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South Carolina Divorce Support Groups

You're having a rough time handling your separation or divorce. Your family and friends are naturally sympathetic. Initially that's ok, but eventually you are going to want or need more support than that. You may choose to seek therapy, and that's a good option. Sometimes you may need just to talk to someone who is in the same situation as you. Your answer might be with a support group. Various organizations have support groups for separated and divorced people. Some are religious, others are non sectarian. Some are social, others are emotional. These groups can be a good place to find support, compassion and companionship from people who know first hand what you're going through. One word of caution concerning support groups, they are not therapists, and everybody's situation is different. They should be there to offer support, not advice. Always get your advice from an attorney.


Travelers Rest Divorce Support Groups
DivorceCare & DivorceCare for Kids Renfrew Baptist Church
951 Geer Hiway
Travelers Rest, SC 29690
(864)834-4200

Sundays evenings at 6:00-p.m-Biblicly based groups that help to heal broken hearts and deal with the loss. Caring people who have experienced the same losses lead these groups . Small fee but sponsorship availabe if needed

Contact: Nancy Gilbert or Robin Barron             Visit Website
West Columbia Divorce Support Groups
Growing Through Divorce Support Group
3050 Leaphart Road
West Columbia, SC 29169
(803)794-8273

To assist people who are approaching divorce or who have divorced, a support group will begin on Thursday, May 18 and continue for 7 consecutive Thursday nights through June 29 (6:30 to 8:00 p.m.). The sessions allow people to begin letting go of painful feelings and to affirm a new sense of self worth. Friendships are developed in a supportive environment. The leader is very experienced in leading divorce support groups based in churches and open to the community. Topics for discussion come from Jim Smoke’s book, Growing Through Divorce. A $15 fee is payable to MHUMC at the first session when books will be distributed. Open to the community, pre-registration is necessary and on a first come, first served basis until the group is filled. Register your interest with MHUMC staff person, Leigh Curry or Nicole Campbell by May 7. Phone: 794-8273 or e-mail office@mthebronumb.com. The group leader will then contact you personally to confirm your participation and answer all questions.

Contact: Leigh Curry or Nicole Campbell             Visit Website
West Columbia Divorce Support Groups
DivorceCare
1303 Sunset Blvd.
West Columbia, SC 29169
(803)926-3022

DivorceCare is a 13 week support group that is held on Sunday nights, beginning February 11. Each session runs from 6:00 - 7:30PM and includes a 30-40 minute video, facilitated discussion and review of workbook materials and daily study that goes with the video series. Whether you are newly separated or have been divorced for many years, if you need healing, I encourage you to come to this series. You can become a part of this support group by calling (803)926-3022.

Contact: Debra L Douglas             Visit Website
Columbia Divorce Support Groups
DivorceCare, Spring Valley Baptist Church
90 Polo Road
Columbia, SC 29223
(803)260-0530

Wednesday nights beginning September 3, 2008 for 13 weeks, 6-7:15 pm; DVD led support group with important Seminar Topics such as "Facing My Anger", "Financial Survival" and "Forgiveness". You can join us at any time during the 13 weeks. So, come when you can. Call our Church Office (803-736-0624) or Director/Facilitator Glenda Queen (803-260-0530) for more info!

Contact: Glenda Queen             Visit Website
Columbia Divorce Support Groups
Growing Through Divorce Support Group
3407 Devine St.
Columbia, SC 29205
(803)917-6861

Growing though Divorce Support Group at Shandon U. Methodist. Open to the community. The discussions help people let go of painful feelings and affirm a new sense of self worth. A new group begins on Jan. 21 and lasts for 8 Thursday nights (6:30-8:00 p.m.). In October a new group will begin. Pre-registration is necessary with Anne Cox: 803-917-6861 or anne41450@aol.com

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Florence Divorce Support Groups
DivorceCare @ PSCOG
3132 W. Palmetto St.
Florence, SC 29501
(843)665-0171

DivorceCare Divorce recovery support group meets on Tuesday evenings 7-9pm.Find this group they will listen and help you through this difficult time. DivorceCare Session BeginsSeptember 09, 2008 at 7pm. Please contact the church office for more information

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Greenville Divorce Support Groups
DivorceCare
2416 Wade Hampton Blvd
Greenville, SC
(864)244-2621

This support group meets every Wednesday night at 7:00 P.M. at Christian Assembly of God, 2416 Wade Hampton Blvd., Greenville, SC. This class involves a contemporary video series and a lot of interactive conversation between people. The course of study can be started at any time, but the series takes approximately 16 weeks to complete. There is a minimal charge for a resource book. The support group seeks to explain the reasons for divorce, give suggestions on coping with the heartache, find healing and restoration to go on with life and provide information on restoration that, in some cases, means complete reconciliation with a former mate. The group is encouraging and challenging and offers the greatest hope available today to deal with Divorce and it's related heartaches and complications. Call 864-244-2621 for more information.

Contact: Mark or Glenda White            
Greenville Divorce Support Groups
Reaching Adults in Pain
208 Blacks Drive
Greenville, SC 29615
(864)349-1350

Groups meet on Monday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30, for 10-week sessions. In each session we work through the grieving process that accompanies divorce and separation. Call or write for more information, or to register for the next group.

Contact: Rachel Redding             Visit Website
Lexington Divorce Support Groups
DivorceCare/Church of the Harvest
4865 Sunset Blvd
Lexington, SC 29072
(803)808-6373

DivorceCare is a seminar/support group that will begin meeting September 11 and run through December 4, 2000. Free meals and Free childcare provided.

Contact: Cindi Stone             Visit Website
Taylors Divorce Support Groups
DivorceCare Ministry, Brushy Creek Baptist Church
4999 Old Spartanburg Rd
Taylors, SC 29650
(864)244-5963

DivorceCare meets every Sunday night at 5 p.m. Brushy Creek Baptist Church, Room 313, 4999 Old Spartanburg Road. A special weekly seminar and support group for people who are separated or divorced. Baby sitting provided. It's a place where you can be around people who understand what you are feeling.

Contact: Gene or Pat Bishop             Visit Website

DivorceHQ.com and JT Spaulding Associates makes no representation, guarantee, or warranty (express or implied) as to the purpose, ability, competence, affiliation or quality of the support groups which are listed herein.

DivorceHQ.com and JT Spaulding Associates shall have neither liability nor responsibility for the results or consequences for any participation with any of the support groups listed in this web site.

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