The Wellspring Clubhouse is a voluntary rehabilitation program based on the original “Clubhouse Model” founded by Fountain House in New York City in 1948. The purpose
of our Clubhouse is to promote recovery and instill hope
among members with mental health and/or co-occurring substance use challenges.
The Clubhouse Model features member leadership and
involvement in all aspects of the program. Members work
side-by-side with staff as colleagues to run the program,
to learn or teach skills, and to offer support and resources
needed to achieve a satisfying and improved quality of life
in the community.
Above all, Wellspring Clubhouse provides a place where people can belong and is a place for friendship, hope, and new beginnings.
The Clubhouse operates in a “work-ordered day,” which runs from 8:30 am – 4:00 pm, Monday - Friday. Members choose to work in one of three units:
1. Member Services: Focuses on building administrative skills, welcomes new members, and maintains
records and statistics
2. Career Development: Focuses on return to school or work, offers tutoring, and publishes a monthly
newsletter on member accomplishments
3. Health and Wellness: Prepares daily lunches, maintains the Clubhouse Café, and manages exercise,
recreation, and environment of Clubhouse
For more information about Wellspring Clubhouse, contact Jill Horan at 267.404.5854 or firstname.lastname@example.org.