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Support groups are a popular and helpful tool available when challenges in life become more than one person can handle. In order to have a better, more comprehensive understanding of the services these groups offer, we must first understand the important terms associated with this type of therapy. Below are various types of groups you may find with when searching for a support group.

  • Cancer Support Group - Cancer support groups provide a setting in which cancer sufferers can share their experiences with those in similar situations.
  • Divorce Support Group - Divorce support groups assist recently separated singles with coping with divorce. It is usually an open forum by which individuals can share experiences. Divorce support groups can also involve group activities outside of the support group venue.
  • Addiction Support Group - Addiction support groups are often mediated by a certified drug and alcohol counselor or licensed psychotherapist. It is a setting by which those addicted to drugs or alcohol can discuss their mental or physical illnesses and receive group or individual support
  • Parent Support Group - Parental support groups offer a setting by which new and experienced parents can converge to share ideas, challenges, and stories about child rearing. Some parental support groups are offered as open online forums where parents can post questions and thereby receive answers and online support.
  • Online Support Group - An online support group is either an open or mediated internet forum where people share their experiences, request information, and offer sympathy and assistance to those in need. Online support groups cover many topics from mental health issues and general life skills to sleeping and eating disorders.
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    Addiction Life Recovery Center
    500 E 4th St #262, Austin, TX 78701
    Each client is assessed during the intake period at Addiction Life Recovery Center, where the most efficient and most advantageous treatment programs is determined.
    (512) 256-4944
    DBSA Bexar County
    4623 Lord Road, San Antonio, TX 78220
    We are a free recovery support group for persons of any age with mental or emotional problems. Meetings every are every week. We have the highest recovery percentage in town.
    (210) 262-2596
    My Healing Place
    8401 Shoal Creek Blvd Ste 102, Austin, TX 78757
    (512) 472-7878
    for The Love of Christi
    2306 Hancock Dr, Austin, TX 78756
    (512) 467-2600
    Capital Area Parkinsons Society
    1130 Camino La Costa, Austin, TX 78752
    (512) 371-3373
    Valerie Lyon, LPC, C.Ht.
    2525 Wallingwood Dr, Austin, TX 78746
    (830) 433-7883
    My Healing Place
    405 W 22nd St, Austin, TX 78705
    (512) 472-7878
    Down Syndrome Association
    Austin, TX 78763
    (512) 323-0808
    for The Love of Christi
    805 W University Ave Ste C, Georgetown, TX 78626
    (512) 591-7440
    Look Up and Live Domestic Violence Support Group
    Killeen, TX 76544
    (254) 680-5483
    Centers for Children & Families Post Adoption Supp
    Seguin, TX 78156
    (830) 401-0331
    New Creation Christian Fellowship
    8700 Fourwinds Dr, San Antonio, TX 78239
    (210) 646-7997
    Thomas Paige/Mower Counseling & Consulting
    8930 Fourwinds Dr, San Antonio, TX 78239
    (210) 324-1069
    Callies Arlington
    15 Thornhurst, San Antonio, TX 78218
    (210) 822-8652
    Administrative Support Group Inc
    7330 San Pedro Ave, San Antonio, TX 78216
    (210) 979-8339


    When people are going through a tough time, whether they have suffered the loss of a loved one or need help losing weight, they need the support and love of others to carry them through. Support groups provide that nurturing encouragement that so many people crave. They are often led by counselors skilled in areas like addiction, health care, psychology, sociology, and anxiety. Where can one find a support group? If you are looking for a support group near you, check your local library, town hall, newspaper, post office, or school–anywhere that may have postings of support groups in your community. Your doctor may also be able to recommend a particular group for recovery. Support groups of all kinds, from family and marriage groups to groups comprised of couples and individuals, typically meet in schools, town offices, libraries, and churches. They may meet weekly or monthly, depending on the health needs and issues of the group. Parents who have suffered the death of a loved one, such as a child, may need to be with others in a similar situation, to draw on that support and lean on a network of peers to work through their grief and mental issues. Others may be ill, whether from addiction to drugs and alcohol or from a chronic disease. They may also need the counseling and therapy that support groups can provide in life. Many of these support groups are often backed by a local or national organization, such as AA. Licensed counselors and therapy professionals are usually at the forefront of each meeting to lead the sessions. But support groups don't always need a counselor on hand. It can be as simple as a few people in a room telling their stories, whether their problems stem from divorce, depression, psychological disorders, or marriage difficulties.
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