Our recovery & support programs are designed to assist you to develop a healthier lifestyle. Support groups meet weekly and for periods of 8 to 13 weeks or more. Contact us if you are interested in registering for our next meeting or have any questions/comments.
A support group and class-based program for people struggling with issues of anger. Please click on the title for a link to the program's brochure.
Winter/Spring 2019 Dates:
Feb 25, March 4, 18, 25 and April 1, 8, 15
A peer support group that shares knowledge, resources and information in a supportive, confidential environment to help alleviate & overcome the symptoms of your mood disorder. Meets weekly. Please click on the title for a link to the program's brochure.
Emotional Rescue for Youth
Similar to the adult Emotional Rescue group, we have a peer support group for TEENS that shares knowledge, resources and information in a supportive, confidential environment to help alleviate & overcome the symptoms of your mood disorder.
The GriefShare program is a Biblically-based, Christ-centered healing ministry running every Monday night at Northridge. It is a seminar & support group assisting people struggling with the death of someone close.
Grief Share Schedule Fall 2018/Winter 2019
Mondays, 7:00-9:00 pm
October 22 Week 1
October 29 Week 2
November 5 Week 3
November 12 Week 4
November 19 Surviving the Holidays special session
November 26 Week 5
December 3 Week 6
December 10 Week
December 17-31 No Grief Share
January 7 Week 8
January 14 Week 9
January 21 Week 10
January 28 Week 11
February 4 Week 12
February 11 Week 13
Connect with others who are interested in learning more about natural strategies that help to heal strong and stay strong. We cover topics on diet, detoxification, supplementation, emotional health and well-being. Meetings are every 2nd Monday each month at 7:00pm. Please click on the title for a link to the program's brochure. For more information, please visit www.healingstrong.org.
Recovering Couples Anonymous
Recovering Couples Anonymous is a Twelve-Step fellowship founded in 1988. Our primary purpose is to stay committed in loving and intimate relationships and to help other couples achieve freedom from addicted and destructive relationships. By using the tools of the program, we take individual responsibility for the well-being of our relationship, build new intimacy, and find joy with each other. This is a form of "Marriage Maintenance" that encourages and supports healthy interactions on this coupleship journey. For more information, please visit www.recovering-couples.org. Group meets every Friday at 7pm.