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Dougherty, S. (1997) A Chance to Go to School Journal of the California Alliance for the Mentally Ill, 8, 36-38.
Lucca, A. M. (2000) A Clubhouse fidelity index: Preliminary reliability and validity results Mental Health Services Research, 2, 89-94.
Stocker, S. (1999) A Clubhouse for the Elderly Clubhouse Community Journal, 1, 23-24
Jackson, R. (1987) A Collision of Values Presented at the 4th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model.
Schonebaum, A. D., Boyd, J. K., & Dudek, K. J. (2006) A Comparison of Competitive Employment Outcomes for the Clubhouse and PACT Models Psychiatric Services, 57, 1416-1420
Karp, S. H. (2007) A comparison of patient functional characteristics and outcomes across two psychiatric outpatient programs: A continuing day treatment program and a psychosocial clubhouse Dissertation.
Heyman, J. (2001) A Consideration of Rights The Clubhouse Community Journal, 3, 1-2
Casstevens, W. (2011) A groupwork approach to focus group research in the context of a psychiatric clubhouse program. Groupwork: An interdisciplinary Journal for Working with Groups, 21, 46-58
Richardson, C. R. (2005) A Lifestyle Physical Activity Program for Persons With Serious Mental Illness Psychiatric Services, 56, 354.
OByrne C.M. & Adamson, L. (2009) A multidimensional evaluative study of the Pioneer Clubhouse School of Occupation and Leisure Science University of Sydney
Casstevens, W. (2011) A Pilot Study of Health and Wellness Program Development in an International Center for Clubhouse Development (ICCD) Clubhouse: Procedures, Implementation, and Implications Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 35, 37-43.
Carolan, M., Onaga, E., Pernice-Duca, F., & Jimenez, T. (2011) A Place to Be: The Role of Clubhouses in Facilitating Social Support. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 35, 125-132.
Bilby, R. (1992) A Response to Criticisms of Transitional Employment. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal 16(2), 69-82
Henry, A.D., Barreira, P., Banks, S., Brown, J.M., & McKay, C. (2000) A Retrospective Study of Clubhouse-Based Transitional Employment Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 24, 344-354
Rosengard, A., Laing, I., & Ridley, J. (2004) A Review of Clubhouses in Scotland Scottish Association for Mental Health.
Richardson, J. (1987) A road to somewhere: Fountain House and Transitional Employment In C. Patmore (Ed.), Living after mental illness: Innovations in services (pp. 215-226). New York, NY: Croom Helm.
Tsang, A. W. K., Ng, R. M. K., & Yip, K. C. (2010) A six-month prospective case-controlled study of the effects of the clubhouse rehabilitation model on Chinese patients with chronic schizophrenia East Asian Archives of Psychiatry, 20, 23-30.
Andrew McLean and Shannon Keys, Stepping Stone Clubhouse (2017) A Strong, Full, Varied and Vibrant Employment and Education Program Australian Clubhouse Conference 2016, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
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Pelletier, J. R., Nguyen, M., Bradley, K., Johnsen, M., & McKay, C. (2005) A study of a structured exercise program with members of an ICCD Certified Clubhouse: program design, benefits, and implications for feasibility Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 29, 89-96
McKay, C., Nugent, K.L., Johnsen, M. et al. (2016) A Systematic Review of Evidence for the Clubhouse Model of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research
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Williams, J. M., Cain, B. W., Fredericks, T., & O'Shaughnessy, M. (2006) A Tobacco Treatment Model for Persons With Serious Mental Illness Psychiatric Services, 57, 1210
Floyd, M. & Lorenzo-Schibley, J. (2010) Academia and mental health practice evaluation partnerships: focus on the clubhouse model Social Work in Mental Health, 8, 134-139
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Vorspan, R. (2016) Accreditation is Your Friend!
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Vorspan, R. (1988) Activities of Daily Living in the Clubhouse: You Can't Vacuum in a Vacuum Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, 12, 15-21.
McKay, C.E., Osterman, R., Shaffer, J., Sawyer, E., Gerrard, E., & Olivera, N. (2012) Adapting Services to Engage Young Adults in ICCD Clubhouses Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 35, (3), 181-188
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Obler, D, Triolo, J, and Avi-Itzhak, T (2002) Admit One Ticket to Work: Using the Clubhouse Model With the Ticket to Work Program OT Practice, 17-21
Rees, R., D'Angelo, L., Culbertson, S., & Johnson, L. (2001) Adopting the ICCD Clubhouse Model in Rural Appalachian Ohio. Ohio State University, 1-39
Webb, M. & OBrien, T. (1999) Advocacy in Adult Mental Health Rehabilitation Services. Journal of Health Gain, 12-15.
Levine, D. (1995) Advocacy: How to Get Your Clubhouse Started. 1-5. Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Salt Lake City, UT.
Knight, S. (1995) Affirmative Action: From Clubhouse Member to Clubhouse Staff Member Presented at the 8thInternational Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Salt Lake City, UT.
(2009) American Psychiatric Foundation Names 2009 Recipients of Awards for Advancing Minority Mental Health PR Newswire
Jacobs, D.R. (1999) An Effectiveness Study of Psychosocial Rehabilitation The Union Institute Graduate School, US.Dissertation Abstracts International Section B: the Sciences & Engineering, 60 (10B), 1-86.
Warner, R., Huxley, P, & Berg, T. (1999) An Evaluation of the Impact of Clubhouse Membership on Quality of Life and Treatment Utilization International Journal of Social Psychiatry 45(4), 310-320.
Mullavey O'Byrne, C., Adamson, L., & Hatcher, T. (2002) An Evaluative Study of Pioneer Clubhouse, Australia Pioneer Clubhouse, 1-19.
Mullavey O'Byrne, C., Adamson, L., & Hatcher, T. (2002) An Evaluative Study of Pioneer Clubhouse. 1-19
Yildiz, M., Tural, U., Kurdoglu, S., & Emin Onder, M. (2003) An Experience of a Clubhouse run by Families and Volunteers for Schizophrenia Rehabilitation Turk Psikiyatri Derg, 14, 281-287.
Yildiz, M., Tural, U., Kurdoglu, S., & Emin Onder, M. (2003) An Experience of a Clubhouse run by Families and Volunteers for Schizophrenia Rehabilitation Turk Psikiyatri Derg, 14, 281-287
Raeburn, T. (2013) An overview of the clubhouse model of psychiatric rehabilitation Australasian Psychiatry, 21, 376-378.
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McGurrin, M.C. (1994) An Overview of the Effectiveness of Traditional Vocational Rehabilitation Services in the Treatment of Long Term Mental Illness Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, 17, 37-55
Hwang, S., Woody, J. & Eaton, W.W. (2016) Analysis of the Association of Clubhouse Membership with Overall Costs of Care for Mental Health Treatment Community Mental Health Journal
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Stone, R. A., Delman, J., McKay, C. E., & Smith, L. M. (2014) Appealing Features of Vocational Support Services for Hispanic and non-Hispanic Transition Age Youth and Young Adults with Serious Mental Health Conditions Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research.
Hodosh, M. J. (1984) Application of the Fountain House Model of Psychiatric Rehabilitation: What Are We Really Doing? Dissertation, Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. UMI Number: 9832066.
Campo, D., Wolcott, P., Mize, T.I., & Brotman, A.W. (1997) Approaches to psychosocial rehabilitation Harvard Review of Psychiatry, 4, 328-333.
Johnson, J. & Hickey, S. (1999) Arrests and incarcerations after psychosocial program involvement: Clubhouse vs. Jailhouse Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 23, 66-70
(2009) As Mental Health Support Wanes, Many Doomed to Homelessness The Dallas Morning News
Beard, J. H. (1957) Aspects of Social Rehabilitation, 1-18
Vorspan, R. (1986) Attitudes and Structure in the Clubhouse Model. The Fountain House Annual 4(1), 1-7 Paper based on an address given at the Vermont Conference on Community Rehabilitation, Stowe, VT.
Waghorn, G. & King, R. (2000) Australian trends in Vocational Rehabilitation for Psychiatric Disability. 1-32 The University of Queensland, Queensland, Australia.
O'Shaughnessy, M., Cain, B., and Fredericks, T. (2008) Bad habit goes up in smoke: Clubhouse of Suffolk offers smoking cessation for the mentally ill Nursing Spectrum -- New York & New Jersey Edition, 20, 24-25.
Shaw, C. (2016) BECOMING PART OF THE LARGER MENTAL HEALTH SOLUTION
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(2009) Beijing Expands Psychiatric Facilities China View
Stocker, S. (1995) Breakthrough Club Express. Clubhouse Papers: Selected papers from the Seventh International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1993, 19-20.
Moxley, D.P., Jacobs, D.R., & Wilson, L.W. (1992) Building a Clubhouse From the Ground Up; A Strategic Perspective Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, 16, 125-139.
Mai, Anne Building Strong Partnerships (English)
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Mai, Anne Building Strong Partnerships (Italian)
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Emory, Nancy Building The Work Ordered Day (English)
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Emory, Nancy Building The Work Ordered Day (Finnish)
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Singer, B. (1995) By Consensus: Confessions of a Clubhouse Administrator. Clubhouse Papers: Selected papers from the Seventh International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1993, 100-103.
(2012) BMore Clubhouse in the News Psychiatric News
Tilot, L. (1995) Can the Clubhouse Serve all the Mentally Ill? Clubhouse Papers: Selected papers from the Seventh International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1993, 16-18. Presented at the 7thInternational Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Worcester, MA.
Rhoads, K. (1993) Capital Clubhouse: A Pilot Model of a Consumer Run Clubhouse Clubhouse Papers: Selected papers from the Seventh International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1993, 62-66. Presented at the 7th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Worcester, MA.
Mertz, M.A. & Harvey, R.B. (1998) Career development theory as a framework for assessment and planning in Clubhouse-based transitional employment programs for people with psychiatric disabilities WORK A Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation, 10, 219-233.
Macias, C., Farley, O. William, Jackson, R., & Kinney, R. (1997) Case management in the context of capitation financing: An evaluation of the strengths model. Administration and Policy in Mental Health 24(6), 535-543
Hudon, C. (2002) Celebrating Holidays at the Clubhouse The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 78-79
Yau, E. F., Chan, C. C., Chan, A. S., & Chui, B. K. (2005) Changes in psychosocial and work-related characteristics among Clubhouse members: a preliminary report Work.25(4):287-96, 25, 287-296.
Galta, N., Haugaard, C. (2016) CHANGING OUR EMPLOYMENT MINDSET Raising Our Expectations
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Johnsen, M., McKay, C., Corcoran, J., & Lidz, C. (2002) Characteristics of Clubhouses across the World: Findings from the International Survey of Clubhouses 2000. 1-23.
Mowbray, C. T., Woodward, A. T., Holter, M. C., MacFarlane, P., & Bybee, D. (2009) Characteristics of users of consumer-run drop-in centers versus clubhouses Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, 36, 361-371
Mowbray, C.T., Woodward, A.T., Holter, M.C., MacFarlane, P., & Bybee, D. (2009) Characteristics of Users of Consumer-Run Drop-In Centers Versus Clubhouses Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, 36(3), 361-371.
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Cirrus House (2001) Cheers & Gears: The Evolution of a Rural Clubhouse Transportation Unit The Clubhouse Community Journal, 3, 33-37.
Feller, J. (1995) City Lights: Spotlights. 1-8. Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Salt Lake City, UT
Scheid, T. L. & Anderson, C. (1995) Clinical Care Update: Living with Chronic Mental Illness: Understanding the Role of Work Community Mental Health Journal, 31, 163-176.
Ely, I. (1992) Closeness in Clubhouse Relationships. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal 16(2), 61-62
Beckel, D.N. (1998) Clozapine and Clubhouse Treatment Model and Vocational Outcomes of Adults with Schizophrenia. Dissertation Abstracts International Section B: the Sciences & Engineering, 59, 1-93.
(2008) Club Thats More Like a Family The New York Times
Donovan, Aaron (2000) Club's Members Learn Skills for Life New York Times. (150), B4. New York, NY
McKay, C.E. (2016) Clubhouse Accredita1on Preliminary CPQ Research Results
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(2016) Clubhouse Banks
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(2014) Clubhouse Canada Performs Flash Mobs on World Mental Health Day, 2014
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(2012) Clubhouse Connection Grand Traverse Insider
Plotnick, D. F. & Salzer, M. (2008) Clubhouse costs and implications for policy analysis in the context of system transformation initiatives Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 32, 128-131.
Clubhouse Education Programs
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Clubhouse Evening and Weekend Programs
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Frank, S. (1995) Clubhouse Facilitation of Independent Employment Clubhouse Papers: Selected papers from the Seventh International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1993, 60-61
Frank, S. (1995) Clubhouse Facilitation of Independent Employment. Selected papers from the Seventh International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1993, 60-61. International Center for Clubhouse Development.
(2015) Clubhouse France chosen as recipient of LA FRANCE SENGAGE foundation
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Clubhouse Housing Supports
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(2014) Clubhouse International Celebrates 20 Years of Success in Changing the World of Mental Health
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(2013) Clubhouse International Joins National #GivingTuesday Movement on 12/3 to Encourage Spending for Social Good
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(2015) Clubhouse International New Clubhouse Development Training: Unlimited Solutions Clubhouse in Maine Proudly Celebrates its Third Birthday!
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(2014) Clubhouse International Presents First-Ever USA National Clubhouse Conference
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(2016) Clubhouse International Receives Grant from hope & grace fund
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Clubhouse International's ClubhouseTraining Programs: An Array of Opportunities
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Clubhouse International's Standards Review Process
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(2014) Clubhouse International/Fountain House/NY Receive 2014 Hilton Humanitarian Prize
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Crane, K. (1995) Clubhouse Leadership Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Salt Lake City, UT
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Crane, K. (1995) Clubhouse Leadership. 1-3 Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model. Salt Lake City, UT.
Arnold, J. (1999) Clubhouse Magic The Clubhouse Community Journal 1, 10-11
Mulligan, K. (2005) Clubhouse Members Design Their Road to Recovery Psychiatric News, 40, 14
Harkapaa, K. (2010) Clubhouse model and supported employmentexamples of community based (mental health) services. International Journal of Integrated Care, 10(Suppl): e84
Raeburn, T., Schmied, V., Hungerford, C., & Cleary, M. (2014) Clubhouse model of psychiatric rehabilitation: How is recovery reflected in documentation? International Journal of Mental Health Nursing.
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Beard, J. R. (1997) Clubhouse Model Psychiatric Rehabilitation Programs: The Important Differences With Other Psychosocial Rehabilitation Programs. 1-5. Durham N.C.
Yau, Y.F.E. & Chan, C.H.C. (2002) Clubhouse Program for Chinese People With Schizophrenia Rehabilitation Psychology, 45, 324-325.
Yau, Y. F. E. & Chan, C. H. C. (2002) Clubhouse Program for Chinese People With Schizophrenia Rehabilitation Psychology, 45, 324-325.
(2013) Clubhouse provides jobs for adults with mental illness KSAT.com News
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(2013) Clubhouse provides vital service to members The Reporter
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Clubhouse Reach Out
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Vorspan, R. Clubhouse Relationships Need Work! (Danish)
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Vorspan, R. Clubhouse Relationships Need Work! (English)
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Vorspan, R. Clubhouse Relationships Need Work!(Finnish)
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Vorspan, R. Clubhouse Relationships Need Work!(Italian)
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High Hopes Clubhouse and Kennebec Behavioral Health, Waterville, Maine Clubhouse Relationships with Auspice Agencies
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Anastasia, D. (1995) Clubhouse Research: Why and How. 1-3.Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Salt Lake City, UT
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Clubhouse Self Evaluation
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Wilson, A. (2002) Clubhouse Staff as Unicyclist: Finding the Balance. The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 76-77
Ramsey, J. (2000) Clubhouse Staff: The Relationship of Staff Characteristics and Clubhouse Training to Organizational and Career Commitment. *, 1-8.
Moxley (1993) Clubhouse Standards as a Program Development Tool. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, 17, 177-183.
Omarkhail, J. (2002) Clubhouse Support for Members in Independent Employment The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 103-106.
Omarkhail, J. (2002) Clubhouse Support for Members in Independent Employment The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 103-106.
Clubhouse Tours
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Gruber Arnold, J. (2001) Clubhouse Transformations The Clubhouse Community Journal, 3, 8-10
Foderaro, Lisa W. (1994) Clubhouse' helps mentally ill find the way back New York Times, pp. B
Curtis, L. & Bradley, K. (1999) Clubhouse-Based Supported Housing: The Fifth Right? In Community, 3, 1-7.
Gordon, K. (1995) Clubhouse: Finding The 'Balance of Power' Which Heals Clubhouse Papers: Selected papers from the Seventh International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1993, 104-106.
Rhoads, K. (2001) Clubhouse: The Partnership Community The Clubhouse Community Journal, 3, 29-32
Markwood, B. (2004) Clubhouses as bridges between recovery philosophy and practice The Clubhouse Community Journal, 5, 43-45.
Clubhouses: Communities Creating Opportunities for People with Mental Illness, Clubhouse International Training Program (English)
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Clubhouses: Communities Creating Opportunities for People with Mental Illness, Clubhouse International Training Program (Finnish)
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(2010) College Campuses See Rise in Cases of Severe Mental Illness Bloomberg Businessweek
Salkever, D. S. (2006) Commentary: policy priorities and shifting sands in the supported employment evidence b Psychiatric Services 57, 1440
Habal-Brosek, C. (2015) Community Recovery Centres Are Vital for Supporting Mental Health HuffingtonPost.Ca
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Barker, L. (1994) Community-based models of employment services for people with psychiatric models Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, 17, 55-66.
Test, M.A. (1998) Community-based treatment models for adults with severe and persistent mental illness Sante Mentale au Quebec 23(2), 119-147.
Gregitis, S., Glacken, J., Julian, C., & Underwood, K. (2010) Comparing working role values of employed and unemployed clubhouse members Work, 36, 39-46
Mowbray, C. T., Holter, M. C., Mowbray, O. P., & Bybee, D. (2005) Consumer-Run Drop-In Centers and Clubhouses: Comparisons of Services and Resources in a Statewide Sample Psychological Services, 2, 54-64.
Macias, C. & Rodican, C. (2000) Coping with recurrent loss in Mental Illness: Unique aspects of Clubhouse communities Journal of Personal and Interpersonal Loss (2), 205-221
Biegel, D. E., Pernice-Duca, F., Chang, C. W., & D'Angelo, L. (2012) Correlates of Peer Support in a Clubhouse Setting Community Mental Health Journal, 48, 153-160
Biegel, D. E., Pernice-Duca, F., Chang, C. W., & D'Angelo, L. (2012) Correlates of peer support in a clubhouse setting Community Mental Health Journal, 48, 153-160
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Bailey, D.M., Horowitz, B., & McCrory, M.V. (1994) Cost and intensity of case managers' referrals to psychiatric day programs Hospital & Community Psychiatry 45(1), 62-65
Myers, A. (2009) Cost-benefit analysis of the clubhouse model of psychosocial rehabilitation: Measuring gainful employment and key program benefit Masters Thesis. American University, Washington, D.C.
Gorman, J. (2014) Cost-benefit and cost-effectiveness analysis of employment services offered by the clubhouse model Master's Thesis. American University
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McKay, C., Yates, B., & Johnsen, M Costs of Clubhouses: An International Perspective. Administration and Policy in Mental Health.
McKay, C. E., Yates, B. T., & Johnsen, M. (2007) Costs of Clubhouses: An International Perspective. Mental Health Services Research and Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 34(1), 62-72.
Kidong, Y., Mihyoung, L., Ji Young, L., & So Hee, K. (2012) Costs of Korean Clubhouses for Community Mental Health Service Journal of Korean Academic Social Home Care Nursing, 19(2), 119-126
Angers, M. (1992) Created Communities and the Natural Community Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, 16(2), 117-123.
Henry, A., Nicholson, J., Clayfield, J., Phillips, S., & Stier, L. (2002) Creating Job Opportunities for People with Psychiatric Disabilities at a University- Based Research Center Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 26, 181-190.
Johnson, J. (1995) Dealing with HIV/AIDS and Substance Abuse in the Clubhouse Clubhouse Papers: Selected papers from the Seventh International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1993, 21-26.
Schartzer, J. E. (1992) Dealing with Substance Abuse Behavior In the Clubhouse. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, 16, 107-110.
Arnold, M. (1995) Decision Making in the Clubhouse Clubhouse Papers: Selected papers from the Seventh International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1993, 98-99.
Gordon, K. (1993) Decision Making, Advocacy and Governance in the Clubhouse Genesis Club Annual, 131-133
(2009) Depression looms as global crisis BBC News
Cowell, A., Pollio, D.E., North, C.S., Stewart, A.M., McCabe, M.M., & Anderson, D.W. (2003) Deriving Service Costs for a Clubhouse Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 30, 323-340
Jordan, D. (2002) Developing a Strong Social, Recreational and Holiday Program. The Clubhouse Community Journal, 4, 80-81.
Bradley, K., Pelletier, J., Rettig, M., McKay, C., & Johnsen, M. (2004) Developing a structured physical exercise program for Clubhouse members: The Genesis Wellness Project The Clubhouse Community Journal, 5, 14-21
Kennedy-Jones, M., Cooper, J., & Fossey, E. (2005) Developing a worker role: Stories of four people with mental illness Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 52, 116-126
Caldwell, B.A., Fishbein, S., & Woods, J.D. (1994) Development of an academic career ladder program in psychiatric rehabilitation: A field initiative Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, 18, 55-66
Dorio, J., Guitar, A., Solheim, L., Dvorkin, C. & Marine, S. (2002) Differences in Job Retention in a Supported Employment Program. 1-18 Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal 25 (3), 289-298
Dorio, J., Guitar, A., Solheim, L., Dvorkin, C., & Marine, S. (2002) Differences in Job Retention in a Supported Employment Program: Chinook Clubhouse Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 25, 289-298
Moran, M. (2003) Disability Program Gives Power to the People Psychiatric News, 38, 7-10
Cook, J.A. & Razzano, L. (1995) Discriminant function analysis of competitive employment outcomes in a transitional employment program for persons with severe mental illness. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation 5, 127-139
Gold, P., Macias, C., & Rodican, C. (2014) Does Competitive Work Improve Quality of Life for Adults with Severe Mental Illness? Evidence from a Randomized Trial of Supported Employment. Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, 1-17. DOI: 10.1007/s11414-014-9392-0
Download and Discuss: Clubhouse Staff Job Description
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Kinzel, C. H. (1990) Educating for ownership: The use of non-formal education in the Fountain House model of psychiatric rehabilitation (a naturalistic environment) Dissertation Abstracts International,1-204
Niemeier, J. P., DeGrace, S. M., Farrar, L. F., Ketchum, J. S., Berman, A. J., & Young, J. A. (2010) Effectiveness of a comprehensive, manualized intervention for improving productivity and employability following brain injury Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 33, 167-179
Booth, M.E. (1993) Effects of program factors on client outcomes: Evaluation of three Clubhouse programs for persons with severe mental illness Dissertation, Virginia Commonwealth University
Rosenfield, S. & Neese-Todd, S. (1993) Elements of a psychosocial Clubhouse program associated with a satisfying quality of life Hospital & Community Psychiatry, 44, 76-78
(2013) Elkhart County Clubhouse Celebrates Accreditation Goshen News
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(2009) Employers Could Save Billions by Reducing Stigma of Mental Illness Canwest News Service
McKay, C., Johnsen, M., & Stein, R. (2005) Employment outcomes in Massachusetts Clubhouses Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 29, 25-33.
Marrone, J., Balzell, A. & Gold, M. (1995) Employment supports for people with mental illness Psychiatric Services46(7), 707-711.
McKay, C. E., Johnsen, M., Banks, S., & Stein, R. (2006) Employment transitions for Clubhouse members Work 26(1):67-74, 26, 67-74.
Mitchell, J. (1995) Engaging Members in Clubhouse Activities: Choices, Options, Coffee, and Relationships. 1-3.
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Davey, J. (1995) Engaging Members in Clubhouse Activities: Getting From "Will You?" to "I Want To". 1-5.
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Engaging Young Adults
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Landis, J. Estimating Net Effects and Costs of Service Options for Persons with Serious Mental Illness Unknown, 1-4
Beard, J.R. (1995) Evaluating Clubhouse Staff Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Herman, S.E., Onaga, E., Randall, K., Pernice-Duca, F., Oh, S., & Ferguson, K. (2000) Evaluating Psychosocial Clubhouse Programs: Strategies, Methods, and Clubhouse Principles.
Beard, J. H., Pitt, R. B., Fisher, S. H., & Goertzel, V. (1963) Evaluating the effectiveness of a psychiatric rehabilitation program. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 33, 701-712
Laird, M. & Krown, S. (1991) Evaluation of a Transitional Employment Program. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal15(1), 3-8.
Pernice-Duca, F. & Onaga, E. (2009) Examining the contribution of social network support to the recovery process among clubhouse members American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 12, 1-30
Johnsen, M., McKay, C., & Campbell, R (2005) Examining the Evidence Base for the Clubhouse Model. The 15th Annual Conference on State Mental Health Agency Services Research, Program Evaluation, and Policy, Baltimore, MD. February 2005.
Bean, B. (1995) Expanded Supported Housing Program at Fountain House Clubhouse Papers: Selected papers from the 7th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Worcester MA, 1993, 94-97.
Cella, E.P., Besancon, V. & Zipple, A. (1997) Expanding the role of Clubhouses: Guidelines for establishing a system of integrated day services Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal 21(1), 10-15
Norman, C. (2003) Experiences from using a participatory oriented research method within a Clubhouse Presented at the 12th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Minneapolis, MN.
Carey, B. Expert on Mental Illness Reveals Her Own Fight The New York Times
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Kaufman, R. (1999) Facing Substance Use in the Clubhouse Community Clubhouse Community Journal, 1, 17-22
Kelliher, S. (2006) Factors influencing member employment in International Center for Clubhouse Development (ICCD) Clubhouses.
Pernice-Duca, F. M., Saxe, B., & Johnson, J. (2010) Factors influencing staff perceptions of the organizational environment of clubhouses Administration & Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 37, 334-344.
Gormly, K. S. (1996) Filling the Gaps: The Role of the Fountain House Model Clubhouse in the Lives of People with Mental Illness
Macias, C. (2001) Final Report: Massachusetts Employment Intervention Demonstration Project. "An Experimental Comparison of PACT and Clubhouse". Fountain House Inc
Carey, B. (2011) Finding Purpose After Living with Delusion The New York Times
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(2008) First NJ Clubhouse for Mentally Ill Coming to Hub City The Daily Targum
Wang, Q., Macias, C., & Jackson, R. (1999) First Step in the Development of a Clubhouse Fidelity Instrument: Content Analysis of Clubhouse Certification Reports Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 22, 294-301
(2016) Fontenehuset i Oslo becomes 12th International Training Base
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(2010) Former First Lady crusades for better mental health care The Washington Post
Mastboom, J. (1992) Forty Clubhouses: Model and Practices Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, 16(2), 9-23
Anderson, S. (1999) Fountain House 1948 - 1998 A Transforming Vision. 1-44 Fountain House, Inc., New York, NY.
Anderson, S. (1995) Fountain House and the Development of Clubhouse Culture. 1-8. Presented at the 8th International Seminar on the Clubhouse Model, Salt Lake City, UT.
Beard, J.H., Propst, R.N., & Malamud, T.J. (1982) Fountain House Model of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal 5(1), 47-53.
(2016) Fountain House New York Announces New Executive Fellows
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(2012) Fountain House Planted Seeds of Global Movement Psychiatric News
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