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Support - Survivors CHI Health Bergan Mercy  
  This is a support, education and social group that meets on a monthly basis at community organizations and hospitals within the Alegent Creighton Health system. Call for more information.
Support - Brain CHI Health Immanuel  
  This brain cancer support group meets once a month to discuss issues important to people with brain cancer and to lend emotional support to one another. The event is for patients and one guest. Light snack will be available.
Support - Other CHI Health Immanuel Medical Center  
  This group is available for Alegent Health outpatients who are experiencing symptoms of cancer-related fatigue. Each one-hour meeting will feature an educational program presented by professional speakers, with time for discussion and support following the program. Information and demonstration related to exercise will be provided with the client ...
Support - Family and Caregiver Children's Hospital and Medical Center  
  This group serves children and adolescents with cancer, their siblings, and parents. They offer support to parents of children with cancer. A support group meets monthly at Children's Hospital, and one-on-one support is also available. Call for more information.
Counseling Services Community Counseling Services (Clinic)  
  Sliding scale cost counseling available for families and/or individuals. Call for appointments.
Support - Breast Creighton University Medical Center  
  Breast Cancer support that is held quarterly for anyone treated for breast cancer and one guest.
Support - Children Who Have a Family Member or Friend with Cancer Family Life Office  
  For children 5-16 experiencing the loss of a parent, the Family Life Office provides the "Who Am I Now?" group, which meets 6 separate evenings once a year every summer. Coping for children and teenagers ages 5-16 who are adjusting to changes in family life due to death, divorce or separation. Children/teens are placed in age appropriate groups ...
Respite Care HELP Adult Services  
  Respite Connection connects volunteers with family caregivers. Volunteers provide companionship for a family member while the family member takes a break. Volunteers spend 2-4 hours per week with the patient. There is no charge for this service. The Senior Companion Program is a program for people age 60 and over who are on a limited income. The ...
Support - Leukemia Leukemia and Lymphoma Society  
  The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society offers groups at several locations for patients and family members who have been touched by a blood cancer such as leukemia, Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphoma, myeloma and myelodysplastic syndromes. Call for more information.
Bereavement and Grief Services Leukemia and Lymphoma Society  
  The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's six session bereavement education and support group takes place annually, in the fall. It is open to anyone who is struggling with grief. Pre-registration required.



Resources with ACS Logo are provided by the American Cancer Society.