DIVORCE CARE AND DC4K
DIVORCECARE (FOR ADULTS)
Most people will tell you separation and divorce are the most painful and stressful experiences they have ever faced. It is a confusing time when you feel isolated and have lots of questions about issues you have never faced before. At Engage Boise, we are here to provide the support you are seeking. Our non-denominational DivorceCare support group meets weekly to help you face these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life.
Each session includes a video seminar featuring top experts on divorce and recovery subjects. The videos feature expert interviews, real-life case studies, and on-location video. Following thevideo the group participants spend time as a support group by discussing what was presented in the week's video seminar and what is going on in the lives of group members. Our incredible DivorceCare Facilitators have experienced and healed from divorce themselves so they are able to relate to your struggles and offer you hope and
DIVORCECARE FOR KIDS (DC4K)
Kids feel scared, sad, and confused during and after theirparents divorce. They know their parents have been hurt deeply. As a result, they may hide their feelings because they are worried about a parent's happiness or because they do not know how to express their feelings appropriately. At Engage Boise, we are here to provide the support kids are needing. Our non-denominational DivorceCare for Kids (DCK4) support group meets weekly to help kids process feelings and to give them tools to communicate better with their parents.
Each session is filled with motivating and exciting activities. Games, crafts, role playing, discussion times, journaling, and activity books help children process the divorce and move forward in their lives. The music, snacks, read-aloud stories, exercises, and Bile verses teach children to relax and rest secure in God's love. DC4K is designed for kids 5-12 years of age. Our incredible DC4K Safekeepers (leaders) have experienced divorce from a variety of perspectives ranging from their own parents' divorce to seeing their children divorce. As aresult they are able to relate to the struggles children have and are able to offer them help, hope, and encouragement.