Bringing Support Groups To Veterans, Active Military Members, and Their Families
Connect to others sharing the same issues and concerns for ongoing, moderated support group sessions
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aGroupForME is an independently managed company and not part of or affiliated with the military or DoD.
Helping Veterans, Service Members, and Their Families Get Support
How It Works
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aGroupForME provides moderated, tailored, and scheduled support group sessions online. We are NOT a social sharing site.
Your privacy is of the utmost importance to us. We don’t share or sell your personal information or data without your direct consent.
We tailor groups to your specific needs so that you are only connected to those who share the same issues and concerns.
Online support groups connect on a scheduled, ongoing basis.
Join from anywhere, on any device. We encourage all members to join from a private area.
Moderators are vetted and assigned to host the support groups to make sure the members:
- Are the right fit for the group
- Stay on group topic
To further improve your group experience, all groups are limited to 12 members at any one time. A limited group size allows all members the opportunity to participate during their online support group sessions.
Online support groups offer you the opportunity to connect to others, feel less alone and gain better ways of managing, coping and dealing with life challenges and difficulties.
The Story Behind Our Story
aGroupForME was founded by Dr. Gina Ghods. Her journey of creating a support group community began post-9/11 when she was working as a global asset manager in the World Trade Center. After the tragedy, she began participating in her firm’s trauma sessions with other people working at the firm.
These support groups were so invaluable to her coping, managing, and moving forward during those challenging times, that she decided to change careers and become an advocate for support group communities.
While running a caregiver’s support group for 8 years at the Alzheimer’s Association, she noticed all the challenges people endured to attend their weekly support group sessions. Schedule restraints, dependent care issues, transportation challenges, and finding the right group inspired her to create aGroupForME, an online support group community where anyone can get the support they need at a place that works best for them.