Coal Country Community Health Center has a variety of support groups to offer. To learn more about a specific support group session, call (701) 873-4445.
Caregivers Support Group
Caregivers Support Group is supported by the Alzheimer’s Association ND Chapter and presented by our Community Care Team.
All caregivers are invited to build a support system with people who understand. This caregiver support group, conducted by trained facilitators, is a safe place for those caring for individuals with any disease to:
- Develop a support system
- Exchange practical information on caregiving challenges and possible solutions
- Talk through issues and ways of coping
- Share feelings, needs and concerns
- Learn about community resources
Powerful Tools for Caregivers
CCCHC teams up with NDSU Extension to offer Powerful Tools for Caregivers. This class is an evidence-based, self-care education program for family caregivers, effective for diverse populations including rural, ethnic minorities, adult children of aging parents, well spouses/partners, and caregivers of children with special needs.
Powerful Tools for Caregiver (PTC) classes are co-led by certified, experienced class leaders, and research indicates that PTC program improves:
- Self-care behaviors
- Management of emotions
- Use of community resources
In six-week PTC class, caregivers develop a wealth of self-care tools to:
- Reduce personal stress.
- Change negative self-talk.
- Communicate their needs to family members and healthcare or service providers.
- Communicate more effectively in challenging situations.
- Recognize the messages in their emotions, deal with difficult feelings.
- Make tough caregiving decisions.
Wellness Matters: A Community Support Group
CCCHC offers a community support group in the Beulah and Killdeer communities. As a community we all navigate through a variety of challenges on our everyday journey through life. Our goal is to offer a safe space to discuss these challenges and learn more about wellness through comradery and mutual respect. We do not have to walk this journey alone!
Call CCCHC Behavioral Health Department at (701) 873-7424 for more information on class times and locations.