DESCRIPTIONS OF SUPPORT GROUPS AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Smart Recovery Group: Self-Management and Recovery Training (SMART) helps individuals gain independence from addictive problems (involving substances or activities). Our approach incorporates tools based on evidence-based addiction treatments, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing.
Weekend Warriors: The weekend is coming. This group looks at getting some positive ideas and or setting some positive goals to occupy time over the weekend instead of feeling isolated or stuck. Go into your weekend on a positive note.
Recovery 101: It’s Sunday afternoon, what are you going to do? If you are looking for a safe, substance free, zone where you can get or offer support, then this group may be just what you are looking for. We learn about recovery and share from our experiences in a positive environment.
Beyond Your Diagnosis: Living with a mental health condition can be very difficult. There can be many emotions and stigma tied to it. Our brain is an organ, so we live with the symptoms of a PHYSICAL health condition. We are NOT our diagnosis. There is hope and life beyond our diagnosis. Participants will discuss moving forward in their lives.
Jump Start Your Day: Begin your day in a positive way. People who struggle with mental illnesses often have a difficult time motivating due to lack of energy. Come and get a good start to your day.
The Wise-Self: Mental health support group that increases the participants awareness of their inner self. We learn how to identify emotions. As a group, in a supportive environment, we share ideas on how to cope with these emotions.
The Weekend In Review: How was your weekend? In this group we decompress from our weekend through conversation.
Down The Rabbit Hole: We look inside ourselves to see how we perceive and process our own positive and negative experiences. Learn how others, who have had similar experiences have viewed and processed their experiences.
Explore Your Peace: Temporarily canceled. Appreciating the spiritual paths of others whether it is church attendance or repairing a motorcycle. It is a joy to find our passion and spirit in recovery. We also look at different cultural beliefs.
Friday Morning Devotion: Explore a bible verse to help you with your life.
Healing Through Literature: Learn about how literature can help you heal. Read and write short stories and poetry.
Veterans In Recovery: Supportive educational group for Veterans regarding substance use and behavioral health issues. Seating is limited, please call Gail to reserve your seat. (920) 932-1763.
Mental Health And Life Skills: Taught by Jen, a Curative Connections Home and Community member. This interactive, informative, and fun class focuses on topics based on what the class is interested in learning that day. These topics relate to the world when dealing with mental health disorders and/or addiction recovery. They range from learning about actual disorders, coping sills, and skills used in daily living.
Borderline Personality Group: This group’s focus is specific to individuals living with Borderline Personality Disorder. We explore healthy ways to cope with the ups and downs of living with this disorder such as relationship issues, self-harm, feelings of loneliness and emptiness, distorted self-image and more.