Scholar Spotlight

The JC Runyon Foundation exists to help students move forward after behavioral health issues have drained their financial resources and hopes for a future.

Funds still available!

Hey gang! Great news! We still have funds to provide additional scholarships to those who qualify! If you’ve successfully completed an in-patient psychiatric treatment program, maintained a 2.5 GPA for 1 year after treatment, and have been accepted to an accredited college, university, or trade school, apply today! Send me an email so I know […]

What are your thoughts?

I am a parent of a graduating senior. As this year winds down, my thoughts are moving toward his college education and mostly how to pay for it. I want so much for my child to have every possible advantage, as all parents do. Then I consider how parents who’ve struggled with a child who […]

Why JC Runyon Foundation?

Preparing for college is challenging for all students, but for those who have been through psychiatric treatment it’s even more difficult. According to the Surgeon General, “Extensive limits on mental health benefits can create major financial burdens for patients and their families.” Mental Health: A Report of the Surgeon General – Chapter 6. Accessed 3/10/12 […]

Now Accepting Applications

Are you a senior in high school who has successfully completed in-patient psychiatric treatment for either psychiatric disorder or substance abuse and been accepted to an accredited college or university? We are a group of educational, financial, and behavioral health care professionals who would like to help you achieve your full potential. We recognize the […]

Scholar Spotlight – Stephanie

Meet Stephanie – University of California – Davis Class of 2018 Stephanie’s journey with depression and generalized anxiety disorder began during middle school and continued to progressively increase as she grew up. Her mental health began to bottom our her junior year of high school after she withdrew from the public school and began a […]

Our Board consists of professionals in the behavioral health care industry and educators. We understand what you’ve been through and we have the resources to help.