We mention important events: when we get new transitional employment work placements, community garden, units, workers, trips, schoolings.
In March 1996 Haabersti clubhouse was created in cooperation with Progress Place from Canada and it was called Haabersti psychosocial rehabilitation center.
1996 – Urve Tamm started working as the clubhouse manager.
In September 1996 the Haabersti psychosocial rehabilitation center was renamed as Haabersti clubhouse. With 10 members and 2 workers we started learning the standards and getting acquainted with Finnish and Canadian clubhouses. We started finding our place.
In 1998-2000 we received support from the Estonian Open Foundation.
In 1997 Margit Laurson started working as the clubhouse manager.
In 2000 Tallinn Mental Health Center was created and Haabersti clubhouse became a part of it. The Tallinn Mental Health Center has 7 units, our clubhouse being one of them, and that is and has been one of the leading mental health service providers in Tallinn.
In 2000 we participated in the international clubhouse seminar in Rendsburg, Germany .
In 2001 we participated in the international clubhouse seminar in Reykjavik, Iceland.
In 2004 we participated in the European clubhouse seminar in Sweden, Malmö.
In 2005 we moved from the Haabersti Social Center housing in Õismäe tee 24 to Õismäe tee 105a, that was specially adjusted for the clubhouse.
In 2007 we took part in the international clubhouse seminar in Milwaukee, USA.
In 2008 Anneli Bender started working as the clubhouse manager.
In 2015 Mari Lipp started working as the clubhouse manager.
In 2016 Haabersti clubhouse was first accredited by Clubhouse International.
In 2018 we took part in the 2 week clubhouse base training in Helsinki.
In 2019 our second accreditation took place.
In 2019 we took part in the international clubhouse seminar in Lilleström, Norway.
In 2019 we took part in the 2 week clubhouse base training in London.