Support Groups

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To join a Support Group, please contact us:
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Peer Support for Mental Health

Peer-led support group open to adults living with mental health concerns or symptoms of mental illness. Group is led by a facilitator with firsthand experience living with mental health concerns.

Meets every Tuesday beginning June 4, 2024
1:00 – 2:30pm

Glencoe, Minnesota

“Hello, I’m Frank, and I’ve been navigating the challenges of Bipolar Type 1 since 1985.

In 2014, fresh out of a treatment center and unable to find local support, I took the initiative to start running support groups. Witnessing the transformational impact of peer-led support, I became determined to provide a safe and understanding space for others facing similar struggles.

As a certified peer support specialist, I’ve dedicated myself to empowering individuals on their mental health journeys. Currently, I’m pursuing further qualifications as a mental health coach, eager to expand my ability to assist others in achieving their goals. I’m excited about the opportunity to launch the new 2B CONTINUED Mental Health Support Group, where we can come together, share our experiences, and support each other on our paths to recovery and resilience.”

Suicide Loss Bereavement Support Group

Our Suicide Loss Bereavement Support Group is a supportive and safe environment for adult suicide loss survivors to share and connect with others who have also experienced the loss of a loved one to suicide. We have come to find, many who have lost a loved one to suicide focus their energy in ways that can positively affect oneself and surrounding communities. Through their personal loss and grief, their survival story becomes a guiding light for those with similar struggles.

2nd Monday of the Month
7:00 – 8:30pm

Glencoe, Minnesota

In 2019, Brooke Dingels’ mental health awareness heightened after losing her father to suicide. Brooke believes sharing her story can bring awareness of the impact, at any stage of life, even for someone hiding behind a smile. Starting the conversation and talking about it can open the door to new beginnings!

Brooke serves on the 2B CONTINUED Board of Directors. Brook and her husband, Casey, reside outside of Norwood with their 3 sons. For the past 18 years, she has worked within the Ridgeview organization. As an RN, she has always promoted advocacy and support for one’s wellbeing.

A Road to Hope

We’ve put together Bereavement Support Packets, which are available through local funeral homes or by contacting us.

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Together, we can change the way we approach mental health and suicide prevention. Sign up to stay in the loop on events, best practices on how to have supportive conversations, and tips on how to help those who may be struggling.

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IN CRISIS? Call or Text the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 988 or Chat with a trained licensed counselor.
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