Support Groups

Adolescent Loss Due to Addiction
Support Group
103 W Jefferson Morris, Illinois 60450

This 6 week session provided by Kathy Cherven RN, LCPC loss and grief counseling helps families understand the challenges they faced through their child’s addiction and the emotions of grief.

Issues: Coping Skills, Grief, Trauma and PTS

(815) 945 – 8098

Al-Anon is a support group that provides individuals with encouragement and understanding who have been associated with an alcoholic.

Alateen Teen Groups
Alateen Teen Groups
Addiction Treatment
Joliet Alano Club Joliet, IL

Alateen teen groups are for teens who have a heavy drinker in the family.   (Ages 10-18)

Saturdays 10:30 A.M.
Alcoholics Anonymous District 51
Alcoholism Recovery
1210 Wauponsee St, Morris, IL 60450

This group of men and women provide encouragement to one another through sharing their stories and offering advice on how to recover from alcoholism.

See Link for Dates and Times of Meetings
(815) 942-8005
AA District 51
Bereavement Support Group
Grief Counseling
Grundy Community Volunteer Hospice 518 W. Illinois Ave. Morris IL

After losing a loved one, members seeking support and a safe environment to share their feelings and stories find comfort in the bereavement support group through Hospice.

Second Tuesday of each month from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Breaking Free
Breaking Free
Addiction Treatment
120 Gale St., Aurora, IL 60506

Counseling for adolescents, adults, and families struggling with substance abuse. 

Breathers’ Support Group
Family Birthing Suites Classroom at Morris Hospital

This is for anyone who has been diagnosed with chronic lung disease who wishes to be involved in a general discussion about how to handle their illness by listening to a 20 minutes educational topic.  It is also an opportunity for each member to help encourage one another.  The sessions will be lead by a respiratory therapist.

See Link for dates and times of Meetings
Celebrate Recovery
Celebrate Recovery
Support Group
Nazarene Church
118 E Jefferson St, Morris, IL 60450
Thursdays at 6 PM
(815) 942-2000
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
Depression Treatment
333 N Madison St Joliet IL 60435

For people who struggle with depression this support group gives encouragement and helps educate those suffering.

Second and forth Wednesday of each month
Grundy County Caregiver Support Group
Support Group
Grundy County Administration Building
1320 Union Street, Morris IL

This support group is for any caregiver who is attending to a senior who suffers from a mental or physical illness such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, or cancer.

First Tuesday of every month from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Grundy County Health Department
Grundy County Administration Building
1320 Union St., Morris, IL 60450
Monday-Friday 8:00 AM-4:00 PM
Head and Neck Cancer Support Group
Cancer Support Group
Radiation Therapy Center of Morris Hospital, 1600 W. US Route 6, Morris

People with head and neck cancer or a history of head and neck cancer find consolation in this support group which helps individuals find community in others dealing with similar challenges.

Third Monday of the month 2-3 p.m.
Heart Failure Support Group
Heart Support Group
Whitman Assembly Room 2 at Morris Hospital

This support group combines a 15 minute educational presentation and advice for participants on how to live with their condition.

See link for dates and times of Meetings
I Can Cope
I Can Cope
Cancer Support Group
Radiation Therapy Center of Morris Hospital, 1600 W. US Route 6, Morris

This support group is for individuals suffering from cancer and their friends and families.  Topics differ depending on what month it is.  View the website for future topics, dates and times.

L.O.S.S. (Loving Outreach to Survivors of Suicide)
Mental Health Treatment
See Link for meeting place

For those who have lost a family member or a friend to suicide, this group offers a place of comfort to share their experiences.

The third Wednesday of every month, 7 – 9 pm
Call 815-723-0331
Look Good, Feel Better
Radiation Therapy Center of Morris Hospital, 1600 W. US Route 6, Morris

This program through Morris Hospital was created for women enduring cancer treatment.  Train volunteer cosmetologists come and teach the women how to deal with the side effects of cancer treatment which alter their appearance.  Free cosmetic kits are offered to individuals who participate.  See the link to the website for future dates and times.

Narcotics Anonymous Illinois
Addiction Treatment
317 Goold Park Drive Morris, IL 60450-1721

This group helps support men and women who have a drug problem.

See URL for times
National Alliance for Mental Illness Will-Grundy (NAMI)
417 W. Taylor Street, Suite 2E, Joliet, IL 60435

Supports individuals with mental illness as well as their families through education, advocacy, and outreach.

Parkinson’s Support Group
Parkinson’s Care
Provina Physical Rehab & Sports Injury Center 2132 Jefferson St. Joliet IL

This support group is for those suffering from Parkinson’s and their family members.

Third Wednesday of the month from 6 to 7:20 pm
Perinatal Bereavement Group
Support Group
St. Joseph Medical Center

A support group for families who have lost a child due to a miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal death, or death after birth.

2nd Monday of every month at 7 P.M.
815-72507133 ext 3474
Stroke & Aphasia Support Group
Support Group
Whitman Assembly Room 1 at Morris Hospital

For those who have had a stroke and are dealing with the difficulties that come with it, this support group provides constant support for these individuals and their families.

See link for dates and times
Stroke Support Group
Mental Health after a Stroke
Leeza’s Place at Provena Saint Joseph Medical Center 50 Uno Place Joliet IL 60435

This is a support group for stroke survivors and their families.

Last Thursday of every month at 3 p.m.
Caregiver Support Group
Grundy County Administration Building
1320 Union St., Morris, IL 60450

Support group for any caregiver who is attending to an individual that is 60 and older.

First Tuesday of each month from 1:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m.