We are closed starting 3/16/2020 until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please contact us if you have questions.
We are monitoring things closely and follow Federal guidelines to protect our community.
In the meantime we’re providing support through our closed Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/497838124229177/
Read about our online clubhouse where Seacoast Pathways members can connect and receive support during the pandemic via the Seacoast Online website.
Once there please request to join. We have twice daily zoom meetings (zoom link is on our Facebook page). We hope to see you soon!
FY2020 First-Half Financial and Operating Results: On Thursday, May 14, The Fedcap Group released its FY20 First-Half Financial and Operating Results with a focus on our response to the COVID-19 pandemic. View the press release: https://fedcapgroup.org/fy20-first-half-financial-and-operating-results/
Welcome to Seacoast Pathways – we are very glad you found us! See our monthly calendar under the About Us tab – there is much happening!
We are located at 155 Brewery Lane, Suite 102 in Portsmouth, NH. Entrance is at the rear of the building next to Brick and Barn Real Estate. We are open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:15 am – 3:30 pm . Call or email us to plan a visit! Call us at: (603) 812-9831 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Click for our brochure
Seacoast Pathways is a nice place to check out during the day where people connect with others in a safe, supportive environment while participating in the structure of the Clubhouse, a proven model for psychosocial rehabilitation.
Seacoast Pathways is a subsidiary of Granite Pathways (www.granitepathways.org). We recently opened an additional clubhouse in Manchester called Manchester Pathways. There are over 370 certified Clubhouses worldwide and we follow their footsteps to bring purposeful work and meaningful relationships for countless individuals in our state.
Seacoast Pathways serves people aged 18 and over in communities from Dover to Exeter to Seabrook, New Hampshire and those in between, and southern Maine communities including Kittery and Eliot.
Clubhouse members operate the clubhouse together with a small professional staff, called generalists. Focus is on a work-ordered day where members choose from specific tasks that need to be done each day both in the clubhouse and within the community. Our two generalists, Scott and Joe, work alongside our members to develop their talents and interests for a successful and thriving clubhouse.
The daily activity of a Clubhouse is organized around a structured system known as the work-ordered day. The work-ordered day takes place during clubhouse house hours, which parallels the typical business hours of the working community where the Clubhouse is located. Members and staff work side by side, as colleagues to perform the work that is important to their community. All of the work in the Clubhouse is for the Clubhouse and not for any outside agency or business. There are no clinical therapies or treatment-oriented programs in the Clubhouse. Members volunteer to participate as they feel ready and according to their individual interests.
Members can reach their goals of work, education, stable housing, and friendships at a pace that works for them, all while being connected to others and developing their unique strengths and abilities.
Membership is free and for life.
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Watch a video about the I.C.C.D. Clubhouse Model adhered to by Seacoast Pathways