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    Below find a selection of DBHIDS-related videos. Stay up to date on our latest videos by subscribing to the DBHIDS YouTube channel.

    DBHIDS CMO & COVID Vaccine


    DBHIDS Chief Medical Officer Dr. Sosunmolu Shoyinka shares his experience receiving the COVID-19 vaccine

    My Body is a Monument An Evening with Caroline Williams


    Explore the perspectives of Black women and women of color and the trauma of racism fueled by the serial acts of oppression.

    Narcan Overdose Reversal


    DBHIDS’ Education and Training Unit present: Steps for administering Narcan to reverse opioid overdose.

    P.A.C.E. Strategic Framework


    Prioritizing to Address our Changing Environment

    Population Health


    How can the Population Health approach help the community reach its health goals?

    DBHIDS Access to Care


    Access to Care for all people living in Philadelphia.

    DBHIDS Peer Support Tool Kit Launch Event


    DBHIDS’ new toolkit is designed to support behavioral health treatment agencies with the process of integrating peer providers into their service settings.

    Engaging Males of Color – Beyond Expectations: Q&A


    This video post features the stories of Christian A’Xavier Lovehall, a transgender man who talks about his mental health journey.

    Engaging Males of Color – Beyond Expectations: Happy Meal


    This video post features the stories of Christian A’Xavier Lovehall, a transgender man who talks about his mental health journey.

    Engaging Males of Color – Beyond Expectations: Wordz


    This video post features the stories of Christian A’Xavier Lovehall, a transgender man who talks about his mental health journey.

    Engaging Males of Color – Beyond Expectations: Passing


    This video post features the stories of Christian A’Xavier Lovehall, a transgender man who talks about his mental health journey.

    Engaging Males of Color – Beyond Expectations: A Storytelling Series


    With the pressures of daily life and our societal stigma associated with mental health challenges, how can males of color engage in a thoughtful, honest and supportive dialogue about mental health?

    PTSD & Veteran’s Mental Health – Q&A with Russell | Engaging Males of Color – Beyond Expectations


    A veteran of the United States Army, Russell lives with PTSD, something that affects his daily life. Watch these videos about veteran’s mental health.

    PTSD & Veteran’s Mental Health – The Bottom | Engaging Males of Color – Beyond Expectations


    A veteran of the United States Army, Russell lives with PTSD, something that affects his daily life. Watch these videos about veteran’s mental health.

    PTSD & Veteran’s Mental Health – The Ride | Engaging Males of Color – Beyond Expectations


    A veteran of the United States Army, Russell lives with PTSD, something that affects his daily life. Watch these videos about veteran’s mental health.

    PTSD & Veteran’s Mental Health – The Dream | Engaging Males of Color – Beyond Expectations


    A veteran of the United States Army, Russell lives with PTSD, something that affects his daily life. Watch these videos about veteran’s mental health.

    PTSD & Veteran’s Mental Health – My Turn | Engaging Males of Color – Beyond Expectations


    A veteran of the United States Army, Russell lives with PTSD, something that affects his daily life. Watch these videos about veteran’s mental health.

    Promoting Mentally Healthy Cities – A talk by Dr. Arthur Evans


    The NSW Mental Health Commission in Australia hosted Dr. Arthur Evans at its annual meeting in August 2016. Dr. Evans presented a talk – “Promoting Mentally Healthy Cities.”

    DBHIDS: Transformation Decade


    In 2005, DBHIDS set out to improve and transform the city’s behavioral health and intellectual disability services system. Ten years later, in 2015, DBHIDS held a community-wide recognition event to celebrate its accomplishments and recognize the many individuals and community partners who transformed the city’s system.

    2016 Philly Happening List Bash Interview


    Dr. Arthur Evans is interviewed at the 2016 Philly Happening List Red Carpet Bash at Front & Palmer. Dr. Evans was named Philadelphia “Power Person” of the year for 2016.

    Transformation Decade Video


    Watch the DBHIDS Recovery Transformation Video and see how Philadelphia’s Recovery Transformation continues to have a positive impact on the lives of people with behavioral health needs.

    Drs. Beck and Evans Discuss Evidence-Based Practices


    Within the span of a few decades Dr. Aaron T. Beck, widely regarded as the “Father of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy,” has changed the way we think about mental health treatment. In 2007 the city of Philadelphia’s Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services (DBHIDS), and Dr. Aaron Beck joined in a collaboration unlike any other to bring Cognitive Behavioral Therapy out of academia and into Philadelphia’s behavioral health system.

    Porch Light Program


    The Porch Light Program – a groundbreaking public art approach to achieving health and wellness in Philadelphia. Porch Light works closely with communities to uplift public art as an expression of community resilience and a vehicle of personal and community healing.

    Autumn Journey


    Using the poem and musical composition called “Autumn Journey,” both by Mr. Leslie Burrs of Opera North, Inc., Citygate Films created this interpretive visual piece to poetically portray the innovative changes happening in the behavioral health field in Philadelphia, Pa.

    Dr. Beck Honored with Transformation Decade Award


    Dr. Arthur Evans presenting Dr. Aaron T. Beck with the Transformation Champion Award for his distinguished contribution to the field.

    2015 Recovery Walks!

    Department Publications

    DBHIDS Annual Report 2019-2020


    DBHIDS Annual Report 2018-2019


    About Us Brochure

    Click to view (PDF download)


    P.A.C.E. Strategic Framework

    Prioritizing to Address our Changing Environment
    Click to view (PDF download)

    More to come.