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. HAVEN’s safe and confidential environment allows survivors to focus on healing. These 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.
Peer Support for Survivors
Date: Thursdays, January 20th- February 24th
Time: 12pm to 1pm
Location: Virtual on Zoom
Looking for support? Come join HAVEN’s Peer Support Group to talk to other survivors and move forward together. In this program, survivors will share resources, learn new coping skills, and encourage one another in the healing process.
This group is for adults who have experienced intimate partner abuse, sexual violence, stalking, and/or human trafficking.
Registration: For more information or to register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, call our Hotline at 603-994-7233 to speak with an advocate or “chat now“.
Self-care and Mindfulness Workshop
Date: Tuesday, December 14th
Time: 6pm to 8pm
Location: Virtual on Zoom
For many of us, the holidays are a stressful time. Around this time of year, we often focus much of our energy on taking care of other people and, sometimes, we don’t get that energy back. Whether this is true for you or if you’re just looking for some tools to help care more deeply for yourself, please join us for a workshop in which we turn the focus back on you.
In this workshop, we’ll try to break down that elusive concept of self-care. What does it mean? How do I do it? We’ll do this with an added focus on mindfulness, the ability to be fully present in oneself and to be able to identify specific feelings and emotions within your mind and your body.
This workshop is intended for adults who have experienced intimate partner violence, sexual violence, stalking, and/or human trafficking.