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Hope Springs Clubhouse
19 North 6th Street, Suite 102
Reading, PA 19601
Phone: (484) 650-0198
Fax: (610) 375-3595

Hours of Operation:
     Monday - Friday
     8:00am - 4:00pm

“Hope reinforces recovery - our acronym Hope ; H represents Healing , the first step to recovery; O represents Opportunity , we are a resource to provide opportunity and support for recovery; P represents Potential , when people are given the support they see their innate potential; E represents Empower , when a person sees the opportunity and believes in their potential, they become empowered and believe in themselves; that is HOPE to me.”

Hope Springs Founding Member, 2015

What  is  Hope  Springs  Clubhouse ?

Hope Springs Clubhouse is a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Clubhouse that provides services for 16-25 year olds with a serious mental illness.

The Clubhouse Model is a unique approach to recovery in the mental health field. Clubhouse seeks to build on members’ strengths while creating a community where each member is wanted, needed, and expected. This approach provides its members with positive purpose and creates an environment for members to achieve their goals.

As a provider of Transitional Age Youth, Hope Springs Clubhouse is helping bridge the gap between the child service system and the adult service system. Hope Springs Clubhouse is educating its members on how to navigate both service systems in order to receive the assistance imperative to their recovery. Hope Springs Clubhouse is empowering its members by promoting self-advocacy and educating its members about the importance of using an assertive voice throughout their recovery.

Hope Springs Clubhouse offers unique educational and vocational programs in order to support its members in reaching goals of attaining meaningful roles. These programs include the Supported Education Program, the Transitional Employment Program, and the Supported Employment Program.

How  do  I  become  a member?

In order to become a member, you must meet the following criteria: - You are 16-25 years old - You have a history of a serious mental illness - You have moderate to severe difficulties in functioning in at least one of the living, learning, working, or socializing domains - You are a Berks County resident - You choose to participate in the program

If you meet all of the above criteria, you must complete a Referral Form and have an LPHA (Physician, Physician’s Assistant, Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner, or a Psychologist) complete a Recommendation Form. These forms must be submitted along with the most recent Psychiatric Evaluation to Hope Springs Clubhouse. Upon receiving all of the above information, Hope Springs Clubhouse will contact you to set up a tour. Following the tour, an intake will be scheduled and completed.

If you have any questions regarding this process or regarding the program, please do not hesitate to contact Hope Springs Clubhouse at (484) 650-0198.

 


 

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