Those who struggle with mental health and/or addiction often feel that they are alone, and that others cannot or will not understand their situation. When an individual realizes that they are not alone, and that others have similar struggles, this can be a life-changing realization that motivates someone for success. That’s why DePaul Community Resources offers counseling and support groups, encompassing various topics, to help empower individuals, while allowing them to also help and support one another.
Group Counseling and Support Groups are mental health and/or substance use disorder services, typically delivered in the office (though exceptions can be made for virtual participation), that allow individuals who are going through similar experiences, to receive help and support from our clinical staff, as well as the potential input from other members of the group.
Our staff consists of licensed therapists, as well as qualified mental health professionals, who work with children and their families to provide comprehensive services. Group topics may range from depression or anxiety, addiction issues, and trauma or grief support, to specialized groups for social skills development, older adopted teens groups, and LGBTQ support groups.