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C o m m u n i t y




While New Hope does not have our own housing, we support our members in obtaining their own personal housing by providing support with applications, travel to and from the Clubhouse, and connecting with community resources. 



Clubhouse provides members with the opportunity to "let their hair down" and have fun with after hours or weekend activities. We do many outings such as: zoo, Tin Caps baseball, craft nights, Bingo, bowling, etc...



We advocate for our members rights and health by educating our communites on what it means to have a mental illness and how people are all the same whether they have a mental health diagnosis or not. 

Corporate Events


Gaining a GED online


Clubhouse provides an in-house GED program and tutoring service for members who are interested in completing their high-school education. 

Online college courses

Higher Education

If our members are interested in obtaining their Associates, Bachelors, Master's, or PhD, we help them with applying to college, finding funding, and support in their educational endeavors. 

Pink Liquid


There are programs available in the community that New Hope Clubhouse can help members apply for. We support our members both emotionally, and mentally as they pursue their goals for their future.



Work Ordered Day


Food Court

The Food Court serves as a place for members to come together and cook a healthy lunch, and make healthy desserts. They are also in charge of the Snack Bar, which sells healthy snacks and beverages. Members also learn cooking/cleaning skills.

Completing tasks in the business unit.

Business Unit

The Business Unit is in charge of the billing for all Clubhouse services. They also help members with their educational and employment goals. Members can utilize our on site bank where they can learn money management and saving skills. There is also a member Thrift Store where members can purchase affordable housing supplies and home decor.

Private Parties


One of our members at their TE job site.


A program that provides opportunities for member to enter/reenter employment in the community with a paying job. Clubhouse will assist you with all work related needs and issues while employed. 

One of our members at their job site.


An employment opportunity that is not time-limited. The position belongs to the member. Clubhouse develops and maintains a relationship with the employer and assists with job site development and training. 

One of our many members working independantly.


Clubhouse supports members who are working independently in the community. Independent employment positions may be full or part-time, and belong to the member, who has participaed in a fully competitive interview process.

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