Painting Pathways Clubhouse empowers adults with diagnosed mental illness by building community, supporting recovery and changing lives.
What is a Clubhouse?
A Clubhouse is a community intentionally organized to support individuals living with mental illness. Through participation in a Clubhouse, people are given the opportunity to join the worlds of friendship, family, important work, employment, and education. They can also access the services that they may individually need.
A Clubhouse is a restorative environment for people who have had their lives drastically disrupted and need the support of others who believe that recovery from mental illness is possible for all.
Committed to Excellence
Our Clubhouse is recognized and accredited by Clubhouse International.
Accredited clubhouses displaying this icon are universally recognized as operating with a high level of compliance with the International Standards for Clubhouse programs.
Components of a Clubhouse
Meet Our Team
Jennifer Schmoldt – Executive Director
Linda Kerscher – Staff Generalist
Stephani Lasco – Staff Generalist
Amber Hutchison – Employment Specialist
Pictured from left to right: Stephani Lasco, Jennifer Schmoldt, Amber Hutchison, Linda Kerscher
Board of Directors
BarbHerrmann – Board President
Callie Schroeder – Board Vice President
Cheryl Reinke – Board Secretary
Martha Rasmus – Board Treasurer
Colleen Wisnicky– Board Member
Nancy Randolph – Board Member
Robert Bubolz – Board Member
Lori Wotruba – Board Member
Andrew Harrigan – Board Member
John Stangel – Board Member
Gary Keesling – Board Member
Dan Hornung – Board Member
Dan Phillips – Board Member
David Clements – Board Member
Susan Lind – Board Member Emeritus