Free Support Groups
Confidant Virtual Groups are a confidential place to learn and find support. Groups are led by trained facilitators and clinical experts.
Living a Sober Life
This group is focused on supporting individuals in living their best lives while embracing sobriety.Join
This group offers mentoring to those caring for a child or children not in the care of their biological parent(s), due to substance misuse and/or mental health needs.Join
Healthier Habits Group
Learn strategies to solidify healthier habits and change behaviors.Join
Grief Drop-In Group
Grief is normal in the face of loss. Get support in processing grief, learn about the stages of grief, and connect with others in a safe space. The stages of grief are: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.Join
Confidant Cares Family & Friends Group
Individuals caring for someone with addiction need support too. Credentialed addiction professionals facilitate therapeutic discussions among care givers and provide guidance and education.Join
Opioid Overdose Training
Learn how to respond to and reverse an opioid overdose with naloxone.Join
We’ve been in your shoes, so you don’t have to walk alone.
No matter what you’re going through, we can relate. You might need unbias information, a community of support, or a sounding board. Confidant offers groups all of kinds to meet the varying needs of our community. This includes groups focused on all ranges of the drug use and addiction spectrum, focused on different mental health conditions, different family roles, and more. Some groups are for those working to maintain abstinence while others support harm reduction, both are facilitated by certified professionals.
Some groups are more “drop-in” hours while others are one-time trainings, and some become a community of support. Groups are always changing, but if you don’t see a group that fits what you’re looking for let us know, we can start one!.