Invitations are being sent out for the Toowoomba Clubhouse 20th Anniversary Celebration Event on Wednesday 7 September 2016 starting at 5.30 pm. If you were involved in our history over the last 20 years you are welcome to attend this event.
WELCOME TO CLUBHOUSE
Toowoomba Clubhouse is an organisation dedicated to supporting adults with a lived experience of mental illness. As a community, we aim to provide opportunities for our members to develop the skills and confidence needed to transform their lives.
Clubhouse provides a restorative environment for members who need the support and belief of others to assist them in their recovery. Members can choose the way that they participate in the work of Clubhouse, the skills they wish to build, how they socialise with others, and which support programs they access.
Clubhouse programs provide members with opportunities to access employment, education, housing, and other supports they may need. We are always looking for ways in which we can extend the opportunities we provide.
are you interested in VOLUNTEERING?
are you looking to get more involved in your COMMUNITY?
could you support ANOTHER PERSON to
be more involved in the community?
if you answered yes to the above, contact us now!
Do you know about Oakey House?
It's about self directed recovery and personal empowerment,
as each person is recognised as being valuable and
making a unique contribution to the community.
It's open every Monday at 6 Cherry Street, Oakey.
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Clubhouse receives $20,000 for kitchen modernisation project.
Member for Groom Ian Macfarlane and Luke Terry from Toowoomba Clubhouse announcing $20,000 in grant funding for a kitchen modernisation project.
Deputy Prime Minister announces $1 million in funding
Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss announces $1 million in Federal Government funding for the Vanguard Laundry project, an initiative to create jobs for people living with mental illness, including Clubhouse members.