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Recovery from mental illness is about more than treatment – it’s about being embraced by your community to connect with others and regain a sense of hope, confidence, opportunity and wellness.
Our Clubhouse program promotes recovery by providing a safe and supportive environment for people experiencing mental illness to enjoy active participation in a balance of healthy and fulfilling activities.
The Clubhouse centers on social, recreational and creative arts activities connecting participants with one another and with our staff. Some of our current activities include groups for young adults, peer support training, recreational outings, weekly arts, crafts and creative writing workshops, and drop-in social events.
Our kitchen program provides clubhouse members with an opportunity to learn kitchen-related skills by helping to prepare and serve nutritious lunches during weekdays. The program also provides catering services for meetings and special events.
Clubhouse also brings members together for seasonal events such as camping, dances, and holiday festivities. It’s a warm and comfortable atmosphere for people to relax whether it’s by enjoying the company of others, watching a movie, or even just having a cup of coffee and a homemade cookie.
Here’s what members have said about our clubhouse:
“I can be myself.”
“Nice, friendly atmosphere.”
“Clubhouse activities give me a chance to go places I would not go to because of budget and not wanting to go alone. It provides fellowship and gets me out of the house.”
“Volunteering here makes me feel productive.”
To learn more call (250) 832-8477 ext. 109 or email email@example.com.