Tag Archives: clubhouses

They Just Don’t Like Us

Three years ago a clubhouse, Granite Pathways, opened in Manchester, N.H. to help people struggling with mental illnesses deal with the isolation, housing, and work issues that come with the territory, and all this without government funds. Unfortunately, a few … Continue reading

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Sometimes The Good Guys Win

You’ve all heard it before–the not-in-my-neighborhood law. In previous posts, I’ve written that our clubhouse, Granite Pathways, was taken to court for daring to open in a nice area, with trees and parks instead of the inner city. After going … Continue reading

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Sad, Sad, Sad

Lately my mood has been lower than the bottom of a shoe, teeming with dog poop, resulting in my vacillating between thoughts of suicide and admitting myself into a hospital. I got through the night with the help of an … Continue reading

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Family Ties And The Heartbreak Of Psoriasis

I am grateful for our clubhouse, Granite Pathways, even though some trolls are trying to close it down. (More on that at the end of this post.) With Thanksgiving approaching, I felt pressured about what to do regarding my family … Continue reading

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Clubhouses

            I want to update everyone about our clubhouse, Granite Pathways, in Manchester, New Hampshire. As I noted earlier, we are following an international model, which will allow our organization to become certified. We opened in Sept. 2010 after going … Continue reading

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