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Save The Date Help Us Celebrate!

The Tarrant County Clubhouse is a welcoming community that provides opportunities for members who are living with mental illness to build relationships with others and develop skills that allow them to lead more meaningful and productive lives.

Areas of Support for Adults Living with Mental Illness

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Community

The Clubhouse focus is on meaningful relationships and rewarding work as a pathway to recovery. Members come to the Clubhouse to make friends and to volunteer their talents, working side by side with a small staff.

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Health/Wellness

Clubhouse members prepare daily lunches, have nutritional education and are able to take part in group fitness classes. Most Clubhouses also offer individual exercise and gardening opportunities for involvement.

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Independence

Clubhouses  are engaged with  connecting members to employment services, education and housing support, and work opportunities in a non-intimidating environment.

What to expect...

A day at TCC:

9:45   Clubhouse opens
10:00    Morning meeting
10:30    Unit work (choose prepping lunch, data entry, offering tours, or other work as needed)
12:00    Lunch
12:30    Wellness walk
12:50    Afternoon meeting    

1:20       Unit work (choose kitchen, cleaning, data entry, or other work as needed)
2:55      Wrap-up
3:00     Clubhouse closes 

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Location

415 May Street

Fort Worth, Texas 76104


(May Street entrance to Broadway Baptist Church)

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Hours

Tuesdays & Thursdays                 10:00am - 3:00pm