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
Clarity Child Guidance Center has been awarded $126,745 by the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health to expand access to mental health care for children in San Antonio.
The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health at The University of Texas at Austin has awarded $656,000 in grants to fund six projects working toward meaningful, systemic changes in public policy that will advance the mental health of children, youths and adults in Texas.
The Hogg Foundation at The University of Texas at Austin has awarded $720,950 to support the planning and implementation of integrated behavioral and physical health care programs at 10 organizations across Texas.
The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health at The University of Texas at Austin has selected The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) to receive $550,000 over five years to create the El Paso Psychology Internship Consortium. The consortium internship positions will allow doctoral psychology students to perform one year of supervised training, a requirement to complete their degrees.
Ten professors in Texas have been awarded grants by the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health to conduct innovative academic research in mental health. The one-year grants are capped at $17,500 each. The 10 research projects were selected from a pool of 44 proposals submitted by assistant professors who are on the tenure track at universities… » Continue Reading
The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health has awarded the $20,000 Harry E. and Bernice M. Moore Fellowship to Esther Sullivan, a doctoral candidate in sociology from The University of Texas at Austin. The fellowship was established in 1995 in memory of Dr. Harry E. Moore, a University of Texas at Austin professor and sociologist who… » Continue Reading
Five recent graduates of law, social work, public policy or other graduate programs will receive intensive training, education and experience in mental health advocacy and policy work through the Hogg Mental Health Policy Fellow Grants project.
Attorney, educator and executive Dr. Lynda Frost has been named director of planning and programs at the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health and appointed as a clinical associate professor in the Department of Educational Administration at The University of Texas at Austin.