Support Groups

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There are face-to-face brain tumor support groups throughout the country.


Most support groups are open to both patients and family members. If it is a large group, patients and family members might meet separately. A typical group is one that is open and ongoing. This means that new members join the group, and others leave, as their needs change. Though there can be much stability in these types of groups, it is important to keep in mind that as the composition of the group changes, so will the personality of the group.


We maintain a nationwide listing of brain tumor support groups, cancer groups that welcome brain tumor survivors, caregiver/spouse support groups and grief (bereavement) support groups.


Questions? Call our CareLine at (800) 886-2282 to speak with one of our licensed health care professionals or email us at


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