The conversation of mental illness within our society is, fortunately, growing as the years have gone by. One particular proponent of the pursuit to open this conversation to more people and of course find help for them is Jeremy Goldstein.
Mr. Goldstein is one of the most revered and respected lawyers in New York, with a Bachelors and Masters from Cornell University and a sitting board member of the Fountain House, Mr.Goldstein gets the job done. His firm’s focus is mostly in the areas of corporate compensation and other consulting services.
In addition, Jeremy Goldstein also holds a seat on the board of directors of the American Bar Association, specifically the Executive Compensation Committee. Currently, Mr.Goldstein has announced the organization of a Dinner Wine that will go to benefit the Fountain House, a charity organization which aids those suffering from mental illness.
The Fountain House has been a hugely successful venture to fight mental illness and its stigmas, with over 300 locations in 32 states including overseas, the Fountain House has served over 100,000 people all over the globe. Learn more about Jeremy Goldstein: https://www.resumonk.com/Rf4O8IjkZGGkJ1jqlTIPqA and http://www.bizjournals.com/newyork/potmsearch/detail/submission/6423046
The importance of bringing awareness to mental illness is incredibly important, in fact, the world health organization has recently stated that mental illness is the crisis of our lifetime.
This by no means is an exaggeration to elevate the disease but an actual issue that has brought harm to our economy through lost production and families through divorce and shunning. Today the fountain House is going on 70 years and looking forward to many more. Read more: Exclusive NYC Wine Dinners Hosted by Attorney Jeremy Goldstein and Friends and Jeremy Goldstein Hosts Wine Dinner Supporting Fountain House
The wine dinner being held on May 22nd is sure to attract some of the biggest names in New York, and most importantly some of the biggest donors who will aid in keeping the goal of ridding mental illness out of our society through the work of the Fountain House organization for good.