Caregiver Support Group

40 million adults in the US identify as caregivers. Caregivers often find themselves overwhelmed, lonely and depressed. If you are a caregiver or know of someone who is, please consider joining St. Michael’s Caregiver Support Group.  Our goal is to make the group a supportive environment where people can talk about a broad range of issues, where people are accepted and cared for and where people can learn from each other. The idea is to help people feel less isolated and provide and receive support and encouragement and insight.

St. Michael’s Caregiver Support Group continues as we support each other through the COVID-19 pandemic and this difficult time. We are reaching out to each other with phone calls and emails to encourage and support each other and try to help each other feel less isolated. We continue to talk about good self-care and resiliency.

Please email Liz Klein, Deacon Intern or the Rev. James Joiner  if you are interested in being part of this group.