Cox Medical Center
West Tower, 1st Floor, Pediatrics
3801 S. National Ave.
The Pediatric Brain Tumor and Injury Connection supports parents and caregivers of children, ages 0-15 who are impacted by brain cancer, tumors and other related traumas.
University of California San Francisco
8th Floor, Room A 888
400 Parnassus Ave.
San Francisco, California
This group provides support and education for brain tumor patients and families.
Warm Springs Rehabilitation Hospital
5101 Medical Dr.
San Antonio, Texas
Offers a brain tumor support group for patients, caregivers and survivors. Please call Teresa at 210-386-5608 before attending.
Huntsman Cancer Hostpital
200 Circle of Hope
Salt Lake City, Utah
Offers a monthly support group for patients, family members and caregivers. The purpose of the group is to bring together individuals with similar concerns and uncertainties to exchange ideas and provide mutual encouragement and support. Discussion topics include coping skills and education information.
Ellison Ambulatory Care Center, room 3015B
4860 Y Street
For more than 20 years the Sacremento Area Brain Tumor Support Group has provided emotional support and educational programs for the community. This group is open to all patients with benign or malignant brain tumors, at any stage. Friends and family are encouraged to attend. Health care professionals serve as advisors and speakers for the group. Claire Basco, NP; Karen Smith, RN; and Sarah Conning, LCSW, OSW-C are the group facilitators. Parking is free. Food is usually not provided except for a holiday potluck in December.
For more information, contact: Breana Sanchez at email@example.com
Gilda's Club Metro Detroit
3517 Rochester Road
Royal Oak, Michigan
Offers a support group to individuals diagnosed with brain cancer, along with their friends and family members.
Sandra J. Schulze American Cancer Society Hope Lodge
411 Second St NW
There is general group discussion; then patients and caregivers go to separate rooms with a facilitator. There is often a neurologist in attendance to answer questions.
Wilmot Cancer Center Strong Memorial Hospital
2nd floor conference room
601 Elmwood Ave.
Rochester, New York
Open to adults with primary malignant brain tumor diagnosis and their adult caregiver/family member. Please contact Barbara Guttman to register for group.
Brain Injury Association of Virginia
1506 Willow Lawn Drive, Suite 112
Offers resources and a network of support groups across the state. The support group is open to people with all sorts of acquired brain injury, and is not limited to those with brain tumors.