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MBIC Community Integration Outing Chaperone

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ORGANIZATION: Midwest Brain Injury Clubhouse

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Become an integral part of the MBIC Clubhouse by joining us as an Outing Chaperone Volunteer. Our outings are a vital component of our mission, aimed at fostering community integration and enhancing the quality of life for our members. Through these outings, members explore various facets of the city-from museums and restaurants to parks and cinemas-embracing the diversity and vibrancy of their community.

About the Program

At MBIC Clubhouse, we cater to adults with a range of needs, including those recovering from brain injuries, living with autism, and other cognitive or physical challenges. Our members live at home with their families and strive for a sense of normalcy and independence in their daily lives. Our program is dedicated to supporting this journey by offering opportunities for social interaction, skill development, and community engagement.

The Role of an Outing Chaperone

As an Outing Chaperone, you will:

  • Provide companionship and support to members during various outings, ensuring they feel comfortable, confident, and included.
  • Assist members with specific needs, whether it be navigating the environment, managing payments, or simply being a friendly presence.
  • Promote a sense of independence and social integration, helping members to engage with public spaces and activities confidently.
  • Work alongside our staff to facilitate enjoyable and safe experiences for all members.

Why Community Integration Matters

Our outings are more than just recreational activities; they are a bridge to the wider world for our members. By participating in these community events, our members not only enjoy the enriching experiences but also learn vital social and practical skills. These experiences contribute to their sense of belonging and their ability to participate in society more fully and independently.

Who We Are Looking For

We seek volunteers who are:

  • Compassionate and patient, with a genuine desire to support individuals with diverse needs.
  • Comfortable working in a variety of settings and with different levels of assistance, from one-on-one support to aiding those with physical disabilities.
  • Eager to contribute to the personal growth and community integration of our members.
  • Looking for a rewarding, hands-on volunteer experience that makes a real difference in the lives of others.

Join Us

If you are passionate about fostering community connections and supporting individuals to live fuller, more integrated lives, we would love to have you as an Outing Chaperone Volunteer. Your involvement will not only enrich the lives of our members but also provide you with a deeply fulfilling and enriching experience.

To express interest or learn more about becoming an Outing Chaperone at MBIC Clubhouse, please Tammiko at tammiko@mbiclubhouse.org . Together, we can ensure our members enjoy the vibrant, engaging, and inclusive lives they deserve.

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About Midwest Brain Injury Clubhouse


1021 W. Adams, Suite 200, Chicago, IL 60607, US

Mission Statement

Mission Statement: To provide life long rehabilitative services and support to those affected by brain injury or stroke.


The Clubhouse is a unique place where individuals can come to relearn skills through the work of the day. We like to think of the Clubhouse as our home away from home and the folks here are like family. For many the Clubhouse is the next step in transitioning from a patient back into the real world.


Health & Medicine
People with Disabilities
Sports & Recreation
Health & Medicine, People with Disabilities, Sports & Recreation


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1021 West Adams StreetSuite 200Chicago, IL 60607



  • Outdoor Recreation
  • People Skills
  • Mental Health
  • Problem Solving
  • Relationship Building
  • Patient Care





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