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What Is Clubhouse?

A Clubhouse is a community organised to support individuals living with the effects of mental illness. Through participation in Clubhouse, people are given opportunities to explore friendships, rebuild links with family, participate in work related and educational activities and to access the services and supports they may individually need.

What we provide:

  • Independent living skills
  • Vocational skills
  • Computer tuition
  • Office training
  • Cooking classes
  • Safe food handling
  • Barista Coffee Training
  • Catering
  • Hall hire
  • Growing vegetables
  • Lunch available daily
  • Annual Camp
  • Cafe experience
  • Wellness in the Workplace 
  • Sport and Recreation
  • Diamond Notes Choir
  • Social activities

'Recovery does not refer to an end product or result. It does not mean that one is 'cured' nor does it mean that one is simply stabilised or maintained in the community. Recovery often involves a transformation of the self wherein one both accepts one's limitations and discovers a new world of possibility. Recovery is a way of life. It is an attitude and way of approaching the day's challenges.'

-Patricia Deegan from Conspiracy of Hope