Heights Club provides a supportive and encouraging environment
where you can be fully yourself and begin to heal.
One-on-one computer tutoring
One-on-one career counseling
Benefits & entitlements counseling
Double trouble in recovery groups
We serve a light dinner
daily at 4 pm (suggested donation $1.00)
We are not a mental health
clinic. Instead, Rainbow Heights Club picks up where your
psychiatrist or therapist leave off, by providing a place
where you can share your experience with staff and consumers
who understand where you're coming from. The Club is growing,
and we need your input, energy and ideas!
If you choose to, you can share your ideas, help to shape
new programs, do outreach to agencies and potential club
members, work on writing and producing our newsletter,
and help to create the kind of club you've always wanted
to be a member of. You can also just relax and enjoy
the atmosphere of acceptance our club provides.
As a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender person who
has also experienced a major psychiatric disorder, you've
had more than your share of stigma, prejudice, misunderstanding
and fear. Our club offers you the acceptance, respect
and safety you have always deserved. We look forward
to sharing our club with you - but you have to take the
Initial Screening appointments
are available only on Wednesdays and Thursdays, 12:30PM – 4:30PM
After the initial screening, we will set up another appointment
for a formal intake with a member of our Peer Specialist
staff. At that time, we’ll also ask you to sign
a release of information form along with a Membership
Contract. And then you’re in! You’re a member!
Not too hard, right?
interested! How do I become a member? Click
here to sign -up.
you for getting to know us better. Now we’d
like to get to know you better. Call 718.852.2584,
at email@example.com. No fee is required.
We look forward
to welcoming you to Rainbow Heights. Get to