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The Day Services Clubhouse program supports young adults with developmental disabilities to gain the confidence and independence needed to lead more productive and active lives.

Experiencing good days with good friends! The Day Services Clubhouse program supports young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to gain the confidence and independence needed to lead more productive and active lives. Goodwill operates two centers that develop and provide person-centered activities based on individual interests and needs. Whether they are working part-time or just looking for a more active lifestyle, our participants may choose from a variety of classes and opportunities to improve life skills through recreational and social activities, health and wellness activities, arts and enrichment classes, community outings and volunteer opportunities. This personal, engaging approach provides a foundation of skills, confidence and self-awareness that better prepares participants for life and work in the community.


Goodwill operates two centers that develop and provide activities based on individual interests and needs.Here’s what we offer:

  • Social and skill-building activities such as peer support groups, physical activities to increase stamina, arts and music appreciation, parties, tech skills and emotional regulation.
  • Community outings such as trips to restaurants, museums, fairs and festivals, parks, shopping malls, movie theaters and concerts.
  • Volunteerism and exposure to work through interaction with people with disabilities who are working or who are seeking community employment.
  • Supportive learning environment with opportunities to build new skills functional math and reading, money and budgeting, soft skills, self advocacy, and independent living.
  • Personal attention to assess your needs and desired outcomes
  • Individualized case management that will work with you to develop your individual plan that can address potential barriers to employment and targeted goals in a 1:5 staff to client ratio.
  • A safe environment supervised by skilled, caring staff trained in medication management, crisis prevention, CPR and first aid.

Eligibility:

To be eligible for services you must be 18-35 years of age and:

  • Have an intellectual/ developmental disability.
  • Have an interest in social and skill building activities, creating community connections, and a desire to increase independence or self reliance.
  • Do not require any skilled nursing assessment, observation, or care.
  • Need minimal or no assistance with daily living skills.
  • Do not pose any safety risks to self or others.

Funding Sources: Family Care, IRIS, or Private Pay

To make a Referral: Call the location of your choice below

Locations:

James O. Wright Center for Work and Training
6055 N. 91st Street
Milwaukee, WI 53225
(414) 847-4927

Goodwill Center for Work and Training
5600 S. 60th Street
Greendale, WI 53129
(414) 847-1970

Hours of Service:
While hours of operation vary slightly by location and service, most Day Services programs operate Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

GoodwCARFill Day Service programs are CARF International accredited.This dedication to service excellence, processes, and continual improvement helps ensure the highest quality of program delivery.

Additional Services

WISCONSIN
Mission Support Center
Tel: (414) 847-4200

James O. Wright Center forWork & Training
Tel: (414) 353-6400

ILLINOIS
Metropolitan Chicago -
Administration
Tel: (312) 994-1440