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
Check out our recent op-eds, press releases, grant announcements and more.
Improving mental health for Texans cannot be achieved while communities of color are undervalued, unequal, and systemically oppressed.read more
The foundation is excited to announce that it has awarded a one-time grant of $60,000 to Dell Medical School to support front line workers of the COVID-19 pandemic.read more
The foundation is excited to announce that 10 nonprofit advocacy groups received grants over 2 years to hire in-house policy fellows.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
- Local Resources for Minority Mental Health
Austin Monthly, July 14, 2020
- FUNDERS SUPPORT MENTAL HEALTH CARE: COVID-19 AND BEFORE
HealthAffairs, July 7, 2020
- GCSW Student Awarded Imma Hogg Foundation Scholarship
University of Houston, July 7, 2020
- Men’s mental health: ‘Man up’ is not the answer
Medical News Today, June 21, 2020
- Mental health services in the age of COVID-19
Texas Department of Insurance, June 16, 2020
- Health care workers will feel stress of coronavirus long after pandemic is over, researchers say
Austin American-Statesman, June 16, 2020