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Community Support Groups at St. John’s Episcopal Church where we are HELPING those suffering in Our Neighborhoods


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Community Support Groups at St. John’s Episcopal Church where we are HELPING those suffering in Our Neighborhoods 

2351 Pleasant Grove Blvd, Roseville, CA 95747 


St. John’s support groups bring together in a confidential and respectful setting individuals who are experiencing similar issues of suffering: 


1) as caregiver of a family member with dementia and how to live into that very challenging role 


2) as someone grieving the loss of a life partner/loved one, while learning to live a new life without them


Participants in these groups have found comfort knowing they are no longer alone with their frustrations and challenges because the other participants speak the same language and share a similar understanding of how each other may be experiencing the new challenges, plus, they learn from each other how to go forward in life in a healthier way.


For information about any of the support groups, contact Deacon Marcia Hansen, meh1362002@yahoo.com -- or -- 916-625-6134 


Dementia Caregivers Support Group 

- 4th Tuesdays of the month

- 3:00-4:30 in St. John’s Hospitality Room 

- Facilitator: Deacon Marcia Hansen 


Bereavement Grief Support Group 

- 1st & 3rd Fridays of the month

- 10:00-12:00 in St. John’s Hospitality Room 


- Co-Facilitators: Pat Kuethe & Mike Luken

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