Established in 1940, the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health envisions a future in which the people of Texas thrive in communities that support mental health and well-being. Using a variety of approaches, including grantmaking, convening, research and public policy, the foundation works collaboratively to transform how communities promote mental health in everyday life.
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Without a state agency, who is responsible for addressing racial disparities and health equity in Texas?
Texas needs an office of health equity dedicated to collecting data and developing strategies to repair the damage that has been done.
Hogg Foundation receives $1.1 million from Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to advance mental health and well-being for youth of color and their families
In December, CZI announced a $7 million commitment to 5 community organizations, including Hogg.
The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health is pleased to announce that it was awarded the inaugural Advocacy for Archives award by the Texas Historical Records Advisory Board (THRAB). THRAB established the Advocacy for Archives Award to recognize significant contributions...
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Hogg Foundation in the News
- MEN’S MENTAL HEALTH: ‘MAN UP’ IS NOT THE ANSWER
Latino Health, December 21, 2020
- University of Texas Hogg Foundation receives $1.1 million from Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, wife
Austin American-Statesman, December 17, 2020
- Why the fascinating Ima Hogg is one of Texas’ most celebrated women
Houston Chronicle, December 13, 2020
- Dallas Works to Avoid Sending People in Crisis to Emergency Rooms or Jails
Pew Trusts, December 8, 2020
- The Role of Christian Faith when Facing Mental Illness
Dr. Carol Ministries, December 2, 2020
- Why “Into the Fold” is the Perfect 2020 Podcast
Austin Monthly, December 1, 2020
- University of Texas’ Hogg Foundation declares racism a mental health crisis
Austin American-Statesman, November 20, 2020