Grantee ResourcesAs the recipient of a Hogg Foundation grant, you and your organization have taken on the admirable and challenging work of improving mental health in Texas. The Hogg Foundation wants your initiative or program to succeed and will support your efforts to the extent possible.
- The program officer who manages your grant is available by email or phone to provide advice and answer questions about your grant, from the time the grant is awarded until the final reports and evaluation are submitted.
- Questions about requests for proposals must be submitted in writing by email, fax or regular mail. To avoid any appearance of a conflict of interest, Hogg Foundation staff do not accept phone calls regarding a specific request for proposals until after the grants have been awarded.
- Grants Management, (512) 471-7634, serves as the administrative liaison to grantees and can respond to general questions about the foundation's grant making and monitoring processes.
Complete Grant Proposals and Submit Grant Reports Online
To reduce our environmental footprint and simplify our grant reporting process, the Hogg Foundation now requires most narrative and financial reports to be submitted online. Refer to your statement of agreement or contact your assigned program officer for information about reporting deadlines and requirements for your grant.
- Complete unfinished applications and submit required narrative and financial reports online.
- For technical assistance, contact the Systems Administrator, (512) 475-7050.
- Visit Language Matters in Mental Health to learn about the importance of using appropriate language when talking about mental health.
- Learn about the Hogg Foundation's consumer, youth and family initiative to increase opportunities for their participation in state and local policy making, grassroots advocacy, design and delivery of mental health services, and peer services and supports in Texas.
- Find out how the Hogg Foundation is working to increase cultural and linguistic awareness, knowledge and skills among mental health service providers in Texas.