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Support Groups

  • 2317 N Hill Field Rd #103
  • Layton, 84041
Difficult things happen to good people. Domestic Violence hurts women and families. There is NO excuse for abuse. Find support and healing through individual counseling or a Support Group. Group availability by demand. Need 6 women for a group. No one deserves to feel unsafe. 
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  • 1246 Flint Meadows #102
  • Kaysville, 84037
  • 801-451-6238
To provide a place for parents and family members to meet monthly and share experience, strength, give hope and awareness, to other families who have similar experiences raising children with ASD, ADD/ADHD, SPD, Anxiety and other mental health, developmental or behavioral struggles. Through sharing in this experience of raising these ‘hard to raise’ kids, we grow stronger and more resilient. 
 
  • 42 S State Street
  • Clearfield, 84015
  • 801-451-6238
The Davis County Parkinson’s Support Group meets monthly at the North Davis Senior Activity Center. Their meetings consist of knowledgeable briefers, fun activities, and social interactions all aimed at supporting Parkinson’s patients, their families, and caregivers. 
  • 1371 North 1075 West, Suite 5
  • Farmington, 84025
  • 970-471-2618
The W.O.R.T.H group is a free, LDS faith based, therapist led, support group for women healing from betrayal trauma caused by a spouse's sexual addiction and/or sexual misbehavior. Worth group therapists teach and tie therapeutic tools such as self-care, boundaries, and honoring emotions to LDS principles through guided discussion, support groups. This is where women derive emotional and spiritual strength as they share joys and sorrows, and support each other in their healing journey. Use the phone number provided to sign up for the group.
  • 42 South State Street
  • Clearfield, 84015
  • 801-425-0939
Children's Service Society's mission is to meet the growth and developmental needs of children, foster quality child care, and promote positive relationships in families. The organization is the oldest non-denominational welfare and family support agency in Utah. They provide relief to destitute children. Services include adoption, temporary homes, home visitation, kinship care support, grandfamilies support, support groups, crisis intervention, legal guardianship, etc.

Find us online at www.cssutah.org or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ChildrensServiceSociety.
  • 1355 North Main Street, Suite 1
  • Bountiful, 84010
  • 801-259-3883
8-group sessions for those who have had a loved one die, and also a group for those who have lost a loved one to suicide. Contact Becky Andrews for more information on group meeting times.
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  • 1433 North 1075 West, Suite 120
  • Farmington, 84025
Support and education for those struggling with addiction. Contact Utah Behavioral Health Solutions for more information.     
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  • (801) 393-2311
Women, men, and children who were once lonely, lost, and helpless because of someone's drinking, today have courage and confidence in themselves through Al-Anon and Alateen. They have discovered friends who understand, as few others can. They have found the tools to help themselves- which can indirectly help their alcoholic relatives or loved ones. Contentment, and even happiness, is possible whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not.
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