North Dakota, USA
Brain injury support groups offered in Grand Forks, Minot, Devils Lake, Dickinson, Bismarck, and Fargo. Contact North Dakota Brain Injury Network or visit website for more information.
1000 Rosedale Road
Valley Stream, New York
Psycho-social program for TBI survivors, including those with a brain tumor diagnosis. Registration is required.
Mills Cancer Center
2nd Floor, Houseworth Conference Room
602 West University
Urbana , Illinois
This is a mixed support group for patients and families navigating a brain tumor, as well as for persons affected by traumatic brain injury, stroke, and aneurism and their family. Group has been in place since the early 1990’s.
University of Arizona Cancer Center
University Campus, Room 2920
1515 North Campbell Avenue
This support group is for brain tumor patients, family members or member’s of one’s support team. Mindfulness and coping strategies are included in our monthly discussions; there are occasional speakers.
CancerCare is offering a free, 12-week telephone support group for people diagnosed with malignant brain tumors. This group will provide a safe place to exchange support and receive information and guidance while discussing the unique challenges of living with a brain tumor diagnosis.
4602 Ackerly Way
P.U.G.S., Pediatric Union of Grey Support, is a group for families affected by pediatric brain tumors under the umbrella of the 1 Voice Foundation. Parking, dinner and child-care is provided free of charge. Siblings are also welcome.
St. Joseph's Hospital
45 West 10th Street
St. Paul, Minnesota
The Brain Tumor Support Group is designed to provide a safe, caring environment for support and education as a source of hope and encouragement for brain tumor survivors and their loved ones.
Valet Parking $5.00. Dinner provided before the meeting.
St. Louis Children's Hospital
1 Childrens Pl
St. Louis, MO
The BEAT (Brain Tumor Education and Therapy) Connection’s goal is to Educate, Support and Connect families whose children are diagnosed with brain and spinal cord tumors. BEAT offers separate Educational Sessions for parents, young adult survivors and teen patients. Guest speakers present information about treatment and long-term survival issues. Licensed counselors facilitate separate Support Groups for parents; teen patients/survivors age 12-16; and young adult patients/survivors. Younger patients/survivors and siblings have exciting activities designed by the therapy staff.
BEAT Support Groups meet six times a year on Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The dates are Jan.27- March 31- May 5: BEAT at the St. Louis ZOO – July 28 – Sept. 27- Resource Fair/ Picnic – Nov. 3.
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.