On Hiatus Until Late Spring
positive, mental health focused social support group
WHEN: On Hiatus until late spring.
WHERE: Grand Rapids Pride Center, 343 Atlas Ave SE, Grand Rapids MI 49506
- Would you like to learn techniques to build a stronger, healthier, and happier you?
- Do you need a place where you can be you, with no exceptions and no explanations needed?
- Would you like to discuss topics such as everyday struggles, coping and stress release techniques, coming out, and uncluttering your life?
Join us for Grand Rapids Pride Center’s non-therapeutic social group LGBTQ+ME, dedicated to providing individuals with the opportunity to share experiences and support in a safe, confidential, and non-judgmental environment. Group facilitators that have both personal and professional experience with mental health will help guide the conversation. For individuals 18 years of age and older.
Are allies welcome? No. We ask that only those who identify as LGBTQ attend LGBTQ+ME as this is a safe space with no pressure on group members to educate others about their identities or experiences.
For more information, please call: 616-458-3511 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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