People at DivorceCare are there because they, too, are looking for help and support in a caring, safe place. Everyone is welcome, no matter what circumstances led to the breakup and no matter what your current marital status.
DivorceCare was created to help people find hope and healing after divorce or separation. Check out the weekly topics covered by DivorceCare and see if you find them relevant and relatable to your situation.
Yes! The program is designed so you can join at any time during the 13-week cycle.
Most groups charge $20–$25 to cover the cost of books, snacks, child care, etc. Search for a group to see the cost.
Many groups offer child care. When you search for a group, you can find out what options are available or contact them directly.
DivorceCare for Kids (DC4K) is a 13-week program for children ages 5–12 whose parents are going through separation and divorce. The activities, games, and music are designed to help them manage their emotions and communicate well with their parents.
Your DivorceCare leaders have been where you are, are at a place of healing and recovery, and want to show you how to get there. They have a heart to help people in the same way they’ve been helped. And they’ll help you avoid common mistakes.
That’s perfectly fine. No one is required to share. People usually find that it helps to express their concerns and ask questions, but you are welcome to come and simply listen. You will benefit from hearing others’ stories and the expert advice from the videos.
Those feelings go away quickly for most people, usually during the first session they attend. DivorceCare is a warm, caring environment designed to help you.
Yes. Some groups meet in person, some are online, and others are “hybrid” groups with people attending both in person and online. You can find a group near you or in another area.
Even though DivorceCare is based upon Christian principles, people from all faiths, and even those who are not religious, have found hope and healing attending. The practical advice from counselors, pastors, and health-care professionals apply to anyone.