These organizations can help you locate a support group in your area and/or offer online or telephone support groups. Your doctor, nurse, or hospital social worker may also be able to provide information about support groups offered in your community.
Runs thousands of cancer support groups nationwide. Maintains a list of organizations that offer support groups. Or call: 800-ACS-2345. Cancer information specialists are available 24 hours a day.
An online community created by and for cancer survivors and their loved ones, offering discussion boards and live chats. A phone network is available through the toll-free number 877-333-HOPE.
Largest online community of people living with advanced breast cancer, their families, and friends.
Provides clinical trial information and supports cancer patients.
Survivor site with online support groups.
Offers professionally facilitated support groups online, over the telephone, and at CancerCare locations in New York City, Long Island, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
Offers online support groups for people with cancer and caregivers. Has 22 facilities in cities throughout the US that offer a wide range of support services.
Provides assistance and support to cancer patients faced with infertility.
A site oriented to survivors with news about conferences, special events, outreach programs, and message boards.
Promotes lesbian health through research and advocacy. Offers support groups for lesbians with cancer.
Or call: 800-541-3259
Provides education and guidance to lymphedema patients, health care professionals, and the general public.
Network of women who had cancer while pregnant.
African American breast cancer survivors organization.
YSC is a group of survivors bringing people together to further issues surrounding breast cancer in young women.