Parents Connect

Let's create a community and support one another.

Parents Connect brings parents and caregivers together in small groups to talk about the challenges they face raising children with mental health struggles. 

It was really nice to have an understanding group of parents to be able to bounce thoughts, struggles, and ideas off of each week. A group of parents who don’t judge your parenting or your child’s conditions can be difficult to come by, but Parents Connect provided that to me.

Parents Connect Participant

Parents Connect Groups are Ongoing

Who: Parents Connect groups are made up of four to eight parents with children in the same age range who are struggling with mental health issues. We gather without judgement to share our struggles as parents and find community and new approaches to parenting during a time that can feel isolating and scary.

Why: When parents and caregivers connect and learn from others in small, confidential groups they feel less alone, knowing that there are other people who are walking in similar shoes. Within the supportive cohort, participants can share comfortably and discover new strategies and different perspectives. We hope participants will find a network of parents to talk with during and beyond the program.

When: Groups meet weekly for one hour either in person or via Zoom.
• Kids Ages 6-13, Tuesdays, 10am-11am
• Kids Ages 6-13, Wednesdays, 1pm-2pm
• Teens Ages 12-18, evening, day TBD
• Adult Children 18+, Tuesdays, 11am-12pm
• Intensive Treatment Experiences: Hospitalization/PHP/IOP/Reintegration, Tuesdays, 1pm - 2pm
• Eating Disorders, Thursdays, 11:30am - 12:30pm

How: Parents Connect Groups are facilitated by a fellow parent (not a trained therapist) who has experienced mental health issues with their child.

Interested? Fill out this Google form, and we will get the ball rolling.

Questions? These times don't work for you? Email CATCH for more information.


Parent Support Network

No parent should feel alone in their journey.

Parents Connect is part of CATCH's Parent Support Network (PSN) which provides direct support for parents and caregivers, offering access to personalized resources as well as opportunities to connect with other parents one-on-one and learn from others in small, confidential groups.

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