Support Groups

ISNA Cares recognizes the difficulties faced by members of our community, and aspires to provide supportive programming to meet these needs. These programs are designed to provide emotional support, enable social connections, and to foster a strong sense of community. These programs include the mother’s support group, the father’s support group, and the caregiver’s support group.

Mother’s Support Group


As parenting can be a difficult, isolating, and overwhelming experience, it is essential for mother’s to be supported while navigating the difficulties that come with it. ISNA Cares mother’s support groups offer a safe, supportive, and non-judgemental environment for all mothers. Through providing emotional support, knowledge sharing, skills and tools for coping with stress, and being a space to build social connections, the mothers support group creates opportunities for meaningful connections with like-minded individuals, fostering a sense of community and friendship.


Father’s Support Group


The Father’s Support group is an innovative initiative established by ISNA Cares aimed at providing tailored mental health support and resources for fathers. Recognizing the unique challenges and pressures faced by fathers in today’s society, the program offers a safe and confidential space for fathers to share their concerns, seek guidance, and access culturally responsive counseling services. This program strives to promote mental well-being, strengthen familial bonds, and enhance the overall quality of life for fathers and their families.


Caregiver’s Support Group


The ISNA Cares caregiver’s support group  is dedicated to offering specialized support and resources for those caring for individuals with mental or physical health challenges. Understanding the unique pressures and responsibilities caregivers face, this group provides a confidential and empathetic environment for members to share experiences, seek advice, and access relevant educational resources. The goal of this program is to support and empower caregivers to maintain their well-being while effectively navigating the complexities of caregiving.