1 in 5 adults will be diagnosed with a mental illness. Oregon has the highest prevalence of mental illness in the nation and ranks 49th in mental health outcomes.
A Clubhouse in Corvallis will reduce hospitalizations, improve employment and housing rates saving the community greatly in preventative healthcare cost, improving lives and creating a better community.
"For years now I have applied online to various jobs beginning in 2012 which was shortly after my first diagnoses. I have been successful landing numerous jobs but none of them have seemed to persist. Since awarded disability (SSDI) in 2015 I have not held a job relying solely on disability income for paying the bills. The one job I did take, for a temp agency, my car was stolen and I was left high and dry. Last month I got a car. With this new form of mobility came a new sense of availability. Pathfinder helped me with my resume and I continued to apply on Indeed and finally was rewarded. Today I was hired by Scotts Miracle-grow company. Today I start my new life with a new company in route to financial independence and it feels good."
Owen ~ Clubhouse Member
Clubhouses empower adults to work through mental illness through evidence-based model of recover building transferable & employable skills by working side-by-side with staff.
One year of holistic recovery services are delivered to Clubhouse members for the same cost as a 2-week psychiatric hospital stay.
Compass House in Medford, Oregon has reduced hospitalizations by 96% after one year of membership in a joint study with Asante Rogue Regional Hospital.
Clubhouse improves employment rates. Employment rates at Clubhouses annually double the rate for people in the public mental health system.
Without the help of Compass House, I never would have gotten my GED or a job. Now I have moved up because of Compass House, I think I can move into my own place soon. I just needed someone to believe in me.Learn more
Before becoming a Clubhouse member I felt like I had no purpose in life. I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do. Since becoming a Clubhouse member I decided I wanted to help others overcome their struggles and barriers.Learn more
Here is an update as we look back on all that we have accomplished together as a community.Learn more
Pathfinder Clubhouse provides a safe environment for all members to come and participate, requires participants to be 18 years or older, living with mental illness, and not to pose a current threat to the clubhouse community. After receiving a referral Pathfinder Clubhouse will contact the person being referred to schedule a tour.Download the Referral Form
Meet the members of our Board of Trustees.
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 8am - 4pm
250 NW 1st St. | STE. B & C
Corvallis, OR 97330
PO BOX 1414
Corvallis, OR 97339