Improving Social and Vocational Skills

For those living with mental health challenges

For those living with mental illness

Friendship, Education and Employment
in a Safe and Caring Environment

Serving the Pasco, Pinellas and Hernando Counties


Two female members pose with smilies while working at the front desk of the Clubhouse. The female on the left is older with light skin, gray hair that is pulled back, and is wearing a dark blue patterned shirt. The female on the right has light skin, long brown har parted in the middle and is wearing a dark pink shirt.
Two female members pose with smilies while working at the front desk of the Clubhouse. The female on the left is older with light skin, gray hair that is pulled back, and is wearing a dark blue patterned shirt. The female on the right has light skin, long brown har parted in the middle and is wearing a dark pink shirt.

Change your life.
You are closer to hope than you realize.

We are a local, community-based non-clinical program for friendship, employment, housing and wellness



You can give those living with mental illness a fresh start.

Join us in giving adults with mental illness the opportunities for success and happiness

Two male members pose proudly as they take a break from the project that they are working on. The male on the left has light skin, short brownish hair, blue button shirt, is seated and has his hands on the keyboard of the computer in front of him. The male on the right is standing, has light skin, a brown beard and glasses. He is also wearing a black hat and wearing a black t-shirt with a design on the front. The shirt design is hidden by the fact that the member has his arms crossed in front of him.
Two male members pose proudly as they take a break from the project that they are working on. The male on the left has light skin, short brownish hair, blue button shirt, is seated and has his hands on the keyboard of the computer in front of him. The male on the right is standing, has light skin, a brown beard and glasses. He is also wearing a black hat and wearing a black t-shirt with a design on the front. The shirt design is hidden by the fact that the member has his arms crossed in front of him.
Scott, a member at Vincent House, greets you with a friendly smile from behind the café counter, where a sign for smoothies highlights the day's flavors. Scott has short brown hair, a short beard, and is wearing a light blue long sleeve henley shirt. The café has a daily selection of snacks and beverages
Scott, a member at Vincent House, greets you with a friendly smile from behind the café counter, where a sign for smoothies highlights the day's flavors. Scott has short brown hair, a short beard, and is wearing a light blue long sleeve henley shirt. The café has a daily selection of snacks and beverages

“I have been a Vincent House member since 2013. It’s like a giant family. They want nothing for me but to succeed in all that I do. Vincent House has helped me overcome many barriers in my life. Vincent House has helped me see the beauty in life and to realize that I can succeed in all that I do.”
Scott S.


We Know What You Are Struggling With and We Can Help

Vincent House social and vocational skills training

A proven evidence-based approach to realizing your potential and regaining self confidence

Two older female members in the Clubhouse’s commercial kitchen smile and pose with their arms behind each other’s back. One wearing a black chef's bandana and a blue blouse. The female on the right has long curly gray and brown hair, brown eye glasses, and wearing a striped t-shirt. They are standing beside a stainless steel table with trays of sliced sweet potatoes.
Two light skinned women in the Clubhouse’s commercial kitchen smile and pose with their arms behind each other’s back. One wearing a black chef's bandana and a blue blouse. The female on the right has long curly gray and brown hair, brown eye glasses, and wearing a striped t-shirt. They are standing beside a stainless steel table with trays of sliced sweet potatoes.

Saving lives since 2003

Helped over 1,225 members change their lives

Accredited and recognized for our commitment to our communities

Two light skinned women in the Clubhouse’s commercial kitchen smile and pose with their arms behind each other’s back. One wearing a black chef's bandana and a blue blouse. The female on the right has long curly gray and brown hair, brown eye glasses, and wearing a striped t-shirt. They are standing beside a stainless steel table with trays of sliced sweet potatoes.

“Because of Vincent House, I have learned my value, the only person I have to please is myself. Vincent House is special to me because I see people like me here and seeing these similar people has made feel like I can come here free of judgment.”
Summer T.

Summer T, is a black female member at Vincent House. She has long black braids and sits confidently wearing a salmon colored shirt at a computer desk while completing her tasks.
Summer T, is a black female member at Vincent House. She has long black braids and sits confidently wearing a salmon colored shirt at a computer desk while completing her tasks.

Ready to Get Your Life Back?

Discover friendship, purpose and community

1 Start with a tour

See if the Vincent House is a good fit. Start by scheduling a tour of one of our locations.

See the facility, meet members, talk to the staff, and discuss what our program can offer.

2 Become a member

If an invitation to membership is offered, a application and eligibility requirements will need to be completed and confirmed.

Membership is voluntary and for life; and there is no cost.

3 Gain skills to change your life

Find a place where you are wanted, needed and valued.

Work side-by-side with the Vincent House staff. We’re here to help members build skills to find and keep employment, return to school, locate stable housing, and much more.

Eight members standing close together outside a building, smiling at the camera. There are four women in the front row, and form men in back row. The two women in the middle have one arm around each other.
A young black male with short hair and a in a T-Shirt smiles at the camera with both two thumbs pointed up.
A white female member of the culinary team, wearing an apron, hair net, and dark blue Cincent House polo shirt, showing off a plate of a tomato and cucumber salad with a side dressing.
A smiling white male member with short hair and a blue shirt smiling and posing outside with arms wide open.

Your generosity will allow us to help more adults living with mental illness

Collage of four images showing members. Clockwise, the first image shows eight members of different sex, different ages, and different ethnicities. The second image shows a young man smiling with two thumbs up. The third image shows a smiling male member posing outside with arms wide open. The last image shows a female member of the culinary team, wearing an apron and a hair net, showing off a plate of a tomato and cucumber salad with a side dressing.

Vincent House has served over 1,225 members, but more need your help.

In Florida, over half of adults with a mental illness are going untreated.

Your donation will help us to fulfill the needs of those in your community who are facing daily challenges with mental health.

The myths that generate negative stigma around mental illness, and the lack of funding, stand in the way of the life saving help many people need.

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