By Elizabeth Lion, By Ashley Womble
We look forward to supporting a coordinated city-wide effort to improve the lives of New Yorkers with mental illness.
By Karen Pratt
Researchers met to share findings from the initial phase of a multi-year program designed to reduce early mortality in people living with serious mental illness.
By Elizabeth Lion
Nearly 400 guests used their passport to inspiration to access a spectacular four-gallery exhibition of more than 100 pieces by Fountain House Gallery artists.
By Ann Wilkinson
Thanksgiving Day is like the Super Bowl for the Fountain House community. We all come together on this special day and give thanks for our Fountain House family.
By Ashley Womble
Our Director of Human Resources & Veteran's Affairs was on a special panel to discuss the creation of a NYC Department of Veterans Affairs.
Being able to afford college is only one of the myriad challenges for veterans returning to school or entering college for the first time, which is why Victory Media’s criteria for “Military-Friendly” colleges is determined through a survey that evaluates campus support, recruitment practices and job placement.
The mental health services should not only focus on the student with the mental health condition but the education of peers to reduce stigma.
By Jason Bowman
Mental health services should not only focus on the student with the mental health condition but also on the education of peers to reduce stigma.
By Kenneth J. Dudek
Two pieces of proposed legislation that are gaining momentum on Capitol Hill have the potential to benefit clubhouses and ultimately save lives.
By Priscilla Lundin
Jennifer Rivera served as a panelist for "Lawyers and Non-Lawyers with a Mental Health Diagnosis: A Conversation about Stigma" sponsored by the New York City Bar Association's Lawyer Assistance Program and the City Bar's Mental Health Law Committee.