is a federal program that provides nutrition education, supplemental foods,breastfeeding promotion and support and referrals to health care.
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The new positive Solution-oriented support group for FMS and CFS meets at 6 p.m. the third Tuesday of each month.
meets 10:30AM second Fridays at Pardee Educatoin Center, Blue RidgeMall. This group features speakers and camaraderie for stroke survivors and caregivers.
Mission St. Joseph’s holds a variety of cancer outreach programs for people with cancer or people in recovery. Visit the website for all the meeting days and times.
Guided by over a century of service, the Hendersonville Woman’s Club continues to provide a platform for all women to advance the common good with a view toward the future where even small successes, when taken together, are proof of the concept that every individual person makes a difference in creating a better world. The next regular meeting location is available here.
meets at 4PM on the third Tuesday of each month at Hendersonville UMC,Â 204 6th Ave. W.
orientation meeting is at noon on Thursdays at Pathways.
Jackie Whitaker with the Area Agency on Aging at Land-of-Sky Regional Council will answer questions about aging programs in Henderson County the first Wednesday of each month at the Sammy Williams Senior Center. Lunch is provided for persons 60 and over.
a program designed to help participants find freedom from a variety of addictions, Wednesdays, 5-6 pm at A Clear Word Counseling Center, 316 Erkwood Drive, Hendersonville, NC 28739.
meets from noon-1pm the second Wednesday of each month at the Alzheimer’s Association, WNC Chapter Office in Asheville. Sessions are free of charge but space is limited. Please call in advance.Â Bring a brown bag lunch. Drinks and cookies will be provided.
meets at 11:00AM the second Wednesday of each month at MAHEC, 501 BiltmoreAve., Asheville, second floor classrooms.
meets from 5:30-7pm Mondays and 10:30am-noon on Tuesdays at Pathways in Asheville. They also meet at 10am on Wednesdays at the Pardee Education Center.
meets at 6:30pm the third Thursday of each month, except December, at Pardee Health Center, Blue Ridge Mall.
meets at 10:30 a.m. the third Wednesday of each month at Thoms Rehab in Asheville.
is a 12-step recovery program for partners, family and friends of sexaholics. We share our experience, strength and hope to helps solve our common problems. Call confidential voice mail in Asheville for more information.
meets from 10AM-noon the second Tuesday in the Carolina Baptist Association building. Call for more information.
is a Herpes support group that meets at 7pm the first Tuesday of each month in the MAHEC building. Call 828-231-7812 (confidential voicemail) or email [email protected] for more information.
The meeting, which is offered for those in recovery from all eating disorders including Anorexia, Bulimia, and Binge Eating Disorder. The meetings are on Tuesdays, 5:30 pm at 120 D Chadwick Square, Hendersonville (off Hwy. 25 S. toward Flat Rock) and Fridays, 4:30 pm at 370 N. Louisiana Ave # G4, Asheville, NC 28806.
meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 10AM at the Brevard-Davidson Presbyterian Church, 249 E. Main Street, Brevard. For more information, please e-mail Jane at [email protected] for information.
meets from 10-11:30AM the second Tuesday of each month in the Carolina Baptist Assoc. building, corner of Hebron and Willow. Call Christina Jacob, LCSW, Park RidgeHome Health
is a monthly program designed to answer questions one-on-one about diet, nutrition,vitamins, minerals and more at Pardee Memorial Hospital, Hendersonville.
meets at 7pm the first Wednesday of each month at the First Citizens Bank Community Room at 129 Fifth Avenue West. Speakers and discussion on natural healing.
offers a variety of groups to help you through life circumstances. 403 Rutledge Drive.
supports families whose children have serious emotional and behavioral issues. Monthly support meetings,Supportive Connections, resources, and a library. Helping families with birth, adopted, and foster children who may suffer from bipolar, post traumatic stress, ADHD, autism, or other issues.
is a support group for parents of children with special needs. This group meets at10am on the third Saturday of each month at the Children and FamilyResource Center. Call for more information.
meets from 1-3pm on the third Wednesday of each month at Pardee Education center in the Blue Ridge Mall.
Strengthening families is the goal of the Depart of Family and Consumer Sciences at NC Sate University and this program. These programs focus on preventative education and provide knowledge needed by families to improve their quality of life through programs and education in: human development; foods nutrition and food safety; family resource management; and human environment.
is a non-profit community organization offering support, education, info, and referrals for disordered eating.
7-8:30PM Wednesday, Women’s Resource Center, Annex Building, 50 Doctors Drive, Asheville.
4-5:30PM Thursdays, UNCA Counseling Center
is a fellowship of men and women who share their struggles and offer support, experience, strength, and hope. Through working a spiritually-based 12-step program, participants overcome the compulsion to overeat/undereat. Meets 6:30-7:30PM Mondays at Balfour UMC, 2567 Asheville Highway. Call Lisa for more information.
is a goods and nutrition program that teaches income eligible participants how to stretch their food dollars, plan nutritious and health meals for their families and food preparation skills. Participants attend four weekly classes from 10:00am to 2:00pm and earn a certificate upon completing of the classes.
support group for women meets 5:30-7PM Thursdays at the Healing Place. For more information, call Pendy.
is a sexual assault response and resource center which offers support groups for adult survivors of sexual assault. The Healing Place is located at 100B Chadwick Sq. Court. All services provided by the Healing Place are at no cost to the client.
is a 12-step fellowship for recovery from compulsive patterns of lust, romance, destructive relationships, sexual thoughts or sexual behavior.
Safelight is a nonprofit agency that provides support for survivors of interpersonal violence, sexual assault and child abuse. We make it possible for families who want to be free of violent relationships, to succeed. We make hope real.
Weekly support group for mill school-age girls recovering from sexual trauma, meets 5:30 to 6:30pm Thursdays at the Healing Place.
meets at 7pm every first Tuesday of the month at the Alcove meeting room on the second floor of MAHEC at 501 Biltmore Avenue. The meetings offer a confidential setting for sharing information, including drug suppression therapy.
Participants learn topics such as food safety, choosing health foods, meal planning, and food budgeting. Participants make weekly appointments for lessons in their homes or at an extension site. Lessons last about one hour and include preparation and hands-on activities.
The Hendersonville AA and Al-Anon meeting schedules are now on-line!
offers a variety of bereavement services, which are open to the community, including regular meetings of support groups.
meets 7 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, and 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at Day Reporting and Restitution Center, First Avenue East, Hendersonville.
TOPSÂ® is a non-profit international family of all ages, sizes, and shapes from all walks of life, dedicated to helping eachother Take Off and Keep Off Pounds Sensibly.
- TOPS No. 185Â meets from 5:15PM Tuesdays at E. Flat Rock UMC, Spartanbur Highway. Â For more information, call 692-2071.
- TOPS No. 186Â meets at 8:30AM Wednesdays at Covenant Presbyterian Church, 2010 Kanuga Road, Hendersonville. Â Call 698-8054 for more information.
meets 6PM-7:30PM Tuesdays at First Baptist Church Annex, 5th Ave. at Buncombe. Â Call Bridgette Davis for more information.
meets at 7pm the first Monday of the month in the Community Room of First Citizens Bank. Educational and professional, speakers and activities for parents and children.
The nation’s blood banks, represented by the American Red Cross, American Association of Blood Banks, and America’s Blood Centers, are asking for immediate blood donations to boost already low blood supplies. Blood is traditionally in short supply due to the holidays, travel schedules, inclement weather, and illness. Individuals are asked to support their local blood centers by making and keeping an appointment to donate immediately.
meets first Monday of each month at 7:30PM.
is a Â school-based health clinic, provides immunizations, well and sick care,nutritional and mental health counseling in Hendersonville.
meets at 9:30am the second Wednesday of the month at the Pardee Education Center. Programs deal with healing the hard-of-hearing. Public is invited.
Hands On’s mission is to provide children and families with “hands on” educational experiences that stimulate the imagination and motivate learning in a fun, safe environment.
meets 1:00 to 2:30pm the first Monday of each month at the Sammy Williams’ Senior Center.
meets at 7pm the third Thursday of each month at Hendersonville First United Methodist Church. Doors open at 6pm.
A support group for parents who have lost children, grandparents who have lost grandchildren and siblings who have lost siblings, meets at 7:00PM the first Monday of each month at All souls Episcopal Church, Biltmore. For more information, call Shirley or Chris Drake.
meets from 7-8:30 pm the first and third Tuesday every month at the Pardee HealthEducationCenter, Blue Ridge Mall.
provides friendship counseling, free pregnancy tests, maternity and baby clothes, other help and referrals.
A series of classes for pregnant women and their families; and new parents. Topics include minor discomforts of pregnancy and labor, labor and delivery,nutrition in pregnancy, newborn care, breastfeeding, infant development, etc. Attendees that complete the series receive a layette item such as humidifier.
The Camera Club of Hendersonville’s general meeting is on the 4th Tuesday at the Chamber of Commerce, 204 Kanuga Rd. beginning at 6:30 pm.
meets at 10AM the second Wednesday of the month at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, corner of Kanuga and Price Street. Open to women interested in information and/or support in breastfeeding.
The NAMI Family Support Group is for persons who know someone with a mental illness who is a relative or someone they care about.
Grace Lutheran Church (Corner of Sixth Avenue and Blythe)
1245 6th Ave W, Hendersonville, NC 28791
Fourth Saturday of every month, 10 AM