The Vincent House
Program

Our commitment is to help you realize your potential



The Clubhouse experience has been proven to result in positive outcomes for many members, including independence and employment

Vincent House is a community of people working toward a common goal to support individuals living with the effects of a mental illness.

Vincent House provides opportunities for members to rejoin the worlds of friendships, family, meaningful work, employment, education and to access the services and supports they may individually need, including housing.

Through their participation at Vincent House, members are able to:

Gain structure in their day-to-day activities
Build their physical stamina
Develop strategies for managing the symptoms of their mental illness
Three members smiling at a garden outing, a man in the center smiling between two women. The woman on the left has curly hair and a pink top, the man is in a blue t-shirt, and the woman on the right wears a striped top.
Three members smiling at a garden outing, a man in the center smiling between two women. The woman on the left has curly hair and a pink top, the man is in a blue t-shirt, and the woman on the right wears a striped top.


Our Services

A male and female member of the visual communications team are smiling joyfully as they take a selfie together with a DSLR camera. The man is holding the camera. He has very short brownish hair, a short beard and is wearing a black long sleeve shirt. The female is wearing glasses, has shoulder length brown hair, and is wearing a black t-shirt with a light jacket on top.

We offer opportunities for friendship, employment, housing, and education in a single caring and safe environment


Our Process

A cheerful black woman with short hair gives a double thumbs-up sign while sitting at a computer workstation. She is wearing a black top and has a bright smile.

We offer our members a unique opportunity to meet their goals at their own pace, while maintaining strong and meaningful relationships 


Become a Member

A male and female member are engaged in assembling a colorful jigsaw puzzle of a world map. The male has short brown hair, and is wearing a grayish patterned button shirt, and the female has her brown hair pulled back and is wearing a blue patterned shirt. Both are focused on the task, with the woman smiling and the man reaching to place a piece.

You don’t have to do it alone – our commitment is to support you as you regain your independence

Katie, a female member, is engaged in the kitchen at Vincent House preparing sandwiches in the Clubhouse kitchen. Another female member stands beside her buttering bread on a stainless steel countertop
Katie, a female member, is engaged in the kitchen at Vincent House preparing sandwiches in the Clubhouse kitchen. Another female member stands beside her buttering bread on a stainless steel countertop

“My experience at VH has been wonderful and has lifted a lot of my depression.
I’m not lonely at all when I come here, and I’ve made new friends in the process. Everyone here is very sweet and friendly. This is my second home and everyone here is my second family…. thank you for being my safe haven.”
Katie C.


Our Need Here in Florida

Those living with a serious mental illness in your community

49th

in the nation

Florida ranks 49th in the nation for access to mental health care

85%

not working

Adults with a serious mental illness

1 in 6

adults

Have a mental health condition

1 in 6

homeless

Live with a serious mental illness


The Vincent House Difference

The impact that friendship, education and employment creates

5X

Increase in long-term employment

and less reliance on public benefits

3X

Decrease in rates of hospitalization

and incarceration

2X

Double the employment rates

compared to the public mental health system

1,225

Lifetime Vincent House members

Over 70 daily Vincent House members

Saving lives and ensuring we have healthy communities


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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