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Mission Statment

SERVICES

Work Ordered Day Schedule

To create a supportive environment where members can be involved in meaningful work, build healthy relationships, and develop skills to live a more independent and successful life.

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Transportation

We offer daily pick up and drop off from members homes to Clubhouse including offsite activities. 

Monday- Friday 8:30am-3:00pm

Transitional Employment

Volunteering in  our skill building program prepares members for our Transitional Employment program. Where you can work up to 20 hours a week at any participating business. 

Skill Building

We offer a variety of skill building programs. Such as clerical, janitorial, retail and license kitchen through the health department. 

SERVICES

ABOUT

 

 It is first and foremost a purposeful community of people working together toward a common goal. It offers a structured daily schedule to provide the opportunity for meaningful work, promote the development of meaningful relationships and a place to belong.

Club Interactions also known as Club House is an internationally accredited clubhouse model providing rehabilitation and skill building services to individuals with mental illness.

 

We offer a variety of skill building services such as:

  1. Skill Building: retail, clerical, janitorial, and food service in a licensed kitchen.

  2. Employment: transitional employment program where you can work up to 20 hours at minimum wage.

  3. Outreach and Advocacy: we offer support to our members through phone calls, cards and monthly newsletters.

  4. Community Support: we participate in different social and recreational opportunities in the community such as bowling, movies, shopping and outdoor activities.

 

 Through participation in clubhouse, people are giving the worlds of friendship, family, work, employment opportunities, education and the support of others who believe that recovery is possible for all. Through working side-by-side with staff to complete the work of clubhouse, people build skills, self-confidence, develop friendships and receive the support they need to live more independent and successful lives outside of the clubhouse.

ABOUT

1999

Year Established

98

Membership

70

Average Monthly Outreach

8

Transitional Employment Placement

PROJECTS

Social Activites

Picnic at the Park

Halloween 2022

Community Partners

CONTACT

CONTACT

Inquiries

For any inquiries, questions or commendations, please call: 231-724-4495 or fill out the following form

Main Building

HealthWest

376 E. Apple Ave

Muskegon, MI 49442

231-724-1111

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Advisory Board

Monique Winters

Melissa DeAugustine

Leigh Skok

Cyndi Blair

Pastor Art Duren

Suzanne Hosler

Trinell Scott

Jeff Skok

 

BOARD MEETS THE SECOND WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH

11:45—12:45

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