Ann Arbor-based adult rehabilitation nonprofit gets fresh start during pandemic
(Meredith Bruckner)Read: Local nonprofit impacted by Lucky’s Market closing in Ann ArborIn June, some members of staff were able to come back after they secured state funding. However, the fiscal year ended on Oct. 1 and with no funding for the next fiscal year, Fresh Start Clubhouse was back at square one. “The Clubhouse, in partnership with Community Mental Health, spent a month talking with our members, staff and advisory board,” said Berman. It’s going to allow us to reach way more people.”It will also allow Fresh Start Clubhouse to seek other revenue streams outside its contract with CMH, such as grants and individual giving. Monthly sessions will be held from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. and people can come and go as they want.”Fresh Start Clubhouse is also currently hiring.