Support Group

Esther Ha Foundation believes peer support is a unique and essential element of recovery-oriented mental health. It also provides support to help people who are experiencing mental health challenges, lacking social and communication skills, and enhance hope and social networking through role modeling and activation.

Peer supporters are people who use their experience of recovery from mental health disorders to support others in recovery.


Youth & Young Adult Support Group

Our Youth & Young Adult Support Group provides young adults with help, advice, guidance and peer support from someone who has been where they are. This support group is open for High School students to young adults.

This support group is in English and it takes place every Saturday 5:30PM.
If you are interested in joining this support group, please contact us here.


Parents Support Group

Parents Support Group is a group designed to help parents who are struggling with various family problems.

This support group is in Korean and it takes place every Tuesday 8PM.
If you are interested in joining this support group, please contact us here.


Anger Management Support Group

Anger Management Support Group is a group designed to help recognize signs of anger and take actions to deal with the situation in a socially acceptable way. Anger is a normal, healthy emotion when you now how to express it appropriately.

This support group is a 12-week program and is provided in Korean & English.
If you are interested in joining this support group, please contact us here.

Past Participant Sungmin Lee said:

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“Anger management support group that I have participated since last Jan. will end in Dec. 2018. The support group is designed to help Korean immigrants learn to control their temper and find healthy ways to express their feelings, as well as improve their communication skills organized by Esther Ha Foundation. It is held every fourth Saturday of the month at Englewood Hospital and facilitated by Dr. Eunja Talbot, Neuropsychologist.

I believed that all participants learned how to identify what gets me angry and how to counter these triggers as well as how my brain processes with emotions. It provided a supportive and educational environment for me to control my anger. This session helped me a lot to recognize myself and live the life I want it to be.”


Interested in Joining Us?

Please email us at estherhafoundation1@gmail.com and tell us which support group you are interested in. We are more than happy to give you more information.

Support groups are taken place in-
Ebenezel Church
220-16 Union Tpke
Oakland Gardens, NY 11364