How you can get involved
There are many great ways to get involved with New View Society:
Make a DonationAs the need for mental health services continues to grow so do the numbers we serve. By giving to the New View Society you are helping us embrace and support adults with a mental illness allowing for the best life possible within the limitations of the diagnosis they have been given.
Become a VolunteerBy volunteering you will make a difference in the lives of our members-your time and energy will help us provide programs and opportunities that would not otherwise be possible. If you think you are too small to be effective, you have never been in bed with a mosquito ~Betty Reese
Using Our ServicesNew View Society serves adults with persistent and recurring mental illnesses living within the Tri-Cities area. To use our services and become a member of New View Society, all you need is a referral from your case worker at Tri-Cities Mental Health or your long term general practitioner (doctor). If you are uncertain if the Clubhouse is the right fit for you, feel free to come by for a tour and try our services on a trial basis, before getting your membership. Print off a Referral Form (to be filled out by your doctor or case manager).
Become a Society Supporter
For a small $5 fee, family, friends and community individuals who are interested in the mission of the Society and in keeping the Society at the cutting edge of rehabilitation can become Society Supporters. Society Supporters have voting rights at the AGMs, in addition to receiving information, event invitations, and updates on the Society’s activates. To become a Society Supporter, simply fill out the Society Supporter Form.
Join our TeamWe strive to promote an atmosphere allowing for creativity and openness in a team environment. We work alongside our members providing support as they learn the skills necessary to integrate into the community toward their goal of recovery.
Hire our Social Enterprises
New View Society currently owns two Social Enterprises: One Stop Assembly, and The Crazy Cookie Company. With the dual objectives of generating revenue for our programs while creating employment opportunities for our members, these Social Enterprises make a difference in the community while ensuring customers expectations are surpassed every time. Learn more about how you can hire our Social Enterprises!