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Support Groups in Lebanon, NH

Various on-going support groups are available at our Lebanon, NH location. Many groups have a toll-free telephone option available to anyone in the region regardless of where they have received treatment. Contact the location where you receive your care to find out what offerings are available near you, or see our support group listings for Keene, Manchester, NH, and St. Johnsbury, VT.

Please contact cancersupport@hitchcock.org or (603) 650-7751 for more information.

Breast Cancer

  • BeFriend Peer Support Via Email and Phone: Peer support program for women with breast cancer. Support is provided over the phone, email, or one-on-one. For more information, call Ellen Curri at (603) 653-3513.
  • Thriving After Breast Cancer Telephone Group: Phone-based group provides support and education for women who are beyond their initial treatment. Open to anyone living in New England, regardless of where they have received treatment. Facilitated by Cynthia Cote, APRN. Meets in 8-week cycles. Participants must register in advance. See our Support Group Meetings listing for dates and times.
  • Metastatic Breast Cancer Support Group: Provides support and education for people with stage IV breast cancer. Facilitated by Ellen Curri. Toll-free conference call option. Participants must register in advance. See our Support Group Meetings listing for dates and times.

Caring for Someone with Cancer

Family and friends of patients with cancer may join us for support, stories, and helpful education tips. Open to anyone living in New England, regardless of where their loved ones have received treatment. Please call 603-650-7751 or email cancersupport@hitchcock.org to access the toll-free phone number for this group. Facilitated by Andrea Buccellato, Support Services Coordinator. See our Support Group Meetings listing for dates and times.

Gynecological Cancers

Phone-based group provides support and education for women with ovarian, cervical, endometrial, and fallopian cancers. Open to anyone living in New England, regardless of where they have received treatment. Facilitated by Kathleen J. Beltrami, RN via toll-free conference call phone line. Participants must register in advance. See our Support Group Meetings listing for dates and times.

Head and Neck Cancer

Offers support and education for patients, their families, and their friends. See our Support Group Meetings listing for dates and times.

Living with Cancer

Support and education for patients with any type of cancer at any stage, and their supporters. Open to anyone living in New England, regardless of where their loved ones have received treatment. You can call into this group from home. Call 603-650-7751 or email cancersupport@hitchcock.org to access the toll-free phone number for this group. Facilitated by Andrea Buccellato, Support Services Coordinator and Marv Klassen-Landis, M.A. See our Support Group Meetings listing for dates and times.

Lung Cancer

A group for patients with lung cancer or mesothelioma at any stage of treatment and beyond. Caregivers and supporters welcome. Toll-free conference call phone line is available. Please call 603-650-7751 or email cancersupport@hitchcock.org for more information. See our Support Group Meetings listing for dates and times.

Lymphoma, Leukemia, and Myeloma

For patients, family members, friends, and survivors of blood cancers. Co-sponsored by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Toll-free conference call line available. Participants must register in advance. See our Support Group Meetings listing for dates and times.

Melanoma

Phone-based group provides support and education for people in any stage of melanoma. Open to anyone living in New England, regardless of where they have received treatment. Facilitated by Deborah Steele, MA, Manager of Support Services Programming via toll-free conference call phone line. Participants must register in advance. See our Support Group Meetings listing for dates and times.

Prostate Support Alliance (PSA)

Education and support group for men and their supporters. Free monthly meetings. See our Support Group Meetings listing for topics, speakers, dates, and times.

Young Adult Cancer Survivors

Face-to-face and phone support group for people 18 to 40 years old with any stage or type of cancer who are actively in treatment or beyond. The challenges of cancer have unique aspects for people in this age group. This group provides an opportunity to meet people who understand your unique perspectives and concerns. Location alternates each month. See our Support Group Meetings listing for dates and times.

See additional resources for young adult cancer survivors.

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