Offering Sharing, Caring and Coping
Millions of Americans find the sharing and caring provided through a support group can help them better cope with chronic illness or ease the struggle through the loss of a loved one.
Support groups provide participants with a variety of positive interaction, including
- The benefit of experiences of other group members
- Latest information in treatments or tips that improve the quality of life
- An understanding and compassionate audience to whom participants can voice their fears, concerns and questions
- Help in identifying the causes of symptoms or behavior
- Encouragement to change attitudes and behavior
Reid Health staff members coordinate or participate in a variety of support groups to help persons coping with illness, chronic conditions or the loss of a loved one.