Friendship Clubhouse strives to create a safe, supportive environment that is sensitive to each member’s unique needs. Friendship Clubhouse focuses on socialization, social and independent living skills enhancement, wellness and recovery, recreation and vocational rehabilitation. The goal of Friendship Clubhouse is the empowerment of members to re-establish their normal roles in the community and to successfully re-integrate into community life through active participation in the planning and achievement of their personal recovery goals. Friendship Clubhouse members can choose how often they attend the program and in which activities they participate. Membership in the program is not a prerequisite to attend program activities or benefit from its services.
Neighborhood House Association: Friendship Clubhouse
Self-help groups, independent living skills classes, peer support and advocacy, Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP), vocational support groups, assistance with employment or volunteer activities, computer lab, games and entertainment, field trips, arts and crafts, fitness, referrals
Neighborhood House Association Friendship Clubhouse is a member-driven psychosocial rehabilitation program for adults with severe and persistent mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder.
Types of Needs:
Activities, Advocacy/Legal, Clubhouses, General Life Skills, Outpatient Services for Mental Health
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We do not endorse any specific organization listed nor are we responsible for ensuring the quality of the services listed. Users should always select services at their own discretion. Additionally, this information is subject to change as funding for programs can shift over time, though we do our very best to keep the resource center as up-to-date as possible.