Mental Health Support Groups

Starting IN PERSON in September:

Embracing Compassion Group (for women)
Begins Thursdays on September 19th 6-7:30 PM
For information, call 936-777-3940 or visit web site:
Embrace Your Life Counseling

Parenting Support Group
(If you are parenting a child with anxiety, depression, defiance, or other issues)
Meets at Walden Community Church, No cost
First five meetings:  Sept 21, Oct 12, Oct 26, Nov 9, Nov 30
For information on this therapist led group, email:

Starting IN PERSON August 19th:
ADHD Parent Support Group (for parents who have a child 10 and under with ADHD)
1st & 3rd Thursdays 7-8 PM at Mosaics of Mercy (suite K100)
For information, call Sarah at 346-703-0051 or email:

Starting IN PERSON in August 2021 for Teens:
Teen Talk (for ages 14-17) Mondays 6:15-7:15 PM
DBT Skills Therapy Group
(for ages 14-17) Tuesdays 6:00-7:30 PM
Social Anxiety 
(for ages 14-17) Mondays 5:00 – 6:00 PM

To register for above in-person groups, call 281-210-6677 or go to

Starting VIRTUALLY  July 19:
Navigating Anxiety in a Post-Pandemic World

Anxiety Support Group led by Shaii Thomas, LMFT-A & Nicole Brown, LPC-A
Limited Space, Call 713-628-8197 or email to reserve spot.
$60 per 1 1/2 hour group

Social Skills Group (for children aged 6-10 years old)
Offered by The Therapy Team (Tomball)
Monday nights 6:00 – 7:00 PM 
$35 / session
Upcoming topics:  Expressing Anger and Frustration, Self Esteem and Confidence, Making and Keeping Friends, Conflict Resolution
For more information on eligibility, contact Jamie Ostergaard, LPC-A at 281-826-4309 or

For Substance Abuse related support groups, including support for family and friends, visit our Addiction Support Group page.

For Eating Disorder support groups, including family support, visit our Eating Disorder Support Group page.

Attention Deficit Disorders Assoc. Southern Region
Contact: 281-894-4932
Espanol:  936-293-9213
Adults & Parents/ADD & ADHD

Bipolar and Depression Support Group
Thursdays at 7:00 PM, In person at Bammel Church of Christ (1960 and Kuykendahl
Mask required & Temp checks
No registration required, but limited number of people due to COVID

Combat Trauma Support Group
For veterans with PTSD or family members of combat veterans
Meets Tuesdays at 7:00 PM at The Woodlands United Methodist Church Rooms B108 & B109
For more info: or (346) 331-9141

GRASP (Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing)
Support group to offer help, compassion, and understanding for families who have lost a loved one to substance abuse. (Attendees 18+)
StoneBridge Church, Room 208
2nd  and 4th Tuesday of Month  7:00 – 8:30 PM (Bring Mask)
For more info:  or 703-598-4271

Prison Families Alliance

RE:MIND – Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
(currently on hold locally due to Covid)
Christ Church United Methodist
Tuesdays 11:00 AM, 7:30 PM

The Trevor Project
 (focused on ending suicide among LGBTQ youth)
866-488-7386 (24 Hour Trevor LifeLine)
Text “START” to 678678

Survivors of Suicide (SOS)
Meets at Stonebridge Church/The Woodlands, Room 210
1st and 3rd Tuesday, 7:00-8:30pm     Age 18+ 
Contacts:  Jenny Lee
                  Starlette Taylor

Survivors of Suicide ATTEMPTS (SOSA)
Co-facilitated by someone who has survived a suicide attempt and a licensed clinician. Currently open for ages 18+. $35/session. Closed group, meeting once per week for 1 1/2 hours for 8 weeks.

Survivors of Suicide LOSS (SOSL)
Co-facilitated by someone who has experienced a loss to suicide and a licensed clinician.  Group for ages 18-35ish, separate group offered for Teens ( 13-17).  $35/session. Closed group, meeting once per week for 1 1/2 hours for 8 weeks.

Grief Share
Groups offered in The Woodlands (many more in greater Houston area):
The Woodlands United Methodist Church ~ Wed 1:00 & Monday 6:00 
The Woodland’s First Baptist Church ~ Wed 6:30 PM
Church Project ~ Thurs 6:30 PM

Modern Widow’s Club
Grief Peer Support Group; National web site has many virtual resources available
Local group meeting at Canopy 3rd Monday at 6:30 PM (plus socials) For information:

NAMI Family & Connections Virtual Support Group  – Peer led group for family and friends of individuals with mental illness  –  2nd and 4th Wednesday Zoom© 6:30pm.  To participate, you must complete this registration: [] For info: Brenda LaVar at 936-522-4220 or

NAMI Greater Houston website– information about area support and education  surrounding mental health

Hope Family Care Ministries alongside Nothing is Wasted Ministries
Online Community Groups
Groups for those experiencing loss: Infertility / Miscarriage, Young Child Loss, Older Child Loss, Loss by Suicide, Sibling Loss, Grandchild Loss

Influences from Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
Adolescent (14-17) Girls Group 
For more information, call 832-422-7169 or

Maxwell’s House of Abilities
For teens and elementargy ages

Shine Bright Self Awareness Group
For Ages 14-19
Every Wednesday 6:00 PM
Evolve Therapy & Associates (Joel Connelly, LPC, NCC)
To Register:  346-351-5515

Survivors of Suicide LOSS for Teens (SOSL)
Co-facilitated for teens by someone who has experienced a loss to suicide and a licensed clinician. $35/session. Meets 1 1/2 hours for 8 weeks.

Teen Talk Online Therapy for Connection and Coping
Led by Meredith Wiese, PhD for teens age 14-17 Mondays at 6 pm beginning in February

Co-Dependents Anonymous – Women Empowering Women
Visit for virtual meeting schedules

Weekly therapy group for moms if motherhood is currently overwhelming you,
facilitated by Lauren Pasqua,  PsyD

12 step program for women whose lives have been affected by another person’s compulsive sexual behavior.
Currently meeting virtually:
Zoom:  83038530669  PW:  Serenity

Grandmothers Raising Grandchildren (facilitated by Mosaics of Mercy)
Meets 1st and 3rd Friday 10:00am – 11:00 am at Mosaics of Mercy (virtual option also available)
Facilitator: Paige Butler
Featured in Hope Pieced Together podcast Episode 24

Hope for Parents – Online Support Meeting
Every Thursday 6:00 – 7:00 CST
Hosted by Elevation Church (Orlando,FL), Affiliated with
To Register, email

Mosaics of Mercy operates 9 am – 4 pm Monday – Friday and is not a call center for crisis situations. If you believe that you or another individual are suffering from a mental health crisis or medical emergency, call 911, contact your doctor immediately, or seek medical attention immediately at the nearest emergency room.

Mosaics of Mercy, Inc. is a charitable organization that provides mental health resources and website links for informational purposes only. The posting by Mosaics of Mercy, Inc. of a website link or a resource does not constitute an endorsement or approval by Mosaics of Mercy of any of the products, services, or opinions of the corporation, organization, or individual referenced. For any questions about the third party content or for further information please contact the external website or organization directly. Mosaics of Mercy, Inc. is not liable for the accuracy of content of any third party websites or for content navigated to via subsequent links. User agrees that use of the Mosaics of Mercy website constitutes an agreement not to hold any Mosaics of Mercy officers, employees, agents or volunteers liable for the information posted on this website. The information is provided “as is” for general information and education only. It should not replace consultation with a doctor or other qualified mental health providers.


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