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Advancing Innovative Strategies for Change in Behavioral Health
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The Like Minded Rally on July 26, 2016 included thought leaders, consumers, family members, providers and more demanding change for the system.

Enabling Positive Community Impact
/ / / / / COMMUNITY IMPACT

The funding partners are excited that the demand for the Building Evaluation Capacity Initiative continues to grow. Selected organizations will be announced in September.

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There is no time for indifference
Drexel University School of Public Health  -  September 15, 2016
Today, 78 Americans die every day from an opioid overdose. That is more than 28,000 people a year.
Check out this new student blog!
The Scattergood Foundation  -  August 9, 2016
Beyond Misogyny: Using Hip-Hop as a Tool to Make Sense of Adolescent Identity Development
Like-Minded Rally
The Scattergood Foundation  -  July 7, 2016
Join us on July 26 at 3:30pm for the Like-Minded Rally for Mental Health and Substance Use Reform in Dilworth Park!
Psychosis Risk: A Complex Lexicon
ScattergoodEthics  -  June 6, 2016
What Is It and How Should We Talk About It? Published in AMA by Dominic A. Sisti, PhD, and Monica E. Calkins, PhD
BEYOND EXPECTATIONS: ENGAGING MALES OF COLOR
The Scattergood Foundation  -  April 4, 2016
A Co-Production with Philadelphia DBHIDS's, Philadelphia School District, and First Person Arts.
Giving Asylum?
ScattergoodEthics  -  March 28, 2016
The Ethics of Long-Term, Structured Care for People with Severe, Refractory Mental Illness
2014 Scholar Publishes Research
Active Minds, Inc.  -  March 21, 2016
Emerging Scholar Danielle Adams earns first author publication in the Journal of American College Health
First in a Three Part on the NIMH
WHYY  -  March 18, 2016
Burning psychiatry's bible: A new framework for diagnosing mental illness.
Friends in Need: The Early Hospital Documents
Haverford College Library  -  March 4, 2016
Friends Hospital’s records are available to a wider world as part of Haverford’s Quaker & Special Collections.
Physician, heal thyself?
WHYY  -  February 22, 2016
Why more young doctors are depressed. 'I remember feeling... like a huge failure'
Have you abandoned your New Year's resolution?
The Scattergood Foundation  -  February 3, 2016
And could a trauma-informed approach help you stick to it?
New USPSTF Depression Screening Recommendations
Amanda Mauri  -  January 29, 2016
New screening recommendations remind us of research disparities between behavioral health and other medical care
Welcome the ESF Class of 2016
Active Minds, Inc.  -  January 26, 2016
Eight Students Receive Funding to Expand Research, Discourse and Literature Devoted to Mental Health
YMHFA Program in Coatesville area lauded
Brandywine Health Foundation  -  January 21, 2016
Two feature articles about the YMHFA Program in Coatesville! Check the progress that has been made for this community.
The Liberation of a Unique Determination
Drexel University School of Public Health  -  January 18, 2016
“Today You are You, that is truer than true! There is no one alive who is You-er than You!” - Dr. Seuss
Health Providers' Opinions Needed
The Scattergood Foundation  -  January 12, 2016
Complete this survey by January 29th, to help set the policy agenda around mental health and substance abuse parity.
"The Biggest Gift of All"
Active Minds, Inc.  -  January 11, 2016
Learn why Jessica Harvath-Hilgeman valued her experiences in the Emerging Scholar Fellowship.
Obama Admin. include mental health in exec. orders
The Scattergood Foundation  -  January 7, 2016
On January 6, 2016 President Obama took executive action on gun violence with some measures related to mental health.
Bridging Community Development and Health
Brandywine Health Foundation  -  December 18, 2015
Youth Mental Health First Aid: Implementation Lessons from Pennsylvania
The UN must include ALL MH/SUDs on indicator list
Amanda Mauri  -  December 14, 2015
The disease burden, financial cost & significant comorbidity between MH/SUDs requires the development of more indicators