Adults Who Have Lost A Parent To Cancer
If you are an adult who have lost a parent to cancer come join this short-term group to gain support and learn effective tools to guide you through your journey. To register, call Carley Tsaglos at 201.457.1670 ext. 125 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coping For The Caregiver
This workshop will facilitate discussions around the challenges and emotions experienced by an individual caring for a loved one with cancer. Come and experience mutual support, while gaining new tools to cope. To register, call Carley Tsaglos at 201.457.1670 ext. 125 or email email@example.com.
Facing Cancer Together (For Couples)
Come join other couples who are coping with a cancer diagnosis. Share challenges and emotions that partners face on the cancer journey. To register, call Carley Tsaglos at 201.457.1670 ext. 125 email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parents Who Have Lost a Child to Cancer
Support group for parents who have lost a child of any age to cancer. To register, call Carley Tsaglos at 201.457.1670 ext. 125 email email@example.com.
Have you lost your spouse or partner to cancer? If so, come join other partners coping with loss in this special
6-week support group. Gain support and learn effective tools guide you through your journey. To register, call Carley Tsaglos at
201.457.1670 ext. 125 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday Evening Living with Loss
A support group that meets on a weekly basis for any adult who has lost a loved one to cancer.
Tuesdays – 6:00 - 7:30pm
Living With Cancer Groups
A support group that meets on a weekly basis for anyone who is currently living with cancer, this includes but is not limited to: people who are newly diagnosed, people who are currently going through treatment, people who are living with metastatic cancer, people who are dealing with a recurrence of cancer and those who recently completed treatment.
Tuesday Afternoons – 12:30 - 2:00pm : Tuesday evenings – 6-7:30pm
Thursday Evenings – 6:00 - 7:30pm
Monthly Networking Groups address a particular kind of cancer or topic of common interest. Our Monthly Networking Groups include: Blood, Breast, Colon, Gynecological, Lung, Pancreatic, Prostate, Young Adults Living with Cancer, Living Life After Treatment.
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These activities provide opportunities for acquiring new skills, tools, information and techniques to learn how to live with cancer. Typical lecture topics, which are selected based on members’ interests, include stress reduction, advances in the treatment of cancer, nutrition, talking to your children about cancer, financial, legal and insurance information and managing pain. Major workshop areas include creative art expressions and other forms of self-expression, meditation, Qi gong, Tai Chi, various forms of yoga in addition to book clubs, game afternoons and scrapbooking.
These are popular activities for our membership and vary from potluck suppers with entertainment to bingo nights to comedy nights to celebrations around special holidays. Having members and families come together for fun creates bonds that enhance other individual and group experiences.