Toowoomba Clubhouse
Mental Health Service & Support Programs

Toowoomba Clubhouse mental health service and support programs provide members with opportunities to access employment, education, life skills, and other mental health support they may need.  


Established in 1996, Toowoomba Clubhouse is dedicated to supporting adults with a lived experience of mental illness.  Our members enjoy a weekly program specially designed to help each individual identify and achieve their mental health recovery goal. Some of these goals relate to Education, Employment, building Social Connections, Life Skills and Independence.

On becoming a member of Clubhouse, staff will work with you to help you figure out your goal.  You then choose how you will use the Clubhouse services (see the list of options below) – after that, you are on your way towards better mental health.

Why not drop in for a tour during business hours (9:00am - 4:30pm Monday to Thursday, and 9:00am-4:00pm Fridays) or join us for lunch at our Open House (1st Thursday of every month, 12:00-1:00pm). Family and friends are always welcome too! 

Referrals to Clubhouse are accepted from Health Professionals - click here to see how to become a member.

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Every week

Clubhouse offers our Work Ordered Day, plus morning and afternoon Social and Community, Education and Employment and Independent Living Skills options.

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Weekly programs

To download our weekly program flyer and learn more about all of our offerings, click here.


We offer a range of recovery support programs & projects that improve the mental health of individuals and groups through building connection, confidence, life skills, housing and employment opportunities.


Before coming to Clubhouse I felt undervalued and lacked confidence. Since coming here, I’ve been able to learn new skills and build my confidence. I enjoy being around other members who know what it’s like to be on a personal mental health journey – I’ve met some really lovely people at Clubhouse.
— Ruth S.
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We work collaboratively and in partnership across the Toowoomba region to reduce stigma, improve understanding and create opportunities for people living with mental health challenges.

Before coming to Toowoomba Clubhouse, my depression was severe. I was struggling to meet the right people and trouble seemed to find me. I’ve worked in the gardens at Clubhouse for the last three years and this has helped me build my confidence and feel valued again. I was very unhappy but now, Clubhouse has given me my joy back.
— Gordy O. (The Garden Man)