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Transitional Employment Program
Clubhouse supports its members return to working life. For this Clubhouse has a Transitional Employment Program (TEP). Clubhouse finds TE placements from local businesses.
TEP has just started and unit convenes Mondays at 9:15. If you’re interested in Transitional Employment then come and join the Clubhouse.
TE is part-time (4 hours per day, 2 -5 days a week) and temporary (max 6 months).
Job is learned at work place with placement manager and doesn’t require any prior experience.
Salary is according collective agreement and it aims to take into account members comprehensive economic situation.
Tours are meant mainly for people interested in becoming a member.
Tour is held every Tuesday 13:30
We ask you to register for tour beforehand either by phone 040 721 7869 or by email klubi(at)tikkurilanklubitalo.org
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Support Clubhouse activity
According to its rules Southern Finland Clubhouse (ESKOT ry) can accept donations, contributions and testaments. Under those rules ESKOT ry uses received donations to advance the status of mental issue rehabilitees, activity opportunities and general preconditions for employment. Donations are also used to run Clubhouses in Helsinki and Vantaa by principles set by Fountain House model.
When you want to support ESKOT ry, contact executive director Kaiju Yrttiaho. Either by phone 040 7252 028 or by email kaiju.yrttiaho(at)helsinginklubitalo.org
Study Club is blog administered by Clubhouse Helsinki and Eastern Helsinki Clubhouse. It’s a blog about learning, studying and requirements and opportunities of them. It also tells about process of creating supported study program.
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