Behavioral Health Policy Papers
Lloyd Sederer, MD
The Thomas Scattergood Behavioral Health Foundation and Peg’s Foundation believe that now more than ever philanthropic support in the area of policy is critical to improving the health outcomes for all. The two foundations have commissioned a series of six papers that address ways to continue and protect the recent progress of behavioral health policy.
On January 30, 2017 a consortium of experts in mental health and addictions care met in Philadelphia to discuss the development of a series of papers on behavioral health policy that aim to influence ongoing deliberations around health care reform. The group consisted of strategic and tactical experts, who provided input on prioritization of topics and guidance on how to craft papers to promote effective advocacy. Please continue to visit the site for the release of additional papers! View all the papers.
- America’s Opioid Epidemic
- Behavioral Health and the Individual Health Insurance Market:
- Preserving Key Elements of Reform
- Fentanyl and the Evolving Opioid Epidemic: What Strategies Should Policymakers Consider?
- The Current Medicaid Policy Debate and Implications for Behavioral Healthcare in the United States
- Improving Outcomes for People with Serious Mental Illness and Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorders in Contact with the Criminal Justice System
- Coordinated Specialty Care for First-Episode Psychosis:
- An Example of Financing for Specialty Programs
- Suicide Is a Significant Health Problem
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