Any Parent with a Mental Illness Can Participate
No Registration is required.
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The weekly Peer Support Group is hosted by an experienced and caring parent and behavioral health professional with “lived experience” who gently guides the discussion in a healing and supportive direction with a people-first, recovery-centric approach.
Parents join us from many different locations, some with young children at home, others with adult children elsewhere. Callers include both first-time and experienced parents, single parents, foster parents, and grandparents. Whatever their backgrounds, they are unified by their love for their families and their desire to build happy and healthy lives, in spite of having a mental illness. The weekly Peer Support Group is accessible by telephone or from the web. Parents may join the call as frequently or infrequently as they’d like and may choose to remain anonymous or to introduce themselves to the group. No registration or commitment is required, but for many parents, the group becomes a vital part of their support system and a consistent part of their lives.
3-4pm pacific / 6-7pm eastern
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For More Information
Child and Family Connections, Inc.
Elizabeth Nestlerode, Program Manager
Made possible, in part, with generous support from the Independence Blue Cross Foundation and the Patricia Kind Family Foundation