Fellowship Place offers an eclectic group of programs and services that emphasize wellness, creative expression, giving back to the community, and the importance of social relationships.

Psychosocial Rehab Services

The Social Rehab Center, commonly referred to as the Clubhouse offers a variety of activities to help individuals find meaningful ways to structure their day, learn & practice new skills, and connect with others who face similar challenges. The Clubhouse is open 365 days a year, including all holidays and weekends. Daily offerings include clinical groups, physical recreation, expressive arts therapy, and meals. Special services are available for young adults and monolingual Hispanic individuals. All individuals enrolled in the Clubhouse are assigned an Advisor for one-on-one counseling and choose to attend the groups and activities that best match their interests and needs.

For more information, or to make a referral, please contact Director of Psycho Social Rehabilitation Services
Charlotte Sabovic at (203) 401-4227 x 1207 or csabovic@fellowshipplace.org.

Career Development

Job Placement

Career Development Department

The Career Development Office provides prevocational and vocational services to help people with chronic mental illness develop the skills and confidence required to find and keep a job in the competitive marketplace. Services include resume writing workshops, mock interviews, individualized assistance with job searches, and job placement. Individuals with a demonstrated need may also qualify for free interview clothes and transportation to job interviews. Supported Education services are available for those interested in returning to school. GED classes and tutoring are offered on campus through a collaboration with New Haven Adult Education. Agency Staff are available to provide assistance with enrolling in post-secondary education and job training programs. For individuals interested in work in the restaurant industry, Fellowship Place operates a six-month Food Service training program, which leads to SevSafe certification.

For more information, or to make a referral, please contact Director of Career Development Services
Sandi Sibilio at (203) 401-4227 x 1209 or ssibilio@fellowshipplace.org.

Homeless Daytime Drop-In Services

Fellowship Inn

The Fellowship Inn is a daytime drop-in program for sheltered and unsheltered homeless individuals seeking a safe place to congregate during the day. Services focus on meeting basic needs, including access to meals, shower and laundry facilities, lockers, and charging stations for electronic devices. A full array of supports and case management services are also available, linking individuals to housing, health, employment services, and government entitlement programs.

For more information, or to make a referral, please contact Manager, Homeless Services Veronica Vidal at (203) 401-4227 x 1243 or vvidal@fellowshipplace.org.

Permanent Supportive Housing

Fellowship Place operates four apartment buildings, which provide affordable housing and casework services for individuals with a history of chronic homelessness and/ or a psychiatric disability. Rents are subsidized by project-based agreements with HUD, the CT Dept. of Social Services, and the Housing Authority of New Haven. Residents pay only 30% of their monthly income for rent. There is no charge for support services.

For information about Fellowship Place’s Permanent Supportive Housing program, please contact Supportive Housing Manager Christine Pollifrone at (203) 401-4227 x 1242 or cpollifrone@fellowshipplace.org.



Community Reporting Engagement Support and Treatment

The Community Reporting Engagement Support and Treatment Center (CREST) provides a structured day reporting program with case management and counseling services for people with mental illness referred from the criminal justice system. The intensive day reporting program provides structured skill building, illness management, relapse prevention, and recovery support services, including pre-vocational and vocational services. CREST bridges the efforts of the mental health and criminal justice systems to more efficiently serve the needs of mentally ill people who commit petty crimes. This program is operated collaboratively with The Connection Inc. and the CT Mental Health Center.


Welcome to the Art Studio

ArtShip Artists’ Cooperative

ArtShip is an artists’ cooperative for individuals served in one or more programs at Fellowship Place who are interested in creating art, as well as exhibiting and selling their work through art shows, juried exhibits, and gallery shows.

ArtShip members say the process of creating their art helps with problem solving, goal making, and with reducing symptoms of anxiety, depression, and schizophrenia.

“I believe that there is a creative self in all of us. I hadn’t been able to do art for several years until I came to Fellowship Place and joined ArtShip. Having fellow artists here, all working together, makes me come alive and feel more creative. Earlier in my life, I taught art to high school, middle, and elementary students for a total of 16 years. I designed 12 stained glass windows for Temple Sinai in Portsmouth, Virginia. I struggled with anxiety and depression while I did this work. Later I became so dysfunctional that I had to go on disability. I felt like a failure. With the help of Fellowship Place and ArtShip I can feel the success of my creative self alive again.”