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Benefit for the Brain 2019


Wednesday, November 13, 2019


The Highlands |7001 Sheaff Ln, Fort Washington, PA 19034


Butlered & Station Hors d’Oeuvres | Wine & Beer | Signature Cocktail |Valet Parking |Raffle Baskets | Jazz Duo


It was a wonderful evening to celebrate the remarkable efforts in the area of treatment and recovery for mental illness. All proceeds from the event support the mission-driven work of our Affiliate which hosts education programs, facilitates support groups, provides mental health trainings, advocates for access to services, and offers a compassionate place to turn for thousands in our community living with and/or impacted by mental illness.




We are honored to announce the 2019 Award Recipients:

2019 Scientific Research Award
Steven P. Levine, M.D.

Dr. Steve Levine is a board-certified psychiatrist and internationally-recognized expert in the use of ketamine for psychiatric indications, among the first in the world to offer outpatient treatment. He is the founder and Chief Medical Officer of Actify Neurotherapies, an innovative, interventional psychiatry practice with 9 locations in 8 states whose mission is to improve the lives of people with depression and other mental health disorders.  Actify’s outcomes have been published and presented around the world.

Dr. Levine graduated with honors/Phi Beta Kappa from Johns Hopkins University, received an academic scholarship to Tulane University School of Medicine, and completed internship and residency in psychiatry at New York – Presbyterian Hospital – Weill Cornell. He then completed fellowship sub-specialty training in psychosomatic medicine/psycho-oncology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center/New York Presbyterian Hospital. His free time is devoted to family, reading, and being humbled by CrossFit.


2019 Impact Award 
Access Services: Adult Behavioral Health Service Line

Our service line hopes to serve communities beyond just the services we provide.  We wish to partner with others serving in the same spaces to magnify our individual impacts and to realize the public and private collaboration that strengthens individuals and families.  We know that real change for individuals, families, and communities requires all of us. 

Philosophy of Care
The philosophy of care is a set of good ideas that informs us of the way we should do our work. The philosophy of care inspires us to pursue excellence in all aspects of our work and directs our path as we move forward. The philosophy encompasses the entire agency, our staff and associates and the people we serve. It provides a standard for working together.

Our philosophy of care values all people and their uniqueness. It emphasizes the whole person – physical, emotional, social and spiritual and focuses on the key helping relationship between staff and the people we serve.

The Adult Behavioral Health Service Line includes the following programs in Montco:

  • Mobile Crisis
  • Starting Point (mobile psych rehab)
  • Justice Related Services (case management for individuals with serious mental illness in the forensic system)
  • The Peer Support Talk Line/Teen Talk Line (warmlines)
  • Homeless Street Outreach
  • Intersect (supporting the connections between faith communities and human services)
  • Hope 4 Tomorrow (suicide education and prevention in schools)
  • QPR delivery to community and schools


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