Long COVID Support Group

A support group for people who had a diagnosis of COVID-19 and are experiencing lingering symptoms after the initial illness.



5:00 PM - 6:30 PM Eastern Time


Seats remaining: 83


Most people recover from COVID-19 within 2 weeks but a smaller cohort of survivors experience prolonged health-related issues. These “Long-COVID” or Post-Acute Sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 (PASC) patients experience a range of symptoms: fatigue, brain fog, shortness of breath, joint pain, depression, hair loss, chest pain and other reported symptoms.

These symptoms can range from mild to incapacitating and can be incredibly disruptive to a person's life. This group is designed to support those patients who do not fully recover.

At the meetings, Munson Healthcare staff and other experts will share the latest information and provide practical information for addressing the most common symptoms.

This month's topic:

Path from Surviving to Thriving
with Michael Lucido, PhD, LP


Dr. Michael Lucido has a doctorate in clinical psychology with master's degrees in child psychology and psychopharmacology. He is board certified in neurofeedback. He has provided psychological services in Detroit and northern Michigan community mental health systems for 14 years. Since 2016, he has been practicing as a clinical psychologist at Munson Healthcare Charlevoix Hospital and Boyne Area Health Center. He specializes in autism, OCD, depression, anxiety, trauma related disorders, cognitive behavioral therapy, EMDR, and biofeedback.

Class Dates

The support group meets the first Thursday of each month. Participants must register for each session.


This support group is free.

For More Information

If you have questions, please contact Munson Healthcare's Ask-A-Nurse line at 231-935-0951 between 7 am - 11 pm or email MHC-NurseTriage@mhc.net.


Registration deadline: 12/1/2022 5:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

The registration period has closed for this event.


Virtual Class


The Zoom link will be sent via email to confirmed registrants.