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Smith, C. (1995) T.E. in the U.K. 1-8 Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model. Salt Lake City, UT
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Bilby, R. (2002) TE in Tough Times The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 88-93
TE Selection Processes
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Beard, M. (1987) Ten Excuses not to do Transitional Employment and Eleven Reasons Why. Presented at the 4thInternational Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Seattle, WA.
Ness, M. (2016) The 21st Century Clubhouse - Don't Just Survive Change, Turn It Into a Triumph!
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(2010) The Americanization of Mental Illness The New York Times
Lloyd, C., King, R., McCarthy, M. & Scanlan, M. (2007) The association between leisure motivation and recovery: A pilot study Australian Occupational Therapy Journal 54, 3341.
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Furches, M. (1995) The Benefits Of A Free-Standing Clubhouse. 1-3 Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Salt Lake City, UT
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Hanninen, J. & Multanen, S. (2002) The Birth of a Finnish Clubhouse The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 16-17
Yatsko, J. (2016) THE BURGEONING CLUBHOUSE MOVEMENT ADVENTURES IN CLUBHOUSE EXPANSION AROUND THE WORLD
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Aththidiye, R. (2016) THE BURGEONING CLUBHOUSE MOVEMENT: Adventures in Clubhouse Expansion Around the World
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Liu, Ashley (2016) THE BURGEONING CLUBHOUSE MOVEMENT: Adventures in Clubhouse Expansion Around the World
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Vorderstrasse, M. (2016) THE BURGEONING CLUBHOUSE MOVEMENT: Adventures in Clubhouse Expansion Around the World
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The Clubhouse Afternoon A Time of Opportunity
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Thompkins, E. (2002) The Clubhouse and the Community: Mutually Benefiting Each Other The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 15.
Forman, R. (2002) The Clubhouse and the Larger Community The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 8-10
Mowbray, C. T., Lewandowski, L., Holter, M., & Bybee, D. (2006) The Clubhouse as an empowering setting Health & Social Work.31(3):167-79, 31, 167-179.
Perry, M. (2001) The Clubhouse Board of Directors: The Role of the Member Representative The Clubhouse Community Journal, 3, 17-18.
Roth, G. (2007) The clubhouse experience. United States -- Pennsylvania Dissertation.
Nemens, Kate J.D.; Nicholson, Joanne Ph.D. (2006) The Clubhouse Family Legal Support Project for Parents With Mental Illness. [Report.] Psychiatric Services. 57:720
Glickman, M. The Clubhouse Journey to Recovery (Danish)
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Glickman, M. The Clubhouse Journey to Recovery (English)
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Glickman, M. The Clubhouse Journey to Recovery (Finnish)
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Glickman, M. The Clubhouse Journey to Recovery (Italian)
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Jacobs, H.E. & DeMello, C. (1996) The Clubhouse model and employment following brain injury Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation 7(3), 169-179.
S. P. and Deeds, E. S. (1997) The Clubhouse model as exemplar: merging psychiatric nursing and psychosocial rehabilitation Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services 35(1), 27-34
Farrell, S.P. & Deeds, E.S. (1997) The Clubhouse Model as Exemplar: Merging Psychiatric Nursing and Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services, 35, 27-34
Bouvet, C., Battin, C., & Le Roy-Hatala, C. (2014) The Clubhouse model for people with severe mental illnesses: Literature review and French experiment Encephale
ECRI (2001) The Clubhouse Model for Psychosocial Rehabilitation of Individuals with a Severe Mental Illness ECRI Health Technology Assessment Information Service.
Meyers, M.A.S. (1995) The Clubhouse Model in Mental Health Treatment Presented at the Society for Applied Anthropology, Albuquerque, NM.
Donnell, C.M. (2001) The Clubhouse Model in Michigan: A preliminary Examination of Individual and Organizational Characteristics Associated with Employment Outcomes Thesis, 1-177
Jackson, R. & Purnell, D. (1996) The Clubhouse Model of community support for adults with mental illness: An emerging opportunity Journal of Social Work Education, 32, 172.
Anderson, S. (2004) The Clubhouse model, innovation, and the standards The Clubhouse Community Journal, 5, 32-34.
Di Masso, J., Avi-Itzhak, T., & Obler, D.R. (2001) The Clubhouse model: An outcome study on attendance, work attainment and status, and hospitalization recidivism Work, 17, 23-30
Jackson, R. L. (2001) The Clubhouse Model: Empowering Applications of Theory to Generalist Practice. (First Ed.) Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.
Staples, L. & Stein, R. (2008) The clubhouse model: Mental health consumerprovider partnerships for recovery In (10 ed., pp. 177-196). Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
Staples, L. & Stein, R. (2008) The clubhouse model: Mental health consumerprovider partnerships for recovery (pp. 177-196) In Chambr & Goldner (Eds.) Patients, Consumers and Civil Society (Advances in Medical Sociology, Volume 10), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
Staples, L. & Stein, R. (2008) The clubhouse model: Mental health consumerprovider partnerships for recovery. In (10 ed., pp. 177-196) Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Steeples, Tom (1995) The Clubhouse Newsletter: Its Importance and Purpose Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Salt Lake City, UT
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Sackett, Blaise The Clubhouse Profile Questionnaire (CPQ): Whats in it for us??
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Hast, D. (2002) The Clubhouse Unit. The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 63-65
Nugent, J. (2002) The Clubhouse Vacation: An Exciting Component of a Clubhouse Social/Recreational Program The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 82-84.
Jacobs, H. (1997) The Clubhouse: addressing work-related behavioral challenges through a supportive social community. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 12, 14-27
Skokan, P. (2002) The Clubhouse: Belonging to Our Communities The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 11-14.
Richards, D. (2002) The Clubhouse: Helping Us Accept and Appreciate Ourselves The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 24-25.
Singer, B. (2002) The Clubhouse: Its Structure, Philosophy, and Values The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 20-23
Harris, S. (1995) The Clubhouse: More than Dividing up into Units Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Salt Lake City, UT
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Szabo, V. (2004) The Clubhouse: My personal journey The Clubhouse Community Journal, 5, 35-38
Duncan, J. (1995) The Clubhouse: Someplace I Like To Be. 1-7 Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Salt Lake City, UT.
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Gumma, B. (2002) The Clubhouse: Taking Responsibility The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 46-48
Wells-Moran, J. (1989) The Concept of Roles in the Development of Clubhouse Units. 1-3.
Eisner, Rachel (1999) The Coolest Club in Town InCity Times, Worcester, MA.
Laplane, J. (2013) The cost of mental illness OECD Better Life Index
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Starks, R.D., Zahniser, J.H., Maas, D., & McGuirk, F. (2000) The Denver approach to rehabilitation services Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 21, 59-64.
Beard, J. H., Goertzel, V., & Pearce, A. F. (1958) The Effectiveness of Activity Group Therapy with Chronically Regressed Adult Schizophrenics International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 8, 123-136
Carey, M.A. (1996) The employment intervention demonstration program. Community Support Network News 11(3)
Bilby, R. (1987) The Ethics of Transitional Employment. 1-4 Presented at the 4th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Seattle, WA.
Norwood, K. (1992) The Evolution of Gateway House: The Embodiment of the Standards for Clubhouse Programs. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, 16, 35-40.
Sonne, M. (1984) The Fountain House model: Rehabilitation of the chronically mentally ill. Nordisk Psykologi 36(2), 75-90.
Norman, C. (2006) The Fountain House movement, an alternative rehabilitation model for people with mental health problems, members' descriptions of what works Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 20, 184-192
Thompson, S. J. (2002) The Four Rights of Membership The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 53-54.
Dougherty, S. (1994) The generalist role in Clubhouse organizations Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, 18, 95-109
Archibald, M. (1995) The Heart of Who We Are: Fundamentals of Clubhouse. 1-4 Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Salt Lake City, UT.
Walsh, R. (1995) The Housing Unit: A Member's Perspective. Clubhouse Papers: Selected papers from the Seventh International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1993, 93.
Macias, C., Barriera, P., Alden, M., & Boyd, J. (2001) The ICCD Benchmarks for Clubhouses: A Practical Approach to Quality Improvement in Psychiatric Rehabilitation Psychiatric Services, 52, 207-213
Lodin, S. (1992) The Meaning of Transitional Employment Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, 16, 85-86
Sallett, L. (1999) The Mental Illness-Mental Wellness Struggle and the Taking of Responsibility: Observations in the Clubhouse Setting Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities & Social Sciences60 (4A), 1-324
Sallett, L (1999) The mental illness-mental wellness struggle and the taking of responsibility: Observations in the Clubhouse setting Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities & Social Sciences 60(4-A)
Yatsko, J. (2004) The Paradoxical Role of the Clubhouse Director The Clubhouse Community Journal, 5, 1-3
(2007) The Plight of a Forgotten Cause Financial Times
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Aquila, R., Santos, G., Malamud, T.J., & McCrory, D. (1999) The Rehabilitation Alliance in Practice: The Clubhouse Connection Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 23, 19-23
Beard, J.H. (1978) The rehabilitation services of Fountain House. Alternatives to Mental Hospital Treatment: Proceedings of a Conference on Alternatives to Mental Hospital Treatment, Held in Madison Wisconsin (pp. 201-208). New York: Plenum Press.
Boyd, A.S. (1997) The relationship between the level of personal empowerment and quality of life among psychosocial Clubhouse members and consumer-operated drop in center participants Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities & Social Sciences, 58, 1089.
Eddy, R. (1995) The Restorative Value of Work and the Necessity of Driver's Ed! 1-6 Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model. Salt Lake City, UT
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Eddy, R. (1995) The Restorative Value of Work and the Necessity of Driver's Ed! 1-6 Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model. Salt Lake City, UT
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Moxley, D.P. & Jacobs, D.R. (1995) The role of animation as a program development strategy Administration in Social Work, 19, 1-13.
Moxley, D.P. & Jacobs, D.R. (1995) The role of animation as a program development strategy. Administration in Social Work 19(1), 1-13.
Macias, C., Kinney, R., & Vos, B. (1994) The role of case management within a community support system: Partnership with psychosocial rehabilitation Community Mental Health Journal 30, 323-339
Anderson, S. (1985) The Role of Staff at Fountain House The Fountain House Annual 3, 1-3
The Role of the Clubhouse Director
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The Self Study
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Corcoran, J. (2002) The State of the Clubhouse Movement: Our Present and Our Future The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 1-5.
Corcoran, J. (2002) The State of the Clubhouse Movement: Our Present and Our Future The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 1-5.
Aquila, R., Malamud, T. J., Sweet, T., & Kelleher, J. D. (2006) The Store Front, Fountain House, and the Rehabilitation Alliance Medscape General Medicine, 8.
Pernice-Duca, F.M. (2008) The structure and quality of social network support among mental health consumers of clubhouse programs Journal of Community Psychology, 36, 929-946
Macias, C., Harding, C., Alden, M., Geertsen, D., & Barreira, P. (1998) The Value of Program Certification for Performance Contracting Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 26, 345-360
Glickman, M. (1992) The Voluntary Nature of the Clubhouse Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, 16, 39-40
(1999) The Wellspring of ICCD Clubhouses for Social and Vocational Adjustment of Persons With Serious Mental Illness Psychiatric Services 50(11), 1473-1476
Waters, B. (1992) The Work Unit: The Heart of the Clubhouse Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, 16, 41-48
Herzog, J. & Bolton, R. (1995) The Work-Ordered Day Study, or, How a Required Quality Improvement Study Became a Serendipitous Bonanza Clubhouse Papers: Selected papers from the Seventh International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1993, 57-59.
Jaffe, D (2011) There's No Stigma to Having a Mental Illness HuffingtonPost
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Beard, J.H., Schmidt, J.R., Smith, L.M., & Dincin, J. (1964) Three aspects of psychiatric rehabilitation at Fountain House. Mental Hygiene 48, 11-9.
Camann, M. A. (2001) To Your Health: Implementation of a wellness program for treatment staff and persons with mental illness Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 15, 182-187
(2013) Top U.S. General Cautions against Mental Illness Stigma after Tragic Shootings
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Stevens, C. (2003) Transformation of the Psychiatric Odyssey: The Mutual Growth Paradigm. 1-8
Kellogg, Lee (2016) TRANSFORMING LIVES, TRANSFORMING CLUBHOUSES: The Power of Accreditation!
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Bystrm, G., Rudstrm, A. (2016) TRANSFORMING LIVES, TRANSFORMING CLUBHOUSES: The Power Of Accreditation!
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Borntrager, A. (2016) Transforming Lives, Transforming Clubhouses: The Power of Accreditation!
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Pirttimaa, R. & Saloviita, T. (2009) Transitional employment and its effects in Finland Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 32, 231-236.
Malamud, T.J. & McCrory, D. (1988) Transitional employment and psychosocial rehabilitation
Malamud, T.J. & McCrory, D. (1988) Transitional Employment and Psychosocial Rehabilitation In J.A.Cardiello & M.D. Bell (Eds.), Vocational Rehabilitation of persons with prolonged psychiatric disorders (pp. 150-162). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
Malamud, T.J. & McCrory, D. (1988) Transitional employment and psychosocial rehabilitation in Cardiello, J.A. & Bell, M.D. Vocational Rehabilitation of persons with prolonged psychiatric disorders. (10), 150-162
Malamud, T. J. & McCrory, D. (1988) Transitional Employment and Psychosocial Rehabilitation. In J.A.Cardiello & M. D. Bell (Eds.), Vocational Rehabilitation of persons with prolonged psychiatric disorders (pp. 150-162). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
Kerr, K. (1995) Transitional Employment Outside the US: International Struggles and Successes. 1-6 Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Salt Lake City, UT.
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Phillips and Biller. (1993) Transitional Employment program for persons with a long-term mental illness. A review Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal 17(2), 101-106.
Ridgewell, L. (2002) Transitional Employment: A Reliable and Worthwhile Package The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 101-102.
Macias, C., Kinney, R., & Rodican, C. (1995) Transitional Employment: An evaluative description of Fountain House practice Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation 5, 151-157.
Bergendahl, Britt (1995) Transitional Employment: International Struggles and Successes Presented at the 8thInternational Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Salt Lake City, UT
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Bilby, R. (1995) Transitional Employment: Pointers, Problems, Politics, and Practices Clubhouse Papers: Selected papers from the Seventh International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1993, 33-56.
Bilby, R. (1999) Transitional Employment: The Most Supported of Supported Employments The Clubhouse Community Journal 1, 34-36.
Bilby, R. Transitional Employment: The Most Supported of Supported Employments (Danish)
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Bilby, R. Transitional Employment: The Most Supported of Supported Employments (English)
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Bilby, R. Transitional Employment: The Most Supported of Supported Employments (Italian)
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Bilby, R. Transitional Employment: The Most Supported of Supported Employments (Norwegian)
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Persson, M. (1992) Transitional Employment: The Swedish Experience Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal 16(2), 83-84.
Accordino, M.P. & Herbert, J.T. (2000) Treatment Outcome of Four Rehabilitation Interventions for Persons with Serious Mental Illness Journal of Mental Health Counseling 22(3), 268-282
Hobbs, A. (1999) Trials and Triumphs of the Early Days of our Clubhouse Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model. Salt Lake City, UT
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MacDonald, Dave (1999) Trials and Triumphs: The Opening of Lorikeet Clubhouse in Perth, Australia Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Salt Lake City, UT
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Warren, M. (2011) Turning Lives Around, With Help From a Clubhouse The New York Times
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Dorio, J. & Marine, S. (2004) Tying it all together - the pass to success: A comprehensive look at promoting job retention for workers with psychiatric disabilities in a supported employment program Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal28[1], 32-40.