Spiritual Medicine Virtual Support Group

Spiritual Medicine virtual Support Group "Where Faith & Support Unites" A Bible Based Chronic Illness Group. RSVP to Register for Zoom Link. Every month we gather via Zoom to discuss relevant topic's, share our faith, and experiences good, blah, or difficult. All love. All compassion. No shaming. How does our faith gives us hope, strength and comfort as we walk with God? What lessons transformed you? We will be transparent to discuss our difficulties. In our weakness we become stronger. We invite you to share this time with us. RSVP required for Zoom link. (Dates subject to change, but we'll let you know).

Spiritual Medicince Support Group

Glimpse into Spiritual Medicine Support Group

The greatest legacy one can pass on to one’s children and grandchildren is not money or other material things accumulated in one’s life, but rather a legacy of character and faith. Billy Graham Thank you LORD for giving us this precious opportunity to share Faith, Hope, Love with Prayers to those seeking SPIRITUAL PEACE during life's many challenges. Respectfully honored to support the chronic illness communities through Spiritual Medicine Support Group. Thank you to my Father, Pastor Larry and Sister in Christ, Ms. Wanda Green! It has been a heart's desire since childhood to share a Legacy of "Faith Leads The Way."

Optumcare Medical Support Group

Yvette is currently serving as a support group co-facilitator for chronically ill patients through Optum Care Medical Group with her Internal Medicine physician of 25 years, Dr. Donna Frisch. Join our next support group meeting! Every last Thursday of each month, for more info contact Optumcare medical group office 714.282.6934

"For over 20 years I have had the pleasure of caring for Yvette. Her optimism and faith have been amazing to witness through the years despite her chronic severe medical issues in addition to family illness, job loss, financial challenges resulting in the loss of the family home. With each challenge she was able to maintain hope that things would get better. She would be bedridden and disabled without her inner strength.”

Donna Frisch M.D. | Internal Medicine | Anaheim Hills, CA