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Synonyms for clubhouse

a building that is occupied by a social club

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But while some of the best looking clubhouses tend to be at some of the nation's more exclusive courses, it's important not to forget about the atmosphere.
Clubhouses offer people living with mental illness hope for getting their lives back through friendship, employment, housing, education, and access to medical and psychiatric services in a single safe and caring environment - so they can recover and become valued and respected members of society.
WORCESTER - Twenty-five years ago, the founding board of the Genesis Club movement to help people with mental illness in recovery visited a clubhouse in Providence and then looked at Worcester and wondered: Why is there no clubhouse here?
THE old clubhouse of the Wallasey Villagers has been virtually destroyed in a fire.
The Brooks Clubhouse is a full-time day program helping with the long-term recovery needs for those with TBI.
But Clubhouses, as well as other recovery-oriented, community-based options like Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) programs, offer real promise for individuals with mental illness, while at the same time saving millions of dollars for state and local governments.
New clubhouses could be on the cards for two sports clubs.
Baseball clubhouses were very different the first time I took a deep breath and sheepishly entered one.
As plush and well-equipped as the new wave of clubhouses are, with more amenities than the ritziest resort, and a staff to cater to a player's every need, it's a wonder anyone wants to leave.
As part of its efforts to bring technology and mentoring to underserved youth, Adobe made a $6 million donation to the Intel Computer Clubhouse Network, which helped two new Clubhouses -- Break Away Technologies and Y.
With that lesson in mind, today's programs are more targeted and inclusive, as demonstrated by PowerUP's 300-plus computer laboratories, the growing network of Intel-sponsored Computer Clubhouses and Hewlett-Packard's ambitious e-inclusion initiative.
Intel has invested $32 million over the past five years to sponsor more than 100 Intel Computer Clubhouses.
Sunday Mail When you think of the top clubhouses it's impossible to ignore the R&A clubhouse at St Andrews.
8220;Swaback Partners, designers of renowned resort clubhouses at Martis Camp in Lake Tahoe and Promontory's Nicklaus Clubhouse in Park City, will showcase the true beauty of what a clubhouse can bring to a development.
Balser, D-Newton, and 28 others filed an amendment on deadline yesterday at the Statehouse in Boston to restore the remaining $559,000 to level fund the clubhouses next year.