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Art by Geoff
The Junction Clubhouse is a place for people with a lived experience of mental Illness to come along, belong and recover. We are a community of people living with mental illness who support each other in our recovery goals. The Junction is a safe, non-clinical environment.
Would you like to become a member?
You will have:
1. Lived experience of mental Illness
2. Belief recovery is possible
We offer opportunities for friendship, employment, education and purposeful work while understanding that each person has individual needs and goals that may need a variety of supports at different times.
Is The Junction still free?
Before the NDIS, The Junction was allocated funding to offer psychosocial support - so no-one had to pay a fee.
The NDIS was introduced to fund programs for people with a disability but not all people with a mental illness are able to get an NDIS package.
If you have an NDIS package, you use this for your psychosocial support at The Junction.
If you don't have an NDIS package, we are able to access government funding - so no-one misses out!
If you would like more information, please contact Greg or Nat on 40814640
Our Member Services
The Junction Clubhouse has Social outings on Saturdays every fortnight. This may be a picnic in the park, BBQ at the beach or a trip to the lakes.
The Junction Clubhouse has an art and creativity group on Tuesdays from 10.30am. No experience necessary
Hospital admission can be a challenging time for people with mental illness. Our team reaches out to encourage people to find support at The Junction after discharge
Having purpose to our day is a key to a happy, healthy day. The Junction is open from 8.30am-3pm to give the sense of a workday - members nominate themselves for tasks to support the functions of the organisaiton
Mental Illness can cause isolation and difficulties to find support. Members offer to make contact with peers if they havent seen them for a while - or you can opt out of this service
Courage and Kindness are both key to people in recovery and to the community understanding mental illness. Stigma is born out of fear of the unknown. If we respond to that fear with courage and kindness, you become a part of recovery. If we allow fear and stigma, we further add to the illness.
Director of Operations
Ready to find out more?
Our members with lived experience are ready to answer your inquiries. As a part of our program, members are working on reception to welcome your call from 8.30am-3pm weekdays.
Would you like to have a member give you a tour? Book yours today on the office phone number.