Change – Kristin

Change – Kristin

Life at the Clubhouse changed drastically 3 weeks ago.   Today we are living in a time of uncertainty, social distancing and sheltering in place.  Thank God I have been able to stay connected to the Clubhouse community virtually and remotely.  I still get to...
Coming Together – Ashley

Coming Together – Ashley

Hello Austin Clubhouse Members, These are very strange and uncertain times. This is very new to us all, and nobody really knows what to expect.  A lot of you may be riding this out with friends and family, or you might be alone. It’s perfectly normal to feel...
Gene’s Story of Recovery

Gene’s Story of Recovery

“Hi, my name is Gene, and I have been a member of Austin Clubhouse for a little over a year. I struggle with anxiety and depression along with being totally blind and hearing impaired. Before the Clubhouse it was hard for me to go anywhere and feel accepted and...
Diane’s Story

Diane’s Story

I have bipolar disorder and anxiety. It took me years to get properly diagnosed and many more years to find the right medication. I have good meds now and am fairly stable. Here at the Austin Clubhouse I’ve found that others have had similar experiences. At my church...
Rosemary’s Story

Rosemary’s Story

“After experiencing multiple losses, I felt hopeless, unmotivated, and lost. In spite of all my efforts and resources to lift myself out of an isolating depression, nothing worked. The Austin Clubhouse has provided me an avenue to socialize, meet new people, set and...
Shane’s Story

Shane’s Story

Together, we have the strength to overcome whatever obstacles are in our way. By being together at the Clubhouse, we’re able to draw on strength from each other, in life’s hardest moments. When it feels too hard to do the simplest of things, or when we sense ourselves...