This group is designed especially for young adults age 20-40something, though all are welcome. Sessions are co-facilitated by Bari Ross, LPC and Susan Leigh, RN, and most sessions will include time for guest speakers, education, networking, personal sharing and support.
This male-focused group is designed to meet the unique needs of men and provides a genuine, free-flowing sharing of information and allows the bonds of friendship to develop. Men in the Lake Havasu Community, whether long-term cancer survivors, or recently diagnosed, are encouraged to attend.
A support group for caregivers to share discussion and inspiration. Call the number provided to participate. Must RSVP by 5pm the day before.
The purpose of this support group is to offer support and educational information to those touched by metastatic cancer.
Tu Nidito offers ongoing support groups for children and teenagers who have a parent diagnosed with cancer or other serious medical condition. Each evening consists of age specific children's groups: little ones: ages 3 & one-half to 7, middles: ages 8 to 12, and teens: ages 13 to 18.The support program is free of charge and Pre-Registration is Required. To register, contact the information provided.
Surviving and Thriving is a support group for those who are more than 18 months post cancer treatment who are looking to support one another as you move into a new phase after a cancer diagnosis.
This is a general cancer support group for patients, families and close friends to share their experiences. For more information, call the contact phone number.
The purpose of Reiki Trained Cancer Survivors and Family Members Support Group is to provide support for cancer survivors, and family members with experience in at least Level I Reiki training through group meetings.
The purpose of MSG is to provide support for men who have been affected by cancer through group meetings.
The purpose of Living with Cancer Support Group is to provide support for cancer patients and their caregivers through group meetings. ** Writing for Wellness meets the second Thursday of each month in lieu of the regular group. This is a monthly drop-in session for patients and families where they can express themselves through structured writing exercises in a relaxed setting.