A Community of Hope, Dignity and Recovery
The Work Ordered Day is the structure with which the Clubhouse functions. The tasks involved in the Clubhouse day-to-day operation make up the work-ordered day. Members are encouraged to do what they can in a friendly environment and without pressure.
Seeing Beyond the Surface
“I could not imagine that any employer, seeing the gaps in my resume, would take a chance on me; but California Clubhouse saw my willingness to work and my ability to stay on task.”
-- Riley, Clubhouse Member
They Took Time to Help Me
“The California Clubhouse helped me regain my self-confidence by helping me find employment. The Clubhouse even helped me move to my new apartment and get my birth certificate, so I could go to work. I really want to say that the Clubhouse empowers individuals with special needs like myself. Thank you, California Clubhouse!”
--Jason, Clubhouse Member
At some point during a person’s life, a crisis may happen that greatly affects that individual’s home life, education and career. Here, at California Clubhouse, there are different programs catered to the individual's needs to help them get back to work.
Brian Murphy's Infinity Learning Fund
Our Clubhouse has lost a caring member, Brian Murphy, but gained an "Infinity Learning" fund in his name. You can get to know Brian here.
Donate to the Brian Murphy Infinity Learning Fund by clicking below.
Schedule a Tour Now!
Are you ready to become a member? Call us and schedule a tour - (650) 539-3345. We look forward to showing you around.
California Clubhouse is a social and vocational rehabilitation program in San Mateo County for individuals living with a mental illness.
Address: 210 Industrial Road Ste 102 San Carlos, CA 94070
You can become a member of California Clubhouse. Here is how you qualify:
- 18 years or older
- Have a diagnosis of a mental illness
- Resident in San Mateo County