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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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On Saturday, April 7, 2018, over 500 participants took part in Fountain House's One-in-Four 5K in Riverside Park to raise vital funds for our comprehensive wellness programming and bring awareness to the connection between mental and physical health. The community (including some canine friends) sported caps and t-shirts in eye-catching lime green, the cause color for mental health awareness.
Everybody hurts when any member of our society suffers. We all benefit when we design a health culture that operates from margin to center. We must mobilize for social justice to end racism. We must advocate for systemic transformation in public health that incorporates more comprehensive research; prevention; early intervention; universal health coverage; training for healthcare professionals; and MORE CLUBHOUSES, especially in poor neighborhoods.
Fountain House, in partnership with World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centre for Global Mental Health at Columbia University Medical Center, Grand Challenges Canada and citiesRISE, will host an international conference, HEALTHIER, LONGER LIVES for people with serious mental illness.
Being welcomed and opened up to that type of environment helped me learn what the world of work would be like for me. The experience taught me that I was more reliable in a work setting than I thought. I always felt I was a hard worker, but I learned I was adaptable and good at thinking on my feet.
@FountainHouse47: On April 4 responded to a 911 call about a man threatening pedestrians. The man was Saheed Vassell, a bipolar… https://t.co/xZdJqCZQh5
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