The following is a list of links where you can find information on survivor and family support groups that specialize in helping those dealing with cancer.
Connect with others in our free, 15-week online support group for people diagnosed with ovarian cancer who are currently receiving treatment. In this group led by an oncology social worker, people can share their personal experiences, ways of coping and helpful resources.
Reduces feelings of loneliness, anxiety and distress
Helps you learn new ways of coping
Increases feelings of hope and empowerment
Provides you with practical information about treatment and resources
Helps you communicate better with your medical team and loved ones
To join this group, you will need to complete our online registration process.
To register for this online support group, please visit their website here.
The Wellness Community is a non-profit organization that was developed to help people affected by cancer enhance their health and well-being through emotional support, education and hope programs. All programming is provided free of charge.
Children can be, and often are, a forgotten population at times of serious illness or death in the family. The James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute has comprehensive programs to support children, ages 2 through 19, from the point of diagnosis of the serious illness of a loved one through three years post death, should that occur.
Programs are free and open to all children who have a family member diagnosed with a serious illness regardless of where the family member is being treated. Children and their families participate in programs as often as they feel it is needed. 6 six-week programs a year are offered.
The mission of Haven of Hope Cancer Foundation is to promote the physical, emotional, spiritual and financial well-being of cancer patients, survivors and their families along their journey with the disease. The purpose of Haven of Hope Cancer Foundation is to provide programs and services designed to support and assist cancer patients, survivors and their families throughout their journey.
Looking for assistance with changing your lifestyle or even getting started with an exercise program after your cancer diagnosis? Look no further. The Cancer Wellness Program at the McConnell Heart Health Center is an 8-week program that uses exercise, education and peer support to empower cancer patients to improve their quality of life at any given stage of their treatment. Go to the link below and click on, “Cancer Wellness.”
This is a nonprofit that offers free professional housecleaning, and maid service to improve the lives of women undergoing treatment for any type of cancer. They partner with professional residential maid services who are insured and/or bonded to take on 2 patients at a time and offer four free cleanings – one a month for four months.
Healing Hands Power of Touch
Healing Hands Power of Touch provided by The Spa School- The Spa School provides relaxing and holistic spa service to cancer patients, survivors and their caregivers. For more information please call 614-888-0790.
Do you know someone in their 20s or 30s who has been diagnosed with cancer? If so, let them know about Cancer Support Community's new support 20s & 30s with Cancer! This monthly group will give individuals an opportunity to partake in fun and resourceful activities while sharing their experiences and hearing from others. They’ll learn about resources and programs that can help, and find that they’re not alone on the cancer journey. Beginning May 14, at 6:30 pm, 20s & 30s with Cancer will meet monthly on the second Tuesday of each month, at Cancer Support Community Central Ohio, 1200 Old Henderson.