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Walter Wallace Did Not Need to Die
Vote with Your Mind in Mind - 2020 Voter Guide
The Care Responders Campaign - Ensuring that Mental Health Emergencies Receive the Right Public Health Response
Introducing The ROAR Journal: Empowering Voices for Social Practice and Innovation
Fountain House Studios PodcastCreated and produced by our extraordinary community, this podcast shares the voices of people living and working with mental illness. Listen now!
Fountain House's vision is for people with mental illness everywhere to achieve their potential and be respected as workers, neighbors and friends.
Fountain House frontline staff are true essential workers. They are owed an enormous debt of gratitude in the best of times, but particularly at the current time. Our values as an organization are centered around our thriving members and staff – along with their relentless self-determination. Therefore, we are in support of our staff in this effort, which aligns with those values.
The winning slogan for our current presidential election could well be “it’s mental health, stupid.” Why? Because the mental health impacts of COVID-19 are likely to outlast the virus itself and to be a defining theme of the next four years and more.
Fountain House presents The ROAR Journal: Empowering Voices for Social Practice and Innovation - an international publication created in partnership with the worldwide, clubhouse community to further define, discuss and innovate the field of Social Practice.
The Fountain House community mourns the passing of Henry van Ameringen - fearless friend, leader and advocate for people living with mental illness. Henry dedicated more than half a century of leadership to Fountain House as a member of our Board of Directors and devoted his life to supporting HIV/AIDS, LGBTQ rights, and mental health issues.