Entries by Stacey Gould

Expressive Arts Coordinator for Mental Health Program

Fellowship Place, a non-profit agency located in New Haven, is recruiting for a full time Expressive Arts Coordinator to plan and conduct a broad range of expressive art groups for adults living with a chronic mental illness.  Groups may utilize painting, drawing, photography, writing, and music to promote self-expression, self-esteem, and self-advocacy.  The Coordinator also […]

Full Time Case Manager Permanent Supportive Housing

Fellowship Place, a nonprofit agency located in New Haven, CT, is seeking a full time Case Manager for its Permanent Supportive Housing program.  The Permanent Supportive Housing program provides housing and support services for individuals living with a mental illness and/or co-occurring substance use disorder.  A majority of residents were formally homeless or living in […]

2016 Fellowship All-Star Schedule Announced

Fellowship Home Schedule All Games are played at East Rock Park – Blake Field #1 on the corner of Willow St and Mitchell Dr. in New Haven unless otherwise noted. Parking is across the street off Mitchell Dr. Please call prior to coming at 203-401-4227 to verify that game is taking place and that there […]

Fellowship Place Annual Education Fair

On Tuesday March 18, from 9:30am-11:30am, Fellowship Place hosted our annual Education Fair. This successful event, open and free to the public, offers opportunity for individuals to meet with community educational representatives for information about resources, programs, and financial aid. Among the education agencies attending, were representatives from Southern Connecticut State University, Gateway Community College, […]

We are proud of you Fellowship Place Steppers!!!

On Sunday May, 4th at College Woods Park, East Rock Park, New Haven, the Fellowship Place Steppers participated in the “Walk Against Hunger” to raise funds for the Connecticut Food Bank. The funds raised will help provide groceries, fresh produce, and hot meals to hungry children, families, seniors, and individuals served by nearly 700 food-assistance […]