Everyone has different strengths. The clubhouse model recognizes this and offers treatments based on each person’s unique abilities and talents. It is designed to build self-esteem, develop work skills, complete educational goals, help members return to productive employment in the community, and obtain affordable housing.
Alliance House (Salt Lake City) and New Reflections (Tooele)
Certified by the International Center for Clubhouse Development, ours are two of more than four hundred such programs worldwide. Alliance House is entirely focused on the principle that meaningful work is critical in bringing positive change to those living with mental illness. Members pursue educational goals through the school districts, work in positions at the Clubhouse, and work for employers in the community.
In addition to helping members become educated and employed, finding affordable housing is one of the primary efforts of Alliance House. Alliance House manages the Valley Villa housing units in Salt Lake City, which provide low-cost lodging for its members.