A support group for people impacted by a loved one abusing alcohol or drugs. Meetings are weekly at St. Helen's on Monday evenings in the Parish Center from 7:30 to 9:00. Any questions call 908-232-1189. Confidentiality respected. CLICK HERE FORE MORE ON TWELVE
Saint Helen’s Counseling Project
Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Liz Migneco is available to assist individuals, couples and families who may be experiencing difficulties and stressors in their everyday lives. For additional information, please call 908-232-1214, ext. 105. All calls are confidential.
In God's Plan We Trust
This faith based confidential group is for family members faced with a loved one affected by mental illness (depression, anxiety, and mood disorders, etc.). We will gather in Meaney Hall at 7:00 pm on the third Thursday of the month (2017 Meeting dates: 2/16, 3/16, 4/20, 5/18, 6/15) These confidential meetings will help to foster faith, hope and shared empathy for all to cope with this extremely challenging journey.
- Turning our troubles over to God…by building our trust in God’s plan for our loved ones and for us
- Letting go of control… As we come to the realization that we cannot fix our loved one’s illness
- Taking care of ourselves… Knowing that God wants us to be joyful regardless of our circumstances
- Recognizing that we are NOT alone… Through confidential group sharing (optional) and knowing that
Blue Horizons provides social events and support for widows in our community. This ministry was originally started as a support group and has now evolved into a social and informational group. Meetings are usually held the first Friday of each month (except for summer).
This group provides support for persons who are responsible for the cares of a family member or friend. This group meets on the first Monday of every month (with the exception of holidays, at which time, it is held on the second Monday) at 7:30 PM. For information please contact Janice Meister at
Family Support for Persons with Disabilities