Support groups are a great opportunity to connect with others dealing with similar situations in life sharing stories, perspectives, inspiration, and empathy. Emotional support from peers as well as trained leaders can be a very effective way to help with recovery, support those with mental illness, learn other's perspectives on common human challenges, and develop healthy emotional connection. We often think we are the only ones with our struggles, but coming together with others can remind us that we are not alone.
Meets the last Monday of the month at 6:30 pm. The Suicide Loss Support Group is a peer-led, facilitated support group for those who have lost a loved one to suicide. (Recommend 16 years of age and older.) Join to share, listen, or simply be among others who understand your feelings and have shared a common tragedy. There are no judgments.
Location: St. Luke United Methodist Church in Sheboygan-Enter off Niagara Ave. Parking Lot. Entrance under the St. Luke sign in the parking lot. Located in Fellowship Hall-upstairs upon entering the building. This facility is handicap accessible.
Meets the 2nd Monday of the month at 6:30 pm. If you are grieving the death of your child, we invite you to join us for friendship, understanding, support, and a listening ear.
NOT CURRENTLY MEETING due to COVID-19. Please stay tuned or contact us to find out more about future schedule.
Specifically for grandparents raising their grandchildren, this group hopes to provide discussion and support for the unique experiences faced by grandparents in the parenting role.
There are additional local community support groups available for differing concerns, topics and circumstances throughout the county. Please search our Sheboygan County Community Mental Health Directory for additional assistance.
Are you currently running a support group? Are you interested in leading a peer led support group? Join us for a webinar and live discussion on support group facilitation exploring the various roles of the peer group facilitator. Topics discussed include:
Webinars happen sporadically throughout the year. Please contact us below filling out the message section expressing interest in the MHA Facilitator Training Program.