Meaningful work for all members is a goal of Cainfields Clubhouse. We understand the importance of working in job that provides meaning and purpose to the employee. Job satisfaction is closely related to meaningful work.
What is Meaningful Work?
Existing research has shown that meaningful work can improve our performance, commitment, and job satisfaction. Most employees find meaningful work more important than salary, working conditions, or opportunities for promotion. Finding meaning in our work, however, is “intensely personal and individual.”
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Canefields Clubhouse is a non-government organisation (NGO). Clubhouse operates as a psycho-social rehabilitation unit. We welcome adults currently having mental health issues in Logan-City area. The program operates under the strict guidelines of the Clubhouse International.
The Clubhouse provides hundreds of members in our community with an opportunity to experience meaningful and productive lives.
Clubhouses are places where people with a current mental health issue can meet with their peers. With a structured environment that provides access to:
> employment and pre-employment activities.
> improved housing access.
> social ventures.
> social activities.
> peer support.
> life skills development.
> a range of self- directed activities.
From humble beginnings in 2000, Canefields Clubhouse commenced operating with unpaid volunteers. It all started in a small private residence in Manilla Street, Beenleigh. They had zero funding and unpaid volunteers.
Now we are one of fifteen (15) clubhouses in Australia. In 2011 Canefields Clubhouse received a three-year unconditional certification from the Clubhouse International. Making one of only five (5) ICCD-certified clubhouses in Australia. Proudly, Canefields Clubhouse was a co-recipient of the 2014 Hilton Humanitarian Prize as being part of International Clubhouse movement. In 2016, Canefields Clubhouse is prepared for re-accreditation from the Clubhouse International. This accreditation continues today.