Make Today Count:
An adult cancer support group for those affected by all types of cancer. Patients and caregivers are invited to participate. The group is peer-led by cancer survivors.
Keep Abreast Support Group:
This assembly of women with breast cancer who are in varying stages of diagnosis, treatment and survivorship meet with others with breast cancer or caregivers and supportive friends and family of those with breast cancer.
There are two different gatherings:
The Metastatic Group explores the challenges that women face when diagnosed with an aggressive breast cancer. This smaller, supportive gathering meets an hour before the larger meeting. These women with metastatic disease understand living with a serious condition. This group is not intended for someone newly diagnosed with breast cancer.
The larger Keep Abreast group includes all cancer survivors, family members, and friends. Each group has guest speakers, shares educational information gathered from medical journals and conferences, and includes group discussion and field trips.
Sarcoma Support Group:
Anyone affected by sarcoma is welcome to attend. Members range from those recently diagnosed to long-term survivors. This group provides a supportive community to those affected by sarcoma and works to raise sarcoma awareness.
SPARCLE Education Group:
Gastrointestinal cancer patients, survivors and their caregivers discuss how to support each other through diagnosis and treatment. Medical oncologist and colon cancer specialists will discuss colorectal cancer and ways to cope with the disease.
For more information about our Support Groups, call 210-450-5574.