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Eight years ago, my daughter Jenn and I both embarked on very different journeys that would change our lives forever.
“Fountain House gave me a chance to identify with who I was and has lifted me up from depression and stress. The more I came in the more I started to see progress and opportunity”
Fountain House was asked by the World Health Organization (WHO) to make a statement from the floor at this year’s World Health Day event at the United Nations headquarters in New York City on April 7, 2017. The theme of World Health Day in 2017 was Depression: Let’s Talk.
“I love it here. When I walk through the doors of Fountain House I feel I am supported, accepted and loved. It is family to me and one of the major factors for the progress I have made in my life.”
@FountainHouse47: Over 75 percent of all mental health conditions begin before the age of 24, making college a critical time. https://t.co/uUcrG9ckER
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