Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) Update
Attention Members and Community Partners:
Alliance House will be closed physically to the public until further notice because of the global coronavirus pandemic. Even though the Clubhouse doors are closed, staff are still working hard to make sure our members are taken care of and engaged, whether that be with limited staff in the Clubhouse, or from our own homes. Every day we're in constant communication brainstorming ways to come out on top of this temporary closure. Even though Alliance House is physically closed, our clubhouse will be still supporting our members virtually through the internet. Alliance House will have online video meetings with staff and members, online wellness activities, and online reach out to our members.
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Rebuilding Confidence, Purpose & Hope for Adults with Mental Illness in Salt Lake City
What Is Alliance House?
Adults with severe and persistent mental illness in Salt Lake City deserve every opportunity to build self-confidence and self-esteem, reintegrate into their community, become independent and productive, and live happy, healthy lives. That’s why Alliance House exists to provide a supportive environment where adults with serious, persistent mental illness (SPMI) can rebuild their self-respect, dignity, and abilities through education, productive work, and meaningful relationships. We do this by helping Members complete educational goals, develop necessary work skills in order to return to productive employment in the community, and where needed, help Members find and secure affordable housing.
“A Clubhouse is a Membership organization, and therefore the people who come and participate are its Members….This idea of Membership is fundamental to the clubhouse concept, as having Membership in an organization means that an individual has both shared ownership and shared responsibility for the success of that organization. To have Membership in an organization means to belong, to fit in somewhere, and to have a place where you are always welcome. For a person living with the effects of mental illness, these simple things cannot be taken for granted.”
— Joel Corcoran, Executive Director, Clubhouse International