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Joining a Here Tomorrow support group connects you with people who understand your experiences and provides a strong support system that can improve your well-being.

Here tomorrow has been a wonderful experience. Every Monday and Thursday there are group sessions where anyone and everyone is welcome. The counselors are relatable and caring. Your able to openly speak and not feel judged. We've been able to build a community and bond because of this. Don't hesitate to come. No matter is to little or to big.

Jason O.

Available Support Groups

Mental Health Hydration

Weekly Support Group

Every Monday & Thursday: 5:30pm-6:30pm 


In Person

The Meeting Place:

910 3rd Street, Neptune Beach, FL 32266

Our mental health hydration support group is open to the public and aims to enhance a sense of community, well-being, and resilience. You do not need to be enrolled in our peer support program to attend. We use a person-centered approach to create a space where you can openly share about your mental health challenges, receive feedback and support if desired, and become a part of a community that truly understands. There is no wrong way to participate; you can simply come just to have a space in which to feel your emotions. Our group is led by two peer support specialists who protect the confidentiality, respect, and safety of group members and will ensure that all members feel a sense of belonging.

For more information, please call or text (904) 372-9087.

On Your 6

Military & First Responders Focused Group

Every Tuesday: 12:00pm-1:00pm
Every Wednesday: 5:30pm-6:30 pm
In Person or Virtual (hybrid)

The Meeting Place:
910 3rd Street, Neptune Beach, FL 32266

Virtual:
tinyurl.com/Here-Tomorrow

This support group is facilitated by and developed for active duty military and veterans and first responders, including police, fire rescue, corrections, and dispatch. This is an open discussion group where we focus on the unique needs of our professions, including transitioning out of service into civilian life, family support, and many other topics. This is a hybrid group, so you can attend in person or virtually.

For more information, please call or text (904) 372-9087.

Each of Us

LGBTQ+ (18+YO) Group

Every Friday: 5:30pm-6:30pm
In Person or Virtual (hybrid)

The Meeting Place:
910 3rd Street, Neptune Beach, FL 32266

Virtual:
tinyurl.com/eachofusgroup

This open discussion group offers support to and is led by members of the LGBTQ+ community. Times are changing for the better, but being one of us comes with its own particular experiences and challenges. This group is here so that each of us has a place of inclusion where we can talk about life as we live it. This is a hybrid group, so you can attend in person or virtually.

For more information, please call or text (904) 372-9087.

Melanin Minds

Black Community

Last Tuesday of Each Month: 5:30pm-6:30pm
In Person or Virtual (hybrid)

The Meeting Place:
910 3rd Street, Neptune Beach, FL 32266

Virtual:
tinyurl.com/melaninmindsht

This support group was formed to provide a safe space for those who identify as being a part of the Black community, where the topic of mental health is too often taboo. This space is open to show how important it is to normalize the discussion of emotions and feelings, as well as the struggle that comes with being Black within and outside of the community. This group is hybrid to reach as many individuals as possible, so you can join in person or virtually.

For more information, please call or text (904) 372-9087.

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Benefits of a Mental Health Support Group

If you’re dealing with a stressful life change, challenge, or difficult situation, you don’t have to go it alone. A support group can help with:

  • Feeling less lonely, isolated or judged
  • Reducing distress, depression, anxiety or fatigue
  • Talking openly and honestly about your feelings
  • Improving skills to cope with challenges
  • Staying motivated to manage chronic conditions or stick to treatment plans
  • Gaining a sense of empowerment, control or hope
  • Improving understanding of a disease and your own experience with it
  • Getting practical feedback about treatment options
  • Learning about health, economic or social resources