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Now that her son is thriving as a part of our community, Leslie is showing her gratitude.
Honorable Thomas H. Kean, former Governor of the State of New Jersey joined friends of Fountain House at an event in New Jersey on February 11th.
Staff and members led a workshop on relationships and some presented plenaries on supported education and the use of social media to raise visibility. Our group also attended other workshops and plenaries on a variety of different topics important to Clubhouses.
Alan Gary recounts Jessie Close's visit to Fountain House for the launch of her new book, Resilience.
@FountainHouse47: A mother of a FH member found "hope and peace" in our community. Now she's giving back in a big way. http://t.co/9mpQDx9tEy
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2014 Hilton Humanitarian Prize Winner

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