Support Groups

The support and recovery groups at QSBC provide opportunities for those who are hurting to find healing and hope by participating with others who are facing similar life challenges. The groups are not meant to provide professional therapy, but do provide a confidential, Christian setting where participants can be honest and grow. Each group is led by a trained facilitator who desires to offer encouragement and guidance on the path to healing.

Groups meet throughout the week and have childcare available for those who need it. For more information on any of the support groups, contact Jerry Ross. Or click the button below and on "class type" select "support group" to find when and where each of the following classes meet.

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Caregiver Support Group

The Caregiver Support Group provides support and ministry to those who are caring for homebound individuals. Anyone is welcome to join a monthly meeting at any time.

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DivorceCare

There aren't many people around you who understand the pain your divorce or separation has caused; to you, your family, and your friends. That's the reason for Divorce Care. It's a series of support groups and seminars conducted by people who understand what you are experiencing. Most importantly, you'll learn how to deal with the pain of the past and look forward to rebuilding your life. At Divorce Care, you will become part of a small support group of people who are also experiencing separation and divorce. By interacting with these people, you'll learn there are others who understand what you are feeling and will be able to offer you encouragement. You'll also have a chance to talk about the information presented during the seminar. Many participants say these support groups are the most helpful part of the program. The workbook costs $10.00.

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Families and Friends of Those with Mental Illness

This group is designed to provide an informative, supportive and safe experience for families and friends with loved ones suffering from severe or chronic mental illness. This support group provides an environment where you can share your burdens, glean from others experience and find strength being with people who also have a loved one living with mental illness. You don't have to go through it alone. Come and be with people who can relate to what you are going through.

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Financial Peace University

Dave Ramsey's seven easy-to-follow Baby Steps will help you to create a budget, get out of debt, and make a plan for your money!

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Finding Hope: A Support Group for Loved Ones of Addicts/Alcoholics

As Oklahomans, addiction is affecting all of us. We lead the country in many of the worst categories when it comes to drug and alcohol abuse. Many of us are facing these issues inside the walls of our own homes. Whether it's drug abuse, alcoholism, gambling or pornography, addictions are destroying our families. Are you looking for answers? Are you looking for a place to find education, inspiration and a community of others that are dealing with the same issues? If so, Hope is Alive Ministries wants to invite you to attend our new support group, called "Finding Hope." Finding Hope is a free class offered every other Tuesday evening. Each week you will have the opportunity to learn more about addiction, find tools to the help those you love and find hope to help you as you journey down this treacherous road. Don't miss this opportunity to find the HOPE you've been searching for. If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, and would like to speak with someone, or if you need more information about Hope is Alive, contact Lance Lang.

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Foster Parent Support Group

Learn what it takes to share your family with a child seeking one. Our goal is to help couples discover the joys and challenges associated with fostering and adoption.

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Grief Share: Comfort & Support in Times of Loss

Based on the promises of healing and comfort offered in God's Word, this group provides a safe place to process the deep hurt of loss and is open to anyone who has experienced the death of a family member, friend or loved one. Class is offered on Wednesdays or Thursdays.

Survivors of Suicide

If you have suffered the loss of a loved one to suicide, you need to share your story in a place where you will be eagerly heard and lovingly encouraged.

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