Support Groups and Parenting Classes

Boone County Cancer Dialogue Group
Sponsored by ParRTI
First Christian Church
915 S. Maple Street, Harrison
Meets bi-monthly, first and third Monday
4 p.m.
(870) 741-5757

Caregivers Support Group
Adult Day Center available upon request
1510 Rock Springs Road, Harrison
Meets monthly, first Wednesday
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
(870) 743-1623

Circle of Life Teen Pregnancy Support Group
North Arkansas College Center Campus
303 North Main Street, Suite 304, Harrison
Meets Monthly, various dates TBD
4:30-5:30 p.m.
(870) 301-3506

Diabetes Support Group
North Arkansas College Center Campus
303 North Main Street, Suite 304, Harrison
Meets monthly, second Thursday
3 p.m.
(870) 743-CHRC (2472)

Grief Support Group
Sponsored by Legacy Hospice
First Baptist Church
1400 South Pine Street, Harrison
Meets weekly, every Wednesday
10 a.m.
(870) 743-6996

Grief Support Group
Sponsored by Hospice of the Hills
First Presbyterian Church
220 N. Arbor Dr., Harrison
Meets weekly, every Tuesday
10 a.m.
(870) 365-2100

Love & Logic Parenting Support Class
North Arkansas College Center Campus
303 North Main Street, Suite 304, Harrison
Please call for current schedule
(870) 391-3252

Newton County Cancer Dialogue Group
Sponsored by ParRTI
Newton County Senior Center
100 East Clark Street, Jasper
Meets bi-monthly, first and third Wednesday
2:30 p.m.
(870) 446-5531

Parkinson’s Disease Support Group
North Arkansas College Center Campus
303 North Main Street, Suite 304, Harrison
Meets monthly, second Tuesday
1 p.m.
(870) 743-CHRC (2472)

Youth Diabetic Support Group
North Arkansas College South Campus
1515 Pioneer Drive, Room M137, Harrison
Meets monthly, second Thursday
6:30 p.m.
(870) 365-6456

Parenting Classes
These free classes provide training and support for families experiencing the challenges of rearing children. They will include six group sessions (once a week for two hours,) a participant workbook and an opportunity to interact with other parents and learn new skills. The course will show you how to communicate effectively, set boundaries, prevent and handle drug and alcohol abuse, discipline while teaching responsibility, encourage better behavior and encourage non-violent ways of conflict resolution.

Space is limited. To reserve a set for to get more information, contact NAPHE at (870) 391-3529.