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We run a work based programme where individuals with a history of mental illness can develop to their full potential.

The Clubhouse provides support with employment, a work-ordered day, a social program, community support, reach out, education, housing and a Health and Wellness program. It is a place where people with mental health difficulties participate in their own recovery process by working and socializing together in a safe and nurturing environment. Professional staff work side by side and empower individuals to develop their self confidence and become productive citizens.

Our Vision

“Our vision is to enable individuals affected by mental health difficulties in Gibraltar to develop to their full potential by providing an environment that offers hope, respect, dignity and opportunities”.

Mission Statement

“Clubhouse Gibraltar provides support and opportunities within a structured work ordered day. This allows people recovering from mental health difficulties to participate in their own recovery process which enhances their self-confidence and self- esteem as well as offering freedom from isolation”.

Our Values

  1. We believe Recovery from mental illness is possible for all
    Clubhouse provides a work-ordered Day which offers structure and routine as well as the Mental Health Recovery Star which identifies and measures progress.
  2. We believe everyone can improve their Health and Wellness
    Clubhouse provides freshly cooked food, a variety of exercise, and promotes positive mental wellbeing.
  3. Everyone to be treated as an Individual
    Members are treated as individual persons in a holistic non-medical approach where they can be free from diagnostic labels.
  4. We are aim to break the circle of Isolation
    Clubhouse offers an outreach program and support in the community which includes visits to homes, hospital and prison.
  5. Everyone is entitled to Employment
    Clubhouse provides opportunities through their Employment program which offers Transitional Employment Placements and Supported Employment.
  6. We believe in on going Education and Training
    Clubhouse facilitates Second Chance Learning and Training courses as well as opportunities to learn to develop new skills.

We follow the International Standards for Clubhouse Programs as found on the Clubhouse International website. The Clubhouse model was created in 1948 in New York and currently there are 333 Clubhouses in 33 countries.

Clubhouse Gibraltar

5 days ago

Announcing the Kick-off of Clubhouse International's 30th Anniversary Year! The milestone is a testament to our unwavering commitment to improving the lives of individuals living with #mentalillness worldwide, and to the collective efforts of everyone in our Clubhouse community.Clubhouse International celebrates 30 years of success in:-Saving Lives Through Our Global Network of Clubhouses - now leading a mental health community of over 350 Clubhouses in 32 countries-Expanding the Adoption and Effectiveness of the Clubhouse Model Worldwide - conducting over 3,500 training sessions for over 8,000 individuals since our founding-Achieving Increased Visibility and Acceptance of the Clubhouse Model - including the most recent 2022 Honorary Pardes Humanitarian Prize in Mental HealthLeveraging Resources - attracting well over $200 million in public and private funding each year-Ending the Stigma Surrounding Mental Illness - amplifying the voice of lived experience in our advocacy effortsClick here to learn more, read our press release and get involved: US! #ClubhouseInternational30 #ClubhouseWorks #WeAreClubhouseInternational #30Anniversary ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

DATE Change Alert! This year, the Clubhouse Movement Celebration Week will be March 4-11. We are so excited to bring this back. Everybody loves to celebrate, right? ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Clubhouse Gibraltar delivers the Two-day Mental Health First Aid Course Congratulations to Kleinwort Hambros Bank AquaGib #gibair Gibraltar Regulatory Authority for completing the Certified Mental Health First Aid adults course. MHFA (Mental Health First Aid) is an internationally recognised training course which provides valuable tools to recognise signs and symptoms of mental ill health in order to be able to intervene at an early stage and provide support. This is applicable not only in a work scenario but also with friends and family members. Should you wish to enquire about the courses we deliver at Clubhouse Gibraltar please contact us via email: or Tel: 00350 20068423 or visit our website #mentalhealth #mentalhealthsupport #mentalhealthmatters #gibraltar #clubhouseworks #clubhousegibraltar #mentalhealthfirstaid #mhfaengland ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

‘THE WAR CAME HOME’ – A PUBLICATION BY JOE GINGELLRelated to the evacuation of the Gibraltar civilian population and the role played by Gibraltar during World War II–IN AID OF CLUBHOUSE GIBRALTARJoe Gingell is currently working on his third book, continuing his philanthropic efforts. Following his first publication, which supported cancer charities, and his second, aiding mental health charities, Joe has chosen to support Clubhouse Gibraltar this time. Clubhouse Gibraltar is dedicated to providing a work-based program that fosters respect, hope, dignity, and opportunities for individuals with a history of mental illness.Clubhouse is a collaborative community striving towards common goals, helping people reintegrate into various aspects of life such as friendships, family, employment, and education. It serves as a restorative environment for those whose lives have been disrupted by mental illness. Joe, as with his previous publications, is seeking donations to cover the publishing costs of his book and to raise awareness and funds for Clubhouse Gibraltar.Donations will contribute to the printing expenses, and the proceeds from selling 1,000 copies of his book, titled "The War Came Home," aim to raise £20,000 in support of Clubhouse Gibraltar.In addition to raising funds and awareness for Clubhouse Gibraltar, Joe's book is also designed to honour the memories of a generation of Gibraltarians who lived through a defining moment in the history of Gibraltar. Clubhouse Gibraltar expresses deep gratitude to Joe for publishing "The War Came Home," contributing to raising awareness and funds on their behalf. For further information, please contact ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

CLUBHOUSE GIBRALTAR ATTENDS CITY & GUILDS "THE SUICIDE PREVENTION COURSE" DELIVERED BY SEAN KEATINGThank you to Sean Keating for delivering the course and well done to all members for participating in the course. It was a very good opportunity to learn and prevent suicide. #Team #clubhouse #gibraltar #mentalhealth ##clubhouseworks #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthsupport ... See MoreSee Less
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I found the Clubhouse a year ago. I was at my lowest at this point felt alone and isolated. I do believe the Clubhouse staff and members saved me in many ways. I have carried out reach out work, shopping trips, attended a meeting with Kevin and much more. Between being discharged from Ocean Views Hospital and returning to work, Clubhouse supported and embraced me in this difficult time. Clubhouse is a wonderful and safe place. Thanks to its professional staff and its members.

Shaun L

I first was referred from Ocean Views, around November last year, before that I hadn’t heard of Clubhouse.
At the time I felt confused & depressed, when I was discharged from Ocean Views. There were family and friends I could have gone to talk to, but I didn’t want to burden them with my problems.
At 1st I wasn’t very sure if Clubhouse was the right place for me. I carried on attending because there wasn’t anywhere else I felt I could go and it got me out of the house.
When I 1st attended I was very closed and didn’t talk about my feelings or what I needed. Slowly I gained confidence and got to know staff and other members.
Tania, started coming to Doctors appointments, I tended to forget what I wanted to say and could not express myself, so Tania, spoke on my behalf, and said everything I wanted to say. Staff also supported me in going to the ETB this helped me to get my point across, slowly I gained confidence and was able to express myself. Now I feel able to attend appointments on my own. But I know that I have the support of Clubhouse.
Clubhouse is a place that helps you feel better, you can talk to other members and staff........I feel better when I go there.