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Please know these resources were compiled to serve as aides, however, Eastside cannot guarantee or be responsible for the quality of services you may receive.  The selection of supportive services of any kind is a highly personal matter, and the ultimate decision rests with you.
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Center for Individual and Family Therapy (CIFT) 714 558-9266
Offices in Brea, Costa Mesa, Los Alamitos, Orange Santa Ana, and South Bay.

Turning Point Counseling (800) 998-6329
Offices in Brea, Chino, Fullerton, La Habra, La Verne, Pasadena, West Covina, and Yorba Linda.

SPARE Ministries (714) 345-4938 Offices in Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties.

*All of these counseling centers employ licensed therapists as well as supervised interns and have the ability to slide their fee scale based on income.

OTHER REPUTABLE THERAPISTS:

Julie Liem, LMFT (714) 729-3562 (Placentia)

Denise Neely, LMFT (714) 917-9061 (Placentia)

Michael Webb, LMFT (949) 475-5400|webbcounseling.com (Newport Beach)

Dr. Jeff Schweiger (714) 788-7576 (Orange)

CHILDREN/ADOLESCENT THERAPISTS:

Jennifer Treadway Molle, LMFT (714) 402-2719 or jtmolle.com (Placentia)

Priscilla Ward, LCSW (657) 900-7252 (Fullerton)

Justin Hui, LMFT (949) 295-8707 or justinhuitherapy@gmail.com (Placentia/Newport Beach)

Morag Webb, LMFT (949) 475-5400 or webbcounseling.com (Newport Beach)

Laura's House is proud to offer services at our Counseling and Resource Center for those families who are not in need of shelter. Here they can obtain individual and group therapy, social services referrals, housing assistance and legal services, as well as many different workshops and seminars tailored to fit the client’s individual needs.

Human Options Do you think you’re in an abusive relationship? Do you know someone who might be? Studies show 90% of women completing our program moved forward to violence-free lives. We can help. Provide emergency shelter, transitional housing, counseling, safe support for seniors, legal advocacy.

OC Parent Wellness Program provides prevention and early intervention services to expectant and new parents, during pregnancy or within 12 months of having a child, who are experiencing mild to moderate symptoms of anxiety and/or depression which are attributable to either the current pregnancy or recent birth of their child. The goal is to improve bonding and attachment between babies and their caregivers as a result of improved mental wellness and promote healthy families.

 

San Bernadinio Support Group Pregnant and Postpartum Drop-In Support Group Time: Fridays 9:30 – 11:00 am 1963 North E Street San Bernardino, CA 92405 Contact: Dr. Christine Bierdrager Telephone: 909-881-6146

 

Maternal Mental Health Warmline Phone # 831-783-5933 Free Confidential Bilingual Counselors will return your call, listen to your concerns, offer a postpartum screening, and help you connect with the right local resources.

 

Uniquely Knitted No one should have to go through infertility alone. Join this growing community and stay connected to the ways you can help change the experience of infertility for the millions who suffer.

 

Infertility Unfiltered This support group is for women struggling with primary infertility - women who do not currently have any children.

 

Forever Footprints Support Group This support group is for women struggling with primary infertility - women who do not currently have any children.

 

Journey To Remember Program The Journey to Remember Program is a perinatal comfort care program created to provide a safe and nurturing environment for families who wish to carry to term despite a life-limiting or fatal diagnosis. We provide sensitive care facilitated by a labor and delivery nurse trained in bereavement with personal experience in perinatal loss during the pregnancy, delivery, and follow up bereavement support for the years to come.

 

Memory Box Program The Memory Box Program allows us to donate memory boxes to families and hospitals. The boxes are used as a home for keepsakes and photos for anyone who has experienced a pregnancy or infant loss.

 

Hoag Hospital As part of the Pregnancy & Infant Loss Program, Hoag offers a weekly Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support Group for parents and families who have experienced an early pregnancy loss, stillbirth or newborn death. An additional support group is available for women, who have lost a baby during pregnancy or infancy AND are pregnant now. Groups are facilitated by a LCSW, who specializes in pregnancy after a loss.

RESOURCES FOR MINNESOTA

A Better Connection 1009 Hollinger Street Park Rapids, MN 56470

Group Works | 218-366-2636 | 1003 Hollinger St. Park Rapids, MN

Sandy Espe - Wellness Matters | 218-255-3321 | 207 Park Ave S, Suite 2, PO Box 957 Park Rapids, MN 56470

Infertility Support Group Professionally Led This group is for individuals or couples, at any point, in the fertility/family building journey. It is a safe place for you to process your feelings and get support for the impact of infertility on your life. You will also have the opportunity to learn and share coping strategies for the emotional, physical and relational stresses of reproductive difficulties. In addition, you will receive information and support in the areas of self-esteem, decision-making, and relationship difficulties. Fee: Cost is $20/group RSVP required

Infertility Support Group RESOLVE Peer-led Support Groups are informal opportunities for women and men experiencing infertility to connect with one another, to discuss their situations and to receive support from others who have had similar experiences or who are struggling with similar issues. Attendance is free.

Fruitful We're committed to making infertility suck less. Fruitful is a free fertility mentorship program that connects those struggling with infertility with those who've been through it firsthand. Because no one should have to go through this crap on their own.

Miscarriage Online Course I am offering a 21-day course that will give you the space you need each day to reflect and work with your grief. For three weeks, you’ll receive a daily dose of inspiration each morning in an online space designed just for you.

Grief & Support CHI St. Joseph Hospital offers support groups

Share Chapters The National Share office hosts two monthly online group chats that are free of charge to our families. • The online Pregnancy Loss Group (for the loss of baby through miscarriage, still birth or in the first weeks of life) meets the first Tuesday of each month, 7:00pm-9:00pm CST. • The Pregnancy After Loss Group (for those pregnant after a loss or trying to become pregnant) meets the third Tuesday of each month

Mental Health Crisis Hotline Phone # (800)422-0045 or Text "MN" to 741741

Family Support Network Family Safety Network (FSN) is an organization providing advocacy, support, and referral services to domestic violence victims and their families including advocacy, Confidential Support, Assistance with court filings, Orders for Protection, Harassment Restraining Orders, Accompaniment to Court Hearings, Safety Planning, Support Groups, 24 Hour Crisis Line, Emergency Transportation & Referral Services

Domestic Violence Support Group (Walker) This group is for domestic abuse survivors and family of survivors. Please call us with any questions at 218-547-1636.

Domestic Violence Peer Support Group Who is Welcome: Victim of, and Family/Friends of, Domestic Violence. Where: Family Safety Network, 107 Grove Ave S. Ste.1, Park Rapids MN 56740

Support Within Reach This is a private, non-profit, community service organization serving residents and those impacted by incidents of sexual violence. They offer assistance with housing, filing Harassment Restraining Orders (HRO) and Orders for Protection (OFP), Assistance with filing reports with law enforcement, Specialized criminal justice advocacy, Crisis intervention, Ongoing basic counseling, Medical accompaniment to sexual assault examinations at local emergency rooms, Support groups, Follow-up assistance.

Support Within Reach This is a private, non-profit, community service organization serving residents and those impacted by incidents of sexual violence. They offer assistance with housing, filing Harassment Restraining Orders (HRO) and Orders for Protection (OFP), Assistance with filing reports with law enforcement, Specialized criminal justice advocacy, Crisis intervention, Ongoing basic counseling, Medical accompaniment to sexual assault examinations at local emergency rooms, Support groups, Follow-up assistance.

Someplace Safe The Domestic Violence program of Someplace Safe is operated by staff and/or volunteers who have been trained to help victims and survivors cope with a wide range of needs and responses to domestic violence. All advocacy services provided by Someplace Safe are completely free and confidential.

Advocacy Services Advocates are trained staff and volunteers who offer help for victims, survivors, family and friends who have been affected by family violence. They will assist survivors of abuse or assault at the hospital or law enforcement center. Guide and assist in locating resources and provide legal Advocacy and/or Criminal Justice System Intervention.

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