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Peak Center Brain Tumor Support Group

Informative and supportive group that welcomes patients, family members, caregivers and health care professionals. Dinner is included. Parking is free.
We provide:
• A group atmosphere for discussion to help provide emotional support, and a forum where patients and caregivers can learn how other cancer patients and survivors cope with similar conditions.
• Resources to learn about the diagnosis of brain tumors, various treatments, clinical trials and other valuable information.
• General advice on facilities and organizations who specialize in patient care, assistance and special needs.
• Guest speakers and health care specialists who can answer questions, share coping methods and offer guidance to patients and caregivers.
• A support network with others who are living similar situations throughout treatment and recovery. This service also allows patients, survivors, caregivers and family members to support one another through the sharing of mutual experiences.

Lindy Suarez, LCSW
or Julie Baskin, RN
Email: lsuarez@houstonmethodist.org
Phone: 713-363-9300
or 713-441-1832

8100 Greenbriar St, Houston, Texas
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Peak Center Brain Tumor Support Group

8100 Greenbriar St, Houston, Texas

Informative and supportive group that welcomes patients, family members, caregivers and health care professionals. Dinner is included. Parking is free.
We provide:
• A group atmosphere for discussion to help provide emotional support, and a forum where patients and caregivers can learn how other cancer patients and survivors cope with similar conditions.
• Resources to learn about the diagnosis of brain tumors, various treatments, clinical trials and other valuable information.
• General advice on facilities and organizations who specialize in patient care, assistance and special needs.
• Guest speakers and health care specialists who can answer questions, share coping methods and offer guidance to patients and caregivers.
• A support network with others who are living similar situations throughout treatment and recovery. This service also allows patients, survivors, caregivers and family members to support one another through the sharing of mutual experiences.