Grants

Marshall University receives grant to increase behavioral health providers in rural areas

Marshall University has been awarded more than $850,000 in effort to increase the number of behavioral health providers serving underserved populations and people in rural areas. “Providing funding to enhance behavioral health workforce capacity is a worthwhile investment,” said Amy Saunders, director of Marshall’s Wellness Center.

Integrating a Fragmented System of Care

For caregivers, accessing much needed services – like mental health, child welfare, substance use, social services and physical health – is not easy due in part to a fragmented system of care. In 2012, Harris County Protective Services (HCPS) received funding from the Hogg Foundation to implement an integrated health care program for children in Read more

$2 Million in Grants Awarded to Improve Mental Health in Schools

Seven Texas nonprofit entities are receiving grants from the Hogg Foundation to improve student academic achievement by supporting mental health. The grants continue the foundation’s commitment to child and adolescent mental health, its growing investment in early intervention and prevention, and its support of humane, evidence-based alternatives to punitive disciplinary practices.

Department of Psychiatry and Hogg Foundation Partner to Revolutionize Health Professional Training

Dell Medical School is committed to revolutionizing how people get and stay healthy, with a particular focus on serving the most vulnerable and underserved populations. We know that mental health is critical to sustaining physical health, and so the Department of Psychiatry is leading the medical school’s efforts to integrate mental health services within all Read more

Hogg Foundation Awards More Than $1 Million in Grants to Address Social Determinants of Mental Health

The grants, which total more than $1 million, aim to eliminate disparities by addressing the social determinants of mental health. They reflect the foundation’s growing interest in community-level factors that influence individual mental health and wellness, as well as build upon the foundation’s work in advancing integrated health care in Texas.

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