College Re-Entry

helps academically engaged 18-30 year-old college students, who withdraw from their studies due to mental health challenges, return to college and successfully reach their educational goals.

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After a move to the west coast in 2020, Minyon collected herself and found strength in an old group of friends who spoke openly about their mental health challenges. She started freelancing, bolstering her support network and seeking out therapy, and wanted to get in front of her life again. During her time in college, she had bookmarked a post on The Mighty by Fountain House College Re-Entry graduate Addie and connected her own story to the words on screen.
Jo Malone London will support Fountain House with the launch of the White Lilac & Rhubarb Charity Home Candle. For each White Lilac & Rhubarb Charity Home Candle sold in the U.S., Jo Malone London will donate 70% of the purchase price, less tax (between May 13, 2021 and May 13, 2022) to Fountain House, supporting the growth and expansion of its youth initiative and College Re-Entry program.
Charles lost interest in everything from attending classes to playing soccer because of his depression. With the time he spent at College Re-Entry, he regained the focus and motivation needed to do the things he loved the most.
Being with people in the same boat helped me manage my social anxiety as I went back to school.

 

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Time Magazine: Record Numbers of College Students Are Seeking Treatment for Depression and Anxiety — But Schools Can't Keep Up          The New York Times

 

We have helped students return to over 25 schools, including

College Re-Entry has helped students return to over 25 schools including these

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