Hogg Foundation Blog
Get news, insights and ideas related to our initiatives and the state of mental health in Texas.
I am a human being… right…? I was born into this world by human beings. Just as everyone else was, If that’s the case…why do I feel like such an alien…?
When the pandemic forced the shutdown of my job in March 2020 it wasn’t the first time I faced major setbacks in my recovery journey.
Podcast: Velta Breyna, a recent graduate of UT Austin and creator of an art project to give voice to and raise awareness of neurodiverse students of color like herself.
Each year, the Hogg Foundation awards Ima Hogg Scholarships to graduate social work students who have committed to joining the mental health workforce. An investment in their post-graduate careers is an investment in improving the quality of mental health services...
Reflecting on a Collaborative Inquiry workshop and its relevance to minority mental health.
M. Yvonne Taylor’s research explores how historically White institutions’ structure affects those who have marginalized identities.
Jaylen Wright, doctoral candidate at the University of Texas at Austin, is the latest Moore Fellowship winner.
PODCAST: We speak with a doula and a mother and client, to learn more about building a community of care for Black women.
What I remember most were the blinding red and blue lights! At four years old, I was very frightened as a police officer took me from my home.