Core Groups and Community Groups

Corner Groups

See below to join a Core Group at Corner. If you are interested in more information, joining a group or hosting a group that you don't see listed as available, please email
SMART Recovery: A weekly group for people seeking a self-empowering way to overcome addictive problems. No matter where you are in your journey or what you are addicted to, this group aims to give you support and tools that encourage lasting change.

Stand Out: A group for parents of Trans and Non-binary teens.

Fathers for Family: One of the few programs specifically for fathers in the parenting journey. This program has an array of offerings but provides monthly meet-ups every fourth Tuesday from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. Contact specifically for more information.

Non-binary Support Group for 18+: A virtual group for 18-25 year olds who identify as non-binary and would benefit from support and a safe place to talk.

Non-binary Support Group for Under 18: A virtual group for 12-17 year olds who identify as non-binary and would benefit from support and a safe place to talk.

Parent Cafes: Parent Cafes are parent-led groups with other parents to talk about the joys and challenges of parenting. Cafes consist of 5-6 parents who meet in person or over zoom to have a guided, but natural conversation about parenting. Cafes help to connect parents in a safe, nonjudgmental atmosphere and help parents to feel less isolated in their parenting journey.

Fork and Spoon: A group for young people who are navigating eating challenges and are in need of a safe place to learn, share and find support from individuals on a similar journey.

If you are intersted in learning more, joining a group or hosting a group that you don't see listed as available, please email

Community Groups

See below for mentoring groups in the community.
Big Brother Big Sister of Washtenaw County one-on-one mentorship programs to adolescents aged 7-16 in Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw, and Wayne Counties. Their programs help teenagers transform into better adults and achieve their full potential.

Our Community Reads Our Community Reads, is a vital component of The Topaze Project, which is dedicated to fostering safe spaces where Black children not only seen, valued, and empowered but also celebrated, preparing them to be impactful leaders in a diverse global society. The Queens Club and the Pharoahs Club are the mentoring programs.

PrideZone PrideZone is a social and support group for youth ages 13-20 who identify as LGBTQ+. It is a safe place to: Socialize, Build community, Have fun in an open, queer space and Access support services. Pridezone is a program of Ozone House.

Friends in Deed Their circles program gathers people who are motivated to move out of poverty and matches them with middle-income and high-income volunteers who can support and encourage them on their journey. Over time, these relationships help families climb out of poverty and achieve financial stability.

Girls Group Girls Group offers comprehensive mentoring programs at 21 sites, guiding young women to discover their identity, develop essential skills, and pursue academic success, fostering a supportive sisterhood and community network.

Washtenaw My Brother's Keeper The 50 Strong Breakfast is an opportunity for monthly intergenerational fellowship that allows Black and Brown men of all ages to come together to break bread, network, share ideas and resources, and community build.

Our House Our House is building a unique, integrated model to support youth typically lacking the experience of growing up with significant adults in their lives. Through individual and group mentoring, life skills training, camp retreats, employment training, and supportive housing options.

Mentor2Youth Serves Ypsilanti youth through mentorship, academic support, and chess. their Raising Royalty curriculum bridges the opportunity gap by introducing students from historically underserved backgrounds to the game of chess as a strategic framework to generate healthy lives, rewarding careers, and a strong sense of community.

4-H Youth Development The 4-H Youth Development Program provides fun, educational opportunities that empower young people ages 5 to 19 with skills to lead for a lifetime and become the foundation for future success.

Independent Living (CIL) This unique life-enriching program is open to individuals with disabilities. Here, Mentors and Mentees can share experiences and discuss ways to overcome disability challenges and achieve life purpose in a fun, enjoyable environment.

Make an Appointment

Call us at 734-484-3600 or click below.