Our Journey Divorce groups meet every Tuesday from 6–7 p.m. for 10 consecutive weeks. Participants are asked to make every effort to attend all 10 sessions. It is the responsibility of the participant to notify their facilitators or the Heart of the Cumberland office if they are unable to attend. Parents or legal guardians are responsible for children and must remain on Heart of the Cumberland premises during group meetings.
Support group participants quickly establish trust and comfort within the group. For this reason, the group will be closed to additional participants or guests after the first week’s meeting.
Please Note: In the event of group cancellation, the facilitator will call.
Peer support groups are simply a forum for mutual acceptance, understanding, and self-discovery through communication with peers who have been in similar situations. Heart of the Cumberland does not provide individual (or group) advice or counseling in any area. If a participant is looking for specific advice or counseling they are advised to contact a licensed practitioner or professional.
Heart of the Cumberland, through its dedicated volunteers, staff, and boards, makes every effort to keep things shared by participants confidential and encourages group participants to do the same. Information given to Heart of the Cumberland will only be used for the express purpose for which it is gathered. All files are and will remain the exclusive property of Heart of the Cumberland. Participant contact information will be given to group facilitators. Our confidentiality policy will be strictly maintained except, but not limited to, the following:
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