The Sixth Annual Fountain House
Symposium and Luncheon:
Invisible Wounds: Post-Traumatic Stress
Disorder will honor ABC News
anchor Bob Woodruff and Lee Woodruff,
authors of In An Instant: A Family's
Journey of Love and Healing.
The event will feature a panel
discussion geared to a lay audience by
acclaimed experts in the fields of
mental health research, treatment, and
public policy, including
Marylene Cloitre, PhD, and Nancy Venable
event was founded to advance community
knowledge about mental illness and to
reduce the associated stigma. Funds
raised support the programs of Fountain
House, an internationally recognized
non-profit organization which, since
1948, has worked to better the lives of
people living with major mental illness.
For 1,300 people annually, Fountain
House, through its holistic approach to
recovery, provides support in finding a
home, returning to school, re-entering
the workplace, and re-establishing
connections to family, friends, and the
Fountain House focuses on its members’
strengths, abilities, hopes, and dreams,
rather than weaknesses or disabilities.
We believe every person with mental
illness has the potential
Honorary Chairs: The Honorable
Robert A. Antonioni, Glenn Close,
Patrick J. Kennedy
Chairs: Patricia Begley, Lorna
Hyde Graev, Alexandra A. Herzan, Anne
Program Chair: Lynn Nicholas,
Lee and Bob Woodruff
Registration: 11:15 AM; Symposium and
Luncheon: 12 NOON.
The Pierre, Grand Ballroom - Fifth
Avenue at 61st Street NYC.
Price: Tickets start at $350;
Tables start at $5,000.
Susan Bell Special Events, (212)