Are you looking for a safe and secure environment to receive support and develop coping strategies? H20 provides just that. Our events page is regularly updated with the latest information on support groups and how to access them. During the meeting, attendees will be provided with the latest updates on the upcoming symposium on rare neuroimmune disorders (RNDS) taking place in Columbus from September 19-21, the Ohio Walk-Run-N-Roll event following the RNDS on Sunday, September 22, our partnership with Ohio Health, and more. There will also be time allocated for presentations and sharing of information.
If you have already attended a support group meeting, you know the benefits that come with it. If you are considering joining for the first time, you won't regret it. You will find that connecting with someone who has been diagnosed with a rare neuroimmune disorder is invaluable. We also use external services such as Google Webfonts, Google Maps, and external video providers.
Since these providers may collect personal data such as your IP address, we give you the option to block them here. Please note that this may significantly reduce the functionality and appearance of our site. The changes will take effect once you reload the page. MHAOhio and OhioHealth both sponsor support groups in Franklin County to help those directly struggling with various mental health issues, as well as groups for their families and loved ones.
These groups are designed to provide a safe space where people with similar issues can receive emotional and moral support and gain useful information. So how often do these meetings take place? Support group meetings are typically held once a month or every other month. However, this can vary depending on the group and its members. It's important to check the events page regularly for updates on when meetings are taking place. If you're looking for a safe space to receive support and develop coping strategies, consider attending a support group meeting in Columbus, Ohio. You'll find that connecting with someone who has been diagnosed with a rare neuroimmune disorder is invaluable.
Plus, you'll get the latest updates on upcoming events and symposiums.