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What Is A Clubhouse?

Support For
Mental Illness

A Clubhouse is organized to support people living with mental illness. During the course of their participation in a Clubhouse, members gain access to opportunities to rejoin the worlds of friendships, family, employment, and education, and to the services and support, they may individually need to continue their recovery.

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What Is A Clubhouse?

Support For
Mental Illness

A Clubhouse is organized to support people living with mental illness. During the course of their participation in a Clubhouse, members gain access to opportunities to rejoin the worlds of friendships, family, employment and education, and to the services and support they may individually need to continue their recovery.

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Our Services

Community Linkages

Establishing relationship with community stakeholders to assist and support member access to community resources

Health and Wellness

Daily nutritious meal prepared and served by members to members; creating opportunities to learn about health living approaches, smoking cessation,diet and nutrition, physical activity, health care benefits and increase access to assistive equipment

Employment

All you have to do is have a desire to work.  If you want to work, the clubhouse will help you find opportunities.  Clubhouse membership has almost double the average employment of people receiving public mental health.

Education

Facilitating access and success of educational and training opportunities in the community, helping to navigate student loans, planned absences, and accommodations.

Socialization/Recreation

Assist in identifying social/recreational activities.  Compared to individuals receiving psychiatric services without clubhouse membership, members are significantly more likely to report a close friendship or identify someone they can rely on.

Life Skills

Promoting greater independence in financial management, securing health insurance, home management, cooking, personal care, safety, problem-solving, managing stress, wellness, coping with loss, sexual health, responding to bullying and/or discrimination, and helping with life roles and relationships.

Housing

Assisting members in housing searches, maintaining safe and affordable housing, referrals for furniture and housewares, peer-assisted moving, accessing fuel assistance and other benefits, and landlord negotiations.

Reach Out

Members connecting to those who are isolated, hospitalized or feeling disconnected to the community.  Helping in times of personal or communal stress.  100,000 people are reached every year from over 320 clubhouses in 34 countries. 

Our Mission

Elm Brook Place is committed to providing a welcoming, empowering community environment that promotes hope, recovery and independence for individuals with psychiatric disabilities. Central to this are opportunities for meaningful work, meaningful relationships, employment, education, affordable housing, health and wellness and entitlement assistance.

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Measureable Impacts Happen Here

Clubhouse members are significantly less likely to be hospitalized or incarcerated.

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