If you answered “yes” to these, SOMI Club is for YOU!
What SOMI can offer:
Peer-led mental health education classes, peer-led support groups, journaling lessons, music lessons, art lessons, sewing lessons, computer lessons, exercise classes, board games, outdoor games, help finding resources and healthy snacks (fruit, granola bars, nuts & cheeses).
All programs and services provided at no cost. To become a member of SOMI Club you must be living with a mental illness, compliant with your treatment and agree to SOMI Club rules. For more information, call SOMI Club at (251) 342-0261.
SOMI’s morning session is open to anyone who is living with a mental illness and compliant with their treatment. We open at 8:00 am and offer a light continental breakfast. A hot lunch is delivered by Ron’s Catering Service around 11:00 am. A variety of activities are available throughout the morning for members to participate in if they choose.
Individuals living independently and those living in a group home are welcome in the morning. SOMI Club morning session closes at 12:00 noon and reopens from 1:00-4:00 pm for the New Day, New Beginnings Program.
We at SOMI Club are a diverse group of people living with a mental illness and working daily to maintain our wellness. We meet at SOMI to socialize, relax and participate in activities that help enrich our lives, keep us well and away from the prejudices we face elsewhere in society.
There is no judgement at SOMI Club. It is a place to feel safe, be ourselves and support one another in our recovery and wellness.
The name SOMI stands for Survivors of Mental Illness and each of us truly ARE survivors. We survive the difficult challenges we face each day by providing mutual respect, self-care and support to one another.
If you are living with a mental illness and have been looking for a place to connect with your peers and help maintain your own mental health, we hope you will join us. Membership and benefits at the Club are provided at no cost. The only requirements are you be living with a mental illness and compliant with your treatment plan.
If you are not living with a mental illness, but share our values and mission, then consider volunteering with us. Anyone who supports mutual respect, support and dignity for ALL people is welcome at SOMI.
Our Spring 2014 Newsletter is available online.