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Introducing the Palm Health Foundation Brain Health Innovation Fund

Introducing the Palm Health Foundation Brain Health Innovation Fund

Join the movement to lead change in brain health innovation.   Mental health funding in Florida is ranked 49th in the nation, yet we have remarkable assets to build on in Palm Beach County. Palm Health Foundation's Brain Health Innovation Fund will strengthen the local bonds between

Patrick McNamara Named Nonprofit Executive of the Year

Patrick McNamara Named Nonprofit Executive of the Year

  Patrick McNamara, president and CEO of Palm Health Foundation was named Nonprofit Executive of the Year by Nonprofits First at the 2018 Hats Off Nonprofit Awards on October 2, 2018.  The award honors a nonprofit leader whose distinguished achievements have resulted in significant progress

Laughter Yoga to Help Seniors Improve Brain Health

Laughter Yoga to Help Seniors Improve Brain Health

  MEDIA ALERT/PHOTO OPPORTUNITY   Contact: Melanie Otero, Otero Communications, 305-321-6447, melanie@otero.com   Laughter Yoga to Help Seniors Improve Brain Health WHAT:  The Delray Community Wellness Center is hosting a free event for the public to experience laughter yoga,

Palm Health Foundation Launches Month-Long Series to

Palm Health Foundation Launches Month-Long Series to "Train the Brain"

Free October events offer something for everyone to improve brain health   West Palm Beach, Fla.– September 24, 2018— Palm Health Foundation is aiming to have everyone in Palm Beach County focused on brain health during the month of October for its second annual “Train the Brain" campaign. 

The Collective Impact for Behavioral Health Summit

The Collective Impact for Behavioral Health Summit

  In July of 2018, Palm Health Foundation convened community leaders and stakeholders within Palm Beach County’s behavioral health community to participate in a “Collective Impact for Behavioral Health Summit.” The summit was held over the course of two days and was attended by over 120

Better Brain Health Luncheon to Feature TED Talk All-Star, Dr. Helen E. Fisher

Better Brain Health Luncheon to Feature TED Talk All-Star, Dr. Helen E. Fisher

Biological anthropologist to share groundbreaking research on brain chemistry and relationships.   Palm Healthcare Foundation’s second annual Better Brain Health Luncheon, sponsored by Jupiter Medical Center’s Calcagnini Center for Mindfulness, will be held on November 1, 2018 at the Kravis

Results of the Breakthroughs: Leadership Palm Beach County Summit

Results of the Breakthroughs: Leadership Palm Beach County Summit

    On June 15th, Breakthroughs: The Leadership Palm Beach County Summit brought together 300 leaders from private, public and nonprofit sectors to understand three important issues: jobs for ex-offenders, internships for students, and mental health in the workplace.  The minute the summit

Palm Healthcare Foundation supports families affected by the opioid crisis

Palm Healthcare Foundation supports families affected by the opioid crisis

Through the generosity Alice Busch Gronewaldt Fund of Palm Healthcare Foundation, 50,000 was granted to Hanley Foundation. Funding supports project C4OPE, a program designed to connect families who share the experience of a loved one who has died of opioid overdose, survived an overdose, or are at

Campaign for Better Brain Health Progress

Campaign for Better Brain Health Progress

Thank you for supporting Palm Healthcare Foundation’s Campaign for Better Brain Health.  One year ago we announced our 1 million fundraising campaign to improve brain health in Palm Beach County.  It’s amazing what can happen when we all work together.  This year we have raised and invested over

Leading Change for Better Brain Health

Leading Change for Better Brain Health

  The Need Brain health affects everyone. Almost all of us know a person or family member who has been weighed down by mental health or addiction issues. Many of us have personal struggles. A recent article in Scientific American magazine reported that more than 80% of us will develop a