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Virtual Support Groups

What Is A Virtual Support Group?

Bloom Virtual Support Groups are the best of both worlds for new moms that don’t have the time or resources to attend support groups in person.

These weekly support groups are lead by trained facilitators who bring with them resources, strategies and real life experiences in each of the specialized areas. All Virtual Support Groups are presently for women who have given birth within the past year. We will let you know when we have groups for women who have aged out of our groups!

Think of this as a ready made group of women who are coming from the same place and probably have the same questions you do.

What Happens During A Virtual Support Group?

At the beginning of group, the peer leader will do a check in with all group members, opening discussion and will determine weekly topics.

All group leaders have resources, training, strategies and real life experiences.

When Do Groups Meet and What Are The Technical Requirements?

All of our technical groups meet at 8:00pm EST on their specific evening. These meeting happen through a ZOOM link provided prior to the class (usually that same day) by the facilitator. Please make sure you have a strong internet connection for class.

How Many People Will Be In Group?

There is a limit of 10 people for each group, however sometimes it may be less.

Types of Virtual Support Groups

  • Loss Virtual Support Group

  • NICU Moms

  • Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders

  • Moms of Multiples

  • Birth Trauma Virtual Support Group

VSG Meeting Calendar

Refund Policy
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