Better is Possible.
FamilyMeans provides a variety of groups & classes to support individuals and families through life’s challenges. Click the class or group to learn more about how to register today!
Because of the current COVID-19 crisis, many of our classes/groups have been postponed or moved to a virtual format. For information about these classes please contact us at 651-439-4840. Thank you.
Caregiving & Aging
Community Connection - Summer Session VIRTUAL Series! Thursdays 10am - 11am July 30, Aug. 6, 13, and 20
Ted Bowman Presents: Caregiver Stress, Ambiguity, and Resiliency During a Pandemic VIRTUAL Class! Tuesday, August 11, 1pm - 2:30pm
Powerful Tools for Caregivers (PTC) Six Week VIRTUAL series - Two session options this Fall!
Session 1 PTC begins Wednesday, August 12 through September 16, 1:30pm - 3:30pm
Session 2 PTC begins Wednesday, September 9 through October 14th 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Day Out! Every Friday 10am – 2pm
Caring for Someone with Memory Loss Support Group 1st Wednesday of each month 1pm-3pm
South Washington County Caregiver Resource Hour 3rd Wednesday of each month 3:30pm – 4:30pm
Coffee and Conversation 3rd Friday of each month 10am-11am
Memory Café – Cottage Grove 1st Tuesday of each month 10am-11:30am
Memory Café – Lake Elmo Inn 2nd Monday of each month 9am-10:30am
Memory Café – Woodbury 2nd Tuesday of each month 1pm – 2:30pm
Memory Café – Hugo 4th Wednesday of each month 1:30pm – 3pm
Contact Financial Solutions Educator, Suzy Wheeler, at SWheeler@familymeans.org to learn more about financial educational opportunities and register.
Counseling & Therapy
Contact us at 651-439-4840 to learn what support groups, group therapy, and educational classes are available at this time.
Center for Grief & Loss
Therapy groups to help people process through their grief and loss in a different way than they are able to in individual, couples, or family therapy.
The therapy groups at the Center are closed groups meaning the people who start the group are in the group through all sessions. Often therapy groups have a limited number of participants (5-8 people).
To learn more call 651-641-0177.