The Sally and Howard Levin Clubhouse is a nationally accredited psychiatric rehabilitation facility located in the new Krause Commons building on Murray Avenue, in the heart of Squirrel Hill. The Clubhouse is a dynamic program and a warm, welcoming community that offers individuals hope, and the chance to move beyond their illness and achieve their full potential.  The model is unique in that it is not clinical or illness-centered, and instead focuses on the strengths of each individual and the power of the clubhouse community. The Clubhouse helps its members to discover and develop their strengths and abilities, build self-confidence and gain valuable social and vocational skills that prepare them for more productive, rewarding, meaningful lives.

Hours of Operation:

Monday – Thursday 8:30am to 5:00 pm
Friday: 8:30 – 7:00pm
Every holiday except Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashanah: 10 am to 2:00 pm

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The Supported Living Program serves adults with serious and persistent mental illness. Participants live in JRS buildings as well as well as apartments and homes throughout the Squirrel Hill area and are provided with comprehensive individualized support based upon their own specific needs. Supported Living participants receive in-home assistance with medication and symptom management, with skill development and with the establishment of stable and satisfying lives in the community. Read More >

Charles Morris Hall, Opened in 2000, a HUD-subsidized apartment building in Squirrel Hill developed collaboratively by JRS and ACTION-Housing, provides affordable independent housing to 12 individuals with developmental or cognitive disabilities. Read More >

Jason Kramer Hall – Jason Kramer Hall is a HUD subsidized apartment building in Squirrel Hill developed collaboratively by JRS and ACTION-Housing. It provides affordable, independent housing to individuals with developmental or cognitive disabilities. Read More >

Young Adults in Transition is an initiative designed to support families of individuals who are eager to assume more independence but who need considerable supports because of significant disabilities. JRS is committed to providing educational workshops and conferences that inform and connect these families with resources and each other. Read More >

JSSN is a social and recreational club for persons with intellectual disabilities established in collaboration with the Jewish Community Center that meets monthly for social activities held in and around the Squirrel Hill community. Read More >