clubhouse model


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clubhouse model

A peer/staff collaborative approach for supporting independent community living by people with mental illnesses.
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After two years at home with Lloyd, and learning about the clubhouse model at an Ohio convention, Bacalu got involved with the TBI clubhouse movement, founding the Ballinger TBI Clubhouse in Akron, Ohio, which since merged with the Community Health Center to form the Community Clubhouse for Brain Injury in April 2008.
By all of these important measures, the Clubhouse model has demonstrated solid success.
Fountain House in New York, New York, was and still is the most well-known of these centers and has led the way in developing and disseminating the Clubhouse Model [103].
states and 21 other countries (Wang, Macias, &Jackson, 1999), including Japan, Korea, Pakistan, South Africa, Germany, Sweden, and Australia, serving an estimated 25,000 psychiatric consumers ("Gold Award: The Wellspring of the Clubhouse Model," 1999; Lucca, 2000; Mastboom, 1992).
Clubhouse Model. The Clubhouse Model is a comprehensive group approach that focuses on practical issues in informal settings (Bond, 1995).