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Support for the Caregiver

  • Caregivers Need to Care for Themselves

    More than 22 million Americans are involved in some form of helping elderly family members or friends with their daily routines. If you're part of this group, whether you call yourself a caregiver, or simply a good daughter or son, you know that caring for an aging parent or friend has its rewards and its trials.

  • Getting the Most from a Mental Health Support Group

    Mental health support groups offer support, understanding, and helpful information to people struggling with depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and other conditions.

  • Providing Support for the Bereaved

    Be available. Sometimes, people who are grieving do not want to talk or listen, nor do they want you to talk or listen. They simply want you to be there for them.

  • Helpful Hints for Coping with the Holidays

    Be kind to yourself. Be among people with whom you feel free to be yourself. Set some time apart for quiet remembrance.