• High Five for Fountain House

    A new report by Weill Cornell Medical College proves that Fountain House members are consistently less likely to be admitted to the hospital. Learn More
  • First Lady Chirlane McCray Visits Fountain House

    Fountain House was the First Lady’s first stop in her two day tour of “best-in-class” community mental health organizations. Learn More
  • Fountain House Works

    Our members earn more than $2 million annually at over 40 companies throughout New York City— many even start their own businesses. Learn More
  • We've Been There

    Fountain House introduces a new private program for college students experiencing mental health challenges. Learn More

Fountain House is dedicated to the recovery of men and women with mental illness by providing opportunities for our members to live, work, and learn, while contributing their talents through a community of mutual support.

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Fountain House is not just a job, it is a second family to me.
I am somehow thriving on my own. I should be happy, but to be honest, I am terrified.
Fountain House Gallery’s End of Annual Meeting Season Celebration honored two dear friends of Fountain House Gallery: Ellen Philip and Cal Donly.
As a dialogue emerges amongst some mental health experts and academics, advocating for the return of asylums for people living with serious mental illness, Kenn Dudek responded to a recent article on the topic in JAMA.
@FountainHouse47: “Welcome to Fountain House!” Our Reception Unit welcomes members, staff, and visitors to our home – all with a smile http://t.co/rjjf0FFciQ
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2014 Hilton Humanitarian Prize Winner

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