Welcome to Gateway Clubhouse
At Gateway Clubhouse, brain injury survivors are considered members, not clients or patients, who maintain ownership over Clubhouse operations. Members and Clubhouse staff work side-by-side to manage all operations of the Clubhouse. The Clubhouse program is structured around a work-ordered day that provides engaging, productive, and meaningful work and relationships.
Members also engage in a variety of social, recreational, and volunteer programs. At Gateway Clubhouse, members can improve social and vocational skills, quality of life, and overall independence.
Each year an estimated 1.7 million people in the United States are affected by a Traumatic Brain Injury. Gateway Clubhouse provides individuals with brain Injury the opportunity to participate in a full, satisfying day in an environment where they are wanted and needed as contributing members.
Gateway Clubhouse offers the following benefits to those with a brain Injury and their families:
- Purposeful activities that build self-esteem, confidence, and social skills.
- An emotionally and socially supportive environment where members work at their own pace towards personalized goals.
- Guidance from specially-trained staff.