Fellowship Place Attends Mental Health Information Fair at the QHouse.

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month and as part of the agency’s community relations program, Fellowship Place joined other mental health service providers for an information fair at the QHouse on May 11.  Lee Marshall, LCSW, the agency’s Intake and Clinical Services Provider, staffed the agency’s table and greeted members of the public.

Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Fellowship Place encourages you to reach out and express support for anyone in your life who may be struggling with a mental health problem. This month is also a good time to tune into your own feelings and seek help if anything seems off. Taking care of your health means taking good care of your mind, body, and spirit. For more information about mental health resources available in your community, call 211.

New Haven Department of Health, Fellowship Place Campus Presentation

More than 100 individuals served by Fellowship Place attended an informative presentation on Narcan and Overdose Prevention on April 30. Thank you to our partner the New Haven Department of Health for bringing this life saving information to our campus community.

Fellowship Place is participating in The Great Give 2024!

Fellowship Place is participating in The Great Give 2024, a major community-wide giving event benefiting Greater New Haven’s nonprofits, from May 1 at 8:00 a.m. to May 2, at 8:00 p.m.

Go to Fellowship Place’s giving profile page to make a donation during The Great Give® 2024



Fellowship Place’s mission is to serve adults with mental illness by offering a full range of therapeutic support and rehabilitation services that promote independence, wellness, and a meaningful life. Our campus community, open 365 days a year, serves over 1000 individuals annually. Programs focus on deeply affordable permanent supported housing, employment, education, basic needs, and social integration. Individuals served struggle with poverty, food insecurity, inadequate housing, and poor physical health. More than half are homeless. This year alone, the agency’s Daily Meal program is on track to serve over 60,000 meals.


Fellowship Place Staff & Clients Attend Thursday’s Rally at the State Capitol

Individuals served by Fellowship Place and agency staff joined over 1800 supporters of CT nonprofit agencies at a rally at the State Capitol on Thursday, April 24. The rally sought to raise awareness among the General Assembly about the important and often lifesaving services that nonprofits provide for the poor and other vulnerable populations. The rally advocated for more adequate funding so that non-profits may keep up with rising costs and maintain a committed and stable workforce.

Celebrating Earth Day in the Neighborhood!

Fellowship Place was happy to celebrate Earth Day by participating in the Greater Dwight Development Corporation’s annual neighborhood clean-up. The people served by Fellowship Place appreciate the neighborhood’s support and want to give back to the community when they can.