The following support groups are offered on a regularly scheduled basis, but dates vary. Please call the corresponding phone numbers for more information.
Cancer Support Group
The Cancer Support Group is designed for all cancer patients, their families and friends. The group will meet quarterly with a different topic discussed at each meeting. For more information please call (920) 320-2749. Click here for our 2013 meeting dates.
Chronic Pain Therapy Group
Chronic pain, despite various causes, can interfere with daily life & diminish self confidence. Facilitated by Marianne Webers, MSW. Each person will meet with the facilitator to be assessed for group appropriateness. HFM Behavioral Health Center 920.320.8600 View full handout
Chronic Pain Support Group
This free support group is open to anyone facing chronic pain. Group members will share their stories, hear speakers and receive support, encouragement and hope from others who are going through the same challenges. For specific dates and times, call 920.320.3185. View full handout
Educational/support group meets the first Monday of each month at 6:30 pm at St. Paul's United Methodist Church, 411 Reed Ave. This support group offers support for the consumer of mental health care in addition to a group for the families of the mentally ill. A Social gathering/Drop-in center takes place the first Friday of the month from 1-3 pm at St. Paul's as well. For more information call 920.684.3998.
This group for new moms offers support, education, and a chance to network. The group meets at the Medical Center (2300 Western Avenue) - Second Floor Learning Center. There is no fee. For more information please call 320.6759. View full handout
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
If you are in emotional distress or suicidal crisis you can call The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK (1-888-628-9454 for Spanish-speaking callers) at any time, from anywhere in the Nation. You will speak with a trained crisis worker (in English or Spanish) who will listen to and assist you in getting the help you need. For more information about the Lifeline, visit www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org. Visit our Behavioral Health section for more of the services we offer to help you.