How can the Clubhouse Network help me?
Our Clubhouse Network offers support to anyone who has experience of mental health problems, providing social and leisure opportunities in a safe and welcoming environment.
You choose what you get from the Clubhouse Network, including:
- Support from staff who are always available
- A quiet space to eat lunch or read a book
- Taking part in weekly activities – art, crafts, creative writing
- Volunteering at the Clubhouse
It is FREE to join and you can use all of our Clubhouses.
You don’t need a referral; you can call us, pop in, or come along with a friend or someone who supports you to find out more.
There are lots of activities and training opportunities available at the Clubhouse Network throughout the week, including art and craft workshops, games and quiz sessions, support with reading and writing, music sessions and complementary therapies.
Read our Clubhouse Newsletter to find out more.
You can view the weekly Clubhouse Network timetable here.
The American Clubhouse:
148 Waterloo Road, Burslem,
Stoke-on-Trent, ST6 3HB
The Observatory Clubhouse:
17 Bucknall Old Road, Hanley,
Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 2AF
23 Hillcrest Street, Hanley,
Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 2AA
0300 123 1535 ext 1470
For more information you can also contact us here.
About the Clubhouse Network
Gary Dutton, below, has been a member of the Clubhouse Network for 19 years and volunteers every week at the American.