Support Group Database

Welcome to the Southeast Regional Center Support Group Database. While there is a broad spectrum of family support options, many families enjoy participating in support groups. These groups, both formal and informal, provide individuals with the opportunity to give and receive emotional support, share common experiences, and learn about resources.

Support Groups

To search our database of support groups simply find the group and region you'd like to search for then click 'Search'. If you are unable to find an appropriate group or if you prefer one to one support, you can contact Parent-to-Parent of Wisconsin by clicking here. For information on how to start your own support group click here.

When participating in a support group, please use your best judgment about the information you share, as well as information shared by others about diagnoses, treatments or personal experiences. Remember, every child is different and family experiences and expectations are different.

We cannot guarantee the content or the quality of the information that is shared within a support group. Support groups are not a substitute for medical care and should not provide medical or psychological advice. Before you use any information that you find through a family support group, we encourage you to discuss it with your physician or therapist.

Because support groups come and go and meeting times changes, we cannot guarantee that all of the information is current. Please contact the group to verify the information before attending.

If you have information that is more current than what is on the Website or you would like to suggest a group for inclusion in the database please contact us so we can update our records.

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This page was last updated September 29, 2013 @ 12 pm