- Information support resources
- List of doctors involved in investigational treatment.
- Online Care Consultation
- Care for the caregiver
- Financial Assistance Resources
- Health Insurance Assistance Resources
- Reaching out for support
- Therapeutic recreation
St. Louis Support Groups- please see website for complete details
No Local Chapter
- Find a transplant center via directory online
- Peer Support Programs
- Talk to a survivor or family member
- Tips for family caregivers
- Help with finances/insurance
- Drug database
- Books and support publications – patient handbooks
- 3rd Thursdays monthly 6:30-8:30 pm.
A caring environment in which to learn about and discuss issues associated with brain cancer: memory, cognitive losses and challenges, communication, and the impact on family. Family and friends welcome. No prescreening required.
- Emotional Support Groups led by licensed therapist. Prescreening required to attend group. Appointment necessary.
This group meets the fourth Wednesday of each month from 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. This group provides education and support for women newly diagnosed and survivors of breast cancer, as well as their female family and friends.
- Counseling by Oncology Social Worker available by telephone
- Education Workshops
- Publications (order form) by type of cancer
- Financial Assistance – online
- Information for Healthcare Professionals
Free educational programs, support groups, separate groups for bereaved and caregivers, education workshops, and mind-body activities such as: yoga, relaxation, & visualization. Also provides vouchers towards the cost of medical supplies directly related to a cancer diagnosis through their Staenberg Family Cancer Services program. Nutritional supplements, incontinence and ostomy supplies, lymphedema sleeves, wigs, and DME such as walkers, shower chairs, etc. are additionally available. Patient needs a referral from a social worker, nurse, or physician; form available online.
1st Thursday of the month
Time 5:30-7:30 p.m.
A light dinner will be served.
To register Call 636-755-3056
- General and Specific Cancer Information
- Cancer Treatment Options
- Coping with Cancer
- Home Care & Hospice Options
- Community Resources
- Wellness Programs
- Cancer Prevention
- Lending Library
Online scheduler for meals, helpers, etc.
Hand-written card service – all occasions
Caregiver’s book list
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