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Employment History


Worcester Art Museum

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Member
Genesis Club Inc

Education



Holy Cross

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Genesis Club, Inc. 274 Lincoln St. Worcester, MA "Genesis Club Leadership"

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After graduating from Holy Cross, Mike McAuliffe found Genesis when he was homeless and unemployed. Today, Mike, is living independently and has been working at the Worcester Art Museum for 13 years. These are only a few of the Genesis members whom have reclaimed their lives. It is the Herb's, Cheryl's, Kari's and Mike's and hundreds more that have kept the spirit of recovery alive at the Genesis Club.


Hanbleceya News

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But you know, it's amazing how eventually, each of them turns around and gets involved." Michael McAuliffe, a graduate of Holy Cross, remembers the onslaught of his mental illness began slowly but increased steadily. A theology major with an A-average in his freshman and sophomore years, his grades plummeted as his illness progressed. He squeaked by with a diploma before plunging into a world of despair, hopelessness and homelessness. He now has his own apartment, holds a part-time job as a security guard at the Worcester Art Museum, and is a member of the Genesis Club. Mickey, another member, has been to Norway to help organize a clubhouse in that country. He advises visiting international groups who want to understand how the Genesis Club operates. He also visits fledgling clubhouses around the world to point out weaknesses and strengths. Clubhouses are a unique and invaluable approach to those with mental illness. "I wouldn't be alive today, I wouldn't be who I am or where I am without the Genesis Club," McAuliffe states quietly.


Hanbleceya

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Michael McAuliffe, a graduate of Holy Cross, remembers the onslaught of his mental illness began slowly but increased steadily. A theology major with an A-average in his freshman and sophomore years, his grades plummeted as his illness progressed. He squeaked by with a diploma before plunging into a world of despair, hopelessness and homelessness. He now has his own apartment, holds a part-time job as a security guard at the Worcester Art Museum, and is a member of the Genesis Club.

Mickey, another member, has been to Norway to help organize a clubhouse in that country. He advises visiting international groups who want to understand how the Genesis Club operates. He also visits fledgling clubhouses around the world to point out weaknesses and strengths.
Clubhouses are a unique and invaluable approach to those with mental illness.
"I wouldn't be alive today, I wouldn't be who I am or where I am without the Genesis Club," McAuliffe states quietly.


Welcome to Genesis Club, Inc.

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Denise Hast and Michael McAuliffe have followed Dr. Steven's lead in serving as Vice Presidents of the Genesis Board.


Genesis Club's Board of Directors 2000-2001

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Mike McAuliffe

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