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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The name of our organization is “Hogg Foundation for Mental Health.” Any subsequent references in articles and other publications can read “Hogg Foundation” or “the foundation.” The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health logo should be reproduced only from supplied artwork. The logo should not be redrawn or altered in any way. Please reference our Identity Guidelines for more information.
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News and Announcements
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The purpose of the declaration is to call attention to the links between racial injustice and mental health, and how racism undermines our well-being.read more
When it comes to mental health and policing, the goal is simple — everyone goes home safely to see another sunrise. But all too often, this doesn’t happen.read more
Investing in social work students to improve the quality and availability of mental health services across Texas.read more
Listen to conversations with mental health consumers, practitioners and advocates.
Watch informative interviews, in-depth features, clips from events, and more.
Get news and insights related to our initiatives and the state of mental health in Texas.
Hogg Foundation in the News
- University of Texas’ Hogg Foundation moves mental health forward in spirit of Ima Hogg
Austin American-Statesman, September 25, 2020
- How to heal emotional wounds after disaster
Investigate West, September 23, 2020
- In May, Golden’s hard work and determination earned her the Ima Hogg Scholarship
Light and Champion, September 23, 2020
- Better mental health training for police needed
San Antonio Express-News, August 26, 2020
- HOW TO HEAL EMOTIONAL WOUNDS AFTER DISASTER
Center for Public Integrity, August 25, 2020
- We must stop relying on police alone to handle mental health crises
Dallas Morning News, August 25, 2020