These professionally facilitated and confidential groups are being offered via Zoom/Teams, and a limited number are also being held in person. These are drop-in groups that meet monthly, bimonthly, or quarterly and do not require an intake interview.
Blood Cancer Connection Group
In collaboration with Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
This group takes place following quarterly lectures and is open to those affected by blood cancer and their loved ones.
Brain Tumor Connection Group
In collaboration with UC Health
This group includes monthly speakers/topics followed by open networking for anyone living with or supporting someone with a brain tumor to get and give support. You do not need to be a UC patient in order to participate. Click here for additional speaker information and topics.
This workshop is for anyone working to manage changing dynamics in their lives when cancer enters the picture. Sarah Headley, LISW, will explore new ways of understanding yourself and one another through the use of the Enneagram. The Enneagram is a personality typing and people to better understand their own thoughts, feelings and behavior and is also a valuable tool in increasing insight and understanding in relationships.
General Cancer Connection Group
Open to anyone affected by cancer to connect with others and give and get support.
Hereditary Cancer Connection Group
For those with a genetic risk of cancer (for example the BrCa I or II gene; Lynch Syndrome and more) to give and get support. This group is professionally facilitated.
Life Transitions Bereavement Support
For those who have lost a loved one to cancer to give and get support.
Metastatic Stage IV Breast Cancer Community Connection Group
In collaboration with Christ Hospital
Metastatic IV Breast Cancer Community Connection Group is a professionally led support group providing information and peer support to patients with Stage IV Breast Cancer. You do not need to be a Christ Hospital patient to participate.
Survivorship and Beyond Connection Group
For those who have completed cancer treatment to give and get support.
Young Adult Connection & Social Group
For any person ages 20 – 40 living with or supporting someone with cancer.
Helping Each Other Breast Cancer Connection Group
In collaboration with St. Elizabeth Cancer Center
Open to anyone diagnosed with breast cancer into long-term survivorship. You do not need to be a St. Elizabeth patient in order to attend.
Prostate Cancer Connection Group - For Those Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer Only
For those living with prostate cancer. This group is professionally facilitated and confidential.
Prostate Cancer Education Group – Open to ALL
For those living with prostate cancer and their loved ones to gain in-depth knowledge about prostate cancer specific related issues.
IMF Mutliple Myeloma Group
For anyone with Multiple Myeloma to give and receive support. This group is also open to caregivers and loved ones. This group also offers educational programs from time to time.
Join the Cincinnati Affiliate of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. This meeting is open to anyone affected by Pancreatic Cancer and their loved ones.