Circle of Hope Support Groups

MOFAS hopes to inspire women to “shed the shame, blame and guilt” that often results from substance use, abuse and addiction during pregnancy.

What is the Circle of Hope Support Group?

The Circle of Hope (COH) is a specific network of women who have used alcohol and/or drugs during pregnancy.  These women are lovingly known as “Warrior Moms” because of their incredible strength.  Many of the women are in recovery and serve as mentors to one another.  Together, they support one another in overcoming the stigmatism of alcoholism, addiction, and FASD, as well as offering hope and encouragement as they face the challenges of parenting children with a history of prenatal alcohol and/or drug exposure.

COH Support Groups Currently Offered

St. Paul Area Circle of Hope Support Group (PDF Flyer)

1st & 3rd Monday of the month
Dates: December 5 & 19, 2016
January 16, 2017
February 6 & 20, 2017
March 6 & 20, 2017
Where: MOFAS office, 2233 University Ave W, Suite 395, St. Paul, MN
Time: noon – 1:15 p.m.
Childcare is available on a limited basis upon request.
Transportation may also be available on request.
Tiffany Morgan, or 651-917-2370.

Central Minnesota Circle of Hope Support Group

For upcoming dates, times, and locations for Circle of Hope in Central Minnesota please contact Tiffany Morgan, or 651-917-2370.


If you are interested in attending a COH Support Group or becoming a member of the private Facebook group inquire here.

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