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Living with mental illness? Join the Club!

Magnolia Clubhouse is a welcoming community of support. Here you will find opportunities to engage in meaningful work, activities and friendships for a better quality of life. Learn More

Hoping to finish school? You can with our support.

Mental illness can interfere with completing your education, but with the right supports you can be successful. Whether working on a GED, certificate, or degree, Magnolia Clubhouse assists its members in returning to school. Learn More

Do you want to find a job? We can help you.

Mental illness does not need to be a barrier to employment. Magnolia Clubhouse can help you find and keep a job. With our support, Clubhouse members enter (or re-enter) the workforce and succeed. Learn More

Magnolia Clubhouse is a valuable resource for men and women with mental illness who want to build a better life, find employment, or continue their education.

Magnolia Clubhouse is Hope

What the Clubhouse Means to Me

Purpose is at the very heart of the Clubhouse way of working. Organized as a support system rather than a treatment program, Magnolia is one of 330 Clubhouses worldwide based on the Clubhouse Model.

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Our Stories


"Being a member at Magnolia Clubhouse is like having a second family. Here, on any given day, I have many brothers and sisters who care about me and who I also care about." Read William's Story

Our Stories


"I have been here now for about two years and I am no longer robbing myself of the mental health benefits available - I will keep on attending and hope to inspire others who need help to come here." Read Willie's Story

Our Stories


"I wanted to find a way to cope and have a better life. My case manager suggested Magnolia Clubhouse and it has all the things I was looking for - acceptance, support, friendship, and stability." Read Lakecia's Story

Living with mental illness?

Don't go it alone. Come to the Clubhouse.

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