Transforming Mental Health Through Community
The Hogg Foundation envisions a future in which the people of Texas thrive in communities that support mental health and well-being. We believe it’s possible to transform how communities promote mental health in everyday life. We support research and learning, practice and implementation, and policy initiatives to achieve this vision.
We’re looking back at the Ima Hogg Scholarships program. Established in 1956, the scholarship aims to strengthen the mental health workforce, with a special emphasis on social workers.
Having developed a robust and inclusive community collaborative that reflects a diverse and historically underrepresented population, Brooks County is finding ways to support and strengthen mental health and well-being.
Safe and Supportive Schools in Texas
The mental health and emotional impact of COVID-19 on our kids is evident: trauma, depression, substance use, and suicidal thoughts have all risen the last two years. There are strategies that can help create safe and supportive schools.
News and Announcements
Get news, insights and ideas related to our initiatives and the state of mental health in Texas.
Tune In: Music Therapy for Kids
We learn how music therapy helps children of incarcerated parents.
Bridges, not Barriers
Three different people share thoughts on replacing barriers with bridges for Asian American and Pacific Islander mental health.
New Voices Showcase: A Compilation
This compilation contains all accepted New Voices Showcase submissions.
Through a variety of policy initiatives, the Hogg Foundation influences systemic change at the state and local level to improve the mental health and well-being of people across Texas.
These policy priorities represent mental health and substance use issues that we believe deserve the attention of policymakers and advocates.
Mental Health Guide
Navigating mental health systems and services in Texas can be daunting, even for the most informed advocates and policymakers.
Latest Policy Brief
Individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities often lack access to quality services and care despite increased risk of mental health conditions.
Listen to conversations with mental health consumers, practitioners and advocates.
Watch informative interviews, in-depth features, clips from events and more.
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