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Please join us for an art auction benefiting Fountain Gallery, New York City’s premier venue representing artists living with mental illness.

Open Bar | Light Dinner | Art Auction

Fight Stigma by Signing our Letter to the New York Times

Help us show the Times that their readers support more respectful language when reporting on mental illness.

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Remembering Robin: Beauty and Nightmares

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My favorite Robin Williams movie is The Fisher King.  In it, he plays Parry, a homeless man shattered by tragedy, living in his own world. One especially beautiful scene depicts Parry crossing through Grand Central Terminal following a woman he has a crush on, when suddenly all the commuters rushing by become couples waltzing around the majestic grand concourse. It’s a stunning image, and I always think of it when I walk through the terminal. 

The Game Changer Event that Changes Everything

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The Significance of the Hilton Humanitarian Prize

524 Steven Hilton announces Fountain House/Clubhouse International as the recipient of the Hilton Humanitarian Prize.When I first found out that Fountain House, along with Clubhouse International, was going to be receiving the $1.5 million Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize, I was momentarily stunned to hear the good news. It’s not that I thought we didn’t deserve it.

2014 Hilton Humanitarian Prize Winner

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