Welcome to the club house!

One of the key principles of the Clubhouse Model is providing “meaningful work.” Putting this principle into practice, we operate a variety of programs to help members develop employment skills and opportunities. The first step is participation in the Day Program’s work units, where members and staff work together to provide the clubhouse with its needed services. In addition to helping members find ways to be productive and fulfilled, this provides an opportunity to build relationships, fulfill social needs, and have fun!

Culinary Unit

We plan, prepare, and serve meals each day. We pull from our own vegetable and herb gardens and also shop for food together at UCAN, Costco, and other places. Members and staff work on keeping our own budget for all the meal expenses.

Clerical Unit

We keep logs on member attendance, statistics on member reachout, a budget, a weekly newsletter for our members and staff, and a quarterly newsletter for our donors, other Clubhouses, and local NAMI members.

Landscaping & Gardening Unit

In the summer we have a vegetable and herb garden to keep up, as well as flowers and grass to take care of. Weeding, watering, and mowing are included in this unit for members to be able to get out and enjoy working in the fresh air and sunshine.

Other Assistance

The Clubhouse also assists members with other things, including but not limited to, housing, employment, education, and social needs. The Clubhouse Model believes in the importance of helping members reintegrate into society and achieve independence and self-support. This is to restore self-respect, confidence, and purpose to their lives. In addition to having a family-like atmosphere during the work-ordered day at the Clubhouse, we also host social events every month and on major holidays which members and staff do the planning for.