Clubhouses provide a supportive environment where people can socialize, participate in recreational activities and learn new skills.

The Clubhouse Program serves adults living with a mental illness who are seeking a community of understanding, like-minded people who might share the same experiences that they do. Clubhouses provide a supportive environment where people can socialize, participate in recreational activities, learn new skills and increase their involvement in the community. 

What you can expect:

  • Staff and other members to welcome you
  • To explore what you want to do or focus on
  • To be invited to join in some activities
  • To talk with staff about how you’re doing
  • Learn skills to increase your independence, such as cooking and budgeting
  • Participate in physical and mental health management groups
  • Enjoy daily activities related to work readiness (such as computer training) and community volunteer options
  • Explore your hopes and dreams for a career
  • Review what you need to reach your goals in your community regarding education and employment
  • Join programs such as music and art activities, cultural events, and sports

Access

Eligibility

  • Are 19 years and older
  • Have a diagnosis of mental illness (with a referral from a therapist or doctor)
  • Live in the Fraser Health region:
    • Burnaby
    • New Westminster
    • Coquitlam
    • Port Moody
    • Port Coquitlam
    • Maple Ridge
    • Mission
    • Abbotsford
    • Chilliwack
    • Hope
    • Langley
    • Surrey
    • Delta
    • Tsawwassen
    • White Rock