meet the hyannis team
Our Monthly Calendar
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**All meetings will last roughly 1 hour & will continue without any disruption or disconnection**
Our Group Descriptions
All Addictions and How we Recover: Anything peers want to discuss about what they may be addicted to and how we move forward.
Celebrating the Small Things and Milestones: Discussion of what you consider a success and/or achievement.
Difficult Emotions: The group looks at tough and challenging emotions and shares coping skills.
DRA: Dual Recovery Anonymous
Fish Bowl: Life statements pulled out of a fish bowl, by facilitator. Peers share their opinion as to pertains to them or their life.
Games Group: A more light-hearted group with different games and puzzles to engage peers to share.
Good Morning Goals: A way to start off the day with sharing our goals, short term and/or long term; and what we may need to attain them.
Health and Nutrition: Discussion of how physical activity, self-care, and good nourishment can balance out our mental health wellness.
Loneliness and Depression: Discussion about feelings and what we are dealing with during Covid-19.
Mental Health in Review: Discussions of what “Mental Health in Review” means to each individual and discuss what would be helpful for them to know.
Music: Individuals choose a song to play. After the song the individual explains what that songs means to them.
Open Discussion: Peers and/or facilitator can suggest topic/topics of discussion.
Peers Choice: Peers have their choice of group topics based on what we have on the RCC schedule.
Peer Review: Wrapping up the day with feedback from peers, on any issues (positive or negative) or changes they would like to see happen. Discussions of gratitude.
Peer Support: Any subject or issue that an individual may have, that is shared with peers for possible feedback/coping skills.
RCC Pride: A group made for members of the LGBTQ+ community to come together for peer support.
Relaxation and Guided Meditation: Meditation then discussion.
Self-Harm and Reduction: Many people engage in acts of self-harm, but the stigma makes it difficult to discuss. Here we have real talk about self-harm and how to reduce harm.
TAY Life Balance: Focus on making a balanced schedule.
TAY Self-Advocacy: This is a group for young adults to learn their rights and how to advocate for themselves in various areas of life.
TAY Expressive Arts: An opportunity for peers to get creative and express themselves through art.
Woman’s Group: Any issue facing woman on their recovery journey.