Support Groups & Services
CRUSH Recovery Community Center
Family & Friends Support Group
This discussion-based group is open to anyone dealing with a substance use disorder of any type and at any stage of their recovery. Friends, family, and community members that have been impacted are also welcome.
-Every first and third Wednesday of the month at 6 PM
Creative Coping Skills Support Group
-Tuesdays at 7 PM
Repairing Relationships Support Group
Learn about how each of us has many facets and influences regarding our behavior. We have been conditioned in our developmental years to react or respond in certain ways. Each of us has developed a personality and often, without being aware of it, our reactions are the result of the way our brain has learned to react.
-Mondays 6-7:30 PM
Foundation 2 Crisis Services
(Before attending for the first time, we ask that you please call the group facilitator, Nancy Oehlert, at 319-362-2174 for the most up-to-date information on meeting times and more.)
Suicide Survivors Bereavement
When you lose someone to suicide, you may find that it is the kind of death, and grief, that most people are very uncomfortable talking about. This group at Foundation 2 will help you put aside that discomfort to get the help you need.
The group is open to spouses, brothers or sisters, parents, adult children, or friends of suicide victims. Survivors at any stage of their grieving process are welcome.
-Meets on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month, 6-7:30 p.m.
Families/Friends of Suicide Loss Support Group
This group offers a safe, confidential support group to family/friends or ANYONE who has lost someone to suicide. The church is the facility that hosts this group and its only role is to provide the building – all persons of every faith and non-faith are welcome. Cost is free. This group is open to individuals ages 18 and up.
-1st Monday of the month from 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Suicide Attempt Survivors
If you struggle with current or recent thoughts of suicide, this structured group will connect you to others and provide you with skills and tools to stay safe.
The group’s facilitators are a licensed therapist, and a suicide attempt survivor with training in group facilitation. Prospective group members need to complete an intake interview with the therapist to see if the group goals and format are a good fit for them.
-This is a small (6-8) person group that meets once a week for 8 weeks on Wednesday evenings. In order to make an appointment for the intake interview, please call Dennis Dozier at 319-261-0976 and leave a message or email at email@example.com.
Group therapy and 12-step programs have been helping people get, and stay, sober for decades. These groups are held every day, everywhere. Find support groups in your own community now, and get the help you need to maintain a happy, healthy, and sober lifestyle.
Al-Anon Family Groups
Al-Anon and Alateen groups are for those who are worried about someone with a drinking problem. Use the meeting finder to find a virtual or in-person meeting near you.
The Parent Partner (mentor) is a key strategy to improving practice with families, but it cannot stand alone. Parent Partners network within communities and collaborate with social workers and providers to meet the needs of families, assist in policy and program development, change perceptions in communities, and facilitate trainings and learning opportunities.
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