Second Step Clubhouse is open:
Monday - Saturday 1:00 to 5:00
Closed on Sundays and Holidays
WORK UNITS: Monday-Friday 1:00
SOCIAL REC: Monday-Friday 2:00 to 5:00 & Satrurday 1:00 to 5:00
Monday: 1:30 Stretching / 2:00 Support Group
Tuesday: 2:00 Clubhouse Meetings (1st and 3rd Tuesday)
Wednesday: 1:30 Stretching
2:30 Employment Discussion (1st and 3rd Wednesday)
2:00 Relaxation Group ( 2nd and 4th Wednesday)
Thursday: 2:00 Creative Expressions
Friday: 2:00 Group game activity
WORK UNITS: This is the time where Staff and Members work together side-by-side to complete the daily work that is important to the Clubhouse daily functioning. Participation in the Work Units is always encouraged but not enforced. If a Member chooses not to participate in Work Units, then we ask for them to please wait in the TV room till social / rec time starts. (Work Unit Duties: attendance, outreach, maintenance, snack bar, inventory, money count, phone calls, check mail, file, type, newsletter, and cleaning)
SUPPORT GROUPS: Clubhouse Members can check in on how the past week went and share any mental health struggles, successes, and recovery management tools.
STRETCHING & WALK: Lead by a Clubhouse member, we are lead through a stretching routine and then go for a walk if the weather permits.
RELAXATION GROUP: Lead by a Clubhous member, members are guided through a various ways of relaxation to reduce daily stress.
CLUBHOUSE MEETINGS: All Clubhouse Meetings are open to both Members and Staff. This is a time where we discuss the operations of the Clubhouse Program and make decisions based on the feed back from all participating. On days we have our Clubhouse Meetings, social / rec does not start until after the meeting is done.
CREATIVE EXPRESSIONS: Lead by a Clubhouse member, come and share what creations you have, are, or will be working on. Also group projects, watch musicals or movies based on real life events.
GROUP GAME ACTIVITY: Regular Social / Rec starts but we also try each Friday to introduce new games for anyone to learn.
SOCIAL & RECREATION: We believe that normalized social and recreational opportunities are an important part of a person’s path to recovery. So, this is the time to relax, have fun, and have the opportunity to watch TV, personal computer use, pool table, snack bar, play games, crafts/art projects, Wii games, movies, and listen to music.