Healthy Relationships Kujenga Wellness Mental Health & Support

Support Groups

We are proud to offer a collection of support groups designed to provide a safe place for women, men, parents, caregivers, and guardians to grow, learn and connect. Our groups are facilitated by a Psychotherapist/ Social Worker or Child in Youth Care Worker who specializes in using an anti-oppressive and holistic framework to healing. To Learn more, or Register contact info@kujengafamily.org.


Kujenga (to build) Restoration: Co-parenting support group. This group is helpful for separated or divorced parents, sole parents, guardians, kin parents, foster and adoptive parents.


Workshops

Need just a quick refresher? Join us for workshops on multiple topics that may provide you information and resources to better support you and your family. Register for these workshops on Eventbrite or check our calendar for Upcoming Events.


Men’s Talk is a support group for men, fathers, and father-figures to talk, share, and explore issues that influence men the most.


We may enter our lives alone, but we are in this together. It takes a village to raise a child, and a village to support us raising the child.

Nicole Perryman

Queen’s Unitea women’s support group to build in healthy relationships, sense of self and identity, and more.


“Not ready for the “camera” or “in-person” session”

Consult with our Family Outreach Team for individual support and guidance in your family and within your life.

Learn about community resources that may be helpful for you.

Review our Blog for information and articles that we are constantly building to improve your understanding and awareness of key issues.

Black Youth Space

Kujenga Wellness Project, Nicole Perryman collaborated with the Black Youth Space to support their parent session. The sessions were geared to supporting parents with their role, seeking supports, and ensuring they invest in their wellness and health. Black Youth Space is hosted by the Urban Alliance on Race Relations. The Urban Alliance on Race Relations […]

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