Virtual
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Sep 28 - Feb 04 2021

Mental Health Support Group for People of Color

online support groups
mental health
Presented by
Tatum Carter, MA

Tatum Carter, MA

Alumni and Family Liaison, Texas (DFW, Houston and The Woodlands)

This event takes place every Monday at 7 pm ET. 

As we listen and learn what our community needs through these trying times, this support group is intended as a closed space designated for BIPOC (black, indigenous, people of color) where attendees can feel supported without having to explain themselves. This peer support group will provide support for the unique mental health challenges that individuals in this group may be facing. This support group will be run weekly, on an ongoing basis. Please note, the group is a supplemental support and is not a replacement for higher levels of care, therapy, or medical advice.

Please email Tatum.Carter@ercpathlight.com with any questions you may have about the group.  

Whether you are struggling with an eating disorder or your mental health, we believe that with trusted, expert support and community connection, healing is always possible. Eating Recovery Center and Pathlight Behavioral Health offers several free support groups led by trained masters-level clinicians for those who need some extra support, especially during the COVID-19 crisis. These groups are available for alumni, community members and families of loved ones in treatment. 

To ensure your safety and that of our teammates, our support groups are currently only taking place online. This means that you're able to connect with others and our staff from the convenience of your home! 

Note: In order to offer virtual support resources to as many people in need as possible, we ask that you only attend one ERC | Pathlight support group per week. We are also capping attendance at 15 people at each virtual support group –support groups are first-come, first-served. 

We are excited to connect with you!  

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