A Viability Clubhouse is a place where individuals with disabilities and other societal disadvantages gain access to opportunities that connect them with the community, employment, education and friendships. More than a program or social service, a Clubhouse is a community of people working together to achieve a common goal. Clubhouses offer Housing Supports, Young Adult Supports, Substance Abuse Recovery, Social Activities, Recreational Activities, Services For The Homeless, and more.
A Viability Clubhouse also provides vocational rehabilitation and work related activities for: > Business > Employment > Education > Hospitality > Housing / Homelessness > Outreach
At a Viability Clubhouse, staff and members are driven by a belief in recovery through work and partner in the operation of a Clubhouse. Opportunities and features of Viability Clubhouse include:
> A first belief in the notion of “recovery through work” > A vibrant work ordered day where members and staff work together in partnership in the operation of the clubhouse > A strong employment program that offers three tiers of job placement and support > An active social component that helps connect members with each other and to social opportunities and connections in the larger community > Increase social, vocational, and educational skills > Transition into the workplace > Get back to school > Increase participation in the community
Viability provides vocational rehabilitation and employment services, community living, day support, and transition services to people with disabilities and other disadvantages. As a provider of human services and accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), Viability employs partnerships to create opportunities for individuals with disabilities.