For Black History Month, we feature an archival interview with Dr. Melvin Sikes, founder of UT Austin’s Center for Improvement of Intergroup Relations.
Hogg Policy Academy and Policy Fellows to Focus on Child, Youth, and Family Mental Health and Well-being in Next Cohort
The 2024-25 cohort of the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health Policy Academy and Policy Fellows initiative will focus on supporting child, youth, and family mental health and well-being.
Two young changemakers are making a long-term investment in the well-being of their community by empowering youth to engage in civic discourse.
It’s time to recognize community members as the experts in their communities. Effective and sustainable community-level change can’t and won’t happen unless community members are actively involved in the decision and policy-making process.
You more than likely don’t anticipate your child coming home upset that they experienced bullying by another kid at school. What do you do when all your good intentions and thorough preparation falls short in that area?
During this especially divisive time, a strong partnership between two Austin nonprofits is providingmuch-needed mental health support to students, families, and school communities.