Mental Love: Teen Suicide Prevention Talk Series
Join us for a mindful talk show series streaming this Sunday on Facebook Live and YouTube. Please visit our Facebook page @Aaron’s House Foundation to find the event link.
Mental Love: Suicide Ideations: How to Cope and What to Do
Join us for a mindful talk show series streaming this Sunday on Facebook Live and YouTube Please visit our Facebook page @Aaron’s House Foundation to find the event link.
A Dining Room of Hope
In October Aaron’s House held our 5th Annual Dining Room of Hope, featuring keynote speaker Senator Darryl Rouson and the presentation of the Tampa Bay Legends Award to Clemmie Perry. Our event is designed to provide a supportive community for mental health caregivers and their loved ones.
Rally For Support 2020
Aaron’s House 5 th Annual Dining Room of Hope.
We offer caregiver support groups
Facilitator: Leslie Manly, MA, RMHC
Clinical Mental Health Therapist
Support Groups start at 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm EST. Feel free to join us at any time during the timeframe.
An Aaron’s House Support Group is:
*Free of charge
*Designed for caregivers of people with mental health conditions
*Facilitated by mental health professionals
*60 to 90 minutes long and meets bi-monthly
What Caregivers Achieve By Attending an Aaron's House Support Group:
Participants have an opportunity to share experiences in a safe, confidential setting while gaining hope and supportive relationships. The group allows everyone’s voice to be heard, and allows an opportunity for personal needs to be met while developing a comradery with others who are in the same or similar situations. The group encourages empathy and productive discussions.
Caregivers benefit from each other’s experiences while discovering their inner strengths.
Aaron's House Support Groups Help Caregivers:
*Learn better coping skills
*Gain strength in sharing experiences
*Forgive themselves and reject guilt
*Embrace self-care and humor
*Accept that they cannot solve every problem
*Understand that mental health conditions are no-one’s fault