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This is a general processing group for girls in grades 9-12. Common goals include creating a safe space to process adversities, develop social relationships, and create healthy life skills with other peers. The group is open enrollment and will cap at 7 or 8 members. The group fee is $60/session billed monthly. Please reach out with any additional questions.

High School Girls’ General Processing Group

  • 2200 Pacific Coast Highway Suite 219, Hermosa Beach, California 90254, US

This is a general processing group for girls in grades 6-8. Common goals include creating a safe space to process adversities, develop social relationships, and create healthy life skills with other peers. The group is open enrollment and will cap at 7 or 8 members. The group fee is $60/session billed monthly. Please reach out with any additional questions.

Middle School Girls’ General Processing Group

  • 2200 Pacific Coast Highway Suite 219, Hermosa Beach, California 90254, US

Project Fatherhood

(562) 437-7706

Since 2010 we have been meeting for a unique, court recognized parenting support group that focuses on helping fathers become more productive and happy in their roles as dads. Interestingly, the model includes the children and significant others too!

Project Fatherhood was developed by Dr. Hershel Swinger of Children’s Institute, Inc. to give poor, urban, culturally diverse fathers an opportunity to connect with their children and play a meaningful role in their lives. The program continues to be recognized nationally for effectively addressing the problem of absentee fathers, a major social issue affecting the healthy development of a significant number of children. The program provides comprehensive parenting skills to culturally diverse biological fathers using an innovative support group model. Over the years, Project Fatherhood has also proved to be effective for other men in care giving roles such as stepfathers and foster parents, and relative caregivers such as grandfathers. Since its inception more than a decade ago, more than 7,000 fathers have participated in the program and the numbers continue to grow.

A key component of the project is its intensive training approach that prepares professionals to lead "Men in Relationships" support groups. During the program, a broad range of issues is addressed including father’s understanding of appropriate discipline, domestic abuse, communicating needs, and traumatic experiences in fathers’ backgrounds that affect their relationships with their children and partners.

Project Fatherhood

  • 525 East 7th st, Long Beach, CA 90813,

Are you wondering if your child is "different" from other children? Are you looking to connect with other parents with similar experiences? Join our Parent Support Group. ¿Se está preguntando si su hijo es "diferente" de otros niños? ¿Estás buscando conectarte con otros padres con experiencias similares? Ven y únete de nuestro Grupo De Apoyo De Padres.

OTTP Bright Program

(310) 323-6887

The Bright Program is a free trauma informed mental health group using the Seeking Safety Model. This program is for:
  • Those who have experiences stressful or traumatic events in their life and want to heal from them.
  • Those experience addiction or use substances as a way to cope.
  • Those who want to focus on their strengths and increase them.
  • Those who would like to like to learn new coping skills.
  • Those who want to focus on the present and what they can do right now to create a better life for themselves.
  • Youth ages 13-25 years old

OTTP Bright Program

  • 19401 South Vermont Ave, Torrance, CA 90502, US

Our mission is to decrease isolation at any stage of motherhood and create a network in which expectant mothers, new mothers, those who have experienced maternal loss, and mothers, in general, can receive support through this multifaceted phase of life while strengthening their family along the way. Tara Farajian is a professional and a mother who has created a network within her practice to support mothers during the many Transitions in Motherhood. The private practice created by the late Emma Santizo and Tara Farajian transitioned into a non-profit. The practice is linked with other providers that support families with an infant to school-aged children and beyond. Our goal is that each mother will have all the resources they need at their fingertips

Nurturing the New You: Free Parent & Baby Support Group

  • 4301 Atlantic Avenue, Long Beach, California 90807, US

Atlantic Alano Club

(562) 337-9688

The Atlantic Alano Club (AAC) is a recovery club dedicated to providing the Lesbian, Gay, Bi, and Trans community a safe place to attend 12-Step recovery meetings and associated events.

Atlantic Alano Club

  • 600 Redondo Avenue, Long Beach, California 90814, US

Grief Support Groups

(562) 429-0075

New Hope offers all of the following support groups: Adult Grief, Suicide Grief, Child Loss Grief, School-Based Grief, and Family Camps. Each grief group consists of eight to twelve members. Each support group runs for 8 weeks and meets once a week in the evening for 1.5 hours. The intimate home-like atmosphere helps to create a sense of community and support where feelings and memories can be expressed. The group provides an environment for sharing, learning, and healing. Groups are co-led by our volunteer facilitators who are trained, compassionate, and experienced a loss themselves.  

Grief Support Groups

  • 3505 Long Beach Boulevard, Long Beach, California 90807, US

The OUR HOUSE mission is to provide the community with grief support services, education, resources, and hope. Since 1993, OURHOUSE has helped thousands of grieving children, teens, and adults as they embark upon their journeys to hope and healing.

Our House Grief Support Groups

  • We continue to serve those in LA County and part of Ventura County for the groups.

Our facilitators, volunteers, and members strive to create a community of support, compassion, validation, and emotional safety. The death of a child is an unimaginable experience that comes with many complex emotions. We provide bereaved families with an automatic connection to others who have walked in these shoes, because no one should feel alone in traveling through their grief journey. *We normally meet in West LA, however due to COVID-19 we meet over zoom.

Bereaved Parents Support Group

  • 11661 West Olympic Boulevard Los Angeles, CA, 90064

Men’s Rap

(562) 434-4455

An informal discussion group where ideas are exchanged on a variety of issues pertinent to gay men and the LGBT community at large. Men’s Rap exists as a space for men to share and discuss personal experiences and provide an alternative place for gay men to meet and make friends. Men’s rap is open to gay, bisexual, and transgender men of all ages.

Men’s Rap

  • 2017 East 4th Street Long Beach, CA 90814

Coming Out Support

(626) 221-6686

Join Coming Out Support on Fridays for a safe, welcoming, and supportive environment. This group is open to anyone in any stage of the coming out process. Topics include emotional support, building self-esteem, recognizing internalized homophobia, escaping the “double life,” coming out to loved ones, exploring cultural taboos, morality, and religion, forming meaningful relationships, developing your “gaydar,” celebrating intimacy, and understanding community diversity.

Coming Out Support

  • 2017 East 4th Street Long Beach, CA 90814

Support Positive

(562) 741-9946

Dealing with a new HIV diagnosis can be a challenging and at times overwhelming. Support Positive discusses issues affecting those with a new diagnosis including relationships, managing and understanding medical care and treatment options, and dealing with family, work, and friends. If you have been diagnosed in the past two years and are looking for support, call and join your

Support Positive

  • 2017 East 4th Street Long Beach, CA 90814

Queer Parenting Group

(562) 544-7028

A support group for queer families, however individually defined. Ideal age range of the children is pre-conception to age six. As parenting topics evolve as children age, all are welcome, but topics will be most relevant for younger children. Children are welcome, however childcare will not be provided. The group is facilitated by a Certified Lactation Educator Counselor (CLEC) and parent of two.

Queer Parenting Group

  • 2017 East 4th Street Long Beach, CA 90814

Transparent Families

(562) 434-4455

The Center is proud to offer a support group for families of transgender children and teens. The group is a child play group (toddler to 12 year olds, trans* youth and their siblings, full adult supervision).

Transparent Families

  • 2017 East 4th Street Long Beach, CA 90814

Haweya

(949) 771-6321

Haweya is a social group that welcomes Middle Easterns and other ethnicities and races who share similar cultural background including East Africans, South Asians, Armenians, and others. We welcome friends and allies from all backgrounds ages 18+ who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, as well as those questioning their sexual orientation or gender identity/expression and straight allies. Haweya focuses on providing support to LGBTQ+ Middle Eastern+ people and fostering a sense of community amongst them and their allies. Our discussion topics will range from spirituality to sex, relationships to health and more.

Haweya

  • 2017 East 4th Street Long Beach, CA 90814