Lowenstein House, Inc.
A Mental Health Rehabilitation Program
Where can you go after being diagnosed with a mental illness? How do you put the pieces back together? Lowenstein House lets people know that there is indeed help and hope...
Getting back to "normal". That's what recovery is all about. Lowenstein House teaches people the skills they need to achieve and maintain good mental health. Services include
The dinner was held on Tuesday, November 21, 2017 at the Holiday Inn, University of Memphis. In addition to great food and door prizes, a silent auction of beautifully crafted artwork created by the Members of Lowenstein House was held. We were also honored to feature prints by renowned artist Terry Lynn. Special thanks to staffer Thomasin Durgin and the members of Lowenstein House for their work on the silent auction.
We were especially proud and honored that the Mayor of Memphis, Jim Strickland and the Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Mental Health, Marie Williams, were able to attend and speak at our event. Additionally, TV Personality Gina Neely, from the Food Network show "Down Home With the Neely's" and Sunday’s Best contestant Crystal Jones inspired attendees with their words and song. Kym Clark of local TV network WMC-5 added her own special touch as the emcee of our program. The evening was an exceptional night of thanks, reflection, entertainment and fun!
Weren't able to make it? You can still contribute! Click here to donate now! For those that were able to attend and/or contribute to Lowenstein House - thank you for your support, it was sincerely appreciated!
“I love the Lowenstein House. They are great people. I found lots of love, Its like family with open arms and so much support all around. They are there to lift me up and teach me how to stay strong no matter what. They even taught me how to deal with my mental illness. There are so many classes & groups,
Lowenstein House Member
Lowenstein House was founded in Memphis, TN in October, 1977. Since its inception, over 4,000 persons diagnosed with mental illnesses have found hope, support, job skills and the path to recovery.
Each year, the agency sponsors a fundraiser - The Annual Thanksgiving Dinner. The 2017 celebration commemorated 40 years of service to the Memphis community!
“Lowenstein House is great! They help you turn your life around and show you there's more to life other than sitting at home. They're getting you ready for the real work place so you can live a normal life just like an average person."
Lowenstein House Member
February 14, 2018
Whether it's job skills training, working towards a GED, understanding your illness or learning how to take care of basic living skills, education is a key component of Lowenstein House...