Our Peer Run Support groups are a place to come together and heal.
There is a group for everyone, no matter what your struggle - you are not alone.
To learn more, or to sign up to be a part of one of these groups call or send us an email.
Trauma / PTSD
Thursday's @ 6pm
A safe, nurturing, accepting environment in which painful feelings and experiences can be shared with others.
By normalizing the experience of recovery and increasing the survivor’s self-efficacy through education and resource sharing, support groups have the potential to strengthen the survivor’s coping, as well as reduce isolation.
Unfortunately, our society supports disordered eating. Disordered eating is when you use food and/or exercise to control your feelings. You might limit your intake based on a diet or on how much exercise you have done that day. Disordered eating comes in all different forms: not eating enough, eating past full, purging, laxatives, excessive exercise, only eating clean or healthy, etc.
Disordered Eating Recovery
Starting in February on Tuesday evenings
Starting in February
Men are evolutionarily hardwired for connection, closeness, and talking things through, yet our modern-day society seems to push men toward isolation. Here, men can come together to support each other with their personal challenges so they can experience personal growth in any area from divorce or parenting to illness or career issues while feeling supported mentally and emotionally.
Post Partum Support
Starting February 4th
There is truly no way to prepare for parenting. Welcoming a new baby comes with so much: joy, disruption, loss of control, amazement, an entirely new schedule (what schedule?!), no sleep, baby smiles, changes to your relationship, new roles, a new identity, and so much more. Join postpartum parents to share the good/bad/ugly, and to experience the magic and strength that comes from connecting with people going through exactly the same season as you. Mommas and babies are welcome.
Starting in February
Sex/love addictions can be shameful for many. The truth is that society has allowed this addiction to be supported and almost celebrated. For the member struggling though, it doesn't feel enjoyable. It feels out of control and obsessive. This group is designed to be a safe space for members to open up about their behaviors as well as their traumatic pasts that led to their current addictions.
ASL interpreters are available for any group upon request. Please email a request to confirm availability.