Fellowship began in 1960 as a social club for people with mental illness, meeting in the basement of the Jewish Community Center. Over the past 50 years Fellowship Place has grown into a social and learning community, fostering and supporting wellness and recovery. The rehabilitation interventions are designed to work with the whole person: mind, body, and spirit; to improve individual functioning; improve individuals' own management of their illnesses; and facilitate the wellness and recovery of the individual, in order to promote community integration.
In addition, Fellowship Place provides 45 units of permanent and affordable housing in four buildings located near the main campus. Tenants are eligible for case management and other supportive services.
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To make a referral to Fellowship Place’s social rehabilitation programs, please complete the interagency referral packet. For all other referrals, please contact the agency directly.
441 Elm St.