This study examines the process of working toward community-based clinical psychology support in local child care support facilities. The case is divided into three stages. The first involved active volunteer participation, and the third involved group activities (four sessions of fifty minutes; eleven members). It was suggested that it was effective to form connections with staff members and mothers by recognizing and practicing expected roles. At the same time, we should continue collecting and transmitting information. In addition, for the psychologist to develop child care support networks in a particular area, he/she must become a member of the local community and be connected to clients and staff, which lays the foundation of psychotherapy practice. Group activities were aimed at forming a relationship and encouraging interaction between the users of child care support facilities; these activities seemed to be an opportunity to deepen exchanges between participants. Some important points about the group’s frames were shown, and it is necessary for group activity to be improved.