Who qualifies to be a member?

Potential members must be over the age 18, live with a serious mental illness as their primary diagnosis, and be able to attend the Clubhouse independently. Membership is open to people living within an hour of the Twin Cities, with any kind of insurance (or none), with or without waivers. See the Clubhouse page for more information.

How much does it cost to be a member?

There is no cost to being a Clubhouse member. Vail Place does not bill insurance or members for this service. There may be small costs for food or outside social activities.

How are the Clubhouses funded?

The Clubhouses are funded through a Hennepin County contract funded by the DHS CSP Grant and Vail Place fundraising events, like Dr. Vail Hour and Tour de Vail.

How do I become a member?

Email or call our Clubhouse Intake Coordinators. They will do a screening with you over the phone and then set up a meeting with you. You do not need a referral from a mental health provider to begin the process of becoming a member. See the Clubhouse page for more information.

What else should I know?

Review our Clubhouse CSP Enrollment Packet for detailed information on membership, including The International Clubhouse Standards.

There may be more questions you have. Email info@vailplace.org for more information.