Wisconsin 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.
Madison Divorce Support Groups
High Point Church DivorceCare
7702 Old Sauk Rd
Madison, WI 53717
Wednesday, 7:00-9:30 pm. Call for location and directions. This is a Christian based support group. A different topic is covered each week, with expert speakers on video, group discussion, and individual study. Topics include emotions such as anger and depression, effects on children, practical matters such as finances, and how to heal.
Madison Divorce Support Groups
Bethel Separated & Divorced Support Group
312 Wisconsin Ave.
Madison, WI 53703
Bethel's Separated & Divorced Support Group has met weekly since 1985. We gather from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. every Tuesday evening. (We are located three blocks northwest of the capitol - parking off Gorham). Averaging between 15-25 people per evening, we divide into three therapist-led groups for discussion and support. Nonsectarian. There is no fee. Childcare provided upon request.
Menomonie Divorce Support Groups
N6714 470th Street
Menomonie, WI 54751
Group will start in October 2008. Date to be determined. DivorceCare For Kids is also available at different times in the year. We meet for 12 weeks and follow the DivorceCare curriculum).
Port Edwards Divorce Support Groups
600 7th Street
Port Edwards, WI 54469
DivorceCare is non-denominational and features biblical teaching for recovering from divorce and separation. These videotape seminar sessions feature nationally recognized experts on topics related to divorce and recovery. DivorceCare meets every Tuesday at 6:30 pm from September through June. Child care is provided upon request. Call (715)887-3565 for more information.
Contact: Bonnie Lemke
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