Scattergood Foundation

Advancing Innovative Strategies for Change in Behavioral Health
/ / / / / INNOVATION AWARD

Thank you to our partner, the National Council for Behavioral Health, our judges, the 66 applicants, and almost 2,000 of you who voted!

/ / / / / COMMUNITY IMPACT

Scattergood Foundation & Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation released a series of six papers that address ways to continue and protect the recent progress of behavioral health policy.

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137,000 PA residents would likely lose their jobs
The Scattergood Foundation  -  February 23, 2017
if the ACA is to be repealed, says new Pennsylvania Health Funders Collaborative report
Is President Trump Causing Toxic Stress?
ScattergoodEthics  -  February 20, 2017
Commentary from Dom Sisti, PhD and Cindy Baum-Baicker, PhD
Roundup of Recent Stories about the Brain
WHYY  -  February 17, 2017
Check out these three featured stories from The Pulse on WHYY
Building on Arthur Evans' legacy:
The Scattergood Foundation  -  February 9, 2017
Next steps for behavioral health in Philadelphia
Introducing the 2017 Emerging Scholars Fellows
Active Minds, Inc.  -  January 23, 2017
You can follow their research and work over the next five months!
Accepting Applications Now!
The Scattergood Foundation  -  January 9, 2017
Award will highlight new and groundbreaking programs in behavioral health from across the United States!
What "Repeal & Replace" could mean for BH
Parity Track  -  January 3, 2017
Commentary from the ParityTrack Team on potential changes to health care reform under the new administration.
What’s Confusing Us About Mental Health Parity
Parity Track  -  December 23, 2016
"We still don’t have all the answers. The issues these efforts have uncovered are numerous."
Building A Data-Driven Nonprofit Sector in Philly
The Scattergood Foundation  -  November 27, 2016
The Scattergood Fdn quickly recognized there was a lack of data-driven decision-making among nonprofit organizations
Place Matters Report Released
The Scattergood Foundation  -  November 7, 2016
Study finds that 39 of Philadelphia’s 46 zip codes, fall above the national average for need.
RECOVERING INSIDE?
ScattergoodEthics  -  October 21, 2016
Ethical Challenges in Correctional Mental Health Care Conference was held on October 20th. Watch the archived video!
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.