Find the resources or support you need. For many people, support groups offer a way to find emotional strength in difficult times. Hancock Health hosts a number of these groups, and as they become available, we’ll post information here, including contact information and meeting times. You’ll also find great learning opportunities here!


NEW! CRAFT-in person, 12-week program for family or friends loving someone with an addiction. Meets Thursdays beginning October 7 at Healthy 365 Meeting Room, 120 W. McKenzie, Suite G, contact 317.468.4231 or for more info. Website: HEALTHY365.IN/CRAFT-SUPPORT

Smart Recovery- Wednesday 6:00-8:30 and Saturday 9:30-11 Greenfield Public Library, 900 W. McKenzie.

Smart Recovery/Friends and Family- Virtual on Wednesday 6:30-8:00., meeting ID: 96712347613


Meeting the  2nd Thursday of every month beginning Thursday, December 9 from 3:00-4:00pm in the Education Room of the Hancock Wellness Center-Greenfield 800 W. New Rd.  An Adult Care activity is provided by an Exercise Specialist for those who may need to bring their loved one with dementia along in order to attend the Support Group. Contact or 317.468.4231

Contact or 317.468.4231.

Better Breathers


Beyond the Bump Mom’s group


Bump Club

Meeting the 2nd Tuesday of each month. Contact for more information.


Meeting virtually, contact for information.


Meeting virtually every Monday 11:00-12:00, Contact or 317.325.2643.

Car Seat Program

Hancock Health offers FREE child restraint (car seat) assistance. Parents and caregivers can schedule appointments to have their child and/or seat evaluated by a Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician (CPST). The CPST will:

  • Evaluate the way that the child is currently traveling
  • Check the child’s current restraint for recalls
  • Check for proper fit and installation
  • Provide education to the parent/caregiver on how to properly use and install the child restraint
  • Provide a new seat if necessary (**must meet financial guidelines, please inquire*

Did you know that 9 out of 10 child restraints used in vehicles today are either being used or installed improperly?  Hancock Health wants to encourage the proper use of child restraints to ensure that all children are riding safely. Evaluations are done by appointment only and last approximately 30 minutes per child/seat.

Spots fill quickly so don’t wait! Click HERE to schedule.  

You may also contact us for advice when purchasing seats.  For more information call (317) 468-4708 or email


Meeting virtually 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month, Contact or 317.325.2643.

Dementia Friends

One-hour training session to increase awareness of disease, presented on request contact Teri at or 317.468.4231 to schedule or for more information.

Creative Imagery for Health


Girl Talk


Good Health

The purpose of this support group is to encourage one another in reaching your health goals through nutrition. Here you can safely share your food and nutrition struggles and challenges—this is your safe zone! This group is facilitated by our Registered Dietitians. Group meets on the 4th Wednesday each month from 11:00-12:00 at Hancock Wellness Center-McCordsville. Contact or 317-468-6115


In this free drop-in group, we welcome everyone who is experiencing grief as a result of losing a loved one. Come be with others who are traveling the same road. The group is designed as a drop-in group so that participants can be free to come whenever they need support—no commitment required. Questions? Call Chaplain Katherine at (317) 468-4124 or email Group meets on Fridays from 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. at Hancock Wellness Center, 888 W. New Rd., Greenfield.



Multiple Sclerosis

This free support group is for individuals affected by Multiple Sclerosis, as well as spouses, caregivers and family members.  The group meets the 2nd Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. -11:30 a.m. at Hancock Wellness Center Education Room, 888 W. New Rd., Greenfield. Please contact Teri at or 317.468.4231.

Nurse Honor Guard

Hancock Health is proud to offer a memorial service for an RN or LPN upon their passing. This is a touching, traditional ceremony with nurses wearing all white and caps. A Nightingale nurse’s lamp is presented to the family. Please notify the funeral home or call Linda at 317-372-8127.


For those who have or are affected by Parkinson’s Disease. This is a self-help group run by and for people who live with the challenge of this chronic condition. It is a place to be yourself, to receive and share information, to offer mutual support and add a circle of friends. The group meets the 2nd Monday each month from 2:30 p.m.- 4 p.m. at the Greenfield Wellness Center, 888 West New Road, contact Teri at, or 317.468.4231 for more information.

Positive Parenting For Infants & Toddlers

This class, lead by Purdue Extension, is FREE to anyone that who would like to learn more about the birth to 2 year age group and techniques to cope in positive ways with what can be the more “stressful” times of parenting. Expectant parents welcome!  Qualified participants receive a $50 gift card from sponsor Hancock4KIDS. Participants must register for this limited-space class at

NEW Positive Parenting For Preschoolers

This class, lead by Purdue Extension, is FREE to parents, caregivers, and the community to learn more about the 3-5 age group and techniques to cope in positive ways with what can be the more stressful times in preschool development. The provided materials focus on: communication, valuing emotions, tantrums, discipline & praise, and school readiness/social interaction. Eligible* class participants will receive a $50 Walmart gift card from sponsor Hancock4Kids.  Training hours certificates are available.

* one card per family with preschool children

Must Register at

Ready, Set, Stroll!

Ready, Set, stroll! is hosted by Hancock Wellness. Meet us on Tuesdays at 11:30 a.m. at the Beckenholdt Park Parking Lot. Meet and greet with your guide of the week and then stroll along the walking paths at the park. Your guides include experts in fitness, physical therapy, nutrition, mental wellness, and maternity/postpartum care. For more information, e-mail Abby at

Safe Sleep Classes

Safe Sleep Classes, in partnership with Children’s Bureau is FREE to expectant parents or parents/caregivers of children under age 1.  Participants must register by calling Misty at (765) 643-8022.

Senior Social

This no-cost and informal gathering is held every Wednesday and is open to anyone—no membership required! Fun activities, such as speakers on a variety of topics, gentle exercise for mind and body, nutrition information, and senior trivia are planned for the first part of the hour, with the remaining time for casual conversation and light refreshments. Group meets every Thursday from 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. at Hancock Wellness Center, 8505 North Clearview Drive, McCordsville and/or the 5th Wednesday (March, June, August and November) from Noon -1 p.m  at Hancock Wellness Center, 4055 S. Roy Wilson Way, New Palestine. Contact or 317.468.4231 for info.

Speaker’s Bureau

Contact Teri at or 317.468.4231 to arrange a speaker for your group.

Surgical Weight Loss Seminars

Come to Hancock Regional Hospital to learn more about our Bariatric Surgery program and get the information you need for a new, healthier beginning. This is a free class. Call 1-877-831-1582 or register online at


Virtual tours of the maternity/OB area are currently available at  For additional information contact

Walk With a Doc™

Take a step toward better health! Make walking a part of your daily routine and join Walk With A Doc™. This event will resume in March of 2022.

Yoga for Grief Relief