Wellness Program (Clubhouse Style)

Due to precautionary measures related to COVID-19 to protect our participants, staff and the community-at-large we have made the following service adjustments.

  • Support Groups and Wellness Programs are being held via zoom and by phone.  Please call for information.
  • To-go lunches available for $2.00, weekdays 12 – 1.

We still have staff in the office and if you need anything at all please feel from to call us at 845-339-9090.

The Wellness Program is based upon a clubhouse model where a full spectrum of psycho-social support services can be accessed. The Wellness Services Program is designed to provide “hard rehabilitative services” that include recovery based education, job readiness training, career planning, literacy, social and community skills training and linkages with other community based health services. "Soft" rehabilitative services are an additional and complementary component to services that include leisure-time planning, the pursuit of personal interests and the development of hobbies and talents in the areas of occupational and art therapies, community integration, and social skills training.


Living Skills

Living Skills describes a variety of advocacy and support programs through therapeutic recreation, socialization and educational opportunities. Activities provide consumers an opportunity to enhance their independent living skills through the support, guidance and skill building both onsite or within the community. Activities are scheduled 6 days a week (Monday-Saturday).

Example of activities:

  • Shopping and laundry trips
  • Tuesday night supper club
  • Ride and Walk Outings
  • Movie trips to local theaters
  • Saturday Outings (flea markets, fairs, mall/outlet shopping, famer’s markets, festivals, fairs, etc.)
  • Hiking
  • YMCA
  • Low Impact Exercise Classes
  • Cooking Classes
  • Crafts
  • Bowling
  • Board Games or DVDs onsite
  • Social Club
  • Penny Socials



Introspective describes activities within the Art and computer programming (aka clerical program). MHA staff provide expertise in special areas such as art, self- improvement, and technology. The computer room offers open lab time for individuals to work on their own throughout the week. Classes to learn computer basics, email, or navigate the internet are offered as well.

Art activities range dependent on the interest of participants, but always include new opportunities to explore as well. Some of the activities which were offered throughout the year include but weren’t limited to painting, printmaking, clay, photography.

For Intake and Admission Information please contact our Administrative Wellness Coordinator:

Call 845-339-9090

Email wellnessinfo@mhainulster.com