Elkhart County Clubhouse

 

114 S. Fifth St.
Goshen, IN 46528

 

8:30am-5pm Mon-Fri

Phone: (574) 971-5210

Fax: (574) 971-5211

Elkhart County Clubhouse is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization.

Staff

Rich Meyer
Director

 

Rich Meyer took the Comprehensive Clubhouse Training at Gateway House in Greenville, SC after five weeks internship at Carriage House in Fort Wayne, IN.  Rich was on the board of Maple City Health Care Center for fifteen years; during twelve of those years, he worked for Christian Peacemaker Teams. Prior to working for Elkhart County Clubhouse Meyer was self-employed in repair and maintenance of home, auto and light sport aircraft. Meyer is a commercial pilot with an instrument rating, and enjoys calling square dances.

Erich Miller

Clubhouse Generalist

 

Erich joined the Clubhouse as Generalist in June of 2015.  Originally from the Goshen area, he spent most of his adulthood wandering the world from Bangkok, Thailand to the Oregon Coast.   Having returned to the area in February of 2015, spends his free time working with his wife on their small family farm with their dog Sasha and 12 cats.

Cris Torres
Clubhouse Generalist

 

Cris started in August 2012 as a masters of social work intern from Edinboro University (online) in Pennsylvania. He was hired in May 2013 as a Clubhouse Generalist. He is originally from central Texas. He lives with his wife and three kids in Goshen.

Halle Steingass
Clubhouse Generalist

Halle joined our staff in October 2017. She was an intern from 2015-2016 at Elkhart County Clubhouse to complete her 400-hour social work internship. She graduated with a BSW from Goshen College in 2016. Halle returned from the west coast to build her plant sanctuary at her residence. She enjoys practicing yoga, looking at puppies online, water-coloring, spreading joy, and making people smile.

Kethayun Mehta
Clubhouse Generalist

Kethayun joined our staff in June 2018 immediately after she graduated from Goshen College with a Bachelors in Social Work and Psychology. Kethayun’s hometown is on the other side of the world in Mumbai, India. In her free time she facilitates the Survivor Support Group at Goshen College, babysits her plants, cooks without recipes, watches sappy television shows, and bikes with no purpose.  

Former Staff