Meet with others living with suicide grief.
Group facilitator: Caroline Loo
This group runs at the Loss and Grief Centre Invercargill from 5.00pm – 6.00pm on the last Tuesday of every month (sometimes varies).
For details contact the Invercargill Grief Centre.
GROW Mental Health offers a supportive environment to help those who struggle to live well in the world. We are a community mental health movement with groups suitable for people recovering from mental illness, anyone suffering a crisis, and for those who need support to self-manage their daily lives. We offer friendship and support at weekly group meetings that are open to all. The meetings follow a routine format and embrace a 12-step program.
The GROW Mental Health community are people who have been in your shoes and know how you feel. We have found our way back to wholeness and our passion is to help you do the same. No referrals are required, no fees are charged, however a small donation to meet group expenses is usual and voluntary.
Waves is an eight week programme that aims to support adults 18+ years old who have been bereaved by suicide.
Dates TBC. To register interest in attending or for more information, contact Able Southern Family Support.
The Life Matters Suicide Bereavement Group meets first Tuesday each month (except in January) at 5.30pm in Dunedin at the Hope Centre.
We also host an online support group called Life Matters Bereavement Support Group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/718945024850905/ and we can be contacted via Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/LifeMattersOtago or website http://lifematters.org.nz/
We also have coffee groups and meet whenever the need arises.
A service that provides support for adults with experience of mental distress. We have traditionally supported people with bipolar disorder and continue to do so. We offer peer support, advocacy, education and information.Phone: 03 477 2598 or toll free 0800 364 462
Support services for people recovering from mental illness, including day centres, supported accommodation, respite, peer support and advocacy.View website
Volunteering Otago’s Supported Volunteering Programme. We support people in the recovery phase to explore volunteering as a means of re-establishing routines, goals and social connection.