We offer a variety of support groups throughout the year. Whether you are coping with a chronic illness or an addiction, divorce or loss of a loved-one, you will find compassionate care in one of these groups. Download the file of our support groups and when they meet. They are also listed below.
GriefShare is a class with a trained grief counselor and a few others who are on their own journey through grief over the death of a loved one. Our next class will meet Tuesday nights from 7 - 9 p.m. in Room 422/424 meeting through August 20. For more information or for individual meetings, call Debi Dixon, Grief Coach, at 805-766-4071. Debi is available to work individually with people processing other types of grief.
Boundaries, When to Say Yes, How to Say No, is a 12-week video series by Dr's. Cloud and Townsand. When in session, this class meets every other Thursday at 6:30 p.m. For more information about the next class, call Susie Skillstad at 805-766-2888.
Cancer Support provides Information on the latest treatment options, knowledgeable referrals, and loving support are offered to cancer patients and their families. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Building Bridges is a support group for those who have disabilities. The mission is to build bridges between those who are “otherwise-abled” and the community at large, as well as to promote understanding and fellowship. For more info, go to Building Bridges.
Community Support and Recovery Groups
— Men's Stag AA group, Pavilion 3
— Business Debtors Anonymous, Room 302
— Women's AA Discussion Group, Pavilion 2
— Overeaters Anonymous, Pavilion 3
— Families Anonymous (families of those with substance abuse issues), Room 301
— Al Anon, Room 302
— Compulsive Eaters Anonymous, Pavilion 1
— Depression and Bipolar Support Group (men & women), Room 301
— N.A.M.I. Support group for families dealing with mental illness (1st & 3rd weeks),
— SLAA, Pavilion 3
— TOPS, Room 301
— AA noon meeting (mixed, no-frills), Room 301
— Overeaters Anonymous, Room 302
— Brain Injury Support Group, Room 301
— Brain Injury Caregiver's Support Group, Room 302
(2nd & 4th Wednesdays only)
— Overcomers Outreach (men in recovery from substance abuse), Room 426
— Women's Step Study, Chapel
— Men's Step Study, Room 302
— Celebrate Recovery (Christ-centered 12-step program with separate groups for men and women seeking recovery from their hurts, hangups, and habits. We have groups for substance abuse, codependency, eating disorders, anger, depression, sexual brokenness, and men's issues. Meets in The PLEX (formerly called the Youth Center)
— SAnon (Spouses of those in recovery from sexual addiction), Room 428
— AA noon meeting (mixed, step study), Room 301
— AA East End Speaker Meeting, The PLEX (formerly called the Youth Center)