Scattergood Foundation

Advancing Innovative Strategies for Change in Behavioral Health

Grant Activity: Current Activity Impacting Communities

Grants Activity

Scattergood Foundation and National Council Announces Fifth Annual Innovation Award

Submissions accepted starting today; award will highlight new and groundbreaking programs in behavioral health from across the United States

(Philadelphia, PA) – The Annual Scattergood Innovation Award opened for nominations today. This will mark the fifth year that the Thomas Scattergood Behavioral Health Foundation has granted the award and the first year of doing so with...

What’s Confusing Us About Mental Health Parity

By: Nathaniel Counts, Timothy Clement, Amanda Mauri, Paul Gionfriddo, and Garry Carneal December 22, 2016   The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA) has been law since 2008. MHPAEA provided that health plans could not limit mental health or substance use disorder benefits in a way that was more restrictive than how most medical/surgical benefits were limited. This sounds simple...

Recovering Inside? Ethical Challenges in Correctional Mental Health Care

Commissioner Charles Ramsey speaking at the Recovering Inside Conference held on October 20,2016 at the National Constitution Center  in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Agenda

8:00-8:45am | Registration & Continental Breakfast

8:45-9:00am | Dominic Sisti: Welcome & Business

9:00-9:15am | Arthur Evans: Opening Comments & Introduction of Commissioner Ramsey

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Beyond Misogyny: Using Hip-Hop as a Tool to Make Sense of Adolescent Identity Development

By: Cassandra Ogbevire, Masters Candidate, University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education

  “Once formed, an identity furnishes individuals with a historical sense of who they have been, a meaningful sense of who they are now, and a sense of who they might become in the future.”  -James Marcia, PhD   Music imitates life. Music refreshes the soul. Music reveals our...

Like-Minded Rally for Mental Health and Substance Use Reform

  Calling all Philadelphians, visitors, Democratic National Convention Delegates, and more to gather for the Like-Minded Rally for Mental Health and Substance Use Reform at Dilworth Park in front of City Hall.   Come to hear from speakers from national and local mental health and substance use organizations and learn more about the National Behavioral...

Psychosis Risk: What Is It and How Should We Talk About It?

By: Dominic A. Sisti, PhD, and Monica E. Calkins, PhD Abstract Schizophrenia and other psychosis spectrum disorders do not develop de novo but emerge from prodromal stages that are named and operationalized differently depending on the research group or consortium and its theoretical orientation. As a result, a complex lexicon now exists for characterizing individuals’ risk of subclinical...

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