Fountain House Fall FêteHonoring Mauro Ranallo, Sports Announcer, Mental Health Activist and star of the documentary Bipolar Rock ‘N’ Roller Buy Tickets
Healthier Longer Lives for People with Serious Mental IllnessJoin us for Healthier Longer Lives for People with Serious Mental Illness, an international conference on November 8-9, 2018 Learn More
Mad About ArtFountain House Gallery Annual Art Auction & Benefit honoring Jane Pauley, Host of ‘CBS Sunday Morning' and artist Donna Moylan. Buy Tickets
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Fountain House's vision is for people with mental illness everywhere to achieve their potential and be respected as workers, neighbors and friends.
For Otokar von Bradsky, 90, and his son Peter, 61, supporting Fountain House is about family lineage and legacy. "My mother, Wanda, - Peter's grandmother - lived with schizophrenia," Otokar explains.
The Fountain House Executive Leadership Program provides resources and training to clubhouses around the world. Participants travel to Fountain House for approximately a month’s time to partake in the training that focuses on nonprofit management techniques within standards-based practice. We sat down with Executive Leadership Fellows, Helene Molvig from Fontenehuset Rygge in Norway, and Guido Valentini from Progetto Itaca in Italy, to discuss the ins and outs of their respective clubhouses.
"I joined Fountain House in July of 2015. Fountain House is a mental health recovery program utilizing work and socialization to rebuild its members’ sense of confidence and purpose. The Fountain House Colleague Training Program changed my life."