Member's Picnic - 

Friday April 20th, 2018!!!

Location: Veterans Park, 600 Pecan Ave, Round Rock, TX 78664


Time: 12 noon to 1:30 pm


Meet us by the Picnic Tables


We will be supplying hamburgers, hot dogs, iced tea, condiments & utensils

We still need sides, desserts and other beverages.


List of what we still need for picnic


Member's_Picnic.pdf

Pavilion Chef Showdown, 

May 12th, 2018!!!

Things happening at the
Pavilion Chef Showdown
  • Youth baked creations show
  • Food trucks
  • Children's activities
  • Silent auctions
  • Raffles and more!!!

Location - St. Richards Episcopal Church, 

1420 E. Palm Valley Blvd, Round Rock 78664


Rules and Registration for the

Youth baked creations show

are as follows:


Youth_Baked_Decorated_Creations_Show_Rules.pdf

Youth_Baked_Decorated_Creations_Show_Registration.pdf


Interested in having a booth/table

at the Chef Showdown

click on the link below:


CRAFT_BOOTH_APPLICATION.pdf


Feel like donating/giving? 

Here is a suggested list of items

for our Raffle.


Pavilion_Chef_Showdown_Raffle_List.pdf


The following is a donor form

for the live/silent auction


Donor_Form_Live_Silent_Auction.pdf

Pavilion 1st Annual Golf Tournament, June 13, 2018!!!


Our First Annual Pavilion Dinner!

Thank you to everyone who attended our first annual Pavilion dinner on March 1! We had a great time with nearly 100 people in attendance. Terry Cook, one of our Williamson County Commissioners, gave a great speech!

Thank you to all who brought tickets, ate great barbeque (Thanks Smokey Mo's!), and made new friends. A lot of relationships were created that night, relationships we hope will continue to grow in service of all those who live with mental illness and/or substance abuse, and their loved ones.

Thank you to all of Pavilion's members who worked so hard to make this night a great success. Our members set up, worked the tables, took care of the kitchen, and cleaned up. Way to go!

Happy Mother's Day and Memorial Day!!!

The Pavilion Hope Campaign

Dependency to Independence                                                                                                                    Isolation to Friendship

Unemployment to Work                                                                                                        Illness to Recovery

...and that changes everything!


Help us bring new life to those living with mental illness and/or substance abuse! Help us make Williamson County thrive! Pavilion is a long term recovery solution for those living with mental illness and/or substance abuse. We help people find employment, get their education, stay out of the hospital and jail, find friends, and reconnect to our great community! Want to know more? Watch the video, read through our website, and donate to the Pavilion Hope Campaign to make all of this an enduring reality!

The Pavilion Clubhouse of Round Rock

We are a 501 (c)(3) organization offering a long term recovery solution for those living with mental illness and/or substance abuse.

Mental illness and substance abuse can destroy a life. It can leave a loved one isolated, homeless, jobless, and without much hope for a future. For those living with mental illness or fighting substance abuse, recovery can seem to be such a difficult road.


What if there was a program that can help you sustain your recovery? Make lasting friendships, find the job you want, and regain your independence? What if it didn't cost you a penny or require insurance? What if it was based on a proven program that has been around since the 1940's?


At Pavilion, this is what we do. We help persons living with mental illness or struggling with substance abuse break up the isolation they are living in, help them find a job they are happy with, and begin a new, hopeful life.


At Pavilion, life can become good again.


Contact us at 512-417-2767 or at gordon.butler@pavilionrr.org!


Recovery!

Dependency to Independence                        Isolation to  Friendship

Unemployment to Work                         Illness to Recovery


People living with mental illness and/or substance abuse have the right to a productive, independent life. Our goal is to provide them with the tools, support, and resources to find that life. Our focus is on providing community-based mentors, supported employment, networking and referrals. We tap into each person’s personal responsibility to adapt to change.

And that changes everything!

Upcoming Events

Hang tight while we look up scheduled events...