Do you have a history of depression or bipolar disorder? Are you interested in resources & support from people who know what you’re going through?
The Depression & Bipolar Support Group is a weekly walk-in session where you can listen and ask questions around living a healthy full life, including developing coping skills, building self-esteem, and finding helpful resources.
Is someone in your family under 21 and in jail? Do you wish you could connect with other people who understand what you’re going through?
This support group is peer-led and judgment-free, helping you understand and make the most of the difficult situation you’re in. Break the stigma and stop feeling so alone!
Are you parent or caregiver to a child with a social, emotional, or mental health diagnosis? Do you feel isolated and wish you could connect with others who know what you’re going through?
Helping Others through Personal Experience is a peer-led support group that gets you feeling connected and empowered through a network of people who are ready to help.
Do you suffer from a psychiatric disability and have school-aged children? Do you need help creating a stable life for you and your kids?
In Emerge, you’ll get some one-on-one time to share your story and your challenges. Then, we’ll help you choose a mix of individual and group activities to help you make connections and get the support you need!
Are you veteran or a family member of one, struggling to process and move forward? Are you suffering from PTSD, suicidal thoughts, depression, addiction or any other mental health issues?
Our Vet2Vet support groups are a safe place where you can listen, share, and spend time with people who know what you’re going through. Together, we aim to help everyone feel heard and share ways to build a thriving life!
Are you, or is someone in your family, a veteran? Are you feeling lonely or isolated, or suffering from PTSD, suicidal thoughts, depression, addiction, TBI, or any other mental health issues?
Our Vet2Vet social activities give you the opportunity to get out and enjoy the world. Join us for some healing through simple fun, all in the company of other veterans and their families who are facing similar challenges.