Growing & Building

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.

citybiz Interview: Jason Woody, Executive Director of B’More Clubhouse

Jason Woody is the Executive Director of B’More Clubhouse, where he has served since 2009. His passion and skill for building community for underrepresented populations is what attracted him to this field and kept him here for the past 15 years.
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B’More Clubhouse 10th Anniversary Video

Over the past ten years, B’More Clubhouse has built a remarkable community of individuals who work together, support, and inspire each other daily; Empowering adults with mental illness to lead meaningful and productive lives of their choice in the community.
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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

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