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Wear your brain on your chest
Active Minds, Inc. - January 3, 2014
… and your heart on your sleeve! Encourage, engage, and support conversations about mental health & ACTIVE MINDS!
The bar set high for conservation work in Tacony!
Jason Sandman - December 20, 2013
A diverse crew of 10 students and 2 leaders removed invasives and trash and planted 80+ trees in Tacony Creek Park.
COVERING IMMIGRANTS AND REFUGEES
Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma - December 6, 2013
Follow the workshop on twitter #dartconf. See what the speakers and participants are discussing over the next two days.
Metrics, Money, & the Ethics of Behavioral Health
The Scattergood Foundation - December 5, 2013
An opportunity for stakeholders to discuss the implications of healthcare reform & the economy on the B.H. system.
What Economics & Addiction Tell Us…
UPenn Perelman School of Medicine - December 3, 2013
We still do not completely understand whether changing the brain alters behavior but work is starting to bridge the gap.
Stigma is Public Prejudice Based on Ignorance
Tim Clement - December 2, 2013
Stigma begins in public but can be internalized as well.
Is the refrigerator the new medicine cabinet?
Drexel Univeristy Health Management & Policy - November 27, 2013
The brain is the most active organ in the human body and consumes about 20-30% of a person's energy intake at rest.
It is critical to understand the power of words
ScattergoodEthics - November 20, 2013
Ethics and Mental Health Journalism: The Difficult Case of Borderline Personality Disorder by Dr. Dominic Sisti.
Late Autumn in Tacony Creek
Jason Sandman - November 12, 2013
Learn how to take part in Philadelphia's Love Your Park Service Day this Saturday!
Getting Through Thanksgiving, NIce and Easy
Drexel Univeristy Health Management & Policy - November 12, 2013
We all prepare in many different ways for the holiday season. Is mentally preparing on your to do list?
Bed bugs among problems at some N.J. boarding home
WHYY - November 1, 2013
An audio report of what it is really like inside some boarding homes for the mentally ill.
Covering Immigrants and Mental Health
Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma - November 1, 2013
A workshop for reporters, photographers & news managers on covering immigrants and refugees and mental health issues.
The Importance of Childhood
UPenn Perelman School of Medicine - November 1, 2013
What is the relationship between adverse childhood events, health, and economics?
50 Years After the Community Mental Health Act
Tim Clement - October 31, 2013
Much has improved for people with mental illness since 1963, but prejudice is an obstacle that still remains
The Philadelphia Urban ACE Study
Institute for Safe Families - October 28, 2013
The study found that 40.5% of Philadelphia adults witnessed violence while growing up.
Why Should We Talk About Spirituality?
The Scattergood Foundation - October 25, 2013
A Guide to Leading Spirituality Support Groups in Behavioral Health Care Settings
2013 Youth Media Award Winner Radiant
Youth Media Awards- WHYY - October 23, 2013
Watch the winners of the Thomas Scattergood Behavioral Health Youth Media Award: Radiant and Grown-up to Growing Up.
Green Space As A Tool To Improve Health
Jason Sandman - October 22, 2013
Key partnerships help to make Tacony Creek Park a place to improve individual's health and wellness.
Year 3 Kick-off of Building Agency Capacity Grant
The Consultation Center at Yale University - October 21, 2013
15 Organizations are not only recipients of the same grant but a learning collaborative around evaluation.
Advocates are not the PC Police
Tim Clement - October 20, 2013
Objections to stereotypes are about discouraging prejudice and discrimination, not insensitivity
Receive $25K for your Behavioral Health Innovation
The Scattergood Foundation - October 14, 2013
Seeking nominations for the second annual Scattergood Foundation Innovation Award!
The field of behavioral health is changing rapidly
WHYY - October 14, 2013
Voices in the Family show highlights innovation patient care with Pat Deegan, Molly Kreider Viscardi, & Arthur Evans.
A Running Regimen & Mental Health
Drexel Univeristy Health Management & Policy - October 11, 2013
How important is physical activity to your mental health?
Brandon Marshall Raises Awareness
Tim Clement - October 11, 2013
Green cleats shine a spotlight on Mental Health Awareness Week
Mentally ill need support, not stigma
The Scattergood Foundation - October 5, 2013
Daily News article discussing mental illness after the recent events in D.C. with comments from Joe Pyle, TSF President.
Philly Cafe Serves Something Different
WHYY - October 1, 2013
A local offers coffee, cake, and frank conversations about death
The Tragedy of Mental Health Law
The Scattergood Foundation - October 1, 2013
Opening Closed Doors: How privacy and liberty may be closing doors to families who can help
Obesity: Insights from Health Economics
UPenn Perelman School of Medicine - September 29, 2013
An exploratory look at obesity in the United States and the thorny questions regarding solutions
Mental Health and Violence
Tim Clement - September 27, 2013
Mental health treatment as violence prevention: Sending the wrong message?
Releasing Mental Health Care From Prison
ScattergoodEthics - September 19, 2013
The cost of treating individuals with mental illness in prison vs. the community isn't sustainable or morally acceptable
Back to School in Tacony Creek Park
Jason Sandman - September 16, 2013
As the youth head back to school, reflection on the summer is helping to impact the planning for the coming year.
N.J. Mom Casts Widen Net to Prevent Suicide
WHYY - September 12, 2013
A mother turns loss into an opportunity to educate others.