Alcott Center Mission Statement

Alcott Center for Mental Health Services is a nonprofit agency providing outpatient services to adults living with mental health issues, many of whom are experiencing co-occurring substance misuse and/or homelessness. The Alcott Center has been in existence since 1979 and receives funding from the Los Angeles County Departments of Mental Health and Health Services, foundations and other, private sources. Our services are available at no or little cost.

  • We strive to create a state-of-the-art facility and deliver best-practice treatment methods
  • We respond to our objectives creatively and collaboratively
  • We strive to be diverse, inclusive, and welcoming to all stakeholders
  • Our path of growth is strategic, smart and steady toward whatever size makes us most effective in fulfilling our mission

Fisher Place

Operated by the Alcott Center, Fisher Place is a bridge housing facility providing temporary residence to 43 men impacted by mental health issues, recently released from incarceration, and in receipt of rehabilitative services. It is supported by the generosity of Actress/Director/Mental Health Advocate Joely Fisher and the Fisher Family.

Alcott Center Board of Directors

David Sall, Co-Chair
Steve Tyler, Co-Chair
William McKenna, Treasurer
Lee Milman, Secretary
Dezetta Burnett
Clayton Coleman
Joely Fisher
Antonio Goodwin
Courtney White Procel
Michael Soter
Andrea ‘Andi’ Wagner
Michael Welch

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