Support When You Need It

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Be Kind to Your Mind

When & Where?
2nd Tuesday Every Month from 6:30 - 8:30 PM, the Stafford House,

 711 Seminole Ave, Orlando, Florida 32804

For Who? Anyone!

About: General group for anyone who wants to support their mental wellness. Each attendee takes about 10 minutes (if we want to) to vent. Afterwards, you can decide if you want feedback, advice, or if you just wanted to vent. Light snacks and fuzzy blankets encouraged! We end with a group meditation. More info.

Butterfly Talks

When & Where?  

1st & 3rd Wednesday Every Month from 6:30-8:00 PM

507 E. Michigan St. Orlando, FL 

For Who? All Trans individuals and LGBTQ+ Women

About: A safe place to build friendships and a sense of community among questioning, lesbian, multiple-gender loving, queer women and all transgender individuals. Social gatherings are occasional organized in addition to general meetings. More info.


 When & Where? 

3rd Tuesday of Each Month from 6:30-8PM 

3001 Aloma Ave, Winter Park, FL Room 106

For Who? 

 Anyone with a chronic physical condition, a mobility impairment, or that is differently abled.  

About: A nonjudgemental space to share experiences with chronic physical conditions, mobilitiy impariments, or different abilities. More info.


 When & Where?

  2nd Friday of Each Month 6:30 - 8:00 PM 

The Center 946 N Mills Ave, Orlando, FL 32803

For Who?

 All LGBTQIA+ Identifying Asians


About: Lotus aims to forge community for all Asian LGBTQ+ communities by creating a space to get together to form friendships as we discuss a multitude of topics. More info.

Peer-Led Autism Group

 When & Where?

1st Thursday of the month from 6:30-8:00 PM 

Ashbury United Methodist Church 220 W Horatio Ave, Maitland, FL 32751 Room 10 

For Who?

 Autistic adults of all levels of independent living 


About: We welcome diversity and autistic adults of all levels of independent living to join us in building new friendships, expanding social skills, and growing support systems with similar experienced individuals. More info. 

Self-Love Club

When & Where?

1st Thursday of each month from 6PM-7:30PM 
"The Little Red House"

644 W Princeton St, Orlando, FL 32804

For Who? 

Anyone working on a positive relationship with their bodies and minds.

About: A safe, non-judgmental environment for all bodies and all genders to explore positive relationships with their bodies and selves with other peers working towards doing the same. More info.

Peer Network of Central Florida

 When & Where?

Multiple dates, check more info link. 

United Against Poverty, Suite D 150 W Michigan St, Orlando, FL 32806

For Who?

 Certified Recovery Peer Specialists, Peer Group Facilitators, Peer Professionals, and Aspiring Peer Specialists 


About: A group to support one another, bolster their professional skills, share community resources, combat compassion burnout, and join our collective voices together with other Florida Networks to advocate for the peer recovery movement. More info.

Take Care of YOU!

When & Where?

  • 4th Saturday: 207 O'Brien Rd., Casselberry, Florida 32730
  • 1st Monday: 711 Seminole Ave. Orlando, FL 32804 

For Who? Healing Professionals 

About: A group for healing professionals to “take off their work caps” and support one another in order to build support systems and combat burnout with others in similar shoes. More info.

Triumph Over Trauma

When & Where? 

Every 2nd Tuesday of the month from 2:00 - 3:30 PM at 880 Martin Luther King, Kissimmee, FL 34741 

For Who? All sexual-assault survivors welcome, must be 18+

About:  a peer-led group for sexual-assault survivors to get together in a non-judgmental, affirming space to connect with one another and heal together through shared lived experiences. More info.

Women Aging Together

When & Where? 

1st and 3rd Friday from 2:30-3:30PM, 18401 11th Ave., Bithlo, FL

For Who?
Women 50+

A gathering of women who are 50+, supporting each other over some coffee and tea. . More info.

In addition to the above groups, we are currently working on creating groups for:

Domestic Violence Survivors, Human Trafficking Survivors, Black Women, Young POC living HIV+, Individuals with Chronic Pain Conditions, Veterans, Immigrant Youth, Caregivers, Parents of Special Needs Children, Returning Citizens, Crime Survivors, Disaster Survivors, Medical Professionals, Grieving Individuals, Family Members of Suicide Survivors, Adults with ADHD, those relocated from Hurricane Maria, Adults with ADHD, Healing through Creative Arts and more. To bring up a community need, for questions, or for more information please email our Director of Peer Services, Dani, at