News and Events from Bradley Hospital

Join us for Bravo Bradley: Hope through Dance

Bravo Bradley Charting the Future

Get your dancing shoes ready and join the beat for Bravo Bradley: Hope through Dance on Friday, June 7. We’re choreographing a great evening with gala chairs Rosemary and Mehdi Khosrovani for a rhythm-filled event to benefit Bradley Hospital’s crucial funding needs. The night’s fund-a-need will support the Bradley Hospital Family Support Fund, which provides resources for patient families struggling with the financial burdens that can accompany a child’s mental health diagnosis. Learn more

Humanitarians Bill and Tina Carr Honored at Foundation Board Annual Meeting

Bradley Hospital Annual Meeting

On October 11, friends and supporters of Bradley Hospital gathered for the Annual Meeting of the hospital’s Foundation Board of Trustees at Agawam Hunt in Rumford. Lawrence A. Aubin, Sr., Chair of the Lifespan Board of Directors and the Bradley Hospital Board of Trustees, highlighted the hospital’s unique position in the mental health field and lauded its service to families, both locally and nationally. Learn more

2019 Healing Arts Calendars Available – They Make Great Gifts!

Bradley Hospital Healing Arts Calendar

With a donation of $25.00 or more you will receive a FREE gift of a beautiful 2019 Bradley Hospital art therapy calendar. The calendar includes artwork from talented patients across the various Bradley Hospital in-patient and partial hospitalization programs. Learn more

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Bravo Bradley: Charting the Future Featured Video

Proceeds from Bravo Bradley: Charting the Future event and live auction will advance Bradley Hospital’s mission by supporting the programs with the most crucial and pressing funding needs, directly benefiting our patients and their families. Funds raised from the evening’s fund-a-need giving opportunity will support crucial and critical enhancements to our Compass Program. This community-based residential treatment program cares for girls ages 13 through 18 who are struggling with severe mood problems and ways to stay safe.

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