Become a Member of Vincent House

Join a community of friendship, support and hope

Get Your Life Back



Find recovery through meaningful activity and employment

Are you looking for a community of hope? Vincent House is a safe place that offers adults living with mental illness hope and opportunities to achieve their full potential.

Vincent House is here to help individuals with a mental illness return to work with dignity by providing a recovery through work program.

Our program is flexible depending on your needs. 

Note: Prospective members must have a severe or persistent mental health diagnosis, and are typically referred to Vincent House by a clinician or other mental health resource

A white female member of the culinary team, wearing a black shirt and a tan colored apron, smiling and having enthusiastically, while looking over fresh made chocolate chip cookies.
A white female member of the culinary team, wearing a black shirt and a tan colored apron, smiling enthusiastically, while looking over fresh made chocolate chip cookies.

Group of ten members and employees standing behind the front desk. There are five men and five women. They are smiling and dressed casually in t-shirts and polo shirts.
Group of ten members and employees standing behind the front desk. There are five men and five women. They are smiling and dressed casually in t-shirts and polo shirts.

1. Get started with a tour

The path to becoming a member of Vincent House starts with a visit to one of our beautiful locations.

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

At the end of the tour, prospective members will meet with the Clubhouse Director. Prospective members will be able to talk through why they are interested in becoming a member, and learn more about what Clubhouse has to offer.

If both parties agree Vincent House is a good fit, the prospective member leaves with an eligibility form and application for membership.


2. Our application process

The eligibility form and application for membership needs to be completed by the prospective member and their referring mental health professional.

When the membership application is completed, and eligibility requirements are satisfied (i.e.: diagnosis is confirmed and signed by mental health professional), that prospective member is offered an invitation to membership.

Upon acceptance of membership, an orientation day is scheduled with the new member to welcome them, and help them have a successful transition into their Clubhouse.


A cheerful group of eleven members, representing a mix of genders and ethnicities, pose outdoors at a casual social Clubhouse event. There are three males and eight females. Five members are standing and the rest are sitting on and around a large green bench. In the background, there's a clear blue sky and a green lawn..
A cheerful group of eleven members, representing a mix of genders and ethnicities, pose outdoors at a casual social Clubhouse event. There are three males and eight females. Five members are standing and the rest are sitting on and around a large green bench. In the background, there's a clear blue sky and a green lawn..

A medium skinned male member stands in front of a large screen explaining the day’s tasks. The day’s schedule includes tasks titled 'Morning Tasks' with categories such as 'Employment', 'Vehicle Maintenance', and 'Clubhouse Task'. The man is wearing a dark t-shirt and glasses.
A medium skinned male member stands in front of a large screen explaining the day’s tasks. The day’s schedule includes tasks titled 'Morning Tasks' with categories such as 'Employment', 'Vehicle Maintenance', and 'Clubhouse Task'. The man is wearing a dark t-shirt and glasses.

3. Gain skills to change your life

Membership is voluntary and for life. The saying “once a member, always a member” holds true for all Clubhouses.

Members and staff work side by side as colleagues to perform the work that is important to their community. Instead of traditional talk therapy, members and staff share responsibility for running every aspect of the Clubhouse.

The benefits our members experience with the daily work at their Clubhouse includes cooking meals, administration, job search and event planning, and we also provide structured and non-structured social activities.


4. Find your place through socialization, meaningful activity and work

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

Work side by side with the Vincent House staff. Gain real world employment skills. Get help obtaining employment, returning to school, or locating stable housing, and more.

Vincent House improves social and vocational skills – and unlocks talents and abilities of those living with mental illnesses.

We do this through our commitment to creating a structured environment of empathy, friendship, trust, safety and opportunity.

Members are encouraged, supported and celebrated as they regain their confidence, independence, and their potential to thrive.


A group of members are posing inside the Clubhouse. There are 3 women and 7 men, and they are a mix of ages, ethnicities, and abilities. The background has a sign that reads 'Celebrating Recovery Through Work, Recovery Through Education'. They are smiling, and two are wearing 'Vincent House' t-shirts, while others are in casual attire.
A group of members are posing inside the Clubhouse. There are 3 women and 7 men, and they are a mix of ages, ethnicities, and abilities. The background has a sign that reads 'Celebrating Recovery Through Work, Recovery Through Education'. They are smiling, and two are wearing 'Vincent House' t-shirts, while others are in casual attire.

A smiling man wearing sunglasses, a red baseball cap, and casual attire stands in front of the Vincent House Pasco reception desk.. Another person is seated behind the desk, also smiling. The desk has brochures and a sign encouraging hand sanitizer use. On the wall is a framed painting of Vincent Van Gogh's 'Starry Night'.
A smiling man wearing sunglasses, a red baseball cap, and casual attire stands in front of the Vincent House Pasco reception desk.. Another person is seated behind the desk, also smiling. The desk has brochures and a sign encouraging hand sanitizer use. On the wall is a framed painting of Vincent Van Gogh's 'Starry Night'.

Frequently Asked Questions

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.

“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.


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.


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.

Employment partners include

Pimellas Park Chamber of Commerce logo. Includes the saying "Uniting Businesses for a Stronger Community"
Office of the Public Defender logo
AmeriKey locksmith logo
digigone logo
Pasco County Housing Authority logo
Suncoast Center, Inc logo
Diections for Living logo

Awards and recognition

Clubhouse International Accredited
Bank of America Neighborhood Builders logo
Lllly Reintegration logo
Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize

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

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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