Daniel's Place is an organization for young people, ages 18-28, experiencing mental illnesses such as bi-polar disorder, depression, and schizophrenia. It is a place where people understand you and you are not judged. A place where you don't have to be afraid of your mental illness.
Opened in July 1998, Daniel's Place is a center where people in the first stages of mental illness are treated fairly. We offer support groups, individual consultations, and assistance with housing, employment, and the mental health system. We also offer support to family members to help cope with their loved one's mental illness. Our services are free.
Daniel's Place is named after Daniel Greenberg (1959-1997). Daniel was a scholar, athlete, actor, humanitarian, and outreach worker at Step Up and member of the Step Up Board Of Directors. Daniel's Place was created to honor his memory and to educate and support individuals and their families in their recovery from mental illness.
This web site was created to help people learn more about Daniel's Place. On it, you will find information about what we do, an interview with a member, resources for parents, and ways we can help you cope with mental illness and recovery. We hope this site will be an important resource for you and your family.
Open: Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
To get our complete contact information, visit our contact page.
*Original Artwork by David Knight