About Us

Gateway Clubhouse is a program of Community Workforce Solutions, Inc. which has been providing supports to adults with disabilities and other barriers to employment since 1964. We maintain a highly qualified staff which includes Certified Brain Injury Specialists (CBIS) and Certified Rehabilitation Counselors (CRC).


Mission- Gateway Clubhouse strives to provide and maintain an environment that fosters the spirit of community while encouraging independence and interdependence, as well as providing brain injury awareness and promoting inclusion and integration for all brain injury survivors.

Vision- To provide a community in which individuals living with brain injury are empowered to seek and receive equal access to social, vocational, medical, financial, educational and leadership opportunities.


The Gateway Clubhouse Advisory Council is designed to provide support and guidance to the Gateway Clubhouse. The Council is separate from the Community Workforce Solutions, Inc. Board of Directors, who is ultimately responsible for the governance of the agency. The primary functions of the Council are to provide support to the Clubhouse in Leadership, Accountability, Development, Advocacy, and Vision.

The Clubhouse is staffed by two dynamic and qualified staff, both of whom are Certified Brain Injury Specialists (CBIS). In addition, support is provided to the Clubhouse by the Community Re-entry Manager of Community Workforce Solutions who is also a CBIS as well as a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and a Certified Vocational Evaluator.

Click here for a list of Advisory Council members
Click here to meet our Staff


Gateway Clubhouse chose to follow a set of standards developed by the International Brain Injury Clubhouse Alliance (IBICA). These standards are modeled off of the International Center for Clubhouse Development (ICCD) standards that have been successfully utilized by mental health clubhouses for over 50 years. These standards have been modified with the consent of ICCD to reflect the differences that exist between the disabilities of mental illness and brain injury. These standards serve as a “Bill of Rights” for members and a code of ethics for staff and organizations running Clubhouses. The standards insist that a Clubhouse is a place that offers respect and opportunity to its members.

The Gateway Clubhouse is a member of the International Brain Injury Clubhouse Alliance and follows the standards in an effort to provide consistency in services.

Click here to view IBICA standards