Club Erie 

Club Erie

This community-based service is designed to help adults with intellectual disabilities acquire, maintain, and improve skills while accessing their community, building friendships and having fun.

The caring and energetic staff at Club Erie works with adults either individually or in small groups to support them in achieving goals identified in their Individual Support plan such as: participating in activities of interest, learning skills, volunteering, or increasing socialization skills through experiences with others. Four levels of support are available, ranging from 1:1 to 1:6 staff -to- consumer ratios.

Club Erie’s gathering site in Erie is located at 1358 E.12th Street, but all activities take place in the community or home. Opportunities are also available in the Girard and Corry area. Services are currently offered Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Opportunities may be provided other days/times when possible.


Activities primarily fall within the seven following areas:

Community Awareness/Resources/Access


Cultural Arts

Wellness/Personal Adjustment

Motor skills/Mobility

Professional Development/Volunteering

Activities of Daily Living

Experiences that are offered by Club Erie for adults with intellectual disabilities:


For more information about Club Erie activities for adults and seniors, contact Jenifer Wolfram at or call  (814) 878-4141.