Houston-area Organizations Receive $10 Million in Grants for Transition-Age Youths and Their Families
The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health at The University of Texas at Austin has awarded eight grants totaling $10 million to service providers in the Houston/Harris County area. The four-year grants are the latest milestone in an ongoing initiative to identify and address the mental health needs of transition-age youths and their families.
The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health at The University of Texas at Austin has awarded grant funds totaling $1.1 million to expand the East Texas Coalition for Mental Health Recovery (ETCMHR). The grant funds will be used to add six mental health services providers as members of the coalition, to continue the work of the… » Continue Reading
Harris County Department of Education Receives Hogg Foundation Grant to Fund Training in Children’s Mental Health
The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health at The University of Texas at Austin has awarded the Harris County Department of Education (HCDE) the 2013 Ima Hogg Community Education Grant for Children’s Mental Health. The five-year, $97,000 grant will launch a broad training initiative to increase knowledge of children’s mental health among non-mental health professionals who… » Continue Reading
The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health at The University of Texas at Austin has selected three sites and one consortium to receive grants totaling $770,765 to support internship programs in obtaining American Psychological Association (APA) accreditation.
Hogg Foundation Awards $2 Million in Grants to Benefit Mental Health Services for Houston-area Children
The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health has awarded about $2,056,000 in grants to continue developing and strengthening mental health services and supports for children, youth and families in Houston and Harris County.
Four Austin-based nonprofit organizations have received $408,017 in grants from the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health to work toward meaningful, systemic changes in public policy that will advance mental health services for children and adults in Texas.
The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health at The University of Texas at Austin has selected three grant sites for a $1.6 million initiative to create internships for doctoral psychology students that will help alleviate mental health workforce shortages in Texas.
Hogg Foundation Funds New Initiative to Provide Safer, More Effective Alternatives to Seclusion and Restraint
The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health at The University of Texas at Austin is funding a new statewide initiative to help residential treatment centers adopt safer, more effective tools than traumatic and potentially deadly seclusion and restraint practices commonly used to manage the behavior of children and youth.
Hogg Foundation and St. Luke’s Join Forces to Fund Children’s Mental Health Training for Houston Adults
The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health and St. Luke's Episcopal Health Charities together are funding four children’s mental health training programs for adults who work with children and youth in the Houston area but aren’t mental health professionals.
Five outstanding Texas graduate students of social work have been awarded the prestigious Ima Hogg Scholarship for Mental Health for the 2011-2012 academic year, at a time when Texas is facing critical shortages in the state's mental health workforce.