Program Hours:









7:30am –   3:30   pm

7:30am –   3:30   pm

7:30am –   3:30   pm

7:30am –   5:00   pm

7:30am –   3:30   pm

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Hale 'Oluea Clubhouse

Hale 'Oluea Clubhouse is a peer driven program assisting people with severere and persistent mental illness, in their journey to independence.  Our members build on their strengths and capabilities, step by step, journeying from isolation and dependence to self- reliance and productivity.


Hale 'Oluea Clubhouse is a voluntary program that has a lifetime membership policy.  The Clubhouse is operated by its members and staff to enhance self-worth and self-sufficiency.  Clubhouse participants are called members rather than clients.  This is done to empower our members and remove the social stigma attached to mental illness.


The services and opportunities help members increase or regain self-confidence, along with personal and social skills.  These services help members improve their participation in the workplace through pre-vocational, vocational, and education opportunities and training.

Members and staff work side-by-side to create an implement individualized rehabilitation plans based on member needs and preferences.  Members and staff work together in daily operations of the clubhouse.  Members have a choice of work units to develop their skills and talents while becoming successful and independent members of the community.  

About Us


  Member Comments 

  "The Clubhouse is a great place to specialize and get help to move forward in my life,  to learn and make me feel that life has a purpose and value"  - LB


  "The Clubhouse is a place where I found a job. Its a place to socialize where I need support". - LR


  "The Clubhouse helps me with my social phobia.  If the clubhouse wasn't there for me I'd be locked-up in my room wasting away." - JP

   "The Clubhouse gives my life purpose." - KS



Hale 'Oluea is committed to ending the negative stigma about mental illness by providing education. 


A Clubhouse Guarantees...

a right to a place to come to

a right to meaningful relationships

a right to meaningful work

a right to a place to return to