Summer 2022
Bravo Bradley 2022

A Record $1.2 Million Raised During Bravo Bradley!

Bradley Hospital raised a record $1.2 million during its largest annual fundraiser, Bravo Bradley, held on June 24 at the Aquidneck Club in Portsmouth. The hospital’s donor community took its already incredible generosity to a new level at a time when it is needed more than ever – amid the current national pediatric mental health crisis.

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Bradley REACH

Delivering Care Across the Country
Through Bradley REACH

In response to the alarming surge in need for mental and behavioral health care among children and adolescents, Bradley Hospital has developed an innovative telehealth solution called Bradley REACH™ (Remote eTherapy for Adolescents and Children). The new program is set to deliver the hospital’s partial and intensive outpatient programs – including those for mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and co-occurring disorders – to patients’ homes in partnership with hospitals and health centers throughout the country.

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Thank you for your support

We Are Grateful for Your Support

Bradley Hospital Foundation is proud to recognize its generous supporters. Philanthropy enables Bradley Hospital to provide expert, family-focused care to children and adolescents with psychological, developmental, and behavioral problems, through a wide range of inpatient, outpatient, residential, and partial hospital programs. Many thanks for your generosity!

2021 Honor Roll of Supporters

Read the Latest Issue of Free the Future

Included in this issue… A look at one family’s experience with Bradley’s Parent Psychoeducational Psychotherapy (PEP) Group, plus a Q&A with Bradley REACH™ Director Ellen Hallsworth, information about SafeQuest’s expansion to help a greater number of kids, and more.

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Bradley Bulletin 2022

Summer Schedules

Summer Schedules and Why Children Need Them

By Gina M. Marini, MA, LICSW

Summer is upon us, meaning one thing: school is out! Summer vacation offers children a time to relax and recharge after the long school year. While children delight in this time, many struggle with the loss of routine.

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Practicing Gratitude

The Power of Gratitude

In 2020, during the first few months of the pandemic, Sonig Schiller’s then 11-year-old daughter, Sadie, was struggling with anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, and disordered eating. And the social isolation associated with attending school remotely only worsened her symptoms.

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Lifespan Annual Report 2021

Lifespan Annual Report 2021

The fiscal year 2021 Lifespan annual report showcases the advances and milestones of the past year, describes many awards and distinctions received across the system including our philanthropic successes, as well as our most recent efforts to enhance healthcare in our state and neighborhoods.

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Monthly giving

Monthly Giving: A Small Gift Can Make a Big Difference

When you give monthly, you ensure that your generosity helps the patients and families of Bradley Hospital each and every day. It is easy and convenient. You will not need to write a check every time you make a donation.

Become a Monthly Giver

Social media pros and cons

Pros and Cons of Social Media

by Frances Dalomba, LICSW

Multitasking has become a common theme in our lives. It’s a wonder how we manage it all. We depend on our smartphones for work, school, our personal and social lives. When was the last time you left home without your phone and kept on going? The internet has become a significant part of our daily lives. So too has social media. And it is having an impact on today’s teens.

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