Scattergood offers behavioral health innovation database

Explore innovations in behavioral health from across the country in the Scattergood Innovation Award Online Database.

The annual Scattergood Innovation Award was developed to recognize and support innovation in behavioral health across the country. In the past seven years, the Foundation has received more than 450 nominations and has awarded a total of $175,000 to seven innovative programs across the country.

One of our goals for the award program has been to catalogue these innovative programs in a searchable, online database so that behavioral health practitioners, funders, and advocates can see exciting new developments and technologies across the country and in their own backyards. We hope that the submissions database can be used as a tool of connection and co-learning for the entire field.

You can search the database by the following categories:
• The year the innovative program submitted their application to the Award;
• The state where the innovative program takes place;
• The application’s winner status as an applicant, honorary mention, finalist or winner of the Award;
• The intervention’s program type;
• The target population the innovative program aims to serve; and
• The setting where the innovation program is delivered.
Currently, the database houses submissions from 2017-2019 and we will be working toward including submissions from 2013-2016 in the coming months. Stay tuned!

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Caitlin O’Brien, Director of Learning and Community Impact. To view the database, go here.