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.
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.
Ten students at Texas graduate social work programs have received $50,000 in special scholarship awards honoring the 70th anniversary of the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health.
Texas graduate students of social work are invited to apply for the prestigious Ima Hogg Scholarship for Mental Health for the 2010–2011 academic year. The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health awards up to five $5,000 scholarships each year to graduate social work students in Texas. Miss Ima Hogg created the program in 1956 to increase… » Continue Reading
An estimated 10,000 children and youth in high-need areas of Houston and Harris County will receive mental health services in the next three years through a $7.8 million grant initiative funded by the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health.
Hogg Foundation Offers Up to $9 Million in Grants Over Three Years for Children’s Mental Health Services in Houston and Harris County
The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health plans to award up to $3 million a year in grants in the next three years to expand and improve mental health services for children and families in Houston and Harris County.