GriefShare is a Care Group where you can get support for your broken heart after the death of a loved one and equips you on your travel from mourning to joy. Ages 18-104. A side effect of this study is a closer walk with Jesus.

All are welcome to begin attending this 13-week GriefShare Group at any time. Each session is “self-contained,” so one does not have to attend in sequence and may continue with GriefShare through the next 13-week cycle and view any of the sessions missed.
Participant Workbook fee of $15.00.

We offer GriefShare both on campus and online:
*Tuesday nights on campus from 7pm-9pm.
*Thursday nights online from 7pm-9pm.

Contact the Group Leader for more information or register by using this link: Register Here

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This women’s Care Group provides a healing place for women who have experienced any kind of abuse. We meet each Saturday afternoon on campus.
Please contact the Group Leader for more information.

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Have you made the devastating discovery that your spouse has been unfaithful to you? That he has been lying to you or deceiving you? Is your spouse viewing pornography, having an affair, or struggling with a sexual addiction and other related behaviors?
You have been thrust onto a painful journey you did not choose-but a journey you are not intended to do alone!
Please join us online in a safe, confidential community where you will be ale to find practical tools, resources, and information regarding critical steps to take toward healing from sexual betrayal. We are using resources from L.I.F.E. Recovery International to aid discussion and help guide the meetings. There is HOPE for your healing!
We meet online each Wednesday at 4:30pm. Contact the Group Leader, Cindy at (847) 630-1388, or fill out the form below for more details.
Contact the Group Leader

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Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees to attend.

Our open AA meeting is also listed in the Tucson Intergroup Schedule.
We meet on campus each Tuesday night from 6pm -7pm.

For more information, please visit www.aatucson.org or contact the Leader.
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We are a Christ centered SI recovery men’s Group.
We meet online every Monday from 7pm-8:30pm CST. Contact the Group Leader for more information.
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Dine 1-1 provides meals to individuals and families on a short-term basis to those in crisis through illness, hospital stays and deaths in the family.
Contact the Group Leader for more details.
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This Care Group is for families dealing with loved ones suffering from an addiction.
We meet online every other Thursday of each month from 5pm – 6:30pm.
Contact the Group Leader for more details.

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Abortion touches millions of women around the world, leaving them with emotional and spiritual wounds that are so deep they have difficulty sharing with others. If you have had an abortion, YOU ARE NOT ALONE. This Care Group uses a thorough application of God’s healing Word for the guilt, pain and grief after having an abortion.
The next 10-week Group will begin Thursday, April 1st 2021 at 6:00pm and will be held in a confidential support Group setting. There is a $15 curriculum fee for the study guide.
Contact Desi Goodwin at (520)465-4738 for more information or to preregister.

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Start rebuilding your life. This 13-week Christ-centered, Bible based program combines video seminars featuring top experts on divorce recovery with a support group led by folks who understand the pain and challenges of divorce. For anyone divorced or separated.
Join us for our DivorceCare sessions on Friday nights starting at 7pm online using Zoom. The next 13-week cycle begins April 9th 2021.
Contact the Group Leader for more information or register by using this link: Register Here

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Rescued Not Arrested is a ministry program that partners with chaplains nationwide to distribute NIV Bibles and study courses each year to inmates all over the country.
Our mens Care Group is a Prison Ministry Mentorship Program at the AZ State-Wilmot-Prison. We mentor to six inmates on a bi-weekly basis.
Contact the Group Leader for details or you can use the following link to request more information: Rescued Not Arrested Information

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This Group studies God’s word and His faithfulness toward us. We are a support group for those with cancer and surviving cancer that support each other with our journey through life.

We meet on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month from 2pm – 3:30pm on Pantano’s campus and online using Zoom.
Contact the Group Leader for more details.
Contact the Cancer Support Group Leader

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This is a Group for men striving towards sexual purity. We support each other and keep each other accountable using the Conquer Series curriculum.
We meet Wednesday nights from 7pm-8:30pm off campus and offer online participation through Zoom. Contact the Group Leader for more details.

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Arch Builders is a Bible based Recovery Group. We use the 12-Step recovery principles and the Recovery Bible together to share our struggles and our success in overcoming addictions and sin in our lives. We are Spiritually broken, and this world is broken, but we serve a God of Power and Love that heals the brokenhearted and gives us the victory in Him. All are welcome.
We meet each Sunday to attend the 9am service, then have Group between 10:15am-11:30am.

Contact the Group Leader for more information
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