A photo of Executive Director, Jason Woody with the logo for "Baltimore Fishbowl" and a caption of "In the News" overlaid on a photo of the Baltimore Skyline

Discussing a holistic approach for mental illness with Baltimore Fishbowl

Elevating Lives.
Expanding Horizons.

We’re excited to share the B’More Clubhouse 2023 Annual Report, which provides an overview of our work and impact and introduces you to some of our members.

B'More Clubhouse receives a $500,000 grant from the Baltimore City's Mayor's Office

Leave your diagnosis at the door.

B’More Clubhouse invites individuals with mental illness to rejoin the momentum of daily life. Through meaningful, active participation in the maintenance and running of the clubhouse throughout a work-ordered day, members are given the opportunity to live life on their own terms.

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Our Impact

Current members


Employment rate - doubled the rate for people in the public mental health system

Meals served in 2022

Years since our founding


Average daily attendance


Savings to Maryland's Public Mental health system for Clubhouse members

Our Partners