Join a support group — and know you are not alone.

When you join a support group, you’ll see the faces of other parents like you on your screen. You’ll hear your story in their stories, and share the experience of finding help in community and hope in connection.
*Support groups close 30 minutes after the hour.

Event Series Solo Moms Support Group

Solo Moms Support Group

Hosted by Annie E., Sheila L.

Gather with other solo moms who have children struggling with mental health and/or substance use issues; come share stories and experiences with moms who get it. A solo mom is divorced, widowed, or single parent of a child. We welcome those moms who may still be with a partner who is not engaged in co-parenting […]

Event Series Self-Compassion


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Hosted by York A., Jennifer D.

As a parent of a child who is struggling, it is helpful to reflect on compassion. And how about when we parents are struggling? Self-compassion is the ability to treat ourselves with kindness, understanding, and care, especially when we are suffering, struggling, or making mistakes. Self-compassion can help us cope with stress, improve our well-being, […]

Event Series Newcomers Support Group

Newcomers Support Group

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Hosted by Tippy H., York A.

Our Newcomers Support Group is open to all who are in their first 90 days of membership with OPLM. Come share your story and be with others who are at a similar stage of their journey. Learn about how our support groups work and how to navigate our website for the best member experience.

Nurturing Minds, OPLM’s Weekly Book Club

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Hosted by Jackie J., Holly O.

Come enjoy our Nurturing Minds, OPLM's weekly book club. This is an uplifting, safe, and empathetic space where we discuss thought-provoking books and diverse themes with an open dialogue, mutual respect, and an eagerness to learn from each other's experiences. Strapped for reading time? We will share a condensed version of the weekly reading as a […]

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