As of today, Monday 02/03/2020, we will only accept referrals/applications from applicants who are already DMH clients. We are not accepting Non-DMH clients/ referrals at this time.



We are not taking NON-DMH client referrals/applicants at this time. We will update this notice as soon as anything changes. Sorry for all the inconvenience this may cause. If you have any questions please feel to call Intake Coordinator, Florence Mugenyi at 617-788-1003 or the Program Director, Mary C. Gregorio at 617-788-1002. Thank you.  

I.) Service Area: 

Center Club serves the Department of Mental Health’s Metro Boston Area including the following communities: all Boston neighborhoods, Brookline, Cambridge, Somerville, Revere, Chelsea, and Winthrop.  Prospective members MUST live in these areas and have a history of a major mental illness.

Center Club is based on the Clubhouse Model in which club members and staff members work side by side as partners in the daily operation of the program and in assisting club members in working towards their individual goals which may range from learning English, to getting a job to improving over health. Individuals who want or need a staff intensive program may not feel comfortable in a Clubhouse setting.  Our membership is large and diverse with approximately 65% people of color and many of our services are provided also in Spanish.


Download:  Helpful-information-for-making-referrals


(All completed paperwork should be faxed to 617-788-1080. Also, paperwork can be returned to the Intake Coordinator, Florence Mugenyi, via email at




DMH clients are Individuals being referred to Center Club from the Department of Mental Health or from DMH programs (eg ACCS, PACT, etc). They are individuals who already have DMH services.

Please download, fill (type info) and send these two (2) forms:

Form 1. )

Critical-Information-Form-and-Release-FEB 09 2019 

Form 2.)


II.) Sending Paperwork:

All completed paperwork should be faxed to 617-788-1080. Also, paperwork can be returned to the Intake Coordinator, Florence Mugenyi, via email at

III.) After Intake & New Member Orientation:

Prospective members will be given program literature and a member facilitated tour. Spanish-speaking members may choose to meet with a Spanish-speaking staff member and Club member. The member’s individual goals will be explored during this initial meeting. The member will be assigned a key staff member with whom they will make an appointment to complete the Club assessment and be oriented to the units.  The assessment and orientation provide an opportunity for members to further explore their goals and needs. Each club member will work with their key staff member in developing an “Action Plan” in which they will describe their personal goals along with the steps they will take in reach them including the people/programs who will assist them. New members are also strongly encouraged to attend our Monday info sessions (2:00-3:00 pm) in which we cover different aspects of the Club such as Employment Services, Clubhouse Philosophy, and Housing Services.

The following information may assist you in deciding whether or not Center Club is the best program for a specific individual:

Membership is voluntary. Members set their own schedule and decide how to best utilize the clubhouse. Because we are a clubhouse and intentionally not staff intensive, we cannot monitor members’ whereabouts.

 IV.) Special Notes: Social Program/ Meals/ Transportation/Guests

The club is not a drop-in center or a social club. Members attending during the day are expected to become involved in unit work.  Our work-ordered day hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 am – 4:00 pm. The social program is in operation Monday through Friday from 4:00-7:00 P.M.  We are open all holidays. Although the club is not a highly structured program, members are encouraged to develop their own structure by planning a schedule, working in a unit and participating in activities of their choice (for example job interview skills, resume writing, educational tutoring, meal preparation, diversity discussion or visiting the gym). Center Club does not provide transportation. Meals cost $1.00 for members and $3.00 for guests.  We typically only have guests for special occasions. Breakfast is free for members. There may be a charge for some social activities.

Please direct all referral and enrollment inquiries to:

Florence Mugenyi or Florence is at Center Club, Monday-Friday. You can also reach Florence at 617-788-1003



We are slowly trying to figure out what this means to Center Club.  Eventhough Center Club closed its doors on March 17th...

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