New Yorkers experiencing serious mental illness can connect to Clubhouses across the city, where you can build social connections, get resources and find a supportive community. Provided by Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) and Mayor's Office of Community Mental Health.

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What it is

Clubhouses are evidence-based models of psychiatric rehabilitation – one-stop places that help people with serious mental illness by providing:

  • peer support
  • access to services
  • employment and educational opportunities
  • socialization and recreation in a safe, restorative and structured setting

Research shows that the Clubhouse model reduces hospitalization and justice involvement and improves health and wellness.

Who it’s for

If you’re an adult with a history of serious mental illness, a clubhouse can offer a supportive environment for you.


Clubhouses are free for people to access.

How to get in touch

Call 888-NYC-Well and ask for a Clubhouse near you.

Visit the NYC Well service directory to find a clubhouse. Search for "Clubhouse"