Are you a Single Parent, do you have Kids with ADHD/Autism, Special Needs, going through Divorce, seeking Grief counselling or need other types of support?
As Women and Moms in all stages of life, there are many events that can happen to us all.
We don’t have to go through these events alone and it is not always easy to ask for help in many of these topics.
We’ve pulled together a list of support groups under 7 different categories to help you through many different events that may be happening in your life now.
These categories include support groups that can help with:
- Divorce: Whether you just need a group to listen, or help you with legal questions, custody support, and much more.
- Grief: If you have just lost a loved one and need help with the stages of grief, these groups may be of some help.
- Mom Groups: are you looking for some social interaction, and to share and hear stories about the joys and woes of motherhood?
- Single Parents: do you want to have support from people in a similar lifestyle that can understand the joys and struggles of being a single parent?
- Special Needs: Did you find out your child has a special need like Autism, ADHD and need to hear about how others are dealing with situations similar to yours?
- Women’s Needs: Do you need a support group to help you through Miscarriage, Breast Feeding, Sexual assault, and other Women topics?
You can find more information about these categories HERE
If you are currently a part of a support group or involved in an organization that supports Moms with life and are not listed, please be sure to submit a listing.
DivorceCare is a safe place where caring people come alongside you as you find healing from the pain of separation or divorce. At this 13-week, video-based support group program, you’ll find helpful counsel to manage the emotional turmoil and practical tools for decision-making.
We train, disciple, and mentor people affected by disability to exercise their gifts of leadership and service in their churches and communities. We energize the church to move from lack of awareness of people impacted by disability to including everyone into worship, fellowship, and outreach.
Offers services in a warm, caring, and nurturing environment where the feelings of grief, pain, and loss may be expressed. Trained volunteer group facilitators lead participants in their personal journey toward healing and healthy reconciliation of their grief.