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Hope House – Club 84 is a psycho-social rehabilitation program that operates using the clubhouse model. A clubhouse is a center of hope and opportunity for people with a serious mental illness.
The 4 Guarantees of Clubhouse
  • The right to a place to come
  • The right to meaningful work
  • The right to meaningful relationships
  • The right to a place to return

Hope House – Club 84 Hours: Monday to Friday from 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM, Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM.

For a complete orientation manual, please click here: Orientation Manual 2016.

For more information on the clubhouse model and the international standards please visit Clubhouse International or call Dan at 705-759-0458 ext. 226.

Social Recreation and Special Events

Social recreation is recognized as a very important aspect of Hope House – Club 84.  It contributes to the wellness and recovery goals of all members.

Social recreation is scheduled outside of the work day activities and provides opportunities for members and staff to strengthen and build relationships.  It is a time when interesting and exciting things can be planned for the enjoyment of all members and staff.

Work-Ordered Day

Hope House – Club 84 is organized into work units responsible for the daily operation of the Clubhouse.  For many new members, joining one of these units presents a first opportunity to ease into the world of work and social interaction.

Working in the units allows members not only to develop job skills, but to perform real work that is valued by the clubhouse community.  Members are presented with the opportunity to regain a sense of self worth and often find, for the first time in a long time, that they are wanted,needed and expected.

The clubhouse work day is structured around the activities that need to be completed in order for the clubhouse to function.  Work is accomplished in units where members and staff work side by side.