“In a world struggling toward peace and universal humanitarian regard for mankind, there is no place for an aloof or exclusive institution.” — Ima Hogg
Mental Health Policy Academy and Policy Fellows
This grant program provides Texas nonprofit advocacy organizations with funds to hire and train a mental health policy fellow for up to two years. The goal is to build both individual and organizational capacity for engaging in mental health policy initiatives.
An archive of our policy priorities, recommendations and evaluations related to mental health in Texas.
85th Legislative Session Summary
Bills passed addressed a wide range of behavioral health needs for Texans.
Seclusion and Restraint Reduction
A leadership group that creates organizational change and informs public policy.