The Young Adult Support Group
Young Adults healing together through their grief.
The Young Adult Support Group brings together young adults to heal through their grief.
Just about every young adult grieves the loss of a loved one, or knows someone who does. Covid-19 related disappointments, an abnormal college experience, job loss, and social media drama only compound the challenge. Sometimes, finding genuine support is hard as the pains encountered by a young adult are often diminished by older generations and overlooked in social circles.
The Young Adult Grief Support Group from Healing Hearts offers you a source of genuine understanding and support in a seemingly uncaring world:
- Discover others your age who also understand the challenge of loss and care about your well-being.
- Feel relief when sharing your emotional pain in a safe circle of people, free of judgement or blame.
- Experience reward as you contribute to help support others like you who are hurting, too.
- Learn, heal and grow through your grief in a proud and meaningful way.
Group programs are structured, reliable and led by trained, young adult facilitators.
For over a decade Healing Hearts of Waukesha County has served and supported groups for those who grieve a loss.
All group programs are FREE OF CHARGE to attendees.
Group Meeting Dates and Times
Young Adult Peer Support
Every other Thursday, starting February 25, 2021
JOIN YOUR GROUP AT ANY POINT
See what Young Adults say about their Peer Support Group:
- “It’s great to find people who care.”
- “It’s been really helpful to be able to have this time to talk with people in similar situations. Not everyone in your life knows what you are dealing with.”
- “I like knowing that just sharing my own story sometimes helps someone else in my group.”
Join your group meetings with ZOOM!
Healing Hearts Peer Group meetings are conducted through ZOOM video conferencing so you can attend from the convenience and safety of your home
ZOOM operates through a smart phone, tablet or computer.
Have no fear if you’ve never joined a ZOOM meeting. They are very easy to attend. Plus, there are often many first-timers in the support groups and all are very understanding and cooperative with any confusion or questions.