Becoming an Alliance House Member
a) Members must be referred to Alliance House by a medical professional, preferably one whose discipline is mental health (Psychiatrist, Social Worker, Psychologist, APRN).
b) A copy of the mental health diagnosis is required.
c) Potential Members are asked to attend an Alliance House tour to see the Clubhouse first-hand. Tours are conducted weekly on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, at 11 a.m. and at 2 p.m. Please call to reserve a spot on the tour, 801 486-5012, ask for Business Unit.
d) New Members must attend an Orientation Session at Alliance House. Orientations are held every Wednesday, at 10 a.m. Call for more information, 801 486-5012, ask for Business Unit.
e) Members must not be considered a threat to themselves or others.
f) Although Medicaid, Veteran Affairs, or Vocational Rehabilitation funds most Members, we do not require funding for qualified Members. Alliance House, Inc., provides funds for those Members who do not quality for public funding nor have the means to pay for our services.
If you are a medical professional who wants to make a referral, please call (801) 486-5012, and ask to speak with staff in the Business Unit; or click on the button below to get started.
How Alliance House Members Benefit from Programs
The heart of Alliance House is the work-ordered day. Members and staff work together in an atmosphere of mutual caring and respect, performing a wide variety of tasks necessary to the operation of the program. In doing so, they experience the sense of purpose that comes with being wanted, needed and productive, while developing the confidence and skills that are essential in returning to paid employment in the community.
Develop work skills
Complete educational goals
Return to productive employment in the community
Obtain affordable housing
Alliance House Member Stories
“I am a Member of Alliance House, and I want to give thankfulness for the opportunity to live in Alliance House property. Alliance House is just up the street from where I live. It’s my comfort zone and most of the time there is someone I can talk to. At Alliance House, they’ve given me an education and employment training. I am better able to take care of myself with the support of staff and others, and I’ve made new friends.”
More Stories from Members
Become an Alliance House Member
Alliance House provides 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.