Support Groups

Community Kitchen

This is a fun, inexpensive way to cook nutritious meals, and an opportunity to learn new recipes and try out new foods. You will take part in two sessions: one for planning and recipe selection, and one for cooking. Meals are divided among the group to take home. This subsidized program supports those with low incomes.

Spruce Grove FCSS, 105–505 Queen St. external_link_icon

For more information and to register, please call 780-962-7618

*This community kitchen is made possible through a partnership involving the Thrift Shop and Spruce Grove FCSS.

 

Living with Loss to Suicide

This self-help group supports its participants through listening, sharing and caring. It offers a shared experience, strength and hope.

Last Monday of each month



7 p.m.



Spruce Grove FCSS, 105–505 Queen St. external_link_icon

For more information or to register, call 780-342-1340.

 

Caring Friends Bereavement Support Group

Caring Friends is a confidential and informal (drop-in) bereavement support group led by trained bereavement counsellors. Participants have an opportunity to share their feelings and understand the emotions associated with grief in a safe, supportive environment.

First Thursday of each month



7:00 p.m. - 9 p.m.



Forest Green Plaza, 4613-52 Ave., Stony Plain external_link_icon



Free, drop-in

 

Parkland Caregivers Group (Alberta Caregiving Association)

The Caregiver Networks offer caregivers a chance to take a short break from their caregiving role, grab a coffee or some breakfast, and connect with others who can relate to what they are going through. They provide an opportunity to share caregiving experiences and resources in a safe and understanding environment.

Every 2nd Saturday



8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.



The Host Restaurant, Stony Plain external_link_icon



FREE drop-in

For more information, please contact Yvon at 780-962-3713.