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.
Thirteen academic researchers exploring different aspects of mental health in Texas have been awarded $226,770 by the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health.
More Than 300 Attend Hogg Foundation Conference in Houston on Mental Health Needs of Children, Youth and Their Families
More than 300 counselors, teachers, parents and others who work with children in Houston attended a one-day conference to learn about recent trends and strategies for meeting the mental health needs of children, youth and their families.
Colleen Horton, an expert in state and federal disability policies, and Kimberly Zabaneh, an experienced operations and human resources manager, joined the staff of the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health in January 2010.
Renowned mental health experts and consumer advocates Dr. Daniel Fisher and LaVerne Miller, Esq., have been appointed to the National Advisory Council of the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health.
22 Bilingual Graduate Social Work Students Receive $386,000 in Scholarships from the Hogg Foundation
The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health is working to expand Spanish-language mental health services in Texas by awarding $386,000 in full-tuition scholarships to 22 bilingual graduate social work students across the state.
Hogg Foundation Awards Nearly $460,000 in Grants to Address Key Mental Health Policy Issues in Texas
Six Texas-based organizations that are working to address timely, meaningful mental health policy issues in the state have received $456,565 in grants from the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health in November to support their projects.
Hogg Foundation Hires Liaisons with Mental Health Expertise to Represent the Voices of Consumers and Their Families
For the first time in its 68-year history, the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health has hired two liaisons to bring the voices of consumers of mental health services and their families to the foundation's strategic planning, grant making, programs and policy activities.