Sib Club: Sibling Support Group

Published on Friday, 3/14/2014 2:27 pm | by Inclusive and Adaptive Recreation | Automatically Archived on 6/20/2014

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SIB CLUB: SUPPORTING SIBLINGS

When a brother or sister has mental health challenges, there siblings are at risk. This support group will allow siblings of children with mental health issues to kick back, relax an have some fun with other siblings that are expe-riencing similar life situations. The club is funded by the Department of Mental Health and will focus on helping the self-esteem and resili-ency of the sibling to better the relationship between the sibling and the brother or sister with mental health issues. The group will meet every other week and will eat pizza, share stories, journal, play games, do arts & crafts, and in general laugh a lot together.

DAY: Tuesday

TIME: 6:00-7:30PM

DATES: May 6-June 17

DURATION: 4 weeks

AGE: 6 – 12

COST: FREE

WHERE: FCC Room 1

Facilitated by Ann Killion M.S. & Kristin Brock, MSW Wayside Youth and Family Services

 

 

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