Pierce County is not alone in the mental health crises plaguing communities across the state. Clubhouses offer people living with mental illness hope and opportunities to reach their full potential. Members operate on proven standards which have been developed
over two decades and are effective in over 320 Clubhouses worldwide. Those standards require that the community – local businesses, employers and members – join forces.
Progress House clients in need of, or mandated to, access to specific treatment such as AA/NA programs, anger management or other mental health services are directed to our Treatment Services. Clients must successfully complete the required assessments prior to beginning employment services.
Supports for continuing education, tutoring, peer skill-sharing and learning through participation are keys to insuring that participants are equipped with a great foundation for their future.
A community center featuring healthy food and guidance on wellness with lifelong access. We will provide lunch to participants during operating hours each week.
Opportunities for rehabilitative socializing and participation in the larger community that breaks down stigma and encourages access for all challenged with mental illness reduces isolation and provides a sense of meaning and community ownership.