About Bradley Hospital
- Our History
- Bradley Hospital Executive Leadership
- Bradley Hospital Awards and Recognition
- Commitment to the Community
- Bradley Hospital Facts and Statistics
- Mental Health Advocacy
- Map, Directions, Parking and Volunteer Information
For Parents and Caregivers
- Planning Your Visit
- Family Advisory Council
- Family Liaison Program
- Nutrition: What We Offer
- Pet Visitation at Bradley Hospital
- Parenting Resources from the Experts at Bradley Hospital
- Online Parent Support Groups
- Resources for Parents
- Children's Behavioral Health Resources
- Insurance and Billing
- Parenting Matters Minute
- Our Centers and Services
- Parenting Matters
- Mindcast: Healthy Mind, Healthy Child Podcast
- Bradley Hospital Social Work and Counseling
- Nursing at Bradley Hospital
- Patient Stories
- Resources for Families
- Giving to Bradley Hospital
Giving to Bradley Hospital
Donate online to Bradley Hospital
Every gift, no matter the size, makes an important difference. It is an investment in the future of pediatric mental health and our mission of healing the hearts and minds of children and families throughout our region and beyond. Please join us!
The Power of Gratitude
Gratitude comes in many forms, but one thing that is consistent is its positive power: to heal, to connect, to thank, to inspire.
Bravo Bradley 2022
Together Brighter Futures Are Possible
Bradley Hospital raised a record $1.2 million during its largest annual fundraiser, Bravo Bradley, held on June 24 at the Aquidneck Club in Portsmouth.
The Healing Arts Program
The Healing Arts Program provides creative and therapeutic activities that improve and enhance the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of patients.
Adopt a Family Program
The Dr. Christopher Benedick Adopt a Family Program has operated annually since Dr. Benedick’s passing in 2004 and has benefitted hundreds of needy families.
Planned Giving at Bradley Hospital
For more information about planned giving, please contact Anne Morton Smith, chief development officer at 401-432-1451 or ASmith18@lifespan.org.