BILY is a group of parents and youth who have been through crisis situations and are now helping others through similar situations. Peers support one another by giving, sharing, listening, creating a safe environment, and providing practical resources.

For more information, contact 587-588-8633.

Caring Friends is a confidential and informal bereavement support group led by trained bereavement volunteers. Participants have an opportunity to share their feelings and understand the emotions associated with grief in a safe, supportive environment.

Our grief support group is meeting in person again. Please register for your spot - limited seating is available. The group meets the second Thursday of each month.

To register, please call 780-963-8583.


Finding our Voices provides support and opportunities for women-identifying participants to connect with peers while focusing on issues related to self-esteem. Over the course of six weeks, participants will address the impact of self-image, effective communication, shame and compassion, and healthy relationships.

Each group is approximately three hours long and includes experiential learning that allows participants to connect with the facilitator and one another. Support towards childcare expenses is available. Call 780-963-8583 to join the program wait list.

Presented in partnership by Sagesse Domestic Violence Prevention Society, Town of Stony Plain, City of Spruce Grove, and Parkland County.

Living with Loss to Suicide is a peer-led support group for survivors of a suicide loss. The group meets at 6:30PM on the last Monday of each month.

Register for the 2022 season of meetings. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. This meeting is an in person meeting at the Stan Wolyshyn building in Spruce Grove.

Facilitated by Meryl Murray, Registered Social Worker, 780-342-1340

Additional support groups

Lived experience group for individuals 18+ who have attempted suicide and want to move forward with life. This is an 8 week, online program that will begin November 1, 2022. For more information on the group please email

Request to join the group

OSI-CAN First Responder Peer Support Group meets every second and fourth Thursday of the month.

Apply to join 


Grieving a loss to suicide can seem overwhelming, but the support and understanding of others can be a powerful source of strength. The Youth Suicide Grief Support Groups are designed for and by youth with a tailored curriculum for 12 to 17 year olds and 18 to 25 year olds.

 For more information, call 780-732-6654 or visit the website Youth Suicide Grief Support Services - CMHA Edmonton