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What is Club 90?

Club 90 is a Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program for adults in Elliot Lake and the surrounding area. Through support and sharing, members and staff provide a place to belong, a warm place, where members can achieve new levels of esteem and confidence in an atmosphere of stability and challenge. Everyone has something to offer.

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The Clubhouse

Club 90 uses the clubhouse model to run its activities. The club is organized into the following units:

CAFE: Service from the cafe is available at nominal cost to members.
CLERICAL: Members participate in general office operations and publish newsletters.
MAINTENANCE: Members maintain premises and equipment.

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Members and staff are responsible for developing or updating the various skills necessary for the proper operation of the club units. These work habits and abilities will upgrade the members potential and assist in a renewal of self confidence and self reliance.

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Members of Club 90 help prepare a lunch or dinner daily. For a nominal amount, members enjoy a nutricious meal prepared onsite. Check the meal schedule to see what's cooking.

 

 

 

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Notice

 

Club 90 temporarily closed until further notice!

All programs, meals and activities are currently suspended.  Staff will work off-site, but will be available to help you.


For more information, please call (705) 848-2879 and leave a message, or e-mail at mhsupport@nscss.com or
supportmh@nscss.com.

If you are in crisis you can call the crisis line at 705-848-2585.

We apologize for the inconvenience the unexpected closure has caused and will reopen as soon as possible.

Click here for details.

Reminder

Covid-19 Emergency

The Ontario government has declared a COVID-19 state of emergency and issued a stay at home order  from April 8, 2021 to May 20, 2021 across Ontario.  Click here for information.

Mandatory Face Masks
Face masks must be worn while on Elliot Lake Transit, in retail and grocery stores, banks, medical and personal services, bars and restaurants, and in other public indoor places, as well as anywhere, indoors or outdoors, where physical distancing is difficult or impossible such as parking lots.  Click here for policy.

Do your part to reduce spreading COVID-19
  • Wash your hands frequently.
  • Avoid going out except  when necessary, like buying groceries.
  • Avoid travel to areas with high COVID-19 cases.
  • Physical distancing - Stay at least 2 metres (6 feet) from other people.
  • Wear a mask where physical distancing is difficult or not possible, such as on public transit and in stores.
  • Self-isolate for two weeks after you return to Canada from a foreign country or from a region with high COVID-19 cases such as the Toronto area.
  • Get vaccinated when you are eligible.
  • Get tested if you develop symptoms.
  • Stay home if you are sick.