Weekly Support Groups
Domestic Violence Support Group
Open to shelter residents and survivors not staying in the shelter providing educational information about domestic violence, trauma and how it impacts survivors. Skills taught include improving self worth, coping skills, and processing feelings such as anger, fear, guilt and shame. Participants share experiences, learn from and support one another while exploring safe options to future challenges. Contact Camille or Karen for details about participation. #906-226-6611.
Open to children who are residents of Harbor House and to children whose parents are attending the Domestic Violence Support Group. Provides children an opportunity to learn how to cope with the feelings they have about the violence they have witnessed and endured. Skills include building self worth, how to stay safe by creating a safety plan, developing problem solving skills and non-violent alternatives, and understanding it is not their fault. Contact Emilee or Jesse about attending the group. #906-226-6611
Get Up and Go Group
Open to shelter residents and survivors not staying in the shelter offering participants life skills and teaching self-reliance and empowerment. Some of the Skills taught include financial, nutrition, self-care, parenting, relationships, budgeting and self-esteem. For more information about the group contact Becky #906-225-1346 or Paloma #906-226-6611
Safe and Sober Support Group
Open to shelter residents and survivors not staying in the shelter. A group for women in recovery who are also survivors of domestic violence. For more information contact Camille 906-226-6611
Circle of Hope (for adult women survivors of sexual assault and rape)
The Women’s Center is starting our new educational support group, Circle of Hope, for adult women survivors of rape and sexual assault this summer. Please contact our office (906)225-1346 if you are interested in attending this free and confidential six-week group.