Bulletin Board - Support Groups
|EAC Alternatives for Youth||
EAC Network's Alternatives for Youth Program is here to help parent's with issues they might be facing.
See flyer for details and registration.
|Good Shepherd Hospice - Connections - Child and Family Bereavement Support Program in English||
Good Shepherd Hospice is hosting a Child and Family Bereavement Support Program- CONNECTIONS
Click here to see flyer for more details on how to register for the program.
|Alzheimer’s Disease Caregiver Telephone Support Group||
The Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care and Rehabilitation is offering a telephone support group for Alzheimer Disease Caregivers.
Please register here to join the support group. They meet by telephone every:
Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 10:00 am- 11:00 am, as well as Saturday from 9:30 am- 10:30 am.
The call in number and passcode are listed below, as it is the same or all telephone support groups.
Call in number: 917-962-0650
Pass code: 713896
|Huntington Opportunity Resource Center||
The Huntington Opportunity Resource Center’s mission is to serve as a conduit for economic success. Our top three priorities are job preparedness, job readiness, and the development of life skills. Through the facilitation of information and services, we at the Huntington Opportunity Resource Center expect that empowering residents, small businesses and entrepreneurs alike is a sound investment towards a better and stronger Huntington.
HORC offers Free Computer and Internet access, Access to TASC Class, Job Listings, Information and Referral Services, Resume Preparation, Employment Assistance, Vocational Training Referral Information, Community Not-for Profit Agency Listings, Free Workshops and Seminars offered by professionals, On-site Human Services Professionals, Job Fairs and Recruitments.
Please attached flyer for more information
|Need Someone to Speak to About Caregiving? Try a Support Group||
|Joseph P. Dwyer - Veterans Peer Support Group||
We will also continue to serve the community through outreach at the following Suffolk County libraries:
*** See the library's website for information on the month and day Dwyer Project staff will be on site with a resource table.
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|AFA's Young-Onse Support Group||
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|Association for Mental Health and Wellness - Healing Connections Peer Support Groups||
Healing Connections Peer Support Groups are:
Facilitators, who are they and why?
Please see attached flyers.
support Contact: Healing Connection Peer Support Groups
631-471-7242 ext. 1390
|Family in Support of Treatment (F.I.S.T.) - Family Support Group||
Family Support Group
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
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|Families in Support of Treatment Bereavement Group||
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