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Family Group

Asbury United Methodist Church 6767 S Mingo Rd, Tulsa, OK

BRIGHT TOMORROWS FAMILY GROUP (BTFG) meetings take place September through May typically on the SECOND & THIRD Thursday evenings (7:00-8:30 p.m.) for the supporting families or friends of those living with a mental health difficulty or disorder—this is not limited to bipolar disorder or major depressive disorder. This is a curriculum-based psycho-educational support program that is both hope-inspiring and Christian faith-affirming. When facing a major illness, living with a chronic health challenge, or needing to know how to best cope with a stressful life change or crisis, you don't have to go it alone—in fact, it’s healthier for you and all concerned that…

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Family Group

Asbury United Methodist Church 6767 S Mingo Rd, Tulsa, OK

BRIGHT TOMORROWS FAMILY GROUP (BTFG) meetings take place September through May typically on the SECOND & THIRD Thursday evenings (7:00-8:30 p.m.) for the supporting families or friends of those living with a mental health difficulty or disorder—this is not limited to bipolar disorder or major depressive disorder. This is a curriculum-based psycho-educational support program that is both hope-inspiring and Christian faith-affirming. When facing a major illness, living with a chronic health challenge, or needing to know how to best cope with a stressful life change or crisis, you don't have to go it alone—in fact, it’s healthier for you and all concerned that…

Recurring

Family Group

Asbury United Methodist Church 6767 S Mingo Rd, Tulsa, OK

BRIGHT TOMORROWS FAMILY GROUP (BTFG) meetings take place September through May typically on the SECOND & THIRD Thursday evenings (7:00-8:30 p.m.) for the supporting families or friends of those living with a mental health difficulty or disorder—this is not limited to bipolar disorder or major depressive disorder. This is a curriculum-based psycho-educational support program that is both hope-inspiring and Christian faith-affirming. When facing a major illness, living with a chronic health challenge, or needing to know how to best cope with a stressful life change or crisis, you don't have to go it alone—in fact, it’s healthier for you and all concerned that…

Recurring

Family Group

Asbury United Methodist Church 6767 S Mingo Rd, Tulsa, OK

BRIGHT TOMORROWS FAMILY GROUP (BTFG) meetings take place September through May typically on the SECOND & THIRD Thursday evenings (7:00-8:30 p.m.) for the supporting families or friends of those living with a mental health difficulty or disorder—this is not limited to bipolar disorder or major depressive disorder. This is a curriculum-based psycho-educational support program that is both hope-inspiring and Christian faith-affirming. When facing a major illness, living with a chronic health challenge, or needing to know how to best cope with a stressful life change or crisis, you don't have to go it alone—in fact, it’s healthier for you and all concerned that…

Recurring

Family Group

Asbury United Methodist Church 6767 S Mingo Rd, Tulsa, OK

BRIGHT TOMORROWS FAMILY GROUP (BTFG) meetings take place September through May typically on the SECOND & THIRD Thursday evenings (7:00-8:30 p.m.) for the supporting families or friends of those living with a mental health difficulty or disorder—this is not limited to bipolar disorder or major depressive disorder. This is a curriculum-based psycho-educational support program that is both hope-inspiring and Christian faith-affirming. When facing a major illness, living with a chronic health challenge, or needing to know how to best cope with a stressful life change or crisis, you don't have to go it alone—in fact, it’s healthier for you and all concerned that…

Recurring

Family Group

Asbury United Methodist Church 6767 S Mingo Rd, Tulsa, OK

BRIGHT TOMORROWS FAMILY GROUP (BTFG) meetings take place September through May typically on the SECOND & THIRD Thursday evenings (7:00-8:30 p.m.) for the supporting families or friends of those living with a mental health difficulty or disorder—this is not limited to bipolar disorder or major depressive disorder. This is a curriculum-based psycho-educational support program that is both hope-inspiring and Christian faith-affirming. When facing a major illness, living with a chronic health challenge, or needing to know how to best cope with a stressful life change or crisis, you don't have to go it alone—in fact, it’s healthier for you and all concerned that…

Recurring

Family Group

Asbury United Methodist Church 6767 S Mingo Rd, Tulsa, OK

BRIGHT TOMORROWS FAMILY GROUP (BTFG) meetings take place September through May typically on the SECOND & THIRD Thursday evenings (7:00-8:30 p.m.) for the supporting families or friends of those living with a mental health difficulty or disorder—this is not limited to bipolar disorder or major depressive disorder. This is a curriculum-based psycho-educational support program that is both hope-inspiring and Christian faith-affirming. When facing a major illness, living with a chronic health challenge, or needing to know how to best cope with a stressful life change or crisis, you don't have to go it alone—in fact, it’s healthier for you and all concerned that…

Recurring

Family Group

Asbury United Methodist Church 6767 S Mingo Rd, Tulsa, OK

BRIGHT TOMORROWS FAMILY GROUP (BTFG) meetings take place September through May typically on the SECOND & THIRD Thursday evenings (7:00-8:30 p.m.) for the supporting families or friends of those living with a mental health difficulty or disorder—this is not limited to bipolar disorder or major depressive disorder. This is a curriculum-based psycho-educational support program that is both hope-inspiring and Christian faith-affirming. When facing a major illness, living with a chronic health challenge, or needing to know how to best cope with a stressful life change or crisis, you don't have to go it alone—in fact, it’s healthier for you and all concerned that…

Recurring

Family Group

Asbury United Methodist Church 6767 S Mingo Rd, Tulsa, OK

BRIGHT TOMORROWS FAMILY GROUP (BTFG) meetings take place September through May typically on the SECOND & THIRD Thursday evenings (7:00-8:30 p.m.) for the supporting families or friends of those living with a mental health difficulty or disorder—this is not limited to bipolar disorder or major depressive disorder. This is a curriculum-based psycho-educational support program that is both hope-inspiring and Christian faith-affirming. When facing a major illness, living with a chronic health challenge, or needing to know how to best cope with a stressful life change or crisis, you don't have to go it alone—in fact, it’s healthier for you and all concerned that…