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Cancer support groups help people connect with others who have cancer or who have completed treatment. There are also support groups for spouses, family members, and friends of those dealing with cancer. Some groups are formal with a mental health provider leading it. Others are informal with a more social environment. There are even online support groups.
You can find cancer support groups through cancer related websites, or locally through the University of Arizona Cancer Center at Dignity Health. Support groups are an essential aspect of patient care at the Cancer Center, where we offer a variety of support groups for patients, their family, and caregivers. If you are looking for a cancer support group in Arizona, visit our website or call 844.248.4231.
Cancer support groups offer safe places to express your feelings, hopes, and fears with people who are also facing cancer. A cancer support group can improve your quality of life by providing:
Cancer support groups provide support in different ways:
Different types of cancer support groups can meet different needs. Consider what kind of support you are seeking — emotional, educational, social, or a combination. Also, consider whether you wish to remain anonymous or if you want face-to-face interaction. Work with your cancer care team to find the right match for you.
If you join a group that doesn’t meet your needs, consider trying another group or seeking individual counseling. If a support group is too much, try other activities that still allow you to connect with others. Examples include book clubs, cooking classes, outdoor activity clubs, or other hobby groups.
Connecting cancer patients and survivors, Dignity Health offers cancer support groups in Arizona.