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.
St. Mary's Hospital, Education Center
5801 Bremo Road
This is a brain tumor support group for patients, families and friends. Join by conference call if you’re unable to attend in person. Toll free number: 877-216-1555, passcode: 1013480
St. Joseph Hospital, Bernville Campus
Franciscan Conference Room B
2400 Bernville Rd.
This group addresses a variety of brain tumor topics and welcomes patients and caregivers. Free parking is available at the medical office building. Light refreshments served. Please RSVP by calling 610-378-2557.
118 Dudley St
Providence, Rhode Island
The goal of the Rhode Island Brain & Spine Tumor Foundation is to increase brain and spine tumor awareness and to provide support to patients, families, and providers through education and research. The Rhode Island Brain & Spine Tumor Foundation hosts monthly support groups. These free meetings provide information and support for brain and spine tumor patients, their caregivers, and their loved ones.
Information also posted on www.ribstf.org
Maine Medical Center
Dana Center Classroom 3 or 4*
22 Bramhall St.
Patients and caregivers welcome.
*please check lighted schedule on entrance in in Dana Center
Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center
Conference Rm 219, Medical Office Building 3
1130 NW 22nd Ave
Portland , Oregon
Patients and families are welcome.
Compass Oncology East
5050 NE Hoyt St.
This group welcomes primary brain tumor patients and caregivers/loved ones. Light refreshments are served. The general meeting format may include:
• A 30-minute presentation about the physical and emotional concerns that arise from a brain tumor diagnosis
• Time for sharing, questions and answers in a group setting
• Discuss ideas for topics at the next support meeting
HealthSouth Plano Rehabilitation Hospital
2800 W. 15th Street
Grey Matters North Texas Brain tumor support group, founded in 1998, is a non -profit charity organization under Section 501 (c) (3) of the IRS Code dedicated to providing emotional support to brain tumor survivors and their families & friends. Grey Matters’ goal is to help everyone comunicate easily with doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals, become more informed medical consumers and feel more comfortable with the medical environment in which they find themselves. Grey Matters supports research in the hope that this disease can be eliminated forever. Their meetings provide a forum for education, discussion and support for survivors & families.
Cancer Caring Center
4117 Liberty Ave
Offers a support group for malignant brain tumor patients/survivors, and their loved ones who are over 18 years of age. Registration is required by calling 412-622-1212.