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Clubhouse Europe, formerly known as the European Partnership for Clubhouse Development (EPCD) was formally established on March 19, 2007 in Stockholm, Sweden. Clubhouse Europe aims to promote the continuous development and dissemination of the Clubhouse Model in Europe, as defined by Clubhouse International's International Standards for Clubhouse Programs. In addition to Clubhouse International, thirteen partners have signed this agreement, including:
The goals of Clubhouse Europe are to:
Read about the ELECT Project (European Learning Communities for Training of People with Mental Illness), supported by Clubhouse international. Started in November 2007, ELECT promotes access to education and employment for people recovering from mental illness.
Clubhouse International plays a central role within this partnership and within the implementation of the Clubhouse Europe agreement. Consistent with our global role, Clubhouse International will function as coordinator of Clubhouse development, training and quality assurance. In addition, Clubhouse International will organize international support for different components of Clubhouse development, including establishing an Advisory Council/Advisory Expert Group to support this partnership and coordinating Clubhouse development and other Clubhouse International activities in Europe.