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We have assembled a unique archive of over 1,000 documents from the growing body of articles, presentations and research on mental illness and the Clubhouse Model.

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Habal-Brosek, C. (1995) Warmline/Hotline: Being There for Those in Need. 1-9 Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model. Salt Lake City, UT
Vorspan, R. (1999) We Are Not Alone: Community and the Clubhouse Clubhouse Community Journal, 1, 37-40.
Anderson, S. (1999) We Are Not Alone: Fountain House & the Development of Clubhouse Culture New York: Fountain House Inc.
Koven, David (2016) Welcome to the 2015 Clubhouse International World Seminar
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Peterson, R. (1982) What are the needs of chronic mental patients? Schizophrenia Bulletin 8(4), 610-616.
Johnsen, Matthew, McKay, Colleen, Henry, Alexis, and Manning Thomas D. (2004) What does competitive employment mean?A secondary analysis of employment approaches in the Massachusetts Employment Intervention Demonstration Project. In Fisher, William (ed.) Employment for Persons with Severe Mental Illness, Volume 13, Research in Community and Mental Health. Oxford, UK: Elsevier
Ng, Roger, M.K., Pearson, V., Lam, M., Law, C.W., Chiu, C.P.Y., & Chen, E.Y.H. (2008) What does recovery from schizophrenia mean? Perceptions of long-term patients International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 54 (2), 118-130.
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Glickman, M. What If Nobody Wants to Make Lunch? (English)
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Glickman, M. What If Nobody Wants to Make Lunch? (Finnish)
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Glickman, M. What If Nobody Wants to Make Lunch? (Italian)
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Glickman, M. What If Nobody Wants to Make Lunch? (Norwegian)
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Glickman, M. (1992) What If Nobody Wants to Make Lunch? Bottom Line Responsibility in the Clubhouse Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, 16, 55-59
Glickman, M. What If Nobody Wants to Make Lunch?(Danish)
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Murphy, S. (1999) What is a Clubhouse? Clubhouse Community Journal, 1, 2-3
Macias, C., Jackson, R., Schroeder, C., & Wang, Q. (1999) What is a Clubhouse? Report on the ICCD 1996 Survey of USA Clubhouses. Community Mental Health Journal, 35, 181-190
Kaufman, R. (2002) What Makes a Great Unit? The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 66-69
Vorspan, R. What Makes Communities True Clubhouse Communities? (Danish)
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Vorspan, R. What Makes Communities True Clubhouse Communities? (English)
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Vorspan, R. What Makes Communities True Clubhouse Communities? (Finnish)
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Vorspan, R. What Makes Communities True Clubhouse Communities? (Italian)
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Vorspan, R. What Makes Communities True Clubhouse Communities? (Norwegian)
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Phillips (1990) When a Good Deed Can Be a Good Deal. The Wall Street Journal, New York, NY
Bradley, K. (1995) Who Decides to Do What, and When? Decision Making in the Clubhouse: Process and Implementation. Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Salt Lake City, UT.
Korsman, H. (2004) Why Clubhouse? The Clubhouse Community Journal, 5, 10-13
Singer, B. (1999) Why Do Housing? Clubhouse Community Journal, 1, 28-31
Vorspan, R. (2002) Why Do We Come to the Clubhouse? The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 26-30
Vorspan, R. (1992) Why Work Works Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal 16(2), 49-54, 1992
Vorspan, R. Why Work Works (Danish)
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Vorspan, R. Why Work Works (English)
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Vorspan, R. Why Work Works (Finnish)
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Vorspan, R. Why Work Works (Italian)
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Vorspan, R. Why Work Works (Norwegian)
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Vorspan, R. Why Work Works (Swedish)
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Angers, M. (1995) Work and Meaning Conferring Context of the Clubhouse, 1-7 Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model. Salt Lake City, UT
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Stein, L., Barry, K.L., Van Dien, G., Hollingsworth, E.J., & Sweeney, J.K. (1999) Work and social support: A comparison of consumers who have achieved stability in ACT and Clubhouse programs Community Mental Health Journal, 35, 193-204.
Macias, C., DeCarlo, L.T., Wang, Q., Frey, J., & Barreira, P. (2001) Work Interest as a Predictor of Competitive Employment: Policy Implications for Psychiatric Rehabilitation Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 28, 279-297
Sennett, Melanie Work Ordered Day: How Can Three Simple Words Have So Much Meaning? (Danish)
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Sennett, Melanie Work Ordered Day: How Can Three Simple Words Have So Much Meaning? (English)
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Sennett, Melanie Work Ordered Day: How Can Three Simple Words Have So Much Meaning? (Finnish)
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Sennett, Melanie Work Ordered Day: How Can Three Simple Words Have So Much Meaning? (Italian)
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Sennett, Melanie Work Ordered Day: How Can Three Simple Words Have So Much Meaning? (Norwegian)
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Caulfield, J. (1997) Work Practice: The Clubhouse model British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 60, 423
(2013) Work springs from Hope Florida Weekly
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Tribble, M.E. (1995) Work, Recovery, Growth. 1-5 Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Salt Lake City, UT
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Schonebaum, A. & Boyd, J. (2012) Work-Ordered Day as a Catalyst of Competitive Employment Success Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 35, 391-395
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