Clubhouse International Standards
The International Standards for Clubhouse Programs™, agreed upon by all our member Clubhouses, define the Clubhouse Model of rehabilitation. The Standards:
-Are at the heart of the success experienced by Clubhouses around the world helping people with mental illness stay out of hospitals while achieving social, financial, educational, and vocational goals;
-Serve as a “bill of rights” for members and a code of ethics for Clubhouse staff, boards and administrators, and a reminder that Clubhouses must be places that offer respect and opportunities to members;
-Provide the basis for assessing Clubhouse quality through the Clubhouse International Accreditation™ process.
-Every two years the worldwide Clubhouse community reviews these Standards and amends them as necessary. The process is coordinated by the Clubhouse International Standards Review Committee, made up of members and staff from Accredited Clubhouses around the world. The Standards insist that a Clubhouse is a place that offers respect and opportunity to its members.
The Howard Levin Clubhouse is a warm, welcoming community where adults whose lives have been disrupted by mental illness come together to discover and develop their strengths and abilities, build self-confidence, and gain valuable social and vocational skills that prepare them for more productive, rewarding, meaningful lives.
Hours of Operation
8:00 to 5:00 Monday-Thursday
8:00 to 7 every other Friday
Closed: Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
You can make a general contribution to support our ongoing programs or donate to one of the specific programs of your choice by clicking the button below
Sally and Howard Levin Clubhouse
2609 Murray Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
The Clubhouse is a program from The Branch.
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