Virtual Support Group for Caregivers
What: A caregiver is someone who provides care to a person in their family, a loved one, or someone in the community. Caregivers contribute so much to helping others, yet often their own emotional and mental health needs are left unchecked. This support group is intended to help caregivers replenish their own stores of energy and vitality to better serve the people in their care. This group is facilitated by two supervised advanced Master’s level counseling interns who will provide information each week on self-care, resources on mental health, and more.
Who: Anyone who lives in Idaho and cares (or cared) for someone else. Examples include a spouse caring for their loved one with a chronic health condition like dementia, cancer, or diabetes; a parent caring for their child with a disability, or an adult child that provides support for their parent.
When: 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays beginning September 15
Where: Online through The Counseling Center at Tree City Church’s secure telehealth platform. Requirements: a computer, laptop or tablet with a camera and microphone; stable internet or broadband; a notepad and pen.
Cost: Free. Registration is open and required to obtain the meeting link.
How: Reserve your spot for the next meeting by calling (208) 378-0014.
Caregiver Support Group Fall 2021