How to Become a Member

In order to become a member of the Clubhouse you must get a Clubhouse referral form, which you can get at the front desk of the Clubhouse, or from numerous referring agencies. The referral form is also available the home page of our website, located on the right hand side of the page. Complete the referral form and hand it in. There is a diagnosis verification form that will need to be filled out by a clinician or doctor. Once your application has been reviewed we will call you to schedule a meeting, after which you will attend a full day orientation. At the end of your orientation, you will receive a member number.

From then on you are an official member for life, and can come as often as you wish to the Clubhouse. If you have any questions, call us and ask for a staff member from the TEAM Unit or Chris Stout at 610-433-9910.

When you join our Clubhouse you have the opportunity to become a part of two different units; The TEAM Unit or the Culinary Arts Unit. These units offer ways of learning various life functions and allow you to utilize your current knowledge.

One nice thing about being here at the Clubhouse is that we not only teach others but we also learn from them as well. Another benefit of our Clubhouse is that when you choose one unit to be a part of you have the opportunity to participate in which ever one you’d like to that day. Or if you would like to help out elsewhere you can. You are not “locked” into the unit you choose during your orientation.

Membership Referral Form

Please click on the hyperlink to make a copy of our referral form. When completing the referral, please make sure all questions are answered and legible. Also you must have page 4 of the referral form completed by a psychiatrist or therapist. Once the referral form is completed, you can either fax to the Clubhouse (610-433-9940) or mail it to us at Clubhouse of Lehigh County, 1437 W. Gordon St. Allentown, PA 18102.

Referral Form
Formulario De Referencia
Cover Letter

Join the Club!

Clubhouses welcome individuals, regardless of ability and diagnosis, into an environment that promotes care, respect, and fair treatment.