A support group for families who have lost loved ones to sudden, tragic death
This is a new, informal, peer-led support group in which we
share our experiences, grief and recovery. Some of us have lost
children and spouses to overdose and suicide. We anticipate
new members may have different stories to tell, but believe we
all suffer from the same shock and grief. We don’t offer each
other advice, but we do offer compassion, listening and healing.
Whatever your experience, you are welcome. There is no cost
and no registration.
COVID masks required. Masks available at the door.
WHEN: Sundays at 5 p.m.
WHERE: Old Dutch Reformed Church
272 Wall Street – Second Floor
FOR MORE INFORMATION, EMAIL:
Herzog’s has teamed up with Maryline Damour. Maryline is the principal designer at Damour Drake. For several years she has spearheaded an independent project called Kingston Design Connection (kingstondesignconnection.com). This project was developed to connect Hudson Valley designers to each other and potential clients. Each year in the fall. Herzog’s Home Center has been supporting the project since its inception 3 years ago.
This year’s showhouse is an enormous Hudson River Gothic house located downtown with a magnificent river view (it’s amazing!). The showhouse will be open with “controlled” tours beginning November 27 through December 13th.
Each year a non for profit organization receives donations from the ticket sales. The 2020 recipient is Hudson Valley Senior Residence on Washington Ave.
Glass, gifts and a special exhibit of etchings by Joseph Owczarek. Plus glassblowing most days in the Pablo Glass studio next door – free and open to the public. Extended hours through December 24. Mon – Thurs 11 to 4; Friday – Sunday 11 to 6. For information: 914.806.3573.
Meets on the second and fourth Thursday of each month in the Woodstock Library at 7:30 pm. The Male Room is a safe environment where men gather to discuss issues of importance in their lives. If interested, please contact Gary at 908-754-1101, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Support group for those adults who think about suicide. It is called “Live for Today” and it is open and confidential, welcoming anyone whether they’re in times of wellness or in times of need. It provides an opportunity to identify and connect with the part of us that wants to live, offer support to others and share coping tools. It meets every Tuesday from 5-6pm at 300 Aaron Court in Kingston. Info: 845-339-9090.
New Paltz Community Acupuncture will be offering a Free Addiction Recovery Acupuncture Clinic on Fridays from 7-9pm. A specific treatment using ear points only will be available free of charge. Come by and let acupuncture help to reduce cravings, assist the detox process, calm your nervous system, and support recovery. It is helpful for all types of addictions and all stages of recovery. Walk-ins only – first come, first served. 21 South Chestnut Street, New Paltz. For more information, call 845-255-2145 or log onto newpaltzacu.com.
Held every Fourth Friday of each from 10am-12 noon. Group offers support, information, educational speakers, exercise, social interaction and refreshments for people with PD, caregivers and friends. There is no charge for this group. Contact: Nancy Redkey, 914-475-2793; midhudsonparkinsons.org. Meets at the Unitarian Fellowship of Poughkeepsie, 67 South Randolph Ave, Poughkeepsie.
WMC Health offers emotional support, wellness, integrative and healing arts programs for people affected by cancer including cancer support groups for women of all ages, young women, men, caregivers, women with ovarian cancer, & people living with metastatic. Info, times and dates: 845-339-2071; email@example.com; hahv.org/service/cancer-support-program. Herbert H. and Sofia P. Reuner Cancer Support House 80 Mary’s Ave, Kingston.
The Male Room is a safe environment where men gather to discuss issues of importance in their lives. Meets on the second and fourth Thursday of each month in the Woodstock Library at 7:30 pm. Info: Gary @ 908-754-1101; firstname.lastname@example.org.
The American Cancer Society needs individuals who can volunteer one hour at least once a month to drive a cancer patient to a local cancer center in Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Dutchess, Ulster, Sullivan and Orange County. Locally, the greatest need is for drivers who can pick up patients at their home and take them to treatment — even one time once a month would be tremendously helpful, according to Patrice Lestrange Mack, Communications Director for the American Cancer Society. All drivers must have: A current, valid driver’s license, A good driving record, Access to a safe and reliable vehicle, Regular desktop, laptop, or tablet computer access, & Proof of car insurance. To learn more about volunteering for the Road To Recovery program, visit cancer.org/road.