Eureka Clubhouse located in Moonah is a friendly place where there are no barriers or judgements placed on anyone who seeks our help. It is an adult community mental health program that operates through client (member) involvement in running of the Clubhouse. The model attaches meaningful activities and relationships to develop a model of psychosocial rehabilitation and recovery.
Members and staff work side by side in a collaborative partnership in the everyday running of the service, including cooking lunch and running the fundraising canteen, administration duties and providing support to members who are unable to attend the Clubhouse in person.
“I treat Clubhouse like home where we are all one big working family caring for the association and one another. Some of us come to gain skills, some to volunteer in the work-ordered day, and most of all to have acceptance and understanding.” – Julie.
Members who require one to one case management and intensive support are assessed and are referred to specialist services if required.
At Eureka Clubhouse, we facilitate and support the physical, psychological, employment, housing and educational needs of those who come to us for help. We also provide opportunities for social activities and friendship.
The opportunity to join Eureka Clubhouse begins with a simple visit to us, followed by an orientation site visit. Anyone is free to access the service daily Monday to Friday 9-5 pm.
How this service is delivered
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