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Hogg Foundation for Mental Health · Episode 142: Empowering Girls in 2023 Challenged by time constraints, small budgets, and a lack of expertise, many small nonprofit organizations struggle to successfully engage in public policy. With the goal of increasing these...
Not long after the Hogg Foundation was established in 1940, Texas was swept up in the growing movement to reform neglected state asylums.
Our policy team speaks about what to expect from the upcoming session and mental health policy work in politically polarized times.
We support research and learning, practice and implementation, and policy initiatives to achieve this vision.
Our podcast is a way for us to influence dialogue and learn more about mental health and well-being. Let’s take a look back at the episodes of 2022.
I swore I was destined to be alone. I watched my mother get married to the same man with a different face four times and each marriage ended in disaster.
In the 2020 U.S. Census, Texas is estimated to have had a 1.9 percent undercount, a potential loss of $1.9 billion per year for the state – and over $19 billion over the next decade.
“Pizza” is probably not the first word that comes to mind when recalling the recent pandemic and its profound effects on the state of a family’s mental health.
I sat in my writing room with my headphones on in hopes of drowning out the sounds of everyone’s Zoom meetings. I was miserable from all our family togetherness.