Last Monday of the month at 11 AM
with Azucena Ortiz Join us on Mondays for Dance from the Heart class with Azucena Ortiz from Critical Mass Dance Company starting July 12. Dance from the Heart is a trauma-informed healing movement practice that helps participants connect with their bodies, reduce stress and chronic pain. This class is a limited six-week series. Registration is...
Tuesdays at 10 AM
Tuesdays at 6 PM
With Jaime Allen
Tuesdays at 3 PM
with Lisa M. Chaiken, MD Join us for a timely and informative live talk and Q&A on sarcoma awareness. Dr. Chaiken from City of Hope, will speak on Bone Sarcoma. Participants have the opportunity to ask questions. This event is free, but registration is required to attend..
Tuesdays at 6 PM
Usted no está solo, venga y hable con otras familias en la comunidad hispana que también están pasando por lo mismo. Venga con preguntas. Obtenga recursos. Pacientes con cáncer, miembros de la familia, y cuidadores. ¡Todos son bienvenidos!
Wednesdays at 2:30 PM
Wednesdays at 3 PM
Wednesdays at 5:30 PM
Wednesdays at 6 PM
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.
Led by a physician and therapist, this group is for men in all stages of a cancer diagnosis, treatment, or after treatment. Learn strategies for coping with diagnosis, side effects from treatment, fear and anxiety and familial relationships.
Thursdays at 5:00 pm
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...
This group is for women with breast cancer in all stages, from diagnosis to survivorship. Participants will cultivate community, share resources, and find supportive conversations.
For Kids and “Tweens” ages 4-12 who have a loved one with cancer or who have lost a loved one to cancer. Our “wee” SPARK program was created for fun and activities (Karate, Cooking, Arts and Crafts) while allowing kids to interact with each other who are experiencing similar challenges.
Saturdays at 1:15 PM