Jeremy Goldstein is a partner at Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, an esteemed law firm dealing with major corporate mergers and acquisition. Learn more about Jeremy Goldstein: https://www.resumonk.com/Rf4O8IjkZGGkJ1jqlTIPqA and https://lawyers.justia.com/lawyer/jeremy-goldstein-1275422
Mr. Goldstein is chairman of the board of the Mergers and Acquisition Subcommittee of the Executive Compensation Committee of the business section of the American Bar Association. Mr. Goldstein is a prolific speaker and writer on corporate governance and executive compensation considerations.
Jeremy Goldstein, who is a board member of Foundation House, graciously hosted the luxurious event that included fine wine and exquisite food to benefit the Fountain House that supports people suffering from mental illness.
With mental illness at an all-time high, the Fountain House, founded in 1944, has been a beacon of hope for those dealing with mental illness. The Fountain House strives to help those suffering from mental illness by giving them tools to cope with everyday life. Read more: Jeremy Goldstein | Facebook and Jeremy Goldstein | Slideshare
Their community mental health programs combined with their activism for mental health has improved the school completion rate to 77% as compared to 32% for those with mental illness in the general population. Foundation House has dropped their patient’s re-hospitalization rate from 50% to 10%. 99% of their members have adequate housing. They also provide over 40,000 meals a year to members.
Due to their model of community involvement, The Foundation House has been extremely successful. Each member participates in one of these seven areas in the community, communication, culinary, education, horticulture, reception, and membership.
Their community involvement helps them build dignity, friends, and self-esteem. Those achievements allow them to transition into a work environment.
The Foundation House operates in 30 countries and 300 locations in 32 states allowing them to reach 100,000 people with mental illness. Goldstein has been a supporter and an avid proponent of their model of community involvement and he has served on the board since 2010.