Support Groups & Counseling

Support groups encourage conversation and understanding for those who are newly diagnosed or in treatment, those who have completed treatment and those supporting loved ones along their cancer journey. Attend in person or virtually.

Family/Individual Counseling

Our team will connect you with opportunities for one on one counseling based on you or your family’s unique needs. Contact us to find out more.

Spirituality & Cancer

A conversational support group format exploring spiritual approaches to coping with cancer.

Breast Cancer Support Group

Build your emotional support system with fellowship, breast health education and a caring space to share concerns.

Grief and Loss Support Group

An ongoing, supportive and expressive space open to adults who have lost a loved one to cancer.

Lung Cancer Support Group

Receive support, education and join a larger conversation about the emotional and physical challenges of lung cancer.

Prostate Cancer Education Group

A speaker-led series providing education and support to assist in the prostate cancer diagnosis, treatment, and recovery process.

May: Open Discussion

June: Dr. Kevin Spear of of Summa Health

July: Dr. Joshua Nething of Summa Health

August: Dr. Brian Canterbury of Cleveland Clinic Akron General


Many members of the LGBTQIA+ community with a cancer diagnosis do not feel fully included or understood in general support groups. Topics can include coming out to providers, challenges regarding gender conformity, post-treatment sex, body image, and relationships.

Coping with Cancer

For individuals diagnosed with any type of cancer. Expect to be part of discussing about coping strategies, finding inspiration in everyday life, approaches to navigating your cancer journey, building connection, lessening the effects of isolation. This group is not open to caregivers.

BIPOC Support Group

Certain demographic groups bear a disproportionate burden related to cancer occurrence, prevalence, mortality, survivorship, outcomes, and other related measures regarding diagnosis. These disparities are often due to social, environmental, and economic disadvantages. We are here to help support conversations around health disparities for the BIPOC community, so you don’t have to navigate these challenges alone.

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