Become A Member
In order to become a member you need firstly to be over the age of 18 years. Secondly, you need to be diagnosed with a mental health issue. Simple.
Clubhouses World Wide
There are over 340 Clubhouses operating worldwide and upon membership you become a part of this worldwide community.
Clubhouses provide a voluntary rehabilitation program for people who experience mental health issues. Everyone is called a ‘member’ rather then a client or patient. Staff & members focus on what they can do rather then what or why they can’t.
Safe, Supportive & Friendly
A safe, supportive and friendly environment is provided by Clubhouses. People are accepted as valued members of the community. Members’ talents, skills and strengths are relied upon in order for a clubhouse to function.
NDIS Service Provider
Canefields Clubhouse is a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider. We can help you get NDIS ready by guiding you through the whole process. Whether you are eligible, already have, or want more information on an NDIS package, we can assist you.
For a membership form contact us:
- by phone (07) 3807 0951
- come into 2/11-13 Logandowns Drive Meadowbrook
- request a copy by email or standard mail on the form below
You will receive a personal membership form, THIS INFORMATION WILL BE KEPT CONFIDENTIAL. If and when a potential member is ready, we will sign them up.
Please remember membership is for life. Therefore, no matter how often a member comes in, they are always welcome. Whether this be once a year or every day. Once you have completed the form you automatically become a member for life. You can then enjoy all the facilities and services the Clubhouse has to offer.
Canefields clubhouse provide employment opportunities for members through Wonderful Services. Job opportunities include car washing/detailing, gardening , handyman, cleaning and more.
In addition to the employment opportunities, members can also fulfill their day at Canefields Clubhouse with daily tasks. These daily tasks come from administration, housing and Employment & Education unit. Members can choose whatever tasks they like doing for the day.
The staff at Canefields Clubhouse are there to engage with members as colleagues in meaningful work. They are also encouraging and engaging members who might not yet believe in themselves.
At Canefields we care about our members, so if we haven’t seen a member for a while someone will call to offer support. Particularly if a member is in hospital or just not well. Should a member not wish this to happen they can just advise a staff member.
Orientation tours are available for everyone to learn more about the Clubhouse. Just contact us to arrange a suitable time.