IN THE NEWS
Gould Farm holds a unique place in the history of mental health treatment in the United States. Our work has been featured in national publications and international press, from Oprah to NPR and the Wall Street Journal!
National Public Radio
Community-Based Care Can Reduce the Stigma of Mental Illness NPR references Gould Farm in their July 1 public health story on community-based care. Listen to the Invisibilia episode online and check out this article about the impact of stigma.
Clinical Director Jane Linsley's interview on "The future of Mental Health" - The broad strokes of recovery at Gould Farm encompass purposeful work and service, relationship with self and others in a community that fosters recovery and a sense…
Irish Times – Therapy at work
Nathan Yaple on work, baking and beet bread - "Baking is a tool that helps my fellow community members get back in touch with the strengths and joys that were present in their lives before mental health challenges got…
Gould Farm Has Spent 100 Years Helping Those with Serious Mental Illness. Before the start of the deinstitutionalization movement, mental hospitals often had farm operations where patients helped with chores. There is still a place, however, where farms are…