Life Line Group
You?re not alone
You?re not alone
Losing a friend or loved one leaves an empty space in your heart and soul. Our group of individuals have all experienced that loss. In their grief, they have experienced feelings of anger, abandonment, guilt, deep sadness and more. Yet, with support and understanding, they have found Hope. Come join others who have walked the path you are on. They understand your heartache and will offer support on the road to healing. If you or someone you know needs support, please call 970.925.5858 for more information.
Facilitated by Janet Gordon, Med, LPC
This group is open to teens in the Roaring Fork Valley and will meet the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month at Carbondale Branch Library, from 4:30-6pm.
Educators, professionals and counselors from around the state will be visiting as guests to discuss their paths in life and provide mature, honest discussion that can assist with confusion and self discovery. Teens who attend will choose topics to talk about, projects to work on the in the community and have the safe space needed to learn about others, ask questions and discover who they are inside and out.
Give and Get Hope!
A support group for anyone who has lost a loved one to suicide, struggling or in need of support. We encourage those to join to give hope and share your story. We meet once a month on the first Monday of each month at the Basalt Library Community Room at 6:30pm.
A Social Group for New Moms
Looking for a chance to connect with other moms who?ve ?been there, done that? and will really understand? Join us for Mommy Matters, a social group for new moms and their babies! Mommy Matters gathers twice a month in Basalt and provides a chance for new mothers from up and down the valley to relax and socialize with other moms and their little ones. Join us for a little downtime and discussion.
Share your favorite ?tricks of the trade,? laugh about the absurdities that are a normal part of parenthood, get support for those challenging times, find answers to those burning questions, discover easily accessible and practical resources for new parents, and learn about local, child-friendly activities that are good for baby?s development and fun, too!
Mommy Matters is sponsored by the Aspen Hope Center and is facilitated by Mia Wilson, a licensed psychotherapist.
Mia serves children, teens, adults and parents in her private practice and also works as an early childhood consultant. In addition, she is also a mom!
For more information or to get on the email list, call Mia at 970.618.8660. Cost is by donation and all proceeds support the Aspen Hope Center.