Caregiver Support Group (North Seattle)

SHARING, LEARNING & SUPPORT
CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP

If you are a parent or caregiver with concerns about parenting a child with unique needs and challenges, want to learn, share information and support other caregivers, our Caregiver Support Group is for you!

We make every effort to offer helpful tools and a validating environment in which to grapple with and explore the challenges and joys of parenting.
We cover weekly topics relating to child development, behavior management, parent self-care, and parenting strategies with a mix of therapist presentation, group discussion, experiential learning, and group sharing. Topics will be determined once the group is formed and with parent input to customize to
ages and needs of the families attending.

Parents and caregivers with children enrolled for services at Ryther are welcome. We do offer childcare and space is limited, so please inquire for details and restrictions.

Ryther’s Parent Support Group meets weekly starting Wednesday, September 18
• Group meets Wednesdays 5:30pm-7:00 PM on Ryther’s main campus in Lake City

• Parents can enroll at any time
• Childcare and snacks provided. If interested, please inquire for details
• No charge for Medicaid clients; Private insurance accepted, co-pay applies
• Out of pocket cost is $75/session, sliding scale available for those that qualify

Please call 206.517.0234 for more information and to register.

Ryther’s Seven Challenges Group (North Seattle, weekly)

BECAUSE CHANGE IS A PROCESS, NOT AN EVENT…
SEVEN CHALLENGES GROUP

Change is a process, not an event. Designed to meet them where they’re at in this process, Seven Challenges is an evidence-based treatment approach for teens with substance-related problems and co-occurring disorders. In this group, we use journals, experiential activities, and discussion to encourage teens to honestly evaluate their life and choices, explore the pros and cons of substance use, develop problem recognition skills, and create effective long-term plans.

Ryther’s Seven Challenges Group meets Wednesdays from 5:30-7:00 pm on Ryther’s main campus in NE Seattle starting early May 2019.

• The group is available to clients enrolled in Co-Occurring (COD) or Substance Use Disorders (SUD services. There is no cost for Mental Health and Drug & Alcohol enrolled youth with Medicaid to attend.

• Participants are encouraged to commit to attend at least 6-8 sessions in order to provide time to genuinely explore the process of change.

• The group is ongoing so participants can join at any time.

• Snacks provided.

• Participants with Medicaid and Private insurance may need to complete a SUD assessment prior to attending their first group session. Please call intake for details.

Please call 206.517.0218 for more information and to register.

2400 NE 95th Street, Seattle, WA 98115

www.ryther.org98115206

Caregiver Support Group (North Seattle)

SHARING, LEARNING & SUPPORT
CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP

If you are a parent or caregiver with concerns about parenting a child with unique needs and challenges, want to learn, share information and support other caregivers, our Caregiver Support Group is for you!

We make every effort to offer helpful tools and a validating environment in which to grapple with and explore the challenges and joys of parenting.
We cover weekly topics relating to child development, behavior management, parent self-care, and parenting strategies with a mix of therapist presentation, group discussion, experiential learning, and group sharing. Topics will be determined once the group is formed and with parent input to customize to
ages and needs of the families attending.

Parents and caregivers with children enrolled for services at Ryther are welcome. We do offer childcare and space is limited, so please inquire for details and restrictions.

Ryther’s Parent Support Group meets weekly starting Wednesday, September 18
• Group meets Wednesdays 5:30pm-7:00 PM on Ryther’s main campus in Lake City

• Parents can enroll at any time
• Childcare and snacks provided. If interested, please inquire for details
• No charge for Medicaid clients; Private insurance accepted, co-pay applies
• Out of pocket cost is $75/session, sliding scale available for those that qualify

Please call 206.517.0234 for more information and to register.

Ryther’s Seven Challenges Group (North Seattle, weekly)

BECAUSE CHANGE IS A PROCESS, NOT AN EVENT…
SEVEN CHALLENGES GROUP

Change is a process, not an event. Designed to meet them where they’re at in this process, Seven Challenges is an evidence-based treatment approach for teens with substance-related problems and co-occurring disorders. In this group, we use journals, experiential activities, and discussion to encourage teens to honestly evaluate their life and choices, explore the pros and cons of substance use, develop problem recognition skills, and create effective long-term plans.

Ryther’s Seven Challenges Group meets Wednesdays from 5:30-7:00 pm on Ryther’s main campus in NE Seattle starting early May 2019.

• The group is available to clients enrolled in Co-Occurring (COD) or Substance Use Disorders (SUD services. There is no cost for Mental Health and Drug & Alcohol enrolled youth with Medicaid to attend.

• Participants are encouraged to commit to attend at least 6-8 sessions in order to provide time to genuinely explore the process of change.

• The group is ongoing so participants can join at any time.

• Snacks provided.

• Participants with Medicaid and Private insurance may need to complete a SUD assessment prior to attending their first group session. Please call intake for details.

Please call 206.517.0218 for more information and to register.

2400 NE 95th Street, Seattle, WA 98115

www.ryther.org98115206

Caregiver Support Group (North Seattle)

SHARING, LEARNING & SUPPORT
CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP

If you are a parent or caregiver with concerns about parenting a child with unique needs and challenges, want to learn, share information and support other caregivers, our Caregiver Support Group is for you!

We make every effort to offer helpful tools and a validating environment in which to grapple with and explore the challenges and joys of parenting.
We cover weekly topics relating to child development, behavior management, parent self-care, and parenting strategies with a mix of therapist presentation, group discussion, experiential learning, and group sharing. Topics will be determined once the group is formed and with parent input to customize to
ages and needs of the families attending.

Parents and caregivers with children enrolled for services at Ryther are welcome. We do offer childcare and space is limited, so please inquire for details and restrictions.

Ryther’s Parent Support Group meets weekly starting Wednesday, September 18
• Group meets Wednesdays 5:30pm-7:00 PM on Ryther’s main campus in Lake City

• Parents can enroll at any time
• Childcare and snacks provided. If interested, please inquire for details
• No charge for Medicaid clients; Private insurance accepted, co-pay applies
• Out of pocket cost is $75/session, sliding scale available for those that qualify

Please call 206.517.0234 for more information and to register.

Ryther’s Seven Challenges Group (North Seattle, weekly)

BECAUSE CHANGE IS A PROCESS, NOT AN EVENT…
SEVEN CHALLENGES GROUP

Change is a process, not an event. Designed to meet them where they’re at in this process, Seven Challenges is an evidence-based treatment approach for teens with substance-related problems and co-occurring disorders. In this group, we use journals, experiential activities, and discussion to encourage teens to honestly evaluate their life and choices, explore the pros and cons of substance use, develop problem recognition skills, and create effective long-term plans.

Ryther’s Seven Challenges Group meets Wednesdays from 5:30-7:00 pm on Ryther’s main campus in NE Seattle starting early May 2019.

• The group is available to clients enrolled in Co-Occurring (COD) or Substance Use Disorders (SUD services. There is no cost for Mental Health and Drug & Alcohol enrolled youth with Medicaid to attend.

• Participants are encouraged to commit to attend at least 6-8 sessions in order to provide time to genuinely explore the process of change.

• The group is ongoing so participants can join at any time.

• Snacks provided.

• Participants with Medicaid and Private insurance may need to complete a SUD assessment prior to attending their first group session. Please call intake for details.

Please call 206.517.0218 for more information and to register.

2400 NE 95th Street, Seattle, WA 98115

www.ryther.org98115206

Caregiver Support Group (North Seattle)

SHARING, LEARNING & SUPPORT
CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP

If you are a parent or caregiver with concerns about parenting a child with unique needs and challenges, want to learn, share information and support other caregivers, our Caregiver Support Group is for you!

We make every effort to offer helpful tools and a validating environment in which to grapple with and explore the challenges and joys of parenting.
We cover weekly topics relating to child development, behavior management, parent self-care, and parenting strategies with a mix of therapist presentation, group discussion, experiential learning, and group sharing. Topics will be determined once the group is formed and with parent input to customize to
ages and needs of the families attending.

Parents and caregivers with children enrolled for services at Ryther are welcome. We do offer childcare and space is limited, so please inquire for details and restrictions.

Ryther’s Parent Support Group meets weekly starting Wednesday, September 18
• Group meets Wednesdays 5:30pm-7:00 PM on Ryther’s main campus in Lake City

• Parents can enroll at any time
• Childcare and snacks provided. If interested, please inquire for details
• No charge for Medicaid clients; Private insurance accepted, co-pay applies
• Out of pocket cost is $75/session, sliding scale available for those that qualify

Please call 206.517.0234 for more information and to register.

Ryther’s Seven Challenges Group (North Seattle, weekly)

BECAUSE CHANGE IS A PROCESS, NOT AN EVENT…
SEVEN CHALLENGES GROUP

Change is a process, not an event. Designed to meet them where they’re at in this process, Seven Challenges is an evidence-based treatment approach for teens with substance-related problems and co-occurring disorders. In this group, we use journals, experiential activities, and discussion to encourage teens to honestly evaluate their life and choices, explore the pros and cons of substance use, develop problem recognition skills, and create effective long-term plans.

Ryther’s Seven Challenges Group meets Wednesdays from 5:30-7:00 pm on Ryther’s main campus in NE Seattle starting early May 2019.

• The group is available to clients enrolled in Co-Occurring (COD) or Substance Use Disorders (SUD services. There is no cost for Mental Health and Drug & Alcohol enrolled youth with Medicaid to attend.

• Participants are encouraged to commit to attend at least 6-8 sessions in order to provide time to genuinely explore the process of change.

• The group is ongoing so participants can join at any time.

• Snacks provided.

• Participants with Medicaid and Private insurance may need to complete a SUD assessment prior to attending their first group session. Please call intake for details.

Please call 206.517.0218 for more information and to register.

2400 NE 95th Street, Seattle, WA 98115

www.ryther.org98115206

Caregiver Support Group (North Seattle)

SHARING, LEARNING & SUPPORT
CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP

If you are a parent or caregiver with concerns about parenting a child with unique needs and challenges, want to learn, share information and support other caregivers, our Caregiver Support Group is for you!

We make every effort to offer helpful tools and a validating environment in which to grapple with and explore the challenges and joys of parenting.
We cover weekly topics relating to child development, behavior management, parent self-care, and parenting strategies with a mix of therapist presentation, group discussion, experiential learning, and group sharing. Topics will be determined once the group is formed and with parent input to customize to
ages and needs of the families attending.

Parents and caregivers with children enrolled for services at Ryther are welcome. We do offer childcare and space is limited, so please inquire for details and restrictions.

Ryther’s Parent Support Group meets weekly starting Wednesday, September 18
• Group meets Wednesdays 5:30pm-7:00 PM on Ryther’s main campus in Lake City

• Parents can enroll at any time
• Childcare and snacks provided. If interested, please inquire for details
• No charge for Medicaid clients; Private insurance accepted, co-pay applies
• Out of pocket cost is $75/session, sliding scale available for those that qualify

Please call 206.517.0234 for more information and to register.

Ryther’s Seven Challenges Group (North Seattle, weekly)

BECAUSE CHANGE IS A PROCESS, NOT AN EVENT…
SEVEN CHALLENGES GROUP

Change is a process, not an event. Designed to meet them where they’re at in this process, Seven Challenges is an evidence-based treatment approach for teens with substance-related problems and co-occurring disorders. In this group, we use journals, experiential activities, and discussion to encourage teens to honestly evaluate their life and choices, explore the pros and cons of substance use, develop problem recognition skills, and create effective long-term plans.

Ryther’s Seven Challenges Group meets Wednesdays from 5:30-7:00 pm on Ryther’s main campus in NE Seattle starting early May 2019.

• The group is available to clients enrolled in Co-Occurring (COD) or Substance Use Disorders (SUD services. There is no cost for Mental Health and Drug & Alcohol enrolled youth with Medicaid to attend.

• Participants are encouraged to commit to attend at least 6-8 sessions in order to provide time to genuinely explore the process of change.

• The group is ongoing so participants can join at any time.

• Snacks provided.

• Participants with Medicaid and Private insurance may need to complete a SUD assessment prior to attending their first group session. Please call intake for details.

Please call 206.517.0218 for more information and to register.

2400 NE 95th Street, Seattle, WA 98115

www.ryther.org98115206