Adolescent Recovery Support Clubhouse

Serving youth from Floyd, Gordon and Polk counties
 The Recovery Support Clubhouse provides a fun and safe environment for youth ages 13 to 18 to hang out, socialize and learn – without pressure or the temptations of substance use. Youth participate in social outings, educational and employment supports, group therapy and other activities that help them build pro-social behavior and life skills.

Weekly Saturday outings let participants have fun, learn and enjoy positive social interactions. Outings may include trips to amusement parks (Six Flags, White Water), sporting events, museums, paint ball, zip lining, arcades, movies and more. All activities include transportation and are provided by the Clubhouse at no cost to families.

The Clubhouse provides comprehensive services to engage youth as well as their families in their recovery. The Clubhouse Family Advocate works with families in their home or the Clubhouse to promote wellness and increase parental involvement in the program. Parents and families are encouraged to join the learning and fun during monthly parent and family events.

What the Adolescent Clubhouse provides

  • Alcohol, drug and recovery education
  • Weekly aftercare/relapse prevention
  • Healthy boundaries and relationship skills
  • Adult transition life skills
  • Employment and education skills
  • Peer mentoring
  • Transportation to the Clubhouse and offsite activities
  • Seven Challenges program
  • Snacks and meals
  • Health and nutrition education
  • Family advocacy and support, including:
    • Parent peer support groups
    • Monthly Clubhouse Parent Cafe (transportation provided)
    • Parent education and support
    • Monthly Family Day


Who the Clubhouse is for
The Clubhouse is located in Rome and serves youth ages 13 to 18 from Floyd, Gordon and Polk counties. Youth participating in Clubhouse activities must have a substance abuse issue at a mild, moderate or severe level. In addition, all participants:

  • Must see a doctor once a year unless they are already receiving medication from a doctor
  • Must see a nurse every six months
  • Must have TB (tuberculosis) and RPR (rapid plasma regain) tests before entering program



For more information about the Adolescent Recovery Support Clubhouse, call:
Erin Boling, MA, CAC II; Clubhouse program director, (706) 233-9023, ext. 2013
Sheila Colston; Clubhouse administrative assistant, (706) 233-9023, ext. 2003
Address: 6 Mathis Drive; Rome, Georgia