Teen Peer Support Group
What is a Teen Peer Support Group?
The Teen Peer Support Group provides a safe and supportive environment for high school students with a mental health concern. They may have their own concern or be concerned about a family member or a friend. Participants do not need a mental health diagnosis to attend. The support group provides a chance to learn coping skills, build resiliency, and connect and socialize with peers experiencing similar struggles. Two trained facilitators lead each group and new participants are welcome at any time. A free snack is provided.
What are the goals of the Teen Peer Support Group?
Provide opportunities to increase knowledge about symptoms and treatments
Give chances to learn the skills that will help participants cope with mental illness in school, community, and home
Opportunities for non-judgmental social support
Supply information about available community resources
Provide support and encouragement to each other.
Teen Peer Support Group Now Available
The group meets Wednesdays at 2:15pm at Omro High School.
For more information, contact the Omro High School Guidance Department or NAMI Oshkosh at 920-651-1148.
If you have a mental health crisis, please contact your health care provider or call 911.
You may ask for a crisis trained officer.
Please call (920) 651-1148 or send an email to for more information.