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Family Focused Support Groups

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Family Focused Support Groups

Family Focus Grafton

Infant, toddler and before preschool playgroups. Registration required at $10 per month. For more information and playgroup times, contact 898-2945 or email

St. Mark Lutheran Church, 118 Old York-Hampton Highway, Yorktown, VA 23692; Website:

Family Focus Williamsburg

Toddlers 18 mo.-5 years; Mon. or Thurs., 9:30-11:30. Infant birth-18 mo. Tues., 9:30-11:30. Registration required at $10 per month. York River Baptist Church, 8201 Croaker Road, Williamsburg, VA 23188 (757) 566-9777; Website:

G.I.F.T. (Growing Into Families Together)

Support group for parents of children with special needs, meetings held the 1st Thurs. of every month, 6:30-8 p.m., Dominion Pediatric Therapy. Parent designed and led. Contact Michele at 873-2932 for information. 729 Thimble Shoals Blvd., Newport News, VA 23605

Grandparents and Relatives as Parents

Support group that assists caregivers with locating resources, learning information and more. On the Southside call 533-5217 and on the Peninsula call 875-0060.Website:

Hampton's Healthy Families Partnership

Healthy Families Partnership was created to ensure that all children were born healthy and entered school ready to learn. A variety of free programs have been designed to help strengthen families and promote school readiness: Welcome Baby and Healthy Start – home visiting services to all new parents providing them with information about child growth and development, parent education classes for parents and their children, Healthy Stages - a child development newsletter, and the Mayors’ Book Club - an early literacy program for Pre-K children through first graders.100 Old Hampton Lane (Hampton) 727-1300, Option 0, Hours of Operation: 0800-1630. Website:

Military SAHM of the Peninsula

Provides support and friendship for military stay-at-home moms and their families. Meeting locations vary. Contact

SAHM of Hampton Roads

Stay-at-home moms of Hampton Roads provides support and friendship for SAHM and their children. Meeting locations vary. Contact

Mary Immaculate Family Focus

Toddler, cruisers & walkers and preschool playgroups. Registration required at $10 per month. St. George’s Episcopal Church, 15446 Warwick Blvd. (Newport News) 833-3054 or Midtown site, 325 Main St. (Newport News) 886-6511. Website:

Military Wives Fellowship

Military Wives Fellowship (MWF) is a network of military spouses who are committed to mutual encouragement, support, friendship, and outreach. Although ladies associated with MWF are primarily connected through our church family the group is open to all interested military wives. MWF stays connected, enjoys occasional social gatherings and normally meets once a month, usually on the 4th Thursday from 10am to Noon at the Norfolk location (except in June, July, August and December). A quality Preschool and Home School program is provided for children during monthly meetings. If you are interested in knowing more about Military Wives Fellowship, please contact our group leader, Sarah McKay at (Norfolk)
Moms Club of Yorktown and Newport News

A support group for stay-at-home mothers offering lots of activities for the kids. Each month, our chapter compiles a calendar packed with exciting activities to keep you and your child/children busy and free from those feelings of loneliness that SAHMs often feel. Activities range from backyard play dates to visits to local museums (like the Virginia Living Museum or the Virginia Children’s Museum, among many others) or playgrounds to holiday parties and much, much more. For zip codes 23692, 23693, 23696, 23601, 23602, 23662, 23665. Website:

MOMS Group of South Hampton Roads

Support group for stay at home and working moms of infants, toddlers, pre-school and school age children offering daily, evening and weekend activities. Contact Kristen Smith at 858-1420 or email:

Mommy Network of Hampton Roads

A fun and casual group for all moms (stay at home or working) who want to make new friends and enjoy activities with their children. We have several events planned each week including play dates, trips to local attractions, Mom's Nights Out, and more. For more information or to sign up visit or contact Katie, Marie or Christy at

MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers)

Twice-monthly meetings feature on-site childcare, speakers, crafts, refreshments and discussion groups. Meets 2nd and 4th Mon., 9:30-11:30 a.m. First meeting is free of charge. Contact Holly at 440-0788 for more information. Church of the Good Shepherd, 7400 Hampton Blvd. Norfolk, VA

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