In July of 2020, the Hogg Foundation published the 100th episode of its podcast, Into the Fold: Issues in Mental Health. Launched in 2014, the podcast served as a new way to share the human implications of our grantmaking, and the experiences related to mental health broadly. Through interviews and thought-provoking dialogue, the podcast also highlights the challenges and achievements of mental health advocates, policymakers, service providers, researchers, persons with lived experience, and foundation staff.
In recognition of this milestone, we are highlighting our blog series showcasing a variety of our favorite podcast episodes.
And please subscribe to the podcast! To subscribe, search for “Into the Fold: Issues in Mental Health” on Apple Podcasts, TuneIn, Google Play Music and Spotify.
In these episodes, we discuss the connections between mental health and the larger systems we interact with every day, like schools, health centers and justice systems.
In these episodes, experts look at the work of the Hogg Foundation through a historic lens, making connections between the past and present of mental health in Texas.
In these episodes, guests give light to the need to create a more just world that promotes the mental health of all people, with a focus on historically excluded or marginalized populations.
This collection of episodes puts the focus on place and the community conditions that support or erode mental health.
In these episodes, people with lived experience of mental illness and recovery show us that they are not just survivors of their circumstances, but agents for change.
In these episodes, experts offer simple, actionable tips for staying focused on what matters when life starts to overwhelm.