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Monthly Support Groups and Programs

Please see our Calendar Page for more Information

Special Angels Group * Partnering with Palisades Family Success Center
(For caregivers who have youth on the spectrum)

The goal for this support group is for caregivers to become aware and educated about the system of care and about the available resources within their own community. We offer support and guidance in a family-oriented environment. Special Angels is designed to enhance its counterpart youth participation program. 
While the caregiver participates in our support group, their youth will be engaged in an all-volunteer facilitated group, where they will craft, socialize, learn and, most importantly, feel at home.

Group Meets the first Thursday of every month at 5:30pm

Join Special Angels Zoom Meeting Here!

Zoom Meeting: 914-647-285​


For more information: Contact Isabel Montes,

Let's Discuss ! Open Discussion
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Open Discussion about the Importance of Mental Health and to Learn More about Special Needs Challenges and Resources

Una Discusion abierta sobre la importancia de la salud mental y para aprender mas sobre necesidades especiales, desafios y recursos


Join Us Every 2nd Saturday Morning of the Month 


9:00am - 10:30am (Spanish Session)

11:00am - 12:30pm (English Session)

Join Let's Discuss Zoom Meeting Here !

Zoom Meeting ID: 219 148 273

For more information: Contact Isabel Montes,

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Moms Helping Moms

Mothers support group, Lets Talk in a Stigma and Judgement Free Environment!


Join Us Every Third Thursday Afternoon 

11:30am - 1:30pm

Join Moms Helping Moms Zoom Meeting Here !

Zoom Meeting ID: 697 790 059

For more information: Contact Monique Cox,

Mujeres Maravillosas

Female Spanish speaking support group
Grupo de apoyo en español para madres de niños con problemas emocionales, mentales y de conducta severa.

Spanish support group for mothers and female caregivers of children with mental and emotional problems and severe behavior.

Join Us Every 2nd and 4th Friday Evening

12pm - 1:30pm

Join Mujeres Maravillosas Zoom Meeting Here!

Zoom Meeting ID: 658 018 805

For more information: Contact Isabel Montes,

Just for the Fellas Fathers Support Group

A group to support and focus on Male Caregivers, Fathers, Brothers, Mentors
Some of the topics that can be discussed are:

  • Stress, alcohol, and work

  • The root of fathering

  • The power to meet my own needs

  • Fathering and Family Roles

  • Positive Parenting and Styles of Discipline and much, much more…!


  Group Meets once a month on the 2nd Tuesday of the month from 6pm-7:30pm

Join Fellas Zoom Meeting Here!

Zoom ID: 889 7468 5729

For more information: Contact Alfonso Valentin,

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Our truancy program consists of the youth and family participating in 8 weekly coaching sessions in conjunction with monthly parent geared workshops in efforts to address absenteeism challenges, setting smart goals, and obtaining support, education, and advocacy via Peer to Peer support services. We seek to engage youth and their caregivers in the process of increasing school attendance and caregiver school engagement and planning. 

For more information: Contact Maria Flores,

Weekly Youth 6- 13 meetings held every Wednesday evenings
at 4:00pm via ZOOM

Join Youths Truancy Zoom Meeting Here!
Zoom Meeting: 870-4155-8496

Weekly Teens 14-18 meetings held every Wednesday evenings
at 5:30pm via ZOOM

Join Teens Truancy Zoom Meeting Here!
Zoom Meeting: 853-5689-5261

Weekly Caregiver meetings held every Monday evenings
at 5:30pm via ZOOM

Join Caregivers Truancy Zoom Meeting Here!
Zoom Meeting: 885-8107-0527

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Join Our Youth Partnership Program! 

Youth Partnership of Hudson County is a peer support and advocacy group for youth ages 13-21 within Family Support Organizations. We are an officially recognized chapter of Youth MOVE National, a youth led national organization devoted to improving services and systems that support positive growth and development by uniting the voices of individuals who have lived experience in various systems 
including mental health, juvenile justice, education and child welfare.

Youth Partnership focuses on building youth life skills through various activities, discussions, and workshops such as:

  • Understanding mental health and it's effects

  • Developing leadership skills

  • Developing academic skills

  • Establishing strong family bonds

  • Promoting youth advocacy

  • Discussions related to youth topics such as bullying, relationships, and school

  • Activities that engage with the community through local events such as city cleaning, food and clothing drives

  • Promoting Wellness within Mental Health


YP Meets every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month from 6pm to 7pm and occasionally on other days if necessary for special events.

Book Club Meets every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month from 6pm to 7pm and occasionally on other days if necessary for special events.

For more information: Contact Youth Coach Mayra Gomez, 

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