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Club Courage

Club Courage, formerly Rainbows, is a six-week support group offered twice a year for children and teens grades kindergarten – 12th, who have experienced a loss. Children participate in activities that promote self-esteem, encourage self-healing and provide an outlet for unexpressed emotions. The supportive environment helps each child develop healthy coping skills through a variety of grief exercises.

Club Courage is the only program in this area that provides children with the opportunity to receive special attention while learning to cope with loss through death, divorce, separation, deployment, incarceration or other painful transition.

An adult group for parents and guardians meet at the same time; participation is encouraged but not mandatory.

Club Courage is held every Tuesday from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. for six consecutive weeks. The spring sessionfor 2022 session is canceled; the next session will be scheduled for fall of 2022.

Registration

To register, please fill out a media release, COVID-19 agreement and allergy list agreement and a liability release. Please submit these forms when you register your child here.

Volunteering for Club Courage

Are you interested in becoming a volunteer for Club Courage? Click here.

For any questions, concerns or immediate children's grief-related needs, please contact Adrianna Golden-Smith at 325-670-6951 or clubcourage@hendrickhealth.org.