support groups

Support groups are a space where individuals can come together to share their stories, experiences, and lives in a way that helps reduce isolation and loneliness. Oftentimes, we think we are struggling alone, but support groups help us see that there are others who may dealing with similar situations and who in turn can help us get better.

To help Michiganders through the mental health challenges of COVID-19, behavioral health

professionals at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services created the 

Stay Well Crisis Counseling Program, funded by a federal grant.

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Survivors of Suicide Loss

A bi-monthly drop-in support group for those who have lost a loved one to suicide. Please email for a pre-screening before your first meeting and for details.

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Mondays at 7pm

Be Kind to Your Mind

Need a little emotional support? This group is about unwinding, unburdening, and helping each other persevere in the face of continued COVID-19 distress.

Teen Talk Support Group

Wednesdays at 4pm

In this weekly talk group for people aged 14 to 17, you can share your ups and downs with other teens, and hear about their experiences, too.

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Tues' at 12, Fri's at 6

If you've lost a loved one during the COVID-19 pandemic, you may find comfort talking to others who are also working through grief and loss, trying to adapt to the "new normal."

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Wednesdays at 10am

When it comes to the pandemic, we're all in this together, but seniors often feel isolated and lonely. That's why we offer a group specifically for seniors and older adults. 

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Thursdays at 5:30pm

Parents, are you feeling anxious about your family's safety as COVID-19 keeps spreading? For parents of children 18 and younger.



If you have any questions about Stay Well support groups, please contact

Destinee Smith

(269) 381-1510