Sun Rainbow Club

The SUN Rainbow Club is an LGBTQA life skills group program. This program is designed to enhance a member of the LGBTQA community's ability to solve problems, find support, bond with peers, and enhance coping skills by working in a group setting with a trained professional mental health facilitator.

SUN Rainbow Club Group Ten Steps to Problem Solving

  1. Recognize that you have a problem.
  2. Identify the problem.
  3. Bring the problem to the group.
  4. Pretend the problem is your own.
  5. Brainstorm for possible solutions.
  6. Discuss pros and cons of possible solutions.
  7. Choose a good solution.
  8. Plan in detail how to carry out the solution.
  9. Carry out the plan.
  10. Report back to the group how the plan went.

SUN Rainbow Club Rules

It's okay to have fun, but we must be respectful of one another, which means only one person speaks at a time.

It is important that the group is confidential, so that it is safe to share information. What that means is what we talk about in the group stays in the group. The only exception is when someone's life or safety is in danger. Being a part of the SUN Rainbow Club group is voluntary. You should be in the group because you want to be.

Why be a SUN Rainbow Club member?

  • To be part of a group and make friends.
  • To learn how to make better decisions.
  • To deal with today's society and solve problems.
  • To have support and give support to help others and help yourself

About SUN Rainbow Club

Join and make your Club a time to share your experiences, learn from each other and make friends with a group of great seniors. Help yourself and help others live fuller lives. Once a week for ten weeks the group will meet for an hour and a half and discuss various issues that the group members choose. Each week, group members will bring a problem or problems to the group. The group will help by being a team and working through the 10 steps of solving the problem. It is important that when you come to the group you are able to set everything else aside and be ready to help other group members, just as they will be ready to help you. Everyone has a problem sometimes. It's nice to know that we are not alone and that we can help each other. SUN Rainbow Club steps have been researched and shown to get great results. LGBTQA community members can benefit from this program by using their experience and knowledge in this structured program to help themselves and others cope with the everyday problems of of gender identity. YOU ARE NOT ALONE! For more information contact Phone: (954)-384-0344 Email: fisp@fisponline.org