Our Services

Support Groups at Calm Waters Center

Includes Grief and Divorce Support Groups for families. These groups are conducted Monday and Thursday evenings at Calm Waters Center.

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School Groups

Children who have experienced significant loss in their lives such as death, divorce, foster and adoptive care, incarceration, deportation and deployment will benefit from a Calm Waters school support group.Calm Waters provides grief training and grief group facilitators for schools, K through 12, to conduct free 6-week grief support groups during the school day, utilizing Calm Waters curriculum.

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Parenting Through Divorce Seminar

The “Parenting Through Divorce” seminar is for parents of minor children involved in the divorce process. Participants are required to register and pay online in order to confirm attendance.

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Infant and Pregnancy Loss Support Groups

This support group is intended for those experiencing the loss of a baby and meets every other Monday evening at Calm Waters Center.

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At Calm Waters, children and families find a safe and supportive place to share their feelings and experiences with a support group of peers who have all experienced similar loss. Through a variety of art and play activities, as well as discussions, a child’s healing can begin. Parents also find help and support as they meet with other adults, share their concerns and learn how to help themselves and their children through turbulent times.

Calm Waters offers free grief and divorce support groups for children (3 – 18 years of age) and their families. Since feelings of loss vary with age, children meet in groups with other peers in the same age range. Guided by trained group facilitators, these children support one another, share experiences and feelings and begin to heal. While the children meet, their parents/guardians also meet to gain an understanding of what their children are experiencing and to learn how to help them through these times of change.

Parenting Through Divorce is a four-hour, court approved seminar for divorcing parents.