Welcome to New Beginnings!

A free peer support group for people with mood disorders.

Since 1987

Click here to download or print our brochure.


  • Thank you Doug for being like family.  We can’t express how much you meant to us as a group leader, and more importantly, as a friend.  You were always there for everyone, and your wisdom and humor made everything okay.  We miss seeing you, but you’ll be with us forever….  Thank you as well to Doug’s wife, Karen, who also has been vital in shaping New Beginnings and continues to be part of our family.  Click here to read a tribute to Doug’s life, and where to send donations in lieu of flowers.
  • New Beginnings is on FacebookCheck out our page at facebook.com/NBpeersupport/.  Any important announcements shown in this section will be posted on Facebook as well.


Do you have symptoms of depression, anxiety, bipolar, or related mood disorders?

Would you welcome support and coping strategies from others like you?

If so, we invite you to our free support group.  We can help one another achieve and maintain wellness!

We respect confidentiality and maintain a positive environment.

Participation is voluntary.

All meetings start and end on time.

Monday and Thursday nights – 7:00pm to 8:50pm
Wednesdays – 11:00am to 12:50pm

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
201 N. Warwick Rd.
Magnolia, NJ 08049
(near the corner of Warwick Rd. and Evesham Rd.)

1-877-313-5050  (call 9am to 10pm only please)




In addition to our regular groups, we have specialized groups, plus occasional social activities and special events.

For more details about New Beginnings, please click the links at the top, or contact us if you would like to speak to someone.

Click here to download or print our brochure.

We can’t “cure” you or your loved one, but we can assure you that you never have to be alone.

If you have an emergency or feel like hurting yourself or others, do one of the following NOW:
  • Call 911
  • Go to the emergency room of your local hospital
  • Call one of these hotlines:
    • NJ Hopeline:  1-855-654-6735
    • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:  1-800-273-TALK (8255)
    • National Hopeline Network:  1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)