Addiction impacts the entire family, not just the person who is battling the disease. We offer information and education about the disease. More importantly, we offer an ear to listen with compassion and respect.
Support groups broaden the circle of friends. These friends often have a perspective that only those intimate with the disease can offer and an empathy born of common experience, not expertise. Group members are often the sounding board in talking out fears, concerns, or setbacks and celebrating victories along the way. If you are a person with Parkinson’s disease or a caregiver, and not a member of a support group, please consider attending.
Come together and share the lessons of the Bible. This non-denominational group, led by Jean Westlake, will discuss different books of the Bible and how these teachings can be incorporated into our daily lives. All ages are welcome!