriers to access.