In Treatment Support Group
This group is designed for people diagnosed with cancer who are in any stage of treatment. This includes people with impending surgery and those undergoing radiation and/or chemotherapy. This group provides a warm and safe environment and focuses on issues such as medical treatment, clinical trials, fear and anxiety, and familial relationships.
Post Treatment Support Group
This group is designed to meet the needs of cancer patients who have completed their treatment. Topics addressed concern how the cancer diagnoses has affected all areas of one’s life. Some of the areas discussed are fear of recurrence, familial relationships, intimacy and sexuality, body image, career, finances, and medical issues. Overall this group focuses on how to better adjust to life after cancer.
On Going Treatment Support Group
This nurturing group focuses on issues relevant to those with a metastatic, advanced diagnosis of cancer such as how to be a better advocate as well as enhance the quality of one’s life. Other issues discussed are body image, familial concerns, symptom management, pain control, anticipatory grief, and anxiety.
Caregivers Support Group
This supportive environment is perfect for anyone affected by a loved one’s cancer diagnosis. The group is both educational and encouraging in nature. It provides a venue for caregivers to vent their frustrations and seek support from others in a similar situation. Anticipatory grief, intimacy issues, and other familial concerns are discussed.
Spouse and Partner Grief Group
This co-ed support group for spouses and life partners provides a safe place for people who have lost their loved one to cancer. In the company of others who are going through similar loss, we can find understanding and hope which eases the pain of losing a loved one. Please join us for this unique and healing workshop.
Family Grief Group
This support group is for people who have lost a family member (other than a spouse or partner) or friend to cancer. By discussing fears, anxieties and the loneliness of loss, one can find hope and acceptance.
Men’s Cancer Support Group
An interactive workshop on strategies for coping with diagnosis and side effects from treatment.
Breast Cancer Networking Group
Find the gift and discuss the difficulties of a breast cancer diagnosis. Come and meet others who truly understand. Share your experiences and address your medical questions.