Who Cares for The Caregivers?
Trauma, Anxiety, Stress, and Self-Care Support Group for Caregivers and Friends
of Those With Mental Health Conditions
Being Held Tuesdays From 7 pm - 8:30 pm EST via ZOOM
Depending on enrollment, the group will tentatively start meeting on July 21, 2020
When a friend or family member develops a mental health condition, it's important to know that you're not alone. Family members and caregivers often play a large role in helping and supporting the millions of people in the U.S. who experience mental health conditions each year. Many family members and caregivers experience the same thoughts and questions you might be having now.
You may be trying to help a family member who doesn't have access to care or doesn't want help. Or you may want to learn how to support and encourage someone who has been hospitalized or experienced a similar mental health crisis.
We realize that the challenges of mental illness do not only affect an individual's family members but also friends, teachers, neighbors, coworkers, and others in the community. Here we use the terms family member and caregiver interchangeably to refer to someone giving emotional, financial, or practical support to a person with a mental health condition. Whether you're providing a lot of assistance or very little, the information here can help you better understand the issues that you might face.
Support lets you know “YOU ARE NOT ALONE” and it gives you the opportunity to express your feelings without fear of judgment. You have the opportunity to make new friends, learn new skills, share your coping skills, and learn of new developments in the mental health field.
Join us, July 21, 2020, every Tuesday night from 7 pm - 8:30 pm EST via ZOOM in the comfort of your own home.
Support group meetings are free. Registration required.
Complete the registration form below.