FHR in the News


Falmouth in Focus
Falmouth Community TV
, Falmouth, MA
October 19, 2018
Fairwinds Clubhouse shares how it works with members in gaining independence, employment, socialization opportunities, and other supports in the community. 

"We have to talk about it'; Bristol County group's vigil urges openness about mental health, suicide
The Standard Times
, New Bedford, MA
October 10, 2018
FHR Rehab & Recovery Program Coordinator Jen Lima is honored by NAMI as a recipient of the NAMI Bristol County Heroes in the Fight Award. 

FHR enters partnership with Elwyn to better treat patients
Providence Business News,
Providence, RI
August 6, 2018
Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. a nonprofit behavioral health care organization with services spanning seven states, recently announced its partnership with Media, Pa.-based Elwyn, a nonprofit human services organization supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and behavioral health needs in California, Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. 

FHR to affiliate with Elwyn
Laurel Star,
Seaford, DE
August 2, 2018
New partnership between FHR and Elwyn positions the organizations to fulfill and unmet need in the current healthcare environment, positioning the organizations to provide a coast-to-coast continuum of care and enhanced services to meet a wide range of IDD and behavioral health needs. 

Elwyn forms affiliation with Fellowship Health Resources
The Delaware County Daily Times,
Swarthmore, PA
July 29, 2018
Elwyn, a nonprofit human services organization supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and behavioral health needs in California, Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, and Fellowship Health Resources, Inc., a nonprofit behavioral healthcare organization with services spanning seven states, recently announced that the organizations have signed an affiliation agreement. 

Stigma-Busting: Sharing the Good News of Recovery at a Professional Level
Faces & Voices of Recovery
July 27, 2018
William White shares comments about stigma, including stigma-busting responses to challenge myths and stereotypes. He thanks FHR and Brandon Robinson, FHR Director of Addiction Services. 

Delmarva Today - Delmarva Public Radio
June 15, 2018
On today's program, guest Patrick DeBow, Director of Peer Recovery Services at FHR, explores the prevalence of drug abuse and addiction in the restaurant industry. 

Fellowship Health Resources Recruitment Event
Cape Cod Today,
Cape Cod, MA
February 20, 2018
FHR's Cape Cod and Islands programs host a job fair at the Career Opportunities Center in Hyannis, Massachusetts.

Once a troubled vet, he now helps others
The Standard Times,
New Bedford, MA
December 4, 2017 
FHR Recovery Support Worker Jerome Musco has been honored with the NAMI Bristol County Hero in the Fight Against Mental Illness Award. He shares his powerful story about serving a year-long tour in Iraq, and later experiencing a dark period of drinking, running into trouble with the law, and resigning as a police officer to get his life back on track. After seeking help, he now supports individuals in recovery at FHR's Therapeutic Respite Program in New Bedford, Massachusetts. "A lot of people didn't give up on me," Musco said. "I need to do it; I need to give back."

Coming 'home' to Thanksgiving at Towne House
The Herald News,
Fall River, MA
November 22, 2017 
FHR's Towne House Clubhouse hosts is annual Thanksgiving luncheon, a tradition carried on for nearly 30 years. "For a lot of our members, this is their chance to celebrate the holiday. For some, the clubhouse is their family," said Paul Baker, Clubhouse Program Director.

Fellowship Health Resources (FHR) Open House
Phoenixville Regional Chamber of Commerce,
Phoenixville, PA
November 17, 2017 
Join us for an Open House to celebrate the opening of our new location!

Ceremony shows support for veterans past and present
Wicked Local Falmouth,
Falmouth, MA
November 15, 2017 
FHR takes part in annual Falmouth Veterans Day gathering, sharing resources and support through its Veterans Transportation Initiative, which provides year-round transportation for Falmouth-area veterans to medical appointments. 

Locals strong at Falmouth
Worcester Telegram and Gazette,
Worcester, MA
September 9, 2017 
Several high school runners took part in the Falmouth Road Race on August 20 in support of FHR, raising funds and awareness for individuals with mental illness and addiction disorders. 

PBN names 2017 Healthiest Employers
Providence Business News,
Providence, RI
June 30, 2017
FHR was 1 of 29 winners selected in the sixth Healthiest Employers program put on by Providence Business News.  

Annual Memorial Day Observance in Falmouth
The Falmouth Enterprise,
Falmouth, MA
May 26, 2017
As part of a Memorial Day procession and observance, FHR's Tom Couhig speaks about the organization's Veterans Transportation Program, an initiative connecting local veterans with travel to medical appointments. 

You can help with mental health awareness
The Valley Breeze,
Lincoln, RI
May 24, 2017
Debra M. Paul, FHR President & CEO, writes about how the community can take action to help individuals in recovery during Mental Health Awareness Month. 

Guest Opinion: Give ways to make a difference during Mental Health Awareness Month
Taunton Daily Gazette,
Taunton, MA
May 22, 2017
FHR President & CEO Debra M. Paul shares five small changes that can have a big impact to help those with mental illness.

Peer Specialist of the Year: New Bedford man uses lived experience to help others
The New Bedford Standard Times
, New Bedford, MA
May 18, 2017
The Northeast Director of Peer Recovery Services for Fellowship Health Resources, who helps others through similar experiences he's gone through, has been named Peer Specialist of the Year.

Peeling away the mask of mental illness
The New Bedford Standard Times
, New Bedford, MA
May 10, 2017
FHR's Therapeutic Respite Program in New Bedford, Massachusetts, hosts a showcase of people using art to express their mental illness - specifically their struggles with social stigmas pertaining to their battles.

Fellowship Health Resources specialist chosen for national award
The Valley Breeze,
Lincoln, Rhode Island
April 12, 2017
The National Council for Behavioral Health has chosen Robert Ortiz, Northeast Director of Peer Recovery Services at Fellowship Health Resources, Inc., based in Lincoln, as the recipient of the "Peer Specialist of the Year."

Robert Ortiz Honored with The National Council's Peer Specialist of the Year Award
DMH Connections,
Massachusetts
April 1, 2017
The National Council for Behavioral Health has selected Robert Ortiz, Northeast Director of Peer Recovery Services, as the recipient of its prestigious Awards of Excellence in the category of Peer Specialist of the Year. 

Cold ice couldn't keep warm smiles away at Fall River adaptive skating program
The Herald News, Fall River, Massachusetts
March 2, 2017
FHR takes part in a unique adapting skating event for individuals and organizations in the Fall River community. 

Mental health, drug abuse significant factors in Fall River's homeless
The Herald News
, Fall River, Massachusetts
February 24, 2017
A clubhouse member and Paul Baker, Towne House Clubhouse Program Director, share insight on the correlation between homelessness and mental illness. 

Fellowship Health Resources to Provide Falmouth-Area Vets with Rides to Appointments
CapeCod.com and Cape Cod Broadcasting,
Cape Cod, Massachusetts
February 12, 2017
FHR's Veterans Transportation Initiative will offer door-to-door service to regional hospitals and clinics to veterans in the Falmouth area. 

Fellowship Health Resources, a nonprofit organization, provides veterans with low cost transportation to medical appointments
The Falmouth Enterprise, Falmouth, Massachusetts
February 10, 2017
This program will provide round-trip transportation for Falmouth-area veterans to a range of medical appointments at regional hospitals and clinics. 

TBIZ Tofias celebrates anniversary by giving back
Providence Business News
, Providence, Rhode Island 
December 2, 2016
Employees at CBIZ Tofias volunteered to paint and enhance the spaces that FHR's individuals call home in Cranston, West Warwick, and North Kingstown, Rhode Island. 

For those in need: Free Thanksgiving dinners in Greater Fall River
The Herald
News
, Fall River, Massachusetts 
November 22, 2016
Towne House hosts its annual Thanksgiving meal for members, friends, and community partners in Fall River, Massachusetts. 

Hopeful leaders in behavioral health, FHR offers integrated programs
RI Homes
July 1, 2016
RI Homes interviews FHR to learn more about the community programs and services offered by the organization in the state of Rhode Island. 

Fellowship Health Resources names Cindy Cunningham nurse practitioner
Cape Gazette
Providence, Rhode Island
May 2, 2016
With over 35 years of clinical experience, Cindy Cunningham brings expertise in healthcare administration, healthcare management, and nursing services to FHR's Delaware outpatient programs as a full-time nurse practitioner. 

One Last Thing: Leading from the heart
Providence Business News
Providence, Rhode IslandJanuary 25, 2016President & CEO Debra M. Paul discusses her approach to leadership and the importance of listening to both staff members and the individuals and families receiving services from FHR. 

Addiction, mental disorder recovery in bloom at Fellowship Health Services
Sussex County Post, Sussex County, Delaware
August 18, 2015
Peer Specialist Patrick DeBow shares information about FHR's Recovery Garden in Georgetown, Delaware, as well as how FHR's services impact the lives of those in recovery in the community.

Fellowship Health Resources to open by Sept. 1
Calhoun Times, Calhoun, Georgia
August 15, 2015
Chief Operating Officer Pamela Daisey discusses FHR expanding its array of services to a new state - Georgia. Programs will include a voluntary and involuntary court ordered treatment day program and day treatment programs.

Healing power of art on display at Greater Fall River Art Association
The Herald News
, Fall River, MA
July 8, 2015
Rehabilitation and Recovery Group Coordinator Therese Bernier shares how Studio 35, FHR's creative arts program, has allowed individuals to utilize the arts as a form of self-expression. Made possible through funding from United Way, the Studio 35 program's partnership with local artist Alison Horvitz and the Greater Fall River Art Association has enabled many artists to showcase their work to the community.

County to facilitate mental health services
Northwest Georgia News, Rome, GA
April 30, 2015
FHR submits proposal to offer mental health services for residents of the underserved community in Gordon County, Georgia.

Clubhouse employers saluted
The Sun Chronicle, Attleboro, MA
April 26, 2015
FHR's Corner Clubhouse celebrated recognition from the Massachusetts Clubhouse Coalition at the statehouse for employing those with psychiatric disabilities.

Legislators urged to finance fixes to R.I.'s mental health system
Providence Journal, Providence, RI
March 3, 2015
FHR Rhode Island Regional Director Kristen Guilfoyle comments on the importance of mental health funding at Day on the Hill. 

Employee strikes highlight America's mental health crisis
Vice News
January 14, 2015
FHR's Chief Operating Officer Pamela Daisey discusses factors attributing to the shortage of healthcare professionals nationwide. 

People in the news
Providence Business News
, Providence, RI
December 1, 2014

Robert Colucci and Kelly McGee have joined the Board of Directors of Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. (FHR).

Shining Sea Walk benefits FHR Fairwinds
Cape News, Falmouth, MA
October 1, 2014
FHR's Fairwinds Clubhouse will host the 6th Annual Sea to Shining Sea Walk on Saturday, October 4. During this 3.5 mile walk, clubhouse members, staff, family, and supporters will join together to raise awareness of mental illness, as well as the rehabilitation work done at Fairwinds Clubhouse.

Fellowship cuts ribbon on clubhouse
Providence Business News, Providence, RI
August 22, 2014

FHR held a ribbon cutting ceremony on August 14 at Harbor House Clubhouse in Providence, Rhode Island, to promote the addition of the clubhouse to its network of recovery services. In addition to the ceremony, clubhouse members and individuals receiving services from FHR showcased and sold their artwork, made possible through FHR's Rhode Island region and the organization's creative arts program, Studio 35.

Employee programs address all aspects of health
Providence Business News, Providence, RI
August 14, 2014

FHR President & CEO Debra M. Paul, Human Resource Director Karen Trudeau, and Benefits and Wellness Advisor Jennifer McKenna share how FHR's wellness programs support both the physical and mental needs of its staff.

Reform Update: Flood of new patients worries mental health workers
Modern Healthcare, Chicago, IL
August 12, 2014

FHR President & CEO Debra M. Paul discusses how Medicaid expansion and the Affordable Care Act have impacted the demand for behavioral health and addiction services. 

PBN Names winners for 3rd Healthiest Employers Program
Providence Business News, Providence, RI
July 23, 2014
For the third consecutive year, FHR has been honored with the highest achievement in the Providence Business News Healthiest Employers Awards. All recipients will be honored on Thursday, August 14, at the Providence Marriott in downtown Providence, Rhode Island. 

R.I mental illness nonprofit acquires Harbor House
Providence Business News, Providence, RI
June 25, 2014

Harbor House, a clubhouse for individuals recovering from mental illness in Providence, Rhode Island, is added to FHR's network of recovery-oriented services.

Fellowship Health Resources on State of Mind
WPRI 12 News, Providence, RI
June 24, 2014

FHR Rhode Island Regional Director Kristen Guilfoyle and FHR Director of Residential Services Leah Babat joined Dan Yorke State of Mind for a special segment on the importance of supportive mental health and addictions programs in the state and the services that FHR provides to individuals in recovery.

Mission-driven executive leads from the heart
Providence Business News, Providence, RI
June 1, 2014

FHR President & CEO Debra M. Paul discusses finding the important balance between fulfilling the mission of an organization and continuing to deliver the services it provides.

Over 70 businesses celebrated at 20th Annual Worksite Health Awards
Go Local Prov,
Providence, RI
May 29, 2014
Receiving high recognition among Rhode Island businesses, FHR was honored with a Superior Award at the 20th Annual Worksite Health Awards.

'Art of Recovery' exhibit lets unlikely artists shine
Fall River Spirit, Fall River, MA
March 7, 2014

FHR's creative arts program, Studio 35, works with artist Alison Horvitz in preparation for the "Art of Recovery: Expressing the Journey," exhibit, held at the Greater Fall River Art Association.

Mind Your Health: Taking a holistic approach to healthcare
Daily Local News

February 4, 2014
FHR's Regional Director Janet Stanley is interviewed on an integrated healthcare approach and utilizing community resources.

Studio 35 releases holiday single
Cape Gazette, Lewes, DE
December 21, 2013

FHR's healing arts program, Studio 35, hosts a Single's Release Party to celebrate the launch of its new original holiday record, Season of Light. This song, made possible with a partnership between Mid-South Audio's Kevin Short, features the voices of transitional youth receiving services from FHR in Delaware.

Towne House Clubhouse hosts annual pre-Thanksgiving meal
The Herlad News, Fall River, MA
November 27, 2013

Members of FHR's Towne House Clubhouse worked with staff to hold a traditional turkey meal in celebration of Thanksgiving, made possible by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).

Health Resource Fair to offer diabetes info, raise awareness
Taunton Daily Gazette,
Taunton, MA
November 1, 2013
In collaboration with The Diabetes Association, FHR is contributing to raising awareness about the effects of Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes at the World Diabetes Day Resource Fair, Thursday, November 14, from 10 am to 1 pm at the People's Incorporated, located on 4 South Main Street in Fall River, Massachusetts.

Notice, planning help smooth leadership transitions
Providence Business NewsProvidence, RI
October 28, 2013

FHR President & CEO Debra M. Paul and Director of Special Projects Joe Dziobek are interviewed on succession planning and leadership transitions in non-profit organizations.

Delaware Achievers
The News Journal, Wilmington, DE
September 30, 2013

Fellowship Health Resources (FHR) names Pamela Daisey its chief operating officer. Daisey brings experience in clinical and operational policies and procedures and has been employed with FHR for 15 years.

Health care group takes care of caretakers
Providence Business NewsProvidence, RI
August 15, 2013

For the second consecutive year, Fellowship Health Resources (FHR) has been recognized as the healthiest employer in its employee category by Providence Business News.

FHR taps Paul as president and CEO
Providence Business NewsProvidence, RI 
July 1, 2013
Fellowship Health Resources Inc. announced Debra Paul will serve as its new president and CEO following the retirement of Joseph Dziobek, who served in the position for nearly three decades. 

Shaping Up at Fellowship Health Resources
Rhode Island MonthlyProvidence, RI
May 29, 2013

FHR's Interim COO Pamela Daisey is featured for her success in utilizing the agency-wide wellness program and the support of her colleagues to begin living a healthier lifestyle.

ACA to encourage linking physical, behavioral health
Providence Business News, Providence, RI
April 8, 2013

In an interview with PBN's Rebecca Keister, FHR President/CEO Joe Dziobek answers questions about Rhode Island's behavioral healthcare system and non-profit leadership.

Dziobek earns Award of Excellence
The Valley Breeze,
Lincoln, RI
March 14, 2013
The National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare has selected Joe Dziobek, President and CEO of Fellowship Health Resources, as a recipient of its Awards of Excellence. 

Fellowship Health Celebrates Studio 35 Day
Providence Business News, Providence, RI
February 18, 2013
In Rhode Island and other areas along the East Coast, artists in recovery gathered to celebrate Fellowship Health Resources' second annual Studio 35 Day. 

Creative Expression
The Mercury,
Pottstown, PA
February 16, 2013
Fellowship Health Resources celebrated its 2nd Annual Studio 35 Day on January 25. In all of the seven states and nine regions where FHR provides services, staff and persons served gathered to celebrate creative expression as a powerful tool in recovery.

Fellowship Health Resources opens Hope Street Loft
Providence Business News,
Providence, RI
January 18, 2013
A studio apartment on Providence’s Hope Street is now home to a creative space designed for those served by Fellowship Health Resources. FHR's Studio 35 program enables persons served recovering from mental illness and addictive disorders to explore art as an extension to traditional therapy.

Caroline Gates Joins Fellowship Health Resources
West Winfield Star, West Winfield, NY
January 9, 2013

Carolin Gates is hired as FHR's Studio 35 Artistic Leader.

A.C.E. Center receives donation
Seaford Star, Seaford, DE
January 3, 2013
The A.C.E. Center in Seaford, Delaware, was awarded new computers and printers from Shared Network Access Point (SNAP).

A fair amount of wellness
The Herald News
, Fall River, MA
October 16, 2012
The third annual Health and Wellness Fair for members of Fellowship Health Resources, Inc., a nonprofit behavioral healthcare agency with programs across Greater Fall River, occurred Sept. 25.

Five Questions With: Joseph F. Dziobek
Providence Business News, Providence, RI
October 1, 2012
For Dziobek's company, a nonprofit behavioral health agency, the cost of subsidizing health insurance is almost $3 million a year, and he’s hopeful that if his insurance rates come in at the average rate increases in Koller’s decision, it will save about $150,000 in premium increases. Providence Business News asked Dziobek to share his insights about the importance of reducing health insurance rates for employers.

Haven at the Peer provides home for the homeless at FHR Delaware
Cape Gazette
, Lewes, DE
September 29, 2012
With its broad range of services readily available at Fellowship Health Resources in Delaware, Haven at the Peer is the latest example of FHR’s innovative approach to help those recovering from mental health and substance abuse disorders.

Partners for a Healthier Community
Healthy City Fall River, Fall River, MA
September 27, 2012
Over 100 persons with mental health disabilities were invited to attend the third annual Health & Wellness fair hosted by Fellowship Health Resources of Fall River at the East Gate Christian Academy Gym on September 25, 2012.

Finding help from those who've been there before
The News Journal, Wilmington, DE 
September 20, 2012
On Wednesday, Jim Martin showed off the center’s newest project, Haven at the Peer, a house for homeless people where the residents run the show – collecting rent from each other and setting house rules.

Peer specialist Jim Martin to advocate in Sussex
Cape Gazette, Lewes, DE
September 1, 2012
In addition to his leadership role at a peer-run program at Fellowship Health Resources Inc., a nonprofit mental health and substance abuse treatment agency, FHR Peer Specialist Jim Martin will soon become an advocacy resource for peers across Sussex County. 

Putting the fun in fitness at Fellowship Health
Providence Business News, Providence, RI

August 13, 2012
If you need proof that workplace wellness programs are effective, just take a look at the numbers collected at Fellowship Health Resources Inc. In just three months' time this past spring, the staff at the nonprofit agency together walked 43,051,636 steps, exercised 171,596 minutes, ate 19,987 servings of fruits and vegetables, and lost a collective 378.6 pounds.

Ken Ryan's new road trip
Cape Cod Times
, Hyannis, MA

July 26, 2012
Ken Ryan started this month as an employment specialist with the Rhode Island-based Fellowship Health Resources Inc., a nonprofit mental health and substance abuse treatment agency with services in seven states. Ryan helps clients in the agency's Cape and Islands programs.

Applying Pet Therapy
The Arlington Connection, Arlington, VA
July 25, 2012
Fellowship Health Resources Inc, a nonprofit mental health and substance abuse treatment agency, is working in conjunction with the Animal Welfare League of Arlington to provide and expand a Pet Therapy program that has become popular with the agency’s members.

Fellowship Health Resources honors Studio 35 artists at the conclusion of a community traveling art show
The Mercury, Pottstown, PA
July 21, 2012
In conjunction with traditional therapy, one local agency demonstrates just how empowering the creative arts can be in the process of mental health and substance abuse recovery. Fellowship Health Resources, Inc., a nonprofit organization located at 723 Wheatland St., empowers consumers to express themselves through a diverse healing arts and music recovery program called Studio 35.

Fellowship Health named one of Healthiest Employers in R.I.
The Valley Breeze, Lincoln, RI
July 18, 2012
Fellowship Health Resources Inc., a nonprofit mental health and substance abuse treatment agency, was named one of the "Healthiest Employers in Rhode Island" by Providence Business News. As one of 28 companies across the state to rank well above the national average, FHR President and CEO Joe Dziobek said in a press release that the award is quite an honor.  

Fellowship Health Uses Art to Treat Mental Illness
Phoenixville Patch, Phoenixville, PA
July 2, 2012
In conjunction with traditional therapy, one local agency demonstrates just how empowering the creative arts can be in the process of mental health and substance abuse recovery. Fellowship Health Resources, a nonprofit organization located at 723 Wheatland Street, empowers consumers to express themselves through a diverse healing arts and music recovery program called Studio 35.

Garden flourishes at Fairwinds Clubhouse
The Falmouth Enterprise
, Falmouth, MA
June 22, 2012
Jonathan Pheeny works in one of his gardens at the Fairwinds Clubhouse on Katharine Lee Bates Road. Erika Sloan and Kyle Sloane - both with Fellowship Health Resources, which runs Fairwinds and other places like it - were on hand making a video about Jonathan and the progress he is making with the gardens.

Center Offers Classes
Seaford Star, Seaford, DE
June 21, 2012
Members of the Acceptance, Change, Empowerment (A.C.E.) Center at Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. (FHR), a nonprofit mental health and substance abuse treatment agency, will tie, dye, and design their own clothing during upcoming Studio 35 workshops at 547 N. Bradford Street.

Creativity on the road to healing
The Herald News, Fall River, MA
May 18, 2012
Using markers, colored pencils, paints, and yarn, the participants of Studio 35,  a new expressive arts program at Harbor Hill, are using creativity as a  bridge to healing. Located at 480 Stanley St., Harbor Hill is a site of Fellowship Health  Resources, Inc.

Recovery story captures national Telly Award
Providence Business News, Providence, RI
April 9, 2012
“Ron’s Story of Recovery,” a video produced by Fellowship Health Resources, won an award in the motivational category at the 33rd annual Telly Awards, which honors local film and video productions. More than 13,000 submissions were received by the Silver Telly Council, which administers the awards. 

Health Check: Synthetic Marijuana
WJAR NBC 10, Providence, RI
March 26, 2012
Synthetic marijuana products are easily available in convenience stores and gas stations, and they are legal. But not if a Rhode Island lawmaker has his way. New research shows these dangerous drugs are sending more and more young people to the emergency room.

Fellowship Health Resources to hold Studio 35 fundraiser Friday
The Valley Breeze, Lincoln, RI

March 7, 2012
Fellowship Health Resoures, Inc., a nonprofit mental health and substance abuse treatment agency headquartered in Lincoln, will host a fundraiser on Friday, March 9, from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Celtic Coffee House, 42 North Water St., New Bedford, MA.

People on the move in Rhode Island: Fellowship Health Resources
Providence Journal, Providence, RI

March 4, 2012
Fellowship Health Resources has promoted Robert Rousseau to director of peer recovery services. He will identify specific needs and work with quality improvement to address them.

Benefit to aid art therapy project
South Coast Today, New Bedford, MA
March 3, 2012
Fellowship Health Resources has realized that art can be as beneficial for the person making it as it is for the person enjoying it. On Friday, the Celtic Coffee House in downtown New Bedford will be the site of a fundraiser to kick off Studio 35, a program that provides art therapy for individuals dealing with mental illness.

Seasonal affective disorder: more than just post-holiday blues
Cape Gazette, Lewes, DE
December 27, 2011
Clinicians at Fellowship Health Resources, Inc., a nonproft mental health and substance abuse treatment agency with outpatient services in Kent and Sussex counties, offer resources to individuals who may be suffering from clinical depression, bipolar disorder, and the often-undiagnosed seasonal affective disorder.

Fellowship Health Resources offers new peer groups
Cape Gazette, Lewes, DE
November 29, 2011
Fellowship Health Resources, Inc., a nonprofit mental health and substance abuse treatment agency with programs across Sussex County, is offering two new peer groups at the Acceptance, Change, Empowerment Center at 547 N. Bradford St. in Seaford.

Fellowship Health Resources presents 'An Evening with Johnny Neel'
Woonsocket Call, Woonsocket, RI
October 4, 2011
Fellowship Health Resources presented 'An Evening with Johnny Neel' at Chan's Restaurant on Friday, September 30. The sold out concert introduced FHR's diverse arts and music recovery model, Studio 35, to the public. The opening lineup for Neel consisted of FHR members, staff, and a Board member.

Seaford Mural of 'Hope' Completed
WBOC-TV, Salisbury, MD
September 29, 2011
Volunteers completed a mural underneath the Stein Highway Bridge as part of a new peer center's opening ceremony on Thursday. Fellowship Health Resources, Inc.,will provide treatment and some housing for people coping with mental health and substance abuse issues at the new Acceptance, Change, Empowerment Center.

Artwork: Mural unveiled during grand opening
Seaford Star, Seaford, DE

September 22, 2011
Local artist John Donato helped coordinate the efforts of a large group of local volunteers, including fellow artists, as they created a giant mural of hope under the Stein Highway Bridge.

New community center offers environment of sharing
Seaford Star, Seaford, DE

September 8, 2011
A regional nonprofit mental health agency is hoping to take its message of hope to the streets of Seaford. Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. (FHR) will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony to open its new Acceptance, Change, Empowerment (A.C.E.) Center on Thursday, September 15.

Seaford: Mural painting to be part of peer center's opening ceremony
The Daily Times, Sussex County, DE
September 6, 2011
Fellowship Health Resources, Inc., a nonprofit mental health and substance abuse treatment agency with programs across Sussex County, will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony to open its new Acceptance, Change, Empowerment Center on Thursday, Sept. 15 from 3 to 6 p.m. Ribbon cutting will be at 4 p.m.

Fellowship Health receives $5K grant
The Herald News, Fall River, MA

August 8, 2011
Fellowship Health Resources, Inc., a mental health and substance abuse treatment agency headquartered in Lincoln, RI, will continue its Healthy Lifestyles Program in Fall River thanks to a Community Impact Grant from the United Way of Greater Fall River.

Fellowship Health Resources Joins the CommonGround Community
Pat Deegan Associates, Byfield, MA
June 16, 2011
We would like to welcome Fellowship Health Resources in Pennsylvania to our community of CommonGround users.  "Go-live" was on June 13, 2011. Fellowship will be using CommonGround in the psychiatric medication clinic and is excited about the opportunity to empower clients to begin participating in shared decision-making with medical staff.