Each SHARE support group is a low-pressure, empowering opportunity to exchange experiences, information, and care with women who understand what you're going through-- to hear and be heard. Research shows that women with a strong community of support have better health outcomes.
Our cancer support groups are led by trained peers who have been where you've been, and they cover a variety of different experiences and themes, so you can get the help that's right for you.
For women of all ages who have been newly diagnosed with breast cancer.
Ongoing groups for women recently diagnosed with breast cancer, those still undergoing treatment, and those who have completed treatment.
For women who have completed treatment for breast cancer, to navigate life after breast cancer.
For women diagnosed with DCIS, to understand treatment options and choose what's best for them.
Women who are currently taking or considering aromatase inhibitors or tamoxifen meet to discuss life on these medications and strategize ways to maintain quality of life.
For family, partners, or friends of women with breast or ovarian cancer.
Facilitated by an LCSW, this group is ideal for women who are unable to make it to an in-person support group.
This evening phone group is peer-facilitated and focuses on the uncertainties of life with metastatic disease.
Facilitated by a professional therapist as well as a peer living with advanced disease, this group explore practical tools and strategies to navigate daily living.