FCP pledges to help solve problems related to the behavioral health and human service needs of children, young adults and their families, inspire youth, and create partnerships to enhance the quality of life in Bucks County. Therefore, we pledge our resources to fulfill our mission, vision, and values.
Our Pledge of Service
Our Goals & Objectives
- Respond to behavioral health and human service needs
- Encourage development of innovative services and collaboration through grants and educational support
- Engage the nonprofit community in resolving issues of concern
- Offer service learning opportunities to qualified young adults to help meet community needs
- Support research efforts to identify practical and effective treatment guidelines and share this knowledge with stakeholders
Grantee: Bucks County Community College
To be a catalyst for improving the quality of life in Bucks County, Pa. We believe that:
- Human services concerns can be identified and resolved within the local community.
- Private and public organizations working together can address unmet service needs and other underlying community problems, and provide creative solutions to improve the quality of life for all residents.
- Service-learning partnerships pairing young adults with non-profit organizations provide lasting benefits to the community.
- Scholarships and grants-in-aid to young adults showing interest in and aptitude for careers in human services will reflect their individual interests and be a positive influence in the community.
- Grants and other financial support of selected non-profit organizations encourage innovative problem-solving.
- Communication of outcomes through research, education and seminars motivates others to act as change agents.
As a member of the Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia, we share these values:
- Commitment to the public good
- Responsible stewardship of resources
- Effective governance
- Compliance with the law
- Personal and professional integrity
- Respect for diversity
- Acting with honesty and openness
- Commitment to excellence and to maintaining the public trust
Foundations Community Partnership traces its roots to a pioneering facility established to provide behavioral health services in the region. In 1964, the Delaware Valley Mental Health Foundation founded a small psychiatric hospital in Doylestown, Pa. By 1996, the hospital became known as Foundations Behavioral Health and its scope expanded to encompass a full range of behavioral health services for children and adolescents. In 2007, a for-profit organization acquired Foundations Behavioral Health. As a result of the sale, FCP was established as an independent operating foundation under Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code to continue the grantmaking, community education, internship, scholarship, and research activities of the hospital.
Progress & Impact
In August 2013, FCP hired Drexel University’s School of Public Health to independently evaluate the foundation’s grant making efforts. The survey was designed to assess grantees’ experiences and perceptions as well as the impact of grant(s) on grantees’ work. Drexel completed the study through a quantitative online survey and qualitative interviews. Results from this study can be viewed here:
Partnership in Youth Services Luncheon
Abigail Halloran, M.A.
Divisional Director of Clinical Services
Universal Health Services, Inc.
Tracy Pasternak Willis, M.A., LPC
Regional Director of Business Development
Philadelphia & Eastern PA
Haven Behavioral Healthcare
Sean M. Schmid, Treasurer
Penn Advisors Financial Resources
Caroline O’Connell Sinton, MAT
Director, Grants & Programs
Foundations Community Partnership
Tobias Bruhn, Ed.D., CFRE
Foundations Community Partnership
Morgan Q. Bryan, M.S.
Senior Coordinator, Institutional Partnerships
Travis Manion Foundation
Amy Conte, M.S., LPC, NCC
Newtown Psychotherapy Center
Kristyn DiDominick, MSW
Judith Stern Goldstein, ASLA,
Senior Project Manager
Gilmore & Associates, Inc.
Falesha R. Grasty
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer & Assistant Vice President
Penn Community Bank
Terence J. McGlinchey
Business Banking Management Professional
Michael W. Mills, Esq.
Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP
Rachael Neff, LSW
Human Services Director
County of Bucks
Patricia Stern Smallacombe, Ph.D.
Associate Dean, Academic Partnerships
Bucks County Community College
Ronald T. Bernstein
Thomas M. Hanna, P.E., LEED®, AP
Joseph Stella, M.D.
Albert M. Honig, D.O.
Dr. Harry Klein*
Daniel P. Weldon, Ed.D.