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That could be a phone call to a trained caregiver like a therapist, to a peer in a work-sponsored support group, or just to a friend or colleague who’s in a similar situation.

There are no local support groups, no secret club of those who share in this uniquely horrible sense of loss.

The woman—who had reached out to the doctor days before and received no reply—was able to join a support group and receive lactation counseling through the platform.

He found an online support group and told its leaders he wanted to help others struggling in the pandemic.

This support group session will be led by actor and disability advocate Andy Arias.

The veteran, said he met Stone at support group Vets for Veterans.

They started attending a Mormon support group that encouraged LGBT people to “come back to God” and return to heterosexuality.

She said she believes Wilson acted in self-defense, but if she were convinced otherwise, she would close down her support group.

Led by the Rose City Riveters support group, the fans make the stadium come alive every game.

I met my husband at a support group for former ultra-Orthodox Jews.

Maybe I could meet up with the first and form a support group?


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to support group, such as: 12-step group, aa, alcoholics anonymous, encounter group, family, and friends.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.