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    ParityTrack Website

    Developed with the Scattergood Foundation, ParityTrack works to aggregate and elevate the parity implementation work taking place across the country

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    Parity Resource Guide for Addiction & Mental Health Consumers, Providers and Advocates

    Newly revised resource developed in collaboration with the Parity Implementation Coalition

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    Kennedy Forum 2015 Conference Materials

    A complete digital package of all the 2015 Kennedy Forum Conference Materials

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    A Year of Accomplishments

    Highlights from the Kennedy Forum's accomplishments in 2015

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    ParityTrack Overview

    An overview of ParityTrack - a new resource by the Kennedy Forum and the Thomas Scattergood Foundation on Behavioral Health

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    Issue Brief - A National Call for Measurement Based Care I Behavioral Health and Primary Care (June 2015)

    An issue brief released by the Kennedy Forum for A NAtional Call for Measurement Based Care in Behavioral Health and Primary Care (June 2015)

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    Brain Health and Brain Fitness

    An issue brief released by the Kennedy Forum on Brain Health and Brain Fitness

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    Kennedy Forum - National Survey Key Finding Memo

    Key finding from our original survey on Mental Health conducted in January 2015

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    One Mind Institute's PsyberGuide

    PsyberGuide is a Kennedy Forum grant-supported consumer tools for managing mental health condition developed by the On Mind Institute

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“We stand on the doorstep to make momentous progress in advancing the cause of this new civil rights struggle started by the work of President Kennedy over 50 years ago.”
— Patrick J. Kennedy
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