Are you a mental health client needing support during the daytime hours? Would you like to learn new skills for employment?
"A Place to Belong"
Cherry Street Clubhouse is a program to help the severely mentally disabled. It is a respectful, restorative environment for those who have been socially and vocationally disabled by mental illness. It is not a residential facility. No members are housed on the premises and it is not a place for members to "hang out." It operates on four key elements:
The Work Ordered Day Program involves both members and staff in the real and meaningful work of keeping the clubhouse running. Most apects of the operation are shared equally between members and staff. This shared work provides needed structure and serves as the first step toward possible employment.
Teams of the Clubhouse
compiles statistical information pertaining to the clubhouse.
plans, prepares, and serves meals.
maintains the grounds and plants the vegetable garden. They also harvest the garden for the Culinary team.
Works to insure the building and grounds are safe.
Reception & Membership Team:
compile monthly newsletter, outreach calls to members, and sends reminder cards to members who have not attended regularly.
works to complete monthly inspections of all equipment, fire safety and vehicle safety.