Support Groups at Garnet Health
The ability to connect with others experiencing your medical situation provides you with the unique opportunity to be heard, understood and make meaningful connections. That’s what Garnet Health support groups offer. This holistic method of healing brings people together to form a support system offering strength, collaboration and emotional resilience. Sharing with others offers the forum to exchange stories, feelings, coping strategies and valuable first-hand information.
At Garnet Health, we believe in taking a holistic approach to improving our patients’ well-being. Our health-driven support groups and community classes are just as important as our clinical care. This is why we offer several support opportunities to our patients, close to home in Orange and Sullivan County, NY.
Patient Support & Complimentary Care
Whether you’re facing a major illness or stressful life challenge, Garnet Health is here to support you through a spectrum of care.
Garnet Health Clinical & Emotional Support Systems
Garnet Health support groups aren’t designed to replace standard clinical care; they enhance it! As part of our holistic approach to improving patients’ well-being, we offer a wide range of clinical and emotional support systems.
Most support groups are free and many are conducted online. Support groups and classes include:
- Alzheimer’s support
- Bariatric support and classes
- Basic life support
- Bereavement support
- Cancer support groups
- Caregiver support
- Circle of Hope family support
- COVID-19 support
- Healing yoga classes
- Lung support groups
- Support groups, classes and birthing center tours for maternity
- National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) family support
- Total joint replacement classes
- Diabetes support and classes
- Freedom from smoking workshops
- Stroke education and support
- Multiple sclerosis support
- Ostomy support
We invite you to participate in a Garnet Health support group. We’ll help you identify the group that provides the best fit for your comfort level and health needs.
What to Expect
It’s normal to feel a little nervous, shy or overwhelmed when you first join a new support group; being vulnerable with strangers can have that effect. Take comfort in knowing you are in a safe space with others who are going through the similar situations. The act of simply listening can be just as beneficial as contributing to the conversation.