Mondays and Fridays: 5:30pm — 7:00pm
We now offer TWO Moms Online Support Groups, which meet on Mondays and Fridays at 5:30pm. Our Moms Support groups have been meeting weekly since May 2013. The groups are co-facilitated by two masters level clinicians with our Transitions Family Program, which is a full-service therapy and education program specializing in all matters related to parenting and co-parenting children, whether parents live together or live separately.
Wednesdays: 6:30pm — 7:30pm
Dads Resource and Support Group has been meeting weekly since May 2013. We have a combination of dads who have been in the group for 1 year or longer, for several months, for a few months, and new participants. The group is co-facilitated by two masters level clinicians with our Transitions Family Program, which is a full-service therapy and education program specializing in all matters related to parenting and co-parenting children, whether parents live together or live separately!
Thursdays: 3:30pm (Teens)
Saturdays: 1:30pm (Kids)
FREE resource for kids (ages 6-10) and teens (ages 11-15) in San Diego County. The kids support groups help youth learn healthy ways to deal with the stresses they face when family life becomes unpredictable. Kids and teens can connect with their peers, share and explore worries, receive support and care, and develop new coping skills for managing thoughts and feelings.
Thursdays: 10:15am — 10:45am
Kids Only Book Club is a FREE community resource created to provide a break and bright spot for all busy parents in San Diego County. Join Miss Susan and Miss Ana as she hosts this weekly fun and interactive read-aloud book club for kids! Kids are invited to color pictures as they listen along. The sessions are recorded and can be seen on Hannah’s House YouTube channel here.
4th Saturday of Each Month; 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Positive parenting can be challenging and positive co-parenting even more challenging sometimes! There are many expected and unexpected family changes and losses that can overwhelm the coping skills of parents and children. Learning to peacefully co-parent is an essential skill for all parents, whether living together or apart. New topics each month:
The Transitions Program was created to offer comprehensive therapeutic services to assist family members of all ages and needs to make successful transitions when facing challenging changes in the family.
We provide outpatient services for education and counseling for individuals, couples, and families.
We provide child-centered supervised visitation and safe exchange services to children and parents who are coping with a family breakup.
Our Animal Staff is unique! Reptiles, amphibians, bugs, and spiders! Children tend to love them and grown-ups more often than not a little stand-offish or just plain scared 🙂