Support Groups


If you or someone you know is grieving, please join us in a safe and caring environment as we help each other navigate the often lonely road of grief. We offer age appropriate peer-to-peer support groups for children and teens ages 4 to 18 as well as for their parent/guardian/adult. Our groups are run by trained volunteer facilitators and

all services are FREE of charge.

When: May 2nd, May 16th and June 3rd from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Where: Groups will be held in person outdoors at Camp Foster (36 Camp Allen Road, Bedford, NH

Registration is required: If you are new to Friends of Aine, please fill out the FAMILY REGISTRATION and PARTICIPATION WAIVER and email to or mail to 146 Lowell St., Manchester, NH 03104.

If you are a returning family, please sign up directly HERE.

For more information, please call Mandi Sutton at 603-668-1207

or email at

Please see attached information about support groups that may be appropriate for your teen students.

Transgender & Nonbinary Teen Talk Group is appropriate for any teen (13-18 usually) who identifies as transgender, nonbinary/genderqueer or is questioning. This group meets the first Friday/month 530pm-645pm at 10 Ferry Street, Concord and is run by two transgender guys, one of whom is a LCMHC.

There is a Parents Group that meets at the same time in a separate room, which is facilitated by either me or a social worker who is the mom of a transgender teen. Additionally I offer a Mindfulness Group for Transgender and Nonbinary Folx, which is appropriate for teens who are interested in learning mindfulness skills. This group meets at Kimball Jenkins in Concord on the first Wednesday/month from 6-7pm and is run by a transgender woman, who is a LCMHC/MLADC and a seasoned meditation teacher. Allies are welcome in this group and I have some teens who come with a parent.

There is more info about these groups on my website, as well as the link to pre-register. All groups have a $5 suggested fee, if possible but not necessary. Please feel free to reach out if you have questions or would like more information.

Warmly, Deb Horton