AUSTIN, Texas — A new study correlating brain activity with how people make decisions suggests that when individuals engage in risky behavior, such as drunk driving or unsafe sex, it’s probably not because their brains’ desire systems are too active, but because their self-control systems are not active enough.
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
The College of Education has received a $418,305 federal grant to provide specialized training to 15 educational psychology doctoral students who will be working with integrated health care teams to deliver behavioral health services to underserved populations.
Ten tenure-track assistant professors in Texas have been awarded $192,130 in grants by the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health to conduct innovative research in mental health.
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 has selected David Glisch-Sánchez, a doctoral candidate in the Department of Sociology at The University of Texas at Austin, as the 2013 recipient of the Harry E. and Bernice M. Moore Fellowship. Glisch-Sánchez was awarded $20,000 to complete his dissertation research.
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.
A $480,000 federal grant will fund master’s degree students in the School of Social Work at The University of Texas at Austin for a program that will prepare them to work as behavioral health specialists in health care facilities that treat underserved populations.
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.
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.