Clubhouse Programs

The Clubhouse program serves adults living with a mental illness. If you or someone you know has mental health issues, you may be seeking a community of understanding, like-minded people who might share the same experiences that you do. Find your sense of belonging at a Clubhouse, a safe, supportive environment where you can socialize, participate in fun recreational activities, learn employment skills, and increase community involvement. At the Clubhouses, you will never be labeled by your condition, and will feel welcomed with open arms.

The Clubhouses are based on a psycho-social rehabilitation approach to wellness. Participants are encouraged to participate in the daily operations. Each participant has an individual service plan that is reviewed on a regular basis and modified as circumstances dictate. Staff are trained and possess an understanding of the obstacles facing people living with a mental illness, and can support you in skill building, locating useful community resources and finding suitable volunteer opportunities.

Clubhouse (North Surrey), aka "New Frontier"

New Frontier is wheelchair accessible and offers the following:

  • Basic skills and activities which focus on individual’s personal life, essential to daily living.

  • Leisure/recreation/social activities based on members' values and interests.

  • Overall wellness.

Calendar symbolCalendar of Activities

Surrey North (New Frontier): November | December  Surrey Young Adults: November | December

 

Weekly Events for Members

DECEMBER: CLUBHOUSE CLOSED ON DEC 25 & 26 - CHRISTMAS & BOXING DAYS
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
9:00am Drop-in Social 9:00am Drop-in Social 9:00am Drop-in Social (1st & 2nd week) 9:00am Drop-in Social (1st, 2nd & 3rd week) 9:00am Drop-in Social
9:30am Grocery Shopping 9:30am Breakfast Club 9:30am Member's Meeting (1st & 2nd week) 1:00pm Creative Writing Circle (1st, 2nd and 3rd week) 10:00am My Anxiety Plan
10:00am Computer Lesson 10:30am Meditation 10:00am Menu/Leisure Planning (1st & 2nd week) 1:30pm In-House Games (1st, 2nd & 3rd week) 10:30am Allyson's Kitchen
1:00pm Jam Session 11:00am Knit/Crochet 1:00pm Colour Your World (1st & 3rd Wed)) (1st & 2nd week) 1:00pm Karaoke (2nd & 4th Fri)
1:30pm Community Social 1:00pm In-House Movie (1st & 3rd week)

Vocational Services for Members

DECEMBER: CLUBHOUSE CLOSED ON DEC 25 & 26 - CHRISTMAS & BOXING DAYS
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
8:00am TVP Janitorial Training (except Oct 14) 8:00am TVP Janitorial Training 8:00am TVP Janitorial Training (Except Dec 25) 8:00am TVP Janitorial Training (Except Dec 26) 9:00am Supported Work Program
9:00am Supported Work Interviews at the Roost (except Oct 14) 9:00am Supported Work Program 9:00am Supported Work Program (Except Dec 25) 9:00am Supported Work Program (Except Dec 26) 1:00pm TVP Placement Search
12:30am Supported Work Program - EPI (except Oct 14) 10:00am TVP Infor Interviews (3rd & 4th Tues) One-on-One Job Search: By Appointment (Except Dec 26) Employability Group Workshop: Networking /Hidden Job Market
Resume Development by Appointment Employability Group Workshop: Interviewing/Cover Letter Training. By Appointment

Eligibility criteria

For adults (19+ years old) living in Surrey with a mental illness and want a safe, supportive environment to socialize, participate in recreational activities, learn employment skills, and increase community involvement.

Can you access the program directly?

No. Referrals are required from your general practitioner, psychiatrist or the Surrey Mental Health and Substance Use Centre.

Other referral options

Referrals are required from your general practitioner, psychiatrist or the Surrey Mental Health and Substance Use Centre.

Other information

Location

9803 - 140th Street
Surrey, BC  V3T 4M4

Hours

Monday to Friday: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Contact

Pat St. Jean
Program Manager
604.581.6177  |  pat.stjean@options.bc.ca

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