SUPPORT GROUP & WORKSHOP INFORMATION
Why participate in support groups or workshops?
Peer support groups can be a valuable part of the healing process for many victims/survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence. Participants can find strength, support, and validation by connecting with one another in a safe and confidential environment. Groups promote self-empowerment, reduce isolation, and provide a space to build on existing strengths.
Support groups are facilitated by trauma-informed, confidential advocates and all groups are free of charge.
How do I register and join?
Call the HAVEN hotline at 603-994-7233 or email email@example.com.
What if the group or workshop I want isn’t currently available?
If the group that interests you is not currently available, please call the HAVEN hotline at 603-994-7233, indicate which group you are interested in, and ask to be called back when it is next scheduled.
HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS WORKSHOP
February 2021: Wednesday, Feb. 24th from 6pm-8pm
HAVEN’s Healthy Relationship Virtual Workshop helps survivors to identify what factors make a relationship healthy vs. unhealthy. Together as a group, you will examine ideals and norms, and learn tools to help navigate the creation of one’s own healthy boundaries and self-awareness in all of their relationships. HAVEN’s Healthy Relationship Support Group is intended for adults who have experienced intimate partner violence, sexual assault, stalking and/or human trafficking. The facilitators are cultivating an environment that will be safe and confidential to share in while also mitigating the risk of participants retraumatizing themselves and each other.
To register: please email firstname.lastname@example.org to fill out an interest form.
March 2021: Tuesday, March 23rd from 6pm-8pm
The Virtual Parenting Workshop will be focused around trauma in children of all ages. This support group will focus on topics such as; identifying signs and symptoms of trauma, learning how to respond when one notices signs and symptoms of trauma in their child, and additional resources for parents to utilize post-workshop. The Parenting Support is intended for parents or caregivers of a child, teen or young adult that has experienced intimate partner violence, sexual assault, stalking. The facilitators are cultivating an environment that will be safe and confidential to share in while also mitigating the risk of participants retraumatizing themselves and each other.