The Gould Farm Story
Gould Farm, founded in 1913, is the first residential therapeutic community in the nation dedicated to helping adults with mental health and related challenges move toward recovery and independence through community living, meaningful work, and clinical care.
We refer to our residents as “guests” and welcome them into a supportive community environment made up of staff and their families most of whom live on the 700-acre campus. We help adults with depression, bipolar disorder, schizoaffective disorder, schizophrenia and other challenges rebuild and regain their lives. Gould Farm offers a full continuum of services that includes individual sessions with a dedicated clinician. Programs in both Boston and the Berkshires provide transitional support for guests ready to live more independently. Vocational counseling is available for those preparing to return to school or work.
Queering the Community
Gould Farm is committed to an inclusive environment that respects, values, and celebrates the unique attributes, characteristics, and perspectives of each person. We believe that bringing diverse individuals together enriches our therapeutic community and together we create a safe, trusting, and supportive environment. Learn more here.