11:00-12:00 Peer Music Group, playing a variety of instruments and styles.
10:30-11:30 Men’s Group
(Support Group) to discuss many things, including mental and physical health.
12:00-1:00 Identity Diversity (Support Group) A supportive and nurturing environment for people struggling with personal identity issues and the hurdles to becoming who they are.
12:30-2:30 – Creative
A constructive weekly workshop to support writers of all skill levels on new and ongoing projects.
10:30-12:00 Recovery, Goals, and Life Skills
A focused group to support folks to succeed at the goals they set for themselves including looking at our triggers and our addictions and ways to break the cycle.
12:30-2:00 Diagnosis with Dignity (Support Group) for individuals that are struggling with the ups and downs of their mental health
(3rd Wednesday of each month Family Members included) –
Co-Occurring (Support Group)
an open and safe support group dealing with addition issues along with mental health and emotional challenges
1:30-2:30 Games or Movie
Come play games or watch a movie! Movies will sometimes be educational, other times for fun.
10:30-11:30 Anxiety & Depression (Support Group)
12:00-1:00 - Women’s Group
(support Group) for women to encourage open and honest discussions and to develop friendship and support
1:15-2:30 – Gentle Yoga
Come home to yourself in this easy, no-pressure yoga class. Half active, half restorative with mindfulness practice to guide you gently back to your center.
Tuesday - Saturday
Food Pantry Access
(1 bag per family) – Please register to be eligible
Beading for Wellness
A group where people come together to support each other on their journey, while reaping the benefits of producing something beautiful with their own hands.
A group where folks come together with a common vision to create art together.
Advanced Peer Support 101 - A 8-week class plus an internship that helps people develop the skills of Peer Support to not only help themselves, but to help others negotiate the ups and downs of mental health challenges that they encounter.
WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Plan) - An 8-week course where you will learn tools to help prevent and decrease intrusive and troubling feelings and behavior. An evidence-based practice developed by Mary Ellen Copeland, which has had tremendous results.