This group offers mentoring to Grandparents caring for a grandchild or grandchildren, due to substance misuse, addiction, and/or mental health needs of the child's parent(s).
First Tuesday of the Month
Recommended donation of $10, pay what you can
The Grandparent's group is a community of people that have stepped in to take care of grandchildren due to the parent's substance use or mental health issues. The group fosters connections between individuals facing similar obstacles, and helps them navigate barriers to needed resources. The group meets on a monthly basis and the topics of discussion are member driven.
You're not alone in this process. Meet and learn from others who've been there too.
Skip the church basement and meet from the comfort of your couch at home.
Only pay for the value you receive from the groups, nothing else.
All groups are moderated by trained healthcare providers, so you can trust the information being shared.
WHO THIS GROUP IS FOR
Any grandparent, relative, or close friend who is caring for a child/adolescent who is not in the care of their biological parent(s) as a result of substance misuse, addiction, and/or mental health needs.
WHAT YOU'LL GET
The opportunity to process and gain support from a group of individuals facing similar obstacles
The ability to freely discuss and strategize around visitation, co-parenting, and child care
The support needed to process feelings connected with your view of the biological parents
The ability to connect with outside resources to meet your needs
When I work with clients, I focus on building up the positives in their lives, regardless of their starting point. I aim to be approachable and supportive and use my training and community connections to serve the client’s needs, whatever those may be. Whether you’re looking for situational support, or long-term care, I can work with you based on your goals and objectives. I specialize in working with families, ranging from grandparents to young adults. Regardless of your situation I hope to help you navigate challenges, cope with every day life, and learn to thrive.