Support Groups

Support groups provide confidential, comfortable environments  for people to share their problems, learn new information, have meaningful discussions, and better manage their issues.

MHG offers several peer-led self-help support groups which do not require preregistration and are free of charge. We also co-facilitate the Women’s Emotional Wellness group along with the Women’s Resource Center of Greensboro. Contact MHG at 336-373-1402 to learn more about what support groups are offered, to figure out which group is the right fit for you, and to get information about support group locations and parking.

All of our groups are peer-led by trained facilitators who have a diagnosis or experience with the group’s focus. These groups provide a welcoming, supportive environment where you can be yourself without fear of stigma or judgment, and a place where you don’t feel alone.

Click on the links below to learn more about individual support groups.


Road To Recovery

Road to Recovery is Mental Health Greensboro’s core peer-led support group for those who have experience with mental illness and/or mental health recovery, current or past. There are three Road to Recovery group meetings each week.

In Road to Recovery, you can learn more about diagnoses and learn strategies to maintain emotional, mental, and physical well-being. You can connect with other people who have similar symptoms and challenges, finding common ground and sharing experiences.

  • Intended for individuals with mental health diagnoses.
  • Trained facilitators have a diagnosis or experience with the group’s focus.
  • Participants must be 18 years or older.
  • All meetings are confidential.

Meeting Details:

Tuesdays, 7-8:30 PM
Our Tuesday night support group meets in the MHG office located at 700 Walter Reed Drive in Greensboro.

Thursdays, 7-8:30 PM 
This meeting occurs at our Recovery Culture Club located in the Guilford County Behavioral Health Urgent Care.

Location: Recovery Culture Club
931 Third Street
Greensboro NC 27405

Saturdays, 10-11:30 AM
Location: Recovery Culture Club
931 Third Street, Greensboro, NC

Detailed instructions for getting to MHG can be found here.

Family and Friends

Family & Friends is a support group sponsored by Mental Health Greensboro for individuals who have a loved one with a mental health concern. This support group meets online.

Our peer-led group provides a welcoming, supportive environment. In Family & Friends you can learn strategies to maintain your emotional, mental, and physical well-being while supporting your loved one.

We offer factual information, strategies for assisting rather than enabling your loved one, and ways to open up dialogue. We help people learn to not lose sight of their loved one’s strengths and abilities.

  • Intended for individuals who have loved
    one with a mental health condition.
  • Participants must be 18 years or older.
  • All meetings are confidential.

Meeting Details:

Tuesdays, 7-8:30 PM
Location: ONLINE.

For information on how to join this support group please register at .

Women’s Emotional Wellness

Women’s Emotional Wellness is a support group co-facilitated by MHG and the Women’s Resource Center of Greensboro. This group connects women who share similar experiences in their life’s journey, fostering understanding, compassion and support. Peer-led groups provide opportunities for members to exchange information, advice, coping skills, and to receive emotional support from others who can relate. This support group meets IN PERSON at the Women’s Resource Center and also online via ZOOM.

Meeting Details:

Wednesdays, 12:30-2:00 PM
Location: Women’s Resource Center,
628 Summit Avenue Greensboro, NC 27405

To join this support group online, please email for details.

Note: New participants please call to register at (336) 275-6090


Renewal Support Group is a peer-led support group providing a judgement-free setting for the LGBTQ community to come together and support each other with mental health recovery.

Meeting Details:

Wednesdays, 7:00-8:30 PM
Location: ONLINE.

Email for information on how to join us online.

Detailed instructions for getting to MHG can be found here.

Grief & Loss

Grief & Loss is a peer-led support group that aims to support members working through feelings of grief and loss and to help in healing through a sense of community. We are not alone in our grief and we are here for one another to help in coping and healing. This support group meets in our office at 700 Walter Reed Drive, Greensboro, NC 27403.

Meeting Details:

Tuesdays, 7:00-8:30 PM


Mental Health Greensboro Office

700 Walter Reed Dr., Greensboro, NC 27403

Join our Grief & Loss Facebook Group.

H.E.R. Black Women’s Support Group

H.E.R. which stands for Hope Empowered Recovery, is a group that lifts up black women and creates an environment of understanding and support for those struggling with issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, emotional wellness, and other mental health concerns.

Our H.E.R. support group aims to help black women gain an understanding of issues facing the black community and the world around. Peers will get support and guidance from other black women, express and manage emotions and promote healing within the support group community.

This support group meets online via ZOOM

Meeting Details:

Thursdays, ONLINE 7:00-8:30 PM

To gain access to this online peer support group, email for instructions or join our H.E.R. Facebook Group to access instructions there.

L.I.F.E After COVID Support Group

L.I.F.E. After COVID is a support group for everyone.   Everyone has been affected by the pandemic that has swept through our nation in the past year whether it be psychologically, financially, socially, or physically. In this group, we will support each other as we discuss the ramifications and impact COVID has had on our lives and how we can live our best life while the threat and effects of the virus remain at the forefront of our society.

Meeting Details:

Fridays, ONLINE 2:30-4:30 PM.


Guilford County Behavioral Health Center

931 Third St., Greensboro, NC, 27405

To gain access to this online peer support group, email for instructions.